Irish Soccer's Split Identity In The Age of Brexit
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It is commonly understood that the last time a so-called All-Ireland Association Football (soccer) team took to the field was the famous "Shamrock Rovers XI" versus Brazil tie in Landsdowne Road in July 1973. Though this is true in a strict sense, we do not need to go much further back in time to see the last time players representing both associations were officially sanctioned to play alongside each other.
Vaughan, C. & O'Hara, M. (2019). Irish Soccer's Split Identity In The Age of Brexit. RTE Brainstorm, Updated / Tuesday, 21 May 2019 12:30. doi:10.21427/d0q5-a715