24/01/2018

Martin O'Neill Signs Deal To Remain With RoI Until 2020

Republic of Ireland (RoI) football manager Martin O'Neill has signed a deal to remain with the team until 2020.

The contract also includes his management team which assistant Roy Keane is also part of.
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O'Neill will oversee the team for the UEFA Nations League and the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

The Football Association of Ireland made the announcement on Twitter.

(CD/LM)

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