Brunei DPMM striker Roy O’Donovan is in talks with SkyBet Championship side Birmingham City over a return to English football, with a deal expected to be concluded in the coming days.
Last season, Emma Salomonsson was par of the Irish brigade that saw Esilstuna United take the Swedish Elitettan by storm. Now at Jitex BK in the country’s top flight, she talks to The Emerald Exiles about her Irish heritage and last’s year memorable league win.
At the halfway point of our #TEE10 series, we catch up with Ottawa Fury captain Richie Ryan to talk Fury’s formative days, facing the New York Cosmos and why broadening horizons is a must for Irish players.
After a season beset by delayed paperwork and a distinctive language barrier, Louise Corrigan returns to Sevilla next month for the start of the Primera Division season. She sat down with The Emerald Exiles to talk life in Spain.
In the third installment of our #TEE10 series, APOEL Nicosia striker Cillian Sheridan spoke to The Emerald Exiles ahead of tonight’s crucial UEFA Champions League qualifier second leg in Cyprus.
With eight goals to her name in helping IL Sandviken’s Toppserien promotion push, Ruesha Littlejohn has settled seamlessly into life in Norway. Ahead of their cup clash with Diane Caldwell’s Avaldsnes, she tells The Emerald Exiles about the move, Ireland and whisper it, Twitter.
In the first of our exclusive #TEE10 interviews, Vard Haugesund’s Conor Powell tells The Emerald Exiles about the insecurity of the game in Ireland, leaving his comfort zone of home and his hopes for the future.
This August, The Emerald Exiles are bringing back our popular #TEE10 series, bringing you ten in-depth feature interviews in ten days, profiling a selection of Irish footballers dotted around the globe – everywhere from Nicosia to New South Wales, Seville to Sundsvall.
Albeit in a season interrupted by injury and personal woe, Shane McFaul helped St. Patricks Athletic to a league title last year. Now back in Finland, he tells The Emerald Exiles that promotion to the Veikkausliiga would represent his greatest achievement.
Now there’s a sentence you don’t hear every day. Roy O’Donovan and Joe Gamble helped Brunei DPMM to pick up the first silverware of the Singapore season today, beating Tanjong Pagar United in the final of the League Cup.
It’s been a busy summer transfer window for Irish players moving to, from and between foreign lands. Andy Keogh, Selcuk Tidim, Damien Duff, Jonny Steele and Stephanie Roche, to name but a few, have made moves to Australia, Germany and France. Here’s the full low-down.
Major League Soccer returns this weekend after a brief World Cup hiatus but attentions are starting to turn to August’s MLS All Star game against Bayern Munich, with three Irish stars vying for a place in the 23 man panel.
Having left Bundesliga 2 side Union Berlin last month after six years at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei, one time Republic of Ireland Under 21 defender Patrick Kohlmann has signed for 3 Liga’s Holstein Kiel.
Former Republic of Ireland international Damien Duff has signed for A League side Melbourne City on a one-year-deal, where he will play alongside Spanish striker David Villa for the first ten games of the 2014/15 season.
In Germany, Fiona O’Sullivan scored a hat-trick as SC Freiburg trounced Cloppenburg 7-2 on the Frauen Bundesliga’s final day while in Norway, in-form Ruesha Littlejohn’s five goals in ten games has helped keep Sandviken at the top of Norway’s second tier.