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Republic of Ireland

 By PA Sport

Robbie Keane says he will stop playing 'when literally I can hardly walk'

Robbie Keane says he still has things to achieve with Republic of Ireland before he retires.

Robbie Keane is certain he still has international goals to score as he approaches the twilight of his glittering career.

The 34-year-old LA Galaxy striker will hope to win his 139th senior cap for the Republic of Ireland in Sunday night's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

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It is 17 years since the then teenager first pulled on the green jersey he has worn with such pride ever since but despite having swapped the intensity of the Premier League for the emerging MLS, he is convinced there are more...

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Darron Gibson ruled out of Republic of Ireland Euro 2016 qualifier vs. Poland

Darron Gibson has not played for Ireland since before the European Championship last year.
Darron Gibson plies his domestic trade at Everton, where he has made nine Premier League appearances this season.

Everton midfielder Darron Gibson is out of Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Sunday.

Gibson has been unable to train since joining up with the squad in Malahide because of a groin problem, and was withdrawn on Wednesday afternoon.

A Football Association of Ireland spokesman said: "The Football Association of Ireland today confirmed that Darron Gibson has withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad to face Poland on March 29 due a persistent groin injury.

"Darron will return...

 By Ian Holyman

Raymond Domenech hopeful of managing a national team again

Domenech led France to the 2006 World Cup final
Raymond Domenech has been working as a media pundit since leaving the France job.

Former France coach Raymond Domenech has told L'Equipe he will return to football as the head of a national team and has reiterated his admiration for Republic of Ireland.

Domenech has been working as a media pundit since leaving the France job following the disastrous 2010 World Cup.

Having steered Les Bleus to the 2006 World Cup final -- losing on penalties to Italy -- his reputation was badly tarnished by events four years later in South Africa, where the entire squad went on strike following...