Mick McCarthy wants second spell in charge of Ireland

Mick McCarthy wants second spell in charge of Ireland

Mick McCarthy is the early favourite to be handed a second spell in charge of the national side, but Kenny's name has also been mentioned and he told the Dundalk Democrat: 'I think managing your country is the ultimate honour.

In a statement, the FAI confirmed that Roy Keane, Seamus McDonagh and Steve Guppy have also departed.

"He ran the best EUROs campaign in Ireland's history and followed that by making it out of a tough group to reach the play-offs for the 2018 FIFA World Cup".

FAI President Donal Conway said: "On behalf of the FAI Board, I would like to thank Martin, Roy, and the management team for their work with the Republic of Ireland team over the last five years". It was more of five-a-side, or 11-a-side game, and that would be it.

Arter has since returned to the fold and made peace with Keane while O'Neill had previously expressed his confidence that he was capable of steering the current squad to Euro 2020. I guess he was just a back-up to Martin.

He said that Keane was perhaps unable to exert more influence because he was O'Neill's assistant, that if the Corkman had been the manager, maybe it would have been different.

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A number of surveys show that a majority of people, north and south, support the idea of an all-Ireland team and I would urge the government to get behind the idea of an all-Ireland soccer team.

"When you played with Ireland, you didn't really have that much coaching", Doherty revealed.

"If I don't do that there I'll have a conversation with him in the next few days or whenever it may be and it's always been the case".

'So if Martin is that kind of man-management, quirky manager that we're used to seeing on TV and interviews, that's fine, but then your back-room staff have to complement that. It is freaky, but like I said, it didn't happen all the time.

"You'd have a few players thinking "we'll play this shape", or someone else thinking something else. There were odd occasions when it did happen".

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