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Wednesday, 19 June, 2002, 07:40 GMT 08:40 UK
REP OF IRELAND


An estimated 100,000 people greeted the Irish team at Dublin's Phoenix Park Heroes' welcome for Irish
Ireland's World Cup squad is greeted by around 100,000 people at a homecoming party in Dublin.
Keane refused to apologise to manager Mick McCarthy after their bust-up. No Irish future for Keane
Roy Keane has played his last game for the Republic of Ireland, according to reports.
Irish striker Robbie Keane (green and white) in action against Spain Irish fans demand parade
Republic of Ireland fans are piling pressure on the government to allow their heroes to parade through Dublin.
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  P GD PTS
GERMANY 3 +10 7
IRELAND 3 +3 5
CAMEROON 3 -1 4
SAUDI ARABIA 3 -12 0

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REP OF IRELAND FEATURES
BBC Sport's Mark LawrensonPride in defeat
David O'Leary and Mark Lawrenson say Ireland deserve great credit for their performance against Spain.
Mick McCarthy applauds the support of the Irish fans.Ireland's glorious exit
BBC Sport Online's Lyle Jackson reflects on the Republic's cruel exit from the World Cup.
Matt Holland is left distraught after Ireland's penalty defeatSpain v Rep of Ireland photos
Pictures from Suwon as Ireland suffer penalty agony against Spain losing the shoot-out 3-2.
Ireland player ratings
Irish move on to Korea
Graphic goal: Breen's smart finish
Saudi Arabia v Rep of Ireland photos
Ireland player ratings
It's a family affair
No room on bus for Keane
Irish hungover but happy
Ireland get scant reward
Graphic goal: Keane's late stunner
Robbie is the main man
Irish fans out in force
Holland adds gloss
Lawro's Ireland view
Graphic goal: Ireland secure draw
13 not out for reporter
Keane v McCarthy: blow-by-blow
Case for and against Keane
Ireland's road to the finals
Showing respect for Ireland's icons
Ireland walk tall in defeat
Ireland have enjoyed plenty of World Cup highs and lows, and Niall Quinn has been at the centre of it all.
Ireland's rising stars
BBC Sport Online looks at the Irish players who enhanced their reputations at the World Cup and are set for big-money moves.
McCarthy sticks with Irish
Mick McCarthy is to stay on as Republic of Ireland manager for another two years.
Charlton knocks spot kicks
A disappointed former Republic of Ireland boss Jack Charlton is critical of the quality of penalty kicks.
Veteran duo bow out
Steve Staunton and Niall Quinn call time on their international careers after Ireland's defeat by Spain.
Spain break Irish hearts
Ireland go out of the World Cup on penalties after battling bravely to a 1-1 draw with Spain.


















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