Ireland coach O’Neill and assistant Keane have resigned

Ireland coach O'Neill and assistant Keane have resigned

Irish national football team coach Martin O’Neill and assistant Roy Keane have resigned. The Irish Football Association announced the FAI.

Irish national football team coach Martin O’Neill and assistant Roy Keane have resigned. The Irish Football Association announced the FAI.

This is how the two reacted to the negative series Boys in Green, which has been going on for months. The last 0-0 victory over Denmark was the fourth in a row in which the Republic of Ireland failed to score. The record under 66-year-old O’Neill was recently devastating. In 2018, the team failed to win a single match, only to win the insignificant friendly match against USA Ireland. In the Nations League, Group B4 finished below and relegated to the bottom of the table.

“I want to thank Martin, Roy and the management team for what they did with the Irish team,” said FAI boss John Delaney. Former national players O’Neill and Keane took over their offices in 2013 and led Ireland to the 16th round of the 2016 European Football Championship, where France lost only 2-1. “There were a lot of highlights under Martin’s leadership,” Delaney emphasized, adding that “Euro 2016, especially in France, will be remembered by all Irish fans for a long time.”

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