27 January 2018

Head-To-Head: Bosnia & Herzegovina

Football Association of Bosnia & Herzegovina


Founded: 1992 (1920 as regional FA)
Home Venue: -
Main Colours: Blue
Confederation: UEFA (Europe)
Website: nfsbih.ba
Bosnia & Herzegovina
(BIH)
Kit
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Win Ratio %
Result Ratio %

Northern Ireland's Overall Record Against Bosnia & Herzegovina
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Home
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All
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Northern Ireland's Record Against Bosnia & Herzegovina by Competition
Type
P
W
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L
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A
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CS
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Pts %
W/L
WCQ
ECQ
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ENL
FR
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Northern Ireland's Results Against Iceland

No.

Date
Venue
Type
F
A
Result

1
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8/9/18
Windsor Park, Belfast
ENL
-
-
H-

2
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15/10/18
-
ENL
-
-
A-

See also:

26 January 2018

Head-to-Head: South Korea

Korea Football Association


Founded: 1928
Home Venue: Seoul World Cup Stadium
Main Colours: Red
Confederation: AFC (Asia)
Website: kfa.org
South Korea (KOR)
Kit
Played -
Won -
Drew -
Lost -
Win Ratio -%
Result Ratio -%

Northern Ireland's Overall Record Against South Korea
Type
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
CS
Win %
Pts %
W/L
Home
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-
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-
-
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Away
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All
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Northern Ireland's Record Against South Korea by Competition
Type
P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
CS
Win %
Pts %
W/L












FR
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All
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Northern Ireland's Results Against Switzerland

No.

Date
Venue
Type
F
A
Result

1
-
24/3/18
Windsor Park, Belfast
FR
-
-
H-

23 January 2018

UEFA Nations League 2018-19

The draw for the inaugural UEFA Nations League took place on 24th January 2018 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Northern Ireland were seeded in pot 3 of League B. The draw placed them in Group Three alongside Bosnia & Herzegovina and Austria.

This will be the first time that Northern Ireland have faced Bosnia & Herzegovina in a senior men's international.

Matches:
08/09/18 BIH H
12/10/18 AUT A
15/10/18 BIH A
18/11/18 AUT H

Successful teams have an additional opportunity to qualify for Euro 2020.



Links:
UEFA
BBC

7 January 2018

Bailey Peacock-Farrell

Name: Bailey Peacock-Farrell
Born: 29 October 1996, Darlington (England)
Height: 1.92 m / 6.03½ ft
Weight:
Position: Goalkeeper

Club Career
Middlesbrough .............. Youth
Leeds Utd 15/16- date ...-13 Youth
York City 17/18 ..... Oct-17 .Loan 4(0)/0

Biography:
English-born goalkeeper who made his professional debut for Leeds in a 1-1 draw with QPR on 5th April 2016.

Eligible for Northern Ireland through his grandparents, he was invited to a training camp held by Michael O'Neill in May 2017 and was then included as a late call-up for the senior squad for the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Czech Republic in September 2017.

Wikipedia

15 December 2017

Paul Straney

Name: Paul Straney
Born: 7 October 1975, Downpatrick
Died: December 2017 (age 42)
Height: 6.00 ft
Weight: 12.00 st
Position: Goalkeeper

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Under-18, Under-16, 6 Under-15 Caps (1991).
Club Honours: (with Cliftonville) Irish League Cup Winner 2003/04 ...

Club Career:
Clubs ...... --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- League
Glentoran.................. -89 ...... 0(0)/0
Glenavon................... -91 ...... 1(0)/0
Stoke City.............. Jun-93 ...... 0(0)/0
Glenavon................ Oct-94 ..... 15(0)/0
Telford Utd. 95/96 ..... Aug-95 Loan .10(0)/0
Newry Town.. 97/98 ..... Jul-97 Loan . 5(0)/0
Newry Town.. 98/99-00/01 c/s-98 ..... 20(1)/0
Cliftonville 01/02-05/06 Jun-01

Biography:
Paul Straney was a regular member of Northern Ireland's schools and youth squads prior to moving to Stoke City prior to his eighteenth birthday. Although he never made the first team while in hthe Potteries he remained in the thoughts of the Irish FA staff and was an unused substitute for the B international side as the faced England in May 1994. The following season he returned to the Irish League with Glenavon, but it was with Cliftonville, where he spent five seasons and played 179 matches that he is best known, with a League Cup win in 2003 the highlight.

Straney later acted as Cliftonville's goalkeeping coach during their successes under Tommy Breslin and at the time of his premature death was assistant manager at Kilmore Rec.

BBC

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