Tag Archives: Mick McCarthy

This afternoon.

School of Physical Sciences, Dublin City University.

Ronan writes:

This poster has been sitting on the wall in @DCUPhysics for long enough it’s got the correct manager again. Or someone around here’s invented a time machine and not told us…

Previously: He’s Coming Home

Ecky thump.

Breaking! Return of the Mick – McCarthy to be offered Ireland job (RTÉ)

Earlier:  Our Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes To Ye

Meanwhile…

In fairness.

From top: Mick McCarthy and Robbie Keane; latest odds the next Republic of Ireland manager on Paddy Power

McCarthy is the leading candidate to replace Martin O’Neill and he is reportedly interested in the role. He has been out of work since leaving Ipswich in April.

And Keane is in the equation to work alongside McCarthy, after being previously linked with the Under-21 team job.

Mick McCarthy and Robbie Keane: the ‘dream team’ after O’Neill’s €1m departure (Independent.ie)

Paddy Power

00027744(former Ireland manager Mick McCarthy in 2001)

Ronan Lawlor writes:

Speaking to The Last Word on Today FM this evening, Brian Kerr told Matt Cooper that he believes Mick McCarthy has been disrespected by the FAI in their process to select a new manager for the national side. He also revealed that Martin O’Neill had met with FAI officials before the World Cup qualifier against Sweden in September, while Giovanni Trapattoni was still in charge of the team…

Classy.

Podcast here

Earlier: This Just Martin

(Gareth Chaney/Photocall Ireland)