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Past articles by Steven:

IFA stand firm on Windsor Park tickets for potential all-Ireland Euro 2020 showdown

Irish Football Association chiefs have no intention of giving up any tickets set aside for Northern Ireland supporters in a potential Euro 2020 play-off final at Windsor Park next year, → Read More

Linfield aiming to bank £1m Euro windfall

Linfield will enter tonight's Europa League clash with HB Torshavn in the Faroe Islands (4.45pm) knowing a near £1m windfall is on the line. → Read More

Boss Gary Smyth forced out as Glentoran investors move in

Gary Smyth has revealed that he has been told by Glentoran that his last game as manager of the club will be against Cliftonville on Saturday. → Read More

New Year Honours: Football hero Harry Gregg in tribute to family after second royal award

Northern Ireland and Manchester United legend Harry Gregg has paid a warm tribute to wife Carolyn and his family after being awarded an OBE for services to football. → Read More

Our Sporting Lives with Tommy Cassidy: George Best brought a Miss World back to our hotel room

Tommy Cassidy last played for Newcastle United in 1980. All these years on he is still revered by the Toon Army. Burnley fans respect him from his time at Turf Moor and he's loved in Cy → Read More

Linfield boss Healy backs Roy Carroll after handshake storm

Linfield manager David Healy has insisted that he is backing Roy Carroll → Read More

Neil Lennon returns to help pal's mental health charity for young players

Neil Lennon returned to his home town of Lurgan last night to promote mental health awareness. → Read More

O'Neill wants Evans deal done in three-club race against clock

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is hopeful that the transfer saga surrounding key defender Jonny Evans is resolved one way or another before his squad jets out to San Marino to → Read More

O'Neill: We will thrive under the weight of expectation

Michael O'Neill is confident his Northern Ireland players can handle the great expectations of the Green and White Army in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and the C → Read More

Celtic captain Brown helping Tyrone football team after storm

Former Northern Ireland star Ivan Sproule has revealed that Celtic captain Scott Brown is among those helping the fundraising drive at Ardstraw after the Tyrone club was devastated by l → Read More

Celtic v Linfield: True Blue fans will put idiots to shame at Parkhead, says Healy

David Healy has called on Linfield fans to behave impeccably at Parkhead against Celtic tonight and show the world what true Blues supporters are really like. → Read More

Linfield v Celtic: Hoops will feel heat in Windsor cauldron, warns Lafferty

Northern Ireland hero Kyle Lafferty is convinced that the Windsor Park atmosphere will be 'tough' for the Celtic players to deal with when they take on Linfield in the Champions League. → Read More

Versatility giving Northern Ireland an edge in World Cup bid, says Jonny Evans

Northern Ireland star Jonny Evans believes that the team's flexibility with formations can prove a defining factor in the quest to make it to next year's World Cup finals. → Read More

Kieth Gillespie: Clubs will be lining up for Northern Ireland boss O'Neill after World Cup

Northern Ireland great Keith Gillespie is convinced that manager Michael O'Neill will enter club management in the future, but hopefully only after he has created history and qualified → Read More

Gareth McAuley determined to reach Russia and prove Euros were no one-off

Gareth McAuley has revealed that a fierce determination to show that Northern Ireland's qualification for the Euro 2016 finals was not a fluke is spurring the team on in the World Cup c → Read More

Irish Cup Final: Harry Gregg all smiles as Foundation paves way to success

Northern Ireland and Manchester United legend Harry Gregg has spoken of his 'immense pride' that the Foundation set up in his name will be taking 130 children to Saturday's Irish Cup fi → Read More

Irish Cup Final: Tolan hopes Bannsiders will have a new hero to worship

Jody Tolan is proud to be the last Coleraine player to score a winning goal in an Irish Cup final, but the former Bannsiders striker is hoping that his record no longer stands after Sat → Read More

Michael O'Neill urged to guide Northern Ireland to World Cup before club switch

Former Northern Ireland manager Bryan Hamilton has urged current boss Michael O'Neill not to dive into any decisions after being targeted by Norwich City, insisting that plenty more clu → Read More

Coleraine's Cup triumph helped Gareth McAuley force his way to very top

Gareth McAuley has enjoyed an outstanding career. From scoring for Northern Ireland in Euro 2016 to shackling the world's top strikers while playing for West Bromwich Albion, the 37-yea → Read More

Norwich open talks to secure Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has become a top target for Norwich City in their search for a new manager. → Read More