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Why should Ireland be treated as a geographical fragment of England ... Ireland is not a geographical fragment, but a nation.

View quotes by Charles Stewart Parnell

I like Ireland because it means
View quotes by Harry Harrison

Jamaica - they're not Northern Ireland, are they?
View quotes by Andrea Catherwood

We can't afford to drop our heads like we did out there and like we did against Ireland when things go against us.
View quotes by Matt Williams

A disease in the family that is never mentioned (Of the troubles in Northern Ireland)
View quotes by William Trevor

I'm disrespectful towards authority. Like I think the prime minister of Ireland is a gobshite.
View quotes by Michael O'Leary

Dublin university contains the cream of Ireland: Rich and thick.
View quotes by Samuel Beckett

They will come for a victory and they will come to play football, not volleyball like Northern Ireland. [on England]
View quotes by Carlos Alberto

After that game I was as low as a snake's belly.
[on England's loss to Northern Ireland!]
View quotes by Rio Ferdinand

Everybody has always loved eating in Ireland and the family always gathered around the table - which was also where all the stories were told.
View quotes by Maeve Binchy

I hope that what happened in Northern Ireland will be repeated and at the end of the day he will be able to look back and say it was well worthwhile [on Tony Blair]
View quotes by Ian Paisley

Geographically, Ireland is a medium-sized rural island that is slowly but steadily being consumed by sheep.
View quotes by Dave Barry

The French selectors never do anything by halves; for the first international of the season against Ireland they dropped half the three-quarter line.
View quotes by Nigel Starmer-Smith

If the Austrian hadn't made such a fuss the referee would probably have only booked Damien. He is a small man of Ireland while the other guy is a tall man of Austria.
View quotes by Lawrie Sanchez

I am not of French extraction. Nor are my origins German. My father's forbears came from Northern Ireland, and my mother's family was Scottish.
View quotes by Paul Getty

I grew up in Ireland, and the ocean was never more than an arm's length away. As lovely as the mountains are and as friendly as the people of Utah are, I feel a bit landlocked here.
View quotes by Roma Downey

I believe that the Union Flag should change now to reflect the four nations of the United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales
View quotes by Ian Lucas

What is pretty plain to see is that Ireland do not deserve to be in the knockout stages. The truth is that they were dreadful in every game, they got their pants pulled down and they were spanked.
View quotes by Zinzan Brooke

[Horgan's try] allowed Ireland back into the game and I'm absolutely staggered by that [sour grapes after losing 3 games on the bounce in six nations 2006]
View quotes by Andy Robinson

Obviously it is disappointing to not be taking Northern Ireland to the European Championships. But having discussed this at length with the chairman and the board, I understand the importance of focusing solely on the task ahead
View quotes by Lawrie Sanchez



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