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    #1

    does "Northern Irish" exist?

    "Stuttering Spain are level on points with second-placed Northern Ireland in Group F despite Saturday's lacklustre 1-1 draw in Iceland, but they will be wary of Latvia's visit after the Baltic nation beat Nigel Worthington's Irish side 1-0."
    (Reuters)

    Does "Northern Irish" exist and the writer is using "Nigel Worthington's Irish side" instead because it is clear that we are talking about Northern Ireland or people never use it?

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    Re: does "Northern Irish" exist?

    Yes, it does exist. I think it's clear which side hemeans as he has already mentioned Northern Ireland.

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