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  1. Time for Martin O'Neill to close the door on NobleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    THE touch from Jeff Hendrick that set up Ireland's magic moment in Gelsenkirchen last Tuesday night gets better with every viewing. It's worth watching again and again, the confidence of a 22-year-old Dubliner adapting to the biggest stage and having the talent to size up a situation and improvise with a clever piece of skill that created John O'Shea's Hollywood strike.

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  2. Strachan relishes vital clash with friends, but only after a restRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    Particularly when it is the first meeting between the Auld Enemy in this country since that famous Euro 2000 play-off in November 1999 and it comes so soon after the historic referendum on independence. But judging by the enquiries Gordon Strachan has fielded since that battling point in Warsaw on Tuesday night, the clash against our Celtic cousins which occurs four days before it, has managed that all right.

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  3. Point in Poland was good but maybe not good enoughRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    I am delighted with the style of play and the consistency of their performances, delighted with pretty much everything - apart from the two goals we lost against Poland. I am being honest, I am starting to worry about our chances of qualifying for France 2016.

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  4. Roy Keane and Manchester United's Top 12 Hard MenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | BleacherReport

    But behind them all were some aggressive, ferocious hard men making sure the attacking players weren't being kicked off the pitch. Roy Keane's indiscretions, on and off the pitch, have been pored over again with the release of his new book.

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  5. Mourinho: Pushing Wenger would've landed me a stadium banRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Goal.com

    The Chelsea boss believes the FA is guilty of double standards in failing to punish the Arsenal manager for shoving him during the two sides' Premier League clash Jose Mourinho believes the Football Association's failure to punish Arsene Wenger for pushing him leaves them guilty of double standards and insists that if he had been the aggressor "it would have been a stadium ban". Incensed by a challenge on Alexis Sanchez by Gary Cahill during Chelsea's 2-0 win over Arsenal earlier this month, Wenger ventured into Mourinho's technical area to protest and shoved the Portuguese away when told to leave.

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  6. Sunderland boss Poyet: Manchester United made O'Shea a leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Business News

    Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has praised his captain John O'Shea ahead of the Saturday's trip to Southampton, and believes his leadership qualities come from his time spent at Manchester United. O'Shea was the Republic of Ireland's hero in their midweek Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany, scoring a late equaliser in his 100th appearance to earn the visitors a 1-1 draw, before returning to Wearside to sign a two-year contract extension.

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  7. Lambert Unconcerned By Quit CommentsRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Vital Football

    Manager Paul Lambert has said he has no concerns over assistant manager Roy Keane's comment that if the Republic of Ireland lost four on the trot he'd quit his position at Villa. The gaffer's response are all over the media, and he explained that he felt it had been blown out of all proportion and even that he laughed at some of the comments people were making in response to Keane's words.

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  8. Lambert backs Keane over Mourinho handshakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | A Different League

    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has thrown his weight behind his assistant Roy Keane's assertion that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was disrespectful to attempt a handshake before their Premier League clash was over, reports Sky Sports . Mourinho angered the Villa management by going over to their bench to offer a handshake a few minutes before the end of the Premier League encounter, which Chelsea were leading 3-0.

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  9. Mark McGhee insists next month's Euro qualifier with Ireland is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Daily Record

    GORDON Strachan's assistant manager plays down the significance of the showdown at Parkhead with the Group D pacesetters and claims a draw won't be a disaster. MARK McGHEE last night played down Scotland's upcoming Euro 2016 match against Republic of Ireland and insisted it's NOT a must-win clash.

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  10. Arsenal dictate which fans' questions they answer at annual shareholders meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Daily Mail

    Arsenal's annual shareholders meeting becomes more frustrating by the year with the board now choosing which fans' questions they answer, while deflecting the contentious issues. So Arsenal's catering and cleaning contractors paying Emirates workers less than the hourly London living wage was a matter for the Government according to the club, who could easily deal only with companies which pay a London rate.

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  11. Roy Keane autobiography: Paul Lambert offers assistant his backing amid controversial book launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has given assistant manager Roy Keane his full backing over his controversial book and recent comments which cast some doubt over his future at the midlands club.

