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Vincent Hogan: Martin O'Neill's past glories could never protect him from new failures
IN football, separation statements speak with a thousand tongues, so that FAI line about Martin O'Neill's reign ending by "mutual consent" maybe conveys little more than corporate politeness. - Sport RSS Feed
Meet the migrants on €45 a week building the Qatar World Cup
World’s richest country continues to exploit those building the biggest show on earth
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‘He didn’t have the baby, did he?’: O’Neill and Keane in quotes
Charting an era from the light and airy first few months to spats with Tony O’Donoghue
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Martin O'Neill: 'It is with a heavy heart that I leave this role'
Martin O'Neill has said he is leaving his role as Republic of Ireland manager "with a heavy heart", having fulfilled one of his "lifetime ambitions" by taking on the role.
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Tadhg Beirne will be itching to take on the USA, says club-mate Niall Scannell
Beirne did not feature in Ireland’s victories over Argentina and New Zealand.
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Nenagh CBS seal quarter-final spot with win over Gaelcholáiste Mhuire
Goals from Ben Cooney and a brace from Bryan McLoughney saw Nenagh CBS secure a resounding 10-point victory over Cork’s Gaelcholaiste Mhuire an Mhainistir Thuaidh in Kilfinane.
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Christians send powerful message of intent against Thurles CBS
Both teams were already assured of progress to the Harty Cup quarter-finals thanks to comprehensive beatings of Castletroy College earlier on, but it was Christians who sent out the loudest message of intent at Bansha as they powered their way to another heavy victory.
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Midleton CBS advance to Harty Cup knockout stages
Midleton CBS are into the knockout stages of this season’s Harty Cup after a convincing 2-19 to 1-10 victory over St Flannan’s at Hospital.
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Connacht's Paul Boyle pens first professional deal
Connacht backrower Paul Boyle has signed his first professional contract after impressing for Andy Friend's side since making his debut earlier this year.
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Shamrock Rovers wrap up signing of Aaron McEneff
Shamrock Rovers have lured Derry City midfielder Aaron McEneff to Tallaght.
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Sadlier: FAI must explain things before hiring new boss
Before beginning the process of looking for his successor, the FAI should explain their decision to award Martin O'Neill a contract extension earlier this year, according to Richie Sadlier.
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GAA set to standardise yellow sliotar after Fenway Classic
THE luminous yellow sliotar used in last weekend’s Fenway Hurling Classic is expected to become standarised by the GAA. - Sport RSS Feed
'Gutted to see the gaffer gone': James McClean pays tribute to O'Neill
It was announced today that O'Neill and Roy Keane had parted ways with the FAI after five years in charge.
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Odds cut on Stephen Kenny taking over as Ireland manager as surprise contenders are listed
Stephen Kenny has been installed as the bookies favourite to become the next Republic of Ireland manager, with some surprise names emerging as possible contenders to succeed Martin O'Neill. - Sport RSS Feed
Under-fire PFA bows to pressure and agrees to independent review
The Professional Footballers' Association has recommended an independent review is held into the organisation, the union has announced.
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Ireland players hail departing manager O'Neill
Republic of Ireland international striker Jon Walters paid tribute to departing manager Martin O'Neill.
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Ireland captain Rory Best follows All Blacks win with an OBE
‘I think of all the individual awards I’ve received this is certainly the highest’
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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane leave by mutual agreement
The Republic of Ireland are on the search for a new manager this morning after parting company by mutual agreement with Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane.
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Who will be the next Ireland manager - 6 contenders
From a local favourite to a Premier League manager to a cabbage-dodging out of work journeyman, there are plenty of contenders for the now vacant Republic of Ireland job. Here we take a look at six of them.
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Twitter reaction to Martin O’Neill’s Ireland exit
FAI on the lookout for a new manager following a dismal run of results
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Liam Sheedy's communication skills key to his managerial successes
The last time Liam Sheedy was at the helm in Tipperary, it was obvious the players had the utmost respect for the Portroe man, writes $1.
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Five candidates for the Irish job - credentials and box office appeal
Who is the best fit for the role?
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Irish coach Griggs hands Juliet Short Twickenham debut
Adam Griggs will hand an international debut to Leinster No 8 Juliet Short in the white heat of Twickenham as Ireland prepare to take on England in their final Autumn International Test on Saturday.
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Ireland Women's boss Adam Griggs makes six changes for the trip to Twickenham
Ireland Women’s Head Coach Adam Griggs has made six changes from the team that was beaten 19-10 by the USA for this weekend's trip to Twickenham to face England (kick-off 5.40pm). - Sport RSS Feed
James McClean 'gutted' after Martin O'Neill and the FAI part ways
Republic of Ireland winger James McClean has expressed his disappointment after Martin O'Neill's five-year reign as Republic of Ireland manager ended today. - Sport RSS Feed
The road to nowhere: 11 fixtures which called time on the O’Neill years
During final 12 months of manager’s tenure Ireland managed just a single friendly win
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5 talking points ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon will be thrown together in Thursday’s intriguing pre-race press conference for the Abu Dhabi race.
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Luke Edwards: 'Martin O'Neill did not fail with Ireland but the magic had died and it was time to move on'
The end always looks ruthless and ugly, the kill swift, but Martin O’Neill’s departure as Republic of Ireland manager was not a sudden decision, it had been coming for months. - Sport RSS Feed
Mick McCarthy the early favourite for Ireland job
A number of factors point to a second stint for McCarthy who left the job in 2002
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Kevin Palmer: 'Roy Keane is the biggest loser in a story that should have ended long ago'
Martin O'Neill may be front man for the Ireland debacle of 2018, yet Roy Keane is the biggest loser in a story that should have ended long ago. - Sport RSS Feed