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17 November 2019
Evans believes Northern Ireland can be confident ahead of play-offs
Corry Evans believes Northern Ireland can approach next year’s Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs with confidence after going toe-to-toe with Holland on Saturday night.
7 September 2019
Germany and Holland pose huge challenge – but we have to believe, says O’Neill
Michael O’Neill has called on his players to draw on the experience of four years ago as they continue their push for qualification for Euro 2020.
4 September 2019
5 talking points ahead of Northern Ireland v Luxembourg
Northern Ireland face Luxembourg in a friendly at Windsor Park on Thursday.
20 March 2019
Northern Ireland boss O’Neill wants two ‘essential’ wins
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has told his players this week’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus are “essential” to their hopes of navigating a tough group.
18 March 2019
Northern Ireland midfielder Corry Evans doubtful for Estonia and Belarus clashes
Blackburn midfielder Corry Evans is Northern Ireland’s only injury worry as the squad assembled for their forthcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers.
18 November 2018
Northern Ireland 1 Austria 2: Last-gasp winner denies hosts maiden Nations League point
Valentino Lazaro scored a late winner for Austria to deny Northern Ireland a first Nations League point.
10 November 2017
Federer jokes Evans handball 'a clear penalty for Switzerland'
After Corry Evans conceded a penalty in a 1-0 loss for Northern Ireland against Switzerland, Roger Federer defended the decision.
10 November 2017
Corry Evans apologises after wife aims offensive tweet at referee
An offensive tweet was aimed at referee Ovidiu Hategan by Corry Evans' wife, and the Northern Ireland midfielder has now apologised.
9 November 2017
Northern Ireland 0 Switzerland 1: Penalty fury as Swiss claim slender advantage
Ricardo Rodriguez's second-half penalty gave Switzerland a 1-0 play-off lead and left Northern Ireland understandably aggrieved in Belfast.