City’s win over West Ham could see them now claim second place in the league, says Niall Quinn.
Cheikhou Kouyate's elbow on David Silva was intentional and should have been a red, say the Super Sunday panel.
Niall Quinn and Gary Neville pick apart Man City's derby defeat, insisting they need to remove "weeds from the garden".
Niall Quinn has urged Sunderland owner Ellis Short to give Dick Advocaat the manager's job long term.
Manuel Pellegrini's tactics against Barcelona and Liverpool have damaged his reputation, says Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn insists Chelsea have sent out a strong message to Manchester City ahead of Super Sunday.
Niall Quinn believes Liverpool can ill afford to put out a weakened side and lose to Bournemouth in the Capital One Cup.
Niall Quinn believes victory over Barcelona would be a ‘watershed’ moment for Manchester City in the Champions League last 16.
Niall Quinn says Robin van Persie and Manchester United are re-emerging as a Premier League force.
John O'Shea grabbed the crucial goal in Germany but was already a vital Ireland player, says Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn says that Ireland need to keep their feet on the ground after beating Gibraltar 7-0 on Saturday night.
Champions are in business again after dogged win, says Sky Sports pundit
Diego Costa has made life easier for Chelsea with his goalscoring, Niall Quinn says
Aiden McGeady had his finest international moment with brilliant late winner in Georgia, said Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn says Radamel Falcao will force Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie to raise their game at United.
Niall Quinn backed Alexis Sanchez to fill the goalscoring void left by the injured Olvier Giroud at Arsenal.
Steve Bruce’s summer acquisitions will boost Hull - and their own careers – says Niall Quinn.
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Niall Quinn has played at the World Cup for Republic of Ireland and tells us why he loves the event.
Manchester City's FFP punishments can give team the 'resolve' to do well in Europe, says Niall Quinn.