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 By PA Sport

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill pleads guilty to drink driving

Michael O'Neill has been banned from driving for 16 months.

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has pleaded guilty to drink driving.

Edinburgh Sheriff Court heard that he was caught by police on the outskirts of the city at around 1 a.m. on Sept. 10 and was around three times the legal drink-drive limit.

Sheriff Thomas Welsh QC banned O'Neill from driving for 16 months and fined him £1,300.

Solicitor James Mulgrew, representing O'Neill, told the court: "This was simply a bad error of judgement on the part of Mr O'Neill."

He said his client...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

World Cup qualifying playoffs in Europe: All you need to know

With the playoff teams set in Europe, the FC crew assess which unseeded side has the best chance of reaching the World Cup.

The final four places at the World Cup finals from Europe will be decided via four playoffs.

Who has qualified for the playoffs?

Eight nations are into the playoffs, ranked based on the October 2017 FIFA Ranking.

Seeded: Switzerland, Italy, Croatia, Denmark
Unseeded: Northern Ireland, Sweden, Republic of Ireland, Greece

Who can play each other?

Switzerland, Italy, Croatia and Denmark will be the top-ranked teams, and thus seeded. They were also the four runners-up who had the best record in group...

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Michael O'Neill 'sure' Northern Ireland will secure UEFA playoff spot

Germany will defend their World Cup crown after comfortably defeating Northern Ireland 3-1 in Belfast.
Jonny Evans
Northern Ireland will finish second in Group C and are on the verge of the UEFA playoffs.

Michael O'Neill remains confident Northern Ireland can still secure a playoff place for next summer's World Cup despite being beaten 3-1 by Germany in their penultimate qualifier.

O'Neill's men, who remain second in Group C, were rocked by Sebastian Rudy's second-minute goal before Sandro Wagner and Joshua Kimmich gave the world champions a 3-0 lead.

Josh Magennis pulled a stoppage-time goal back for the home side, who travel to Norway on Sunday for their final qualifier knowing a point should still...