Posts Tagged ‘next republic of ireland manager’

Boylepsorts can report that Mick McCarthy is the latest man to be backed to be the next permanent Republic of Ireland manager following support in the past 24 hours. Read the rest of this entry »
It looks like the FAI aren’t in any hurry to replace Giovanni Trapattoni but Boylesports has had to cut former Liverpool manager, Gerard Houllier in price as the firm has seen cash come in for the Frenchman. Read the rest of this entry »
The FAI have announced that interim manager Noel King will announce his squad for the forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers against Germany and Kazakhstan on Monday at 1pm. Read the rest of this entry »
Martin O’Neill’s seemingly strong grip on being the next Republic of Ireland football manager does not appear as tight as first imagined. Read the rest of this entry »
The last thing a new manager wants is a heavy defeat in their first outing. Noel King, the current under-21 manager, should take charge of the trip to Germany and home game against Kazakhstan. Read the rest of this entry »
Football fans can be a fickle bunch, just witness Manchester United fans having an about face and welcome Rooney back into their hearts despite the fact that he had twice in the past two years expressed a desire to leave the club. Read the rest of this entry »
The hunt is on to find a new manager for the Republic of Ireland after the FAI announced that Giovanni Trapattoni left his job with the them by mutual consent. Read the rest of this entry »