Debate: Who should be the next Ireland manager?

Trap HappyAnother disappointing performance leaves Ireland’s hopes of World Cup qualification all but a pipe-dream.

Is it time for Trapattoni to finally leave? We said back in June 2012, after the pathetic European Championship campaign, that it was time for him to go. Now it looks like, at 75, that the Italian will finally call time on a tremendous career that includes seven Serie A titles and a European Cup.

Should Trap stay at Ireland manager

  • Yes (12%, 9 Votes)
  • No (88%, 69 Votes)

Total Voters: 78

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So we ask, who would you select as the next Ireland manager who can get the best out of the likes of James McClean, Shane Long, James McCarthy and Robbie Brady?

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Kevin Coleman
Kevin Coleman

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2 thoughts on “Debate: Who should be the next Ireland manager?

  1. I believe that whoever comes should be from Ireland/Britain and be familiar with the players.Another foreign manager could take the same “only way is to defend” route as Trap.

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