Tag: Roy Keane

O’Neill’s charm starting to wear thin

O’Neill’s charm starting to wear thin

| June 15, 2017

In the end it was another point gained, another tentative step towards our first finals in sixteen years. Our unbeaten record was preserved, our chances of topping the group and qualifying automatically, intact. But by Christ, it was a tough watch. I don’t normally envy those men forced to miss the football because of some […]

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Limerick people Keane to support guide dogs

Limerick people Keane to support guide dogs

| April 30, 2014

THE people of Limerick will get the opportunity to follow Roy Keane’s lead and support Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind this week. As part of the charity’s week-long Shades campaign, Irish Guide Dogs will have a presence at all Tesco stores in Limerick on Thursday May 1, in addition to street collections in Limerick […]

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Delaney seeking to bring Ireland games to Limerick

Delaney seeking to bring Ireland games to Limerick

| March 6, 2014

FOOTBALL Association of Ireland (FAI) chief executive John Delaney said that he is exploring the possibility of bringing Republic of Ireland underage international matches to Limerick. He was in the Treaty City this week to present tickets to parents and staff at the Bedford Row Family Project and declared his wish to hold international fixtures […]

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