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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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O’Neill Can No Longer Use “We Don’t Have The Players” As An Excuse

Ireland ended the international calendar with a 0-0 draw against Denmark and a fourth consecutive international without a goal. The past year has been one of hurt and disappointment with many fingers pointing towards Martin O’Neill. Ireland were always going into a transitional period after the playoff loss to Denmark with a huge overhaul taking place. The retirements of Wes …

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Martin O’Neill Defiant Despite Issues – “I Always Get Best Out Of Players”

Irish manager Martin O’Neill remained defiant in his position despite Ireland’s disappointing end to their poor UEFA Nations League campaign in Aarhus on Monday night. O’Neill’s men were outclassed by a second string Danish side creating little or no chances in a 0-0 draw which saw Ireland finish bottom of their Nations League group and without a win from their …

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Michael Obafemi – “I’ll Be Getting This Shirt Framed To Put In My House.”

Despite Ireland’s disappointing end to their UEFA Nations League campaign in Aarhus on Monday night, Southampton striker Michael Obafemi provided a bright spark by making his international debut for the Boys in Green. Obafemi came off the bench with ten minutes to go in Ireland’s 0-0 draw against Denmark in a game in which O’Neill’s side were truly outclassed as they …

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Five Changes From Thursday As O’Neill Names Starting XI For Danish Test

Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has named his starting XI for Ireland’s final UEFA Nations League game against Denmark in Aarhus this evening. O’Neill makes a number of changes from the side who drew 0-0 against Northern Ireland on Thursday with Enda Stevens, Aiden O’Brien and Cyrus Christie coming into the starting lineup, along with Richard Keogh and Kevin Long at …

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