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Matt Doherty Dicusses ‘Old School’ Martin O’Neill Ireland Training

The resignation of Martin O’Neill as Ireland manager has reignited the long-running debate over the style of play under the Derry man. Ireland have never been renowned for their expansive, attacking football, particularly under the likes of Giovanni Trappattoni. But Martin O’Neill’s tenure was particularly partial to dull football in which possession was a dirty word. While a forward-looking O’Neill …

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Martin O’Neill Releases Statement After Ireland Departure

John Delaney

Martin O’Neill has broken his silence in the aftermath of his departure from the Republic of Ireland set-up. The Derry man finally left the managerial post this morning after five years at the helm, along with assistant boss Roy Keane. His much-criticised tenure did have a number of highlights, with a home win over World Cup champions Germany and a …

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Ref Suffers Suspected Broken Jaw Following Horrific Post-Match Attack

A referee suffered a suspected broken jaw and other facial injuries following an assault in the Midlands Soccer League on Sunday. Gardai in Co Offaly are reportedly investigating the incident which occurred after the game in the Combined Counties Football League played in Horseleap near the Westmeath-Offaly border. One of our Referees in Midland Branch today after a game was …

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Watch: Hourihane Free Helps Villa To Best Win Of Their Season

Aston Villa’s start to the season was a dreadful one. After three straight wins, just one more would follow in the next eleven games, as they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Burton Albion and fell dramatically off the pace in the Championship table. Steve Bruce was sacked as manager of the side, and was replaced last month …

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