Watch: Extraordinary New Footage Shows Irish Bench Erupting After James McClean Goal

Watch: Extraordinary New Footage Shows Irish Bench Erupting After James McClean Goal”

Is there any chance of an Irish El Clásico (or An-Clasaiceach as it would be known) and meet Northern Ireland in a winner takes all two-legger, a game in the north of the country and a game in the southern half.

"We might not be blessed with superstars like other nations, but we have got the togetherness and the willingness to get results, and that's what pulled us through".

Watch below to see Kieran Donaghy talk about his run-in with Aidan O'Shea in the All-Ireland semi final replay.

Monday's 1-0 loss to the Republic of Ireland wrecked Welsh dreams of a first World Cup since 1958.

Kenny Jackett has been made second favourite by the bookmakers to become next Wales manager. Their finish to the group was less than inspiring following a draw at home to Macedonia and then struggling to take care of Albania on their travels.

The results mean that Denmark can draw one of four countries next week.

However in Britain, as in parts of Ireland, McClean is one-dimensional, a divisive representative of a divided city.

Sure, we could have a long debate about the fact that Ireland let a dominant position in the group slip and in my opinion, unnecessarily.

When the key moment arrived for James McClean, he was able to keep his head but the Welsh response to his goal was the opposite.

And the bookies believe Jackett is a strong candidate for the Dragons job if Coleman departs from his post. I don't think we'd want to play Portugal and there are six others I'd rather not, too. Last night he lasted 90 significantly more taxing minutes in Cardiff and claimed he felt much fresher than the he did when leaving the Aviva Stadium pitch three days ago.

Croatia came in dead last and rightly so. When I was a young fella, hurlers like Wayne Sherlock, Fergal Ryan and the Brownes [Alan and John] were the people I looked up to.

"We'll be standing for the entire game, lads". It's great to see them back at the top again.

And Duffy, who had played just one game for the national team before that night, broke into the starting team against Italy at the Euro's, started and prematurely finished the second round tie against France, and then played in every game he was available for during the World Cup qualification campaign, including last night's Wales game in which he was awarded the man of the match.

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