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Bournemouth's Eunan O'Kane gets first call-up to Ireland squad

Eunan O'Kane has earned his first call-up to Republic of Ireland.

Bournemouth midfielder Eunan O'Kane has earned a first senior call-up for Republic of Ireland for next month's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia.

The 25-year-old was one of three uncapped players -- Brentford's Alan Judge and Adam Rooney of Aberdeen are the others -- included when manager Martin O'Neill announced a provisional squad of 37 on Tuesday afternoon.

O'Kane's club teammate Harry Arter, who made his debut in the friendly draw with England in June, is included despite missing...

 By Kevin Palmer

Damien Duff returns to Ireland to sign with Shamrock Rovers

Damien Duff has returned to Ireland after a spell in Australia with Melbourne City.

Former Chelsea winger Damien Duff has completed the final move of his career after he returned to his Irish homeland to sign for League of Ireland side Shamrock Rovers.

Duff was a key player in the dynamic Chelsea side who won two Premier League titles during Jose Mourinho's first spell as the club's manager, and he went on to play for Newcastle and Fulham before having a spell in Australian soccer with Melbourne City.

The 36-year-old Dubliner has long expressed a desire to play out the final days...

 By Kevin Palmer

Leicester now targeting Ireland coach Martin O'Neill - sources

Leicester City are considering making an approach to recruit Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

Football Association of Ireland chiefs are now braced for advances from Leicester to assess the availability of their 63-year-old tactician after betting  was suspended on O'Neill making a return to the club he managed between 1995 and 2000 on Friday morning.

The Leicester Mercury -- a newspaper with good connections at the club -- are reporting that O'Neill...

 By PA Sport

FAI takes legal advice over claim Ireland were paid not to injure Messi

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says FIFA's payment to Ireland over the Thierry Henry handball is "unbelievable" and "extraordinary."

Irish football chiefs are taking legal advice over an Argentine newspaper column claiming that Republic of Ireland players were paid $10,000 each to avoid tackling Argentina star Lionel Messi during a 2010 friendly.

The Football Association of Ireland has described the allegation, made in a column in Argentine daily La Nacion, as "baseless" and has vowed to take the matter further.

Lionel Messi was part of the Argentina side that beat Ireland 1-0 in a 2010 friendly at the Aviva Stadium.

Argentina travelled to Dublin in August 2010 to play Ireland in a friendly to officially open the new Aviva Stadium...

 By PA Sport

Roy Keane found not guilty after road-rage with taxi driver trial

Roy Keane left Aston Villa in November.

Ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane has been cleared of aggressively confronting a taxi driver in an alleged road-rage row.

Keane, 43, denied the public order offence after cabbie Fateh Kerar, 44, had told him to "cheer up" and smile.

The Old Trafford legend gave evidence from the witness box himself and after a half-day trial at Manchester Magistrates' Court he was cleared of the offence.

District Judge Duncan Birrell said there was something of the "thwarted fan" about Mr Kerar and Keane's...