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Mick McCarthy Is Parting Ways With Ipswich Town

Former Ireland captain and manager Mick McCarthy will be leaving Ipswich Town at the end of the season. McCarthy has spent over five years at the club, taking over in November 2012. McCarthy spoke with the club, who are currently 12th in the table, and the two parties came to the decision that the time is right to move on. …

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Five Memorable Republic Of Ireland National Team Debuts

Republic of Ireland Soccer 9/2/1998 Damien Duff is challenged by Robbie Keane

Ireland take on Turkey on Friday afternoon with a number of new faces in tow looking to become the latest to pull on the green jersey (or white, probably, it being an away game and all). Aaron McCarey, Kieran O’Hara, Matt Doherty, Declan Rice, Enda Stevens, Derrick Williams, Darragh Lenihan and Scott Hogan are the uncapped players in the squad …

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Watch: Mick McCarthy Yells A Sweary Tirade Of Abuse At Absolutely Nobody As Ipswich Score In The 89th Minute At Norwich

Mick McCarthy had quite an epic reaction as Ipswich Town appeared to have scored a late winner at Carrow Road on Sunday afternoon. The Old Farm derby had quite a dramatic ending on Sunday afternoon as two late, late goals saw the clash finishing in a stalemate. With 89 minutes played, Norwich City and Ipswich Town were still goalless before …

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