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  12. Hero O'Shea happy to cash inRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    John O'Shea, left, is hoping Germany will hurt the Republic of Ireland's Group D rivals as the Euro 2016 qualification campaign progresses Last-gasp hero John O'Shea admits the Republic of Ireland might have caught Germany at the right time to take a significant step towards Euro 2016 qualification. O'Shea's injury-time equaliser in Gelsenkirchen on Tuesday evening clinched a 1-1 draw against the reigning world champions and Group D favourites three days after they suffered a shock 2-0 defeat in Poland.

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  13. Phil Brown - keen to get back on track with Southend United this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Echo-news.co.uk

    IT goes without saying that we need to get back on track when we play Exeter City at Roots Hall this weekend. We head in to the game on the back of two defeats but I view both of those games quite differently.

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  14. Gordon Strachan warns Scotland to prepare for battle as next...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | The Daily Record

    NATIONAL manager believes his side will have to ditch their silky playing style if they want to get the better of Martin O'Neill's Group D pacesetters at Parkhead. O'Neill and Strachan are all smiles at a Parkhead testimonial but it'll be a different story next month GORDON STRACHAN last night warned Scotland to brace itself for next month's Battle of the Celts while admitting the showdown with the Republic of Ireland could be about to turn ugly.

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  15. Strachan excited by 'British cup tie' against O'Neill's Republic of IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Sunday Herald

    GORDON STRACHAN is relishing taking on an in-form Republic of Ireland in the Euro 2016 qualifier next month and has dismissed suggestions that there is any animosity between himself and Roy Keane following the publication of the Irish assistant manager's autobiography. GORDON STRACHAN is relishing taking on an in-form Republic of Ireland in the Euro 2016 qualifier next month and has dismissed suggestions that there is any animosity between himself and Roy Keane following the publication of the Irish assistant manager's autobiography.

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  16. Shaun Maloney plots a not so happy Martin O'Neill reunion at Celtic Park in NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Daily Mail

    Asked to appraise the influence Martin O'Neill has had on his career, Shaun Maloney finds it difficult to express sufficient gratitude. From being handed a Celtic debut at Ibrox aged just 18 to the later chance of English Premier League football with Aston Villa, O'Neill has provided so much impetus for the Scotland midfielder.

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  17. Gordon Strachan: Focus on game, not managersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Scotsman.com

    GORDON Strachan insists the focus should not be on the personalities involved as he prepares to go head-to-head with Martin O'Neill in Scotland's crunch Euro 2016 qualifying clash against Republic of Ireland next month. The Scotland manager made the optimistic appeal as the countdown begins to the crucial Group D fixture, in which O'Neill will return to his former Celtic Park stamping ground.

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  18. Scotland boss Gordon Strachan predicts an old-fashioned British cup ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Daily Mail

    Gordon Strachan has warned his Scotland players to prepare for a frantic British-style cup tie against the Republic of Ireland next month. The Irish are unbeaten in Euro 2016 qualifying group D, a last-minute equaliser against struggling group favourites Germany removing some of the gloss from Scotland's 2-2 draw in Poland.

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  19. O'Shea: Right time for IrishRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Ananova

    Last-gasp hero John O'Shea believes the Republic of Ireland faced Germany at just the right time after he snatched a 1-1 draw in their European Qualifier. The Sunderland defender marked his 100th game for his country with a stoppage-time equaliser against the world champions, just three days after the Group D favourites suffered a shock 2-0 defeat in Poland.

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  20. Quinn: Leading light O'SheaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Sky Sports

    John O'Shea celebrates his late goal during the European Qualifier between Germany and Republic of Ireland at the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen Niall Quinn paid tribute to John O'Shea following his last-gasp goal in Germany - and hailed his crucial role in the Republic of Ireland... John O'Shea marked his 100th cap for Ireland by scoring the equaliser against World Cup winners Germany with the last kick of the game. John O'Shea not only marked his 100th cap with the goal that saw Republic of Ireland draw 1-1 with Germany, but has become an on-field leader.

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