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Republic of Ireland - National Team - Book Selection

At The Football Ground we are constantly researching and writing about football history that has already been made, as well as searching for links to breaking football news.

We have put this soccer book selection together to cover the history of the Republic of Ireland National Football Team

This process includes finding and reviewing relevant soccer books which are available through amazon as both hard-copy and/or Kindle items. By clicking through to items via this website - available to all users for free - The Football Ground earns a small royalty to support its research programme. At the same The Football Ground accepts no responsibility for any external transactions between users of this site and any or all third-parties.

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Republic of Ireland - National Team: A Selection of Books available on amazon

Title: The Republic of Ireland: International Football Facts

Author: Dean Hayes

Published: October, 2008

Title: The Irish Soccer Split

Author: Cormac Moore

Published: September, 2015

Title: The Road to 1958

Author: Paul Peters

Published: March, 2016

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