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Jeff Hendrick delighted to score first Burnley goal vs. Watford

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has expressed his delight at his team's 'complete' performance against Watford.

Burnley's Jeff Hendrick has set his sights on becoming a regular goal scorer after opening his international and Premier League accounts in the space of three weeks.

Hendrick found the net just twice last season, but was still influential enough in the Derby midfield to persuade Sean Dyche to spend a club record £10.5 million to bring him to Burnley.

The midfielder has now matched that tally in September alone, having scored his first Republic of Ireland goal against Serbia and headed home...

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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane sign new Republic of Ireland contracts

Martin O'Neill became Republic of Ireland manager in 2013.

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill and assistant Roy Keane have signed new contracts until the end of the 2018 World Cup.

O'Neill, who led Ireland to the round of 16 at Euro 2016, confirmed the deal at a news conference to announce his squad for the World Cup qualifying games against Georgia and Moldova in October.

Ireland are drawn alongside Wales, Austria, Serbia, Georgia and Moldova in Group D and began their campaign with a 2-2 draw in Serbia.

"I have signed a new deal," O'Neill said....

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UEFA honours Wales, Iceland fans among best Euro 2016 supporters

Iceland fans saw their team reach the last eight in France.

UEFA has honoured the fans of Wales, Iceland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland for their contributions to and behaviour during Euro 2016.

European football's governing body commended the four nations' supporters for the way in which they backed their teams.

Wales fans, who cheered their team all the way to the semifinals, were praised by captain Gareth Bale as a "red wall."

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Martin O'Neill hails resilient Ireland after fight back to earn draw

A late goal from Daryl Murphy, his first goal with the national team, helped Ireland earn a 2-2 draw against Serbia.
The Republic of Ireland snatched a late draw from Serbia on Monday.
Republic of Ireland fought back to salvage a point from their trip to Belgrade on Monday.

Martin O'Neill was once again left to marvel at the Republic of Ireland's resilience as they came from behind in Serbia to open their World Cup qualifying account with a hard-earned point.

Substitute Daryl Murphy's 80th-minute header meant the Republic left the Rajko Mitic Stadium with a 2-2 draw on a night when their fortunes soared, then dipped before ultimately turning once again.

Jeff Hendrick fired Ireland into a third-minute lead, but Filip Kostic's equaliser and Dusan Tadic's penalty looked...

Daryl Murphy goal hands Republic of Ireland late draw vs. Serbia

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A late goal from Daryl Murphy, his first goal with the national team, helped Ireland earn a 2-2 draw against Serbia.

Daryl Murphy chose the perfect moment to end his wait for a first Republic of Ireland goal when he came off the bench to snatch a 2-2 World Cup qualifier draw in Serbia.

Murphy's 80th-minute contribution to an eventful contest at the Rajko Mitic Stadium handed Ireland a positive start to their Group D campaign on a night when they never hit the heights they scaled at their best in France this summer.

But as they always do, they kept going until the death and once again, emerged with something to...