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Kenny Cunningham and Kevin Doyle clash over Qatar penalty shout

Kenny Cunningham and Kevin Doyle clashed as the two former Ireland internationals had completely differing opinions on a Qatar penalty shout. Senegal ran out as comfortable 3-1 winners against Qatar to all but knock the hosts out of their own World Cup during the group stages, although the diminutive Arab nation could easily have taken the lead in the first half.
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Kevin Doyle compares Darwin Nunez to former Ireland striker

An interesting comparison to make. Kevin Doyle has compared Darwin Nunez to former Ireland striker Shane Long, following his World Cup debut on Thursday morning. Nunez started in a 0-0 draw against South Korea, and went close to winning the game for his country with a fine effort in the second-half.
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'In The Wake Of The Mayflower' Is New Book From Karen Rinaldo And Kevin Doyle

The Falmouth Art Center’s book club will hold a talk on Zoom on the new book about the Mayflower and Wampanoag peoples by Falmouth residents Karen Rinaldo and Kevin Doyle. The talk by Ms. Rinaldo and Mr. Doyle is scheduled for Thursday, November 10, at 4 PM on Zoom. The talk is free and open to the public. To receive the Zoom link, send an email to

Kevin Doyle explains where it went wrong for Ireland under Giovanni Trapattoni

It was a disappointing end to Trapattoni’s reign. Former Ireland international Kevin Doyle has detailed how Giovanni Trapattoni‘s rein as Irish boss came to a close at the end of the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Doyle was a mainstay during the Italian’s tenure in charge of the...

Kevin Doyle dispels Ireland myth under Giovanni Trapattoni

An interesting tale has been rubbished. Former Ireland international Kevin Doyle has rubbished the ‘myth’ surrounding Ireland’s heartbreaking World Cup play-off defeat to France in 2009 in Paris. Ireland brought the second-leg of the tie in Paris to extra-time, before Thierry Henry outraged an entire nation with...

What Kevin Doyle Found Fascinating About Filming Downton Abbey: A New Era

If I haven't made it clear in my other articles surrounding the release of "Downton Abbey: A New Era," then allow me to repeat myself in saying that Kevin Doyle's Mr. Molesley is my favorite character of the series, second only to Dame Maggie Smith's Dowager Countess. While most of the characters on "Downton Abbey" have their likable qualities, Mr. Molesley has consistently proved to be a huge source of the series' heart. He's a big goofball who may fumble over himself trying to impress the Crawleys, but that's what makes him so lovable. Mr. Molesley's admiration toward lady maid Phyllis Baxter (Raquel Cassidy) in the later seasons is a prime example of how much of a kindhearted gentleman he can be.

Kevin Doyle Knows He ‘Won the Lottery’ With Downton Abbey: A New Era

Even within the societal constraints of the era, Downton Abbey’s Joseph Molesley (played by Kevin Doyle) has always wanted more. A peripheral “downstairs” character since the series premiered in 2010, he has transformed from a sad sap of a butler to a goofier sap of a footman to an assured schoolteacher with a knack for encouraging reason and curiosity. (But also getting drunk at a ball if the situation calls for it.) And finally, Molesley is rewarded. He deserves it! In Downton Abbey: A New Era, his scriptwriting aptitude draws the attention of a visiting Hollywood director, who offers him a cushy gig to keep adapting plays into films. It’s the only time Molesley has been presented with an offer of a decent and prosperous life, and he grabs onto it immediately, taking the big payday and proposing to Baxter, the lady’s maid he’s slowly pursued for years. “How should a man feel,” he tells her, “if all of his dreams have come true?” You get the sense at the end of A New Era that Molesley might become the most important character out of all of them.

‘Downton Abbey’ star Kevin Doyle stands up for ‘sad’ character: ‘He has a pair!’

Kevin Doyle is quite protective of his “Downton Abbey” character, valet/footman Joseph Molesley. When The Post suggested that Molesley could be a tad tepid and perhaps “grow a pair,” Doyle took issue. “I disagree with that, actually,” he said in a recent interview. “I know some people sort of think that way about him but I think he’s got a really beautiful spirit about him. The thing about him is that he has been thwarted a lot in his life. “He’s had a lot of sadness in his life, I think,” Doyle continued. “And what’s been lovely in the last few years especially...

Kevin Doyle: It’s time to end the welfare for the wealthy

It’s time to get serious about expanding our use of solar power. As we continue our solid growth in solar usage all across the Sunshine State, it’s well past time for Florida lawmakers to get rid of what The Wall Street Journal calls “welfare for the wealthy” and make solar accessible for all of us. Because of outdated state laws called “net-metering,” now high-income Floridians who invest and solar to generate renewable energy for their homes are enjoying the financial benefits.
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‘Ninja Scouts’ by Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle is a man of many talents. When he’s not hard at work putting his master’s degree in physics to use as a materials engineer, he spends his time singing smooth tenor melodies with the Santa Barbara Gay Men’s Chorus. And when he’s not doing that, Doyle imagines, writes, and creates comic books.

Kevin Doyle explains why he thinks Man United could go on a run

This came after a brilliant win on Tuesday night. Kevin Doyle was seemingly quite impressed by Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Villarreal on Tuesday. Michael Carrick took charge of his first game as interim manager, and made some important changes to the team going into the match. While he did...

Kevin Doyle column: Virginia should reform its barrier crime laws

Over the past few decades, numerous groups from the World Health Organization to the American Medical Association to the American Psychiatric Association have classified addiction as the health condition it is. And yet in many cases, the commonwealth of Virginia continues to prevent people in stable, long-term recovery from becoming fully contributing members of society: Virginia’s so-called barrier crime laws treat them as unworthy of employment.

Kevin Doyle criticises Stephen Kenny’s tactics following draw with Azerbaijan

“I thought some of the changes were unnecessary.”. Kevin Doyle has criticised some of Stephen Kenny’s tactics following Saturday evening’s 1-1 draw with Azerbaijan. The disappointing day at the Aviva Stadium saw defender Shane Duffy rescue a point for Ireland, after Emin Mahmudov fired the away side ahead just before half-time with a fine effort.