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    O’Neill eager to return to management

    Martin O’Neill says he is ready to return to management, and that he has no need to “recharge his batteries”. The 66-year-old left his role as Republic of Ireland manager last month, and insists that he still has “things to do in this game”. “That drive, the determination, is there,” the former Celtic manager said, […] More

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    O’Neill leaves Ireland with “a heavy heart”

    Martin O’Neill says he is leaving his role as Republic of Ireland manager with “a heavy heart”. It was announced today that the 65-year-old and his assistant Roy Keane have left their roles with the FAI by mutual consent after five years in charge. In a statement released by the League Managers’ Association, O’Neill described fulfilling […] More

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    It’s Grim Down South Rep of Ireland v Northern Ireland

    Martin O’Neill’s oft-repeated excuse of Ireland not having the players to compete in the passing stakes with superior opposition was laid bare last Thursday. Once again, our team spent the evening chasing shadows while set up in a barely discernable formation. The difference is that this time our opponents didn’t have a Gareth Bale or […] More

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    O’Neill: “We will be ready for Euros qualification”

    Martin O’Neill has admitted that 2018 has been a disappointing year for the Republic of Ireland, but insists that the Boys in Green will be ready for the Euro 2020 qualification campaign. Ireland have only picked up one win in their last 10 matches – a 2-1 win over the USA in the summer – […] More

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    Keane v McCarthy

    Martin O’Neill has been the Republic of Ireland manager for almost half a decade now. The spark has well and truly gone from his team, not that there was much to begin with but there was big results and a decent Euro 2016 so that was fine for the majority of fans. O’Neill has admitted […] More

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    Who will be the next Ireland manager?

    Martin O’Neill and his band of not so very merry men, limp into our double header against Denmark and Wales with a weak squad, on a run of very poor results and behind the scenes rows between players and Roy Keane. As fans we can only sit and wait for what we assume for the […] More

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    O’Neill reacts to Stephen Ward’s recorded message

    Things are going from bad to worse in the Republic of Ireland camp. An audio clip has surfaced today which was allegedly recorded by Stephen Ward, which discusses the row between Roy Keane and Harry Arter. The clip also goes into detail about Keane’s heated argument with Jon Walters, and casts the Republic of Ireland […] More

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    Talking points from Paris

    France swept the Republic of Ireland aside in the Paris rain last night. Goals from Olivier Giroud and Nabil Fekir ensured a 2-0 win for the impressive hosts in awful conditions. Here are the main talking points from the Stade de France. Defensive mistakes France dominated proceedings, but Martin O’Neill will be disappointed with the […] More

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    O’Neill: “There are still problems with racism in football”

    Martin O’Neill says it is important to highlight the racial abuse directed at Cyrus Christie. The Republic of Ireland defender has been subjected to vile racial abuse on several occasions over the past 12 months, and O’Neill says the issue “seems to have gotten back to the surface again.” “I think it’s too easy to […] More

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    O’Neill says Nations League draw is “déja vu”

    Martin O’Neill has described the Nations League draw as “déja vu”. The Republic of Ireland have drawn Wales and Denmark in Group Four of League B in the new tournament, after facing both nations in the World Cup qualifiers last year. The boys in green beat Wales to seal a play-off, which they lost convincingly […] More

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    O’Neill says terms are agreed on a new deal

    Martin O’Neill has confirmed that he has agreed terms on a new contract as Republic of Ireland manager. The 65 year old says he is yet to sign the deal, but claims terms have been agreed with John Delaney and the FAI. It has been a whirlwind week for the former Celtic boss, who rejected […] More

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    O’Neill “allowed to speak to Premier League clubs”

    The Martin O’Neill saga has taken another twist. O’Neill seemed set to take over as manager of Stoke City, but rejected the move, and the Potters have since appointed Paul Lambert. However, it has emerged that the Republic of Ireland manager is “allowed to speak to Premier League clubs”. Luke Edwards (The Telegraph) says the […] More

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