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Green army

# green-army - Sunday 30 June, 2013

From The ancient Celts: More Europe-wide than you would think Green Army

The ancient Celts: More Europe-wide than you would think

Map shows spread of Celtic tribes encompassed all of Europe – and beyond.

# green-army - Monday 22 October, 2012

Irish Eye: Hoolahan makes Trap’s trip worthwhile

The Norwich playmaker excelled in front of the Ireland boss at Carrow Road over the weekend.

# green-army - Tuesday 16 October, 2012

From Column: Irish fans sing because it brings unity, and what else do we have? Opinion

Column: Irish fans sing because it brings unity, and what else do we have?

The history of public singing in Ireland suggests it emerges as a response to troubled times, writes Denis Buckley.

# green-army - Tuesday 14 August, 2012

Tributes from football legends, teammates and Green Army flood in for retiring Given

Sean St Ledger was gutted to hear of the Donegal man’s retirement and called him ‘an unbelievable goalkeeper’.

# green-army - Saturday 23 June, 2012

As it happened: Ireland v New Zealand, Third Test

It was the last-chance saloon for Declan Kidney’s side on their summer tour. Could they find that extra push to beat the All Blacks?

# green-army - Friday 22 June, 2012

Preview: Another glorious chance to make Irish rugby history awaits

It will be by no means a simple task but the All Blacks are shorn of the services of Dan Carter, their first-choice wingers and two-thirds of their back row.

Summer Tour Diary: Next time this guy is back, he will be a tourist … or a coach

Seven tours to New Zealand and not many wins to speak of but Brian O’Driscoll can sign off in style by conquering the All Blacks.

# green-army - Saturday 16 June, 2012

As it happened: New Zealand v Ireland, Second Test

Rugby League Park in Christchurch was the setting for what could be a punishing affair for the Irish unless they could up their game significantly.

# green-army - Friday 8 June, 2012

From 20,000 Irish fans to travel from Dublin Airport for Euro 2012 Green Army

20,000 Irish fans to travel from Dublin Airport for Euro 2012

Travelling to Poland this weekend? Here’s Dublin Airport’s tips to know before you set out…

# green-army - Wednesday 30 May, 2012

‘Football is a cruel sport sometimes’ says grateful McShane after call-up

The Hull City defender was conscious that his fortune meant disappointment for his friend, Kevin Foley.

Foley feels ‘betrayed’ after axing from Euro 2012 squad

The Wolves defender insists he was fit to play against Bosnia but was told to rest until he reached the training camp in Italy.

# green-army - Tuesday 29 May, 2012

Sunshine, a love of football and excellent facilities – some of the other reasons why Ireland went training in Italy

I’ll see your Miss Italy Stefania Bivoni and I’ll raise you a John Delaney.

# green-army - Thursday 3 May, 2012

Ever-present Ward sees Euros as perfect remedy for relegation

The Wolves defender also admits he is nervous about Monday’s squad announcement.

# green-army - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

UEFA optimistic about the availability of Euro 2012 tickets

A spokesperson for the European football governing body was in Dublin yesterday to launch a new premium package.

# green-army - Monday 26 March, 2012

Irish Eye: Rs downed by the James McClean Show

The Derry winger was back to his best at the Stadium of Light over the weekend.

# green-army - Friday 9 March, 2012

Should he stay or should he go: Trap still weighing up McClean’s inclusion

The Ireland boss wasn’t ruling out bringing the Sunderland winger to Poland when asked during a trip to Warsaw.

# green-army - Monday 5 March, 2012

Irish Eye: Who’s got Trap’s number? Neil Lennon is looking to make a call

Celtic’s boss wants a quick chat about Anthony Stokes, who scored his 19th goal of the season over the weekend.

# green-army - Wednesday 29 February, 2012

Ireland v Czech Republic: Seven past meetings

Check out how all the previous encounters between this evening’s opponents went down.

# green-army - Monday 27 February, 2012

Squad update: Kelly and Westwood ruled out

The pair won’t be involved in Wednesday’s friendly with the Czech Republic at Lansdowne Road because of injury, while Kevin Doyle and Keith Fahey sat out training today.

Irish Eye: Ian Harte’s still got it

The Reading defender’s 25-yard free-kick was the pick of the bunch this weekend.

# green-army - Monday 20 February, 2012

Irish Eye: St Ledger on target as Foxes progress to FA Cup quarters

The Leicester defender’s header sends Norwich packing, a familiar face is on the scoresheet for Celtic and a former Airtricity League striker opens his account in League One.

# green-army - Monday 13 February, 2012

Irish Eye: Debut goal for Andrews in Black Country derby

The midfielder came off the bench to score against his former club, while two wingers who didn’t make Trap’s squad were on target again this weekend.

# green-army - Tuesday 11 October, 2011

The Happy Camper: home thoughts from abroad

As they point it towards the airport, our man in the van recalls the many Irish friends they’ve made along the road.