A trip to sunny Gibraltar and a home game in the Aviva Stadium against Georgia was exactly what Mick McCarthy would have wanted to start his qualification campaign for the 2020 European Championships. It was an early opportunity to get six points on the board and get a bit of momentum going. Momentum was something the new...
This weekend Mick McCarthy starts his second spell as Republic of Ireland manager. It is also the start of qualifying for the 2020 European Championships and the first game up for the Irish is away to Gibraltar, a game from which they are expected to pick up all three points. It will be Mick,s first chance to...

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