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# lansdowne-rd - Saturday 29 December, 2012

Remember these? The 17 iconic moments that defined Euro 2012

It seems like a lifetime ago now.. but relive the madness with this collection of images.

# lansdowne-rd - Saturday 15 December, 2012

Shane Byrne ‘not nervous at all’ as Leinster stand on the brink

The former Ireland hooker believes Joe Schmidt will be looking ‘to win at all costs’ today.

# lansdowne-rd - Sunday 25 November, 2012

Trojan effort gives unbeaten Notre Dame a fighting title shot

Their season began in Dublin but will conclude with a BCS championship game in Miami, Florida.

# lansdowne-rd - Saturday 24 November, 2012

3 things we learned from Ireland’s trouncing of Argentina

Did anybody see a 46-24 win coming? Time to work out how to replicate it.

As it happened: Ireland v Argentina, November Tests

We were live from the Aviva Stadium as Ireland hoped to kick-start the international season as the Pumas ended theirs.

November tests: Sexton backs ‘terrifying’ winger Gilroy to jolt Argentina

The out-half has declared himself fully fit and ready to visit another Aviva defeat on the Pumas.

Devil in the detail: Ireland up against new look Pumas this afternoon

Argentina have no trouble scoring tries these days after stepping up to meet improved opposition.

# lansdowne-rd - Friday 23 November, 2012

Argentina make 4 changes to starting XV ahead of Ireland clash

Pumas’ flanker Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe will captain the side at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow.

Kidney striving to shake Argentina loose and claim rankings boost

The two sides have identical results over their past 10 games and are separated by a solitary ranking point.

‘I don’t feel it’: Leguizamon driven by Puma pride, not green eyes

“We know that we failed against France.” says the back row hoping to atone this weekend.

Don’t touch that dial… here’s the sport on TV this weekend

The Argies are in town, Chelsea v Man City and plenty more besides. Who needs friends?

Old friends: 5 games that define Ireland’s rivalry with Argentina Bad Blood This post contains videos

Old friends: 5 games that define Ireland’s rivalry with Argentina

Even if the rugby hasn’t always been top drawer, these battles are never anything short of fascinating.

Heaslip cracks it – Play Argentina for 80 minutes or we won’t come close

The Irish captain may be on to something here.

# lansdowne-rd - Thursday 22 November, 2012

Computer says yes: Declan Kidney reckons Pumas will check out new guy Gilroy online

There won’t be any surprises for Argentina this weekend.

Ayerza hoping to end landmark year on high

The Leicester prop is confident that a decent Argentinian performance this week, will bring a first ever win in Dublin.

# lansdowne-rd - Wednesday 21 November, 2012

November tests: The only way is up for Foley

The Ireland forwards coach has personal experience of grinding out victories over Argentina.

Due south: Carizza happy to wander for ‘club’ Argentina

After seven years in France, the second row has had to pack his bags to continue playing for the Pumas.

The Morning Score: Wednesday

All you need to know this morning including how to execute bad sportsmanship.

# lansdowne-rd - Tuesday 20 November, 2012

‘I’m sure we’re going to hop off each other at the weekend’ – Keith Earls

Replacing the world-class Brian O’Driscoll may prove impossible but a starring role against Argentina won’t go astray.

November tests: Sexton misses training but back row set to stay intact

The Irish out-half may not train until Thursday morning.

In pictures: Ireland’s rugby squad train ahead of Argentina clash IreArg This post contains images

In pictures: Ireland’s rugby squad train ahead of Argentina clash

Declan Kidney ran the rule over his side at the team’s base in Carton House, Co Kildare earlier.

# lansdowne-rd - Thursday 15 November, 2012

Trapattoni on Seamus Coleman: ‘He’s fantastic’

The Italian was also very impressed by Wes Hoolahan who earned his second international cap at Lansdowne Road.

# lansdowne-rd - Wednesday 14 November, 2012

As it happened: Ireland v Greece, international friendly

Please leave all your ‘group of debt’ jokes at the door.

# lansdowne-rd - Monday 12 November, 2012

Boks’ ‘Beast’ Mtawarira quits South Africa tour after heart scare in Dublin

South Africa doctors say the prop has an irregular heart rhythm as a result of an hereditary condition.

# lansdowne-rd - Saturday 10 November, 2012

Declan Kidney: We’ll take positives from Springboks defeat

The Ireland coach insists his new-look side will learn from today’s first November International.

# lansdowne-rd - Tuesday 6 November, 2012

Fit-again Shane Long called up by Trapattoni for Greece game

The West Brom striker was initially left out of the provisional squad for the Aviva Stadium friendly.

# lansdowne-rd - Thursday 1 November, 2012

Pulis hopeful Marc Wilson can get back quicker than expected

The Ireland defender is facing up to three months on the sidelines. A little less if the Stoke boss gets his way.

# lansdowne-rd - Sunday 21 October, 2012

15 reasons to be cheerful about Trap staying on as Ireland manager Optimism This post contains videos

15 reasons to be cheerful about Trap staying on as Ireland manager

The Italian coach is here to stay, whether Irish fans like it or not.

# lansdowne-rd - Saturday 20 October, 2012

Brazil 2014: German defenders are over-rated, says Matthaeus

Today, Germany coach Joachim Loew cancelled an appointment to appear on German television this evening, because of a fever.

John Delaney backs Trap again and insists he wasn’t FAI newspaper source FAI

John Delaney backs Trap again and insists he wasn’t FAI newspaper source

The Italian will be in East Anglia today to run the rule over the Irish in action for Norwich against Arsenal.

# lansdowne-rd - Friday 19 October, 2012

The Morning Score: Friday

Hang on in there… it’s almost the weekend.

# lansdowne-rd - Thursday 18 October, 2012

Eamon Dunphy: Irish football bosses made a mistake on Trap decision

The FAI announced last night that the Italian manager had their backing.

The Morning Score: Thursday

Trap avoids the sack, Punchestown to go ahead and the day of reckoning for Lance Armstrong.

5 changes Giovanni Trapattoni must now make as Ireland manager

Trapattoni must interpret last night’s events a warning that he must deviate from his stubborn ways, writes Paul Fennessy.

# lansdowne-rd - Wednesday 17 October, 2012

Here’s how Twitter reacted to Giovanni Trapattoni staying on as Ireland boss Twittersphere This post contains images

Here’s how Twitter reacted to Giovanni Trapattoni staying on as Ireland boss

Trapattoni survives for now, and many of the Twitterati were far from impressed.

Poll: Have the FAI made the right decision in keeping Trap as manager? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have the FAI made the right decision in keeping Trap as manager?

It has been confirmed that Trapattoni will stay on as Ireland manager. What do you think of this development?

Update: FAI give Trapattoni vote of confidence

The Ireland manager has come under pressure since the team’s 6-1 loss to Germany at the weekend.

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