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Martin O'Neill: I would not leave Republic of Ireland for Leicester City return

Jose Mourinho explains his decision to wear a 'CR' shirt following Leicester City's sacking of Claudio Ranieri.
The guys answer your tweets about Claudio Ranieri, and Paul Mariner recalls the time he tweeted out his phone number.
The FC crew discuss the evident disconnect between Claudio Ranieri and the Leicester players leading up to his sacking.
Antonio Conte has revealed his sadness over Claudio Ranieri's sacking, while also looking ahead to Chelsea's game against Swansea.

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has told the BBC he will not replace the sacked Claudio Ranieri at his former club Leicester City.

The Premier League champions are without a manager after the departure of Ranieri, who oversaw their remarkable surge to the title, on Thursday.

Craig Shakespeare is in caretaker charge for Monday's home league clash with Liverpool, but various names have been mentioned as possible candidates to come in as the Italian's permanent successor.


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FIFA fines English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish FAs for poppies

England and Scotland players wore armbands featuring poppies during the teams' World Cup qualifier last month.

The English Football Association has been fined 45,000 Swiss francs (£35,308) by FIFA for the display of poppies during the Nov. 11 World Cup qualifier against Scotland, while the other home nations were also fined for similar offences.

The FA later announced its intention to appeal to FIFA, which considers the poppy to be a political symbol, and therefore banned.

The Scottish Football Association and the Football Association of Wales have each been fined 20,000 Swiss francs (£15,692)...

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Robbie Keane 'as hungry as ever' as he ponders next move after LA Galaxy exit

Bruce Arena and Chris Klein discuss Robbie Keane's impact on the LA Galaxy after Keane announced his departure from the club.

Striker Robbie Keane remains "as hungry as ever" and insists he still has plenty of goals left in him as he seeks his final challenge in football.

The 36-year-old, the Republic of Ireland's leading scorer with 68 goals, has just ended his contract with the LA Galaxy, where during a five-year-spell he became one of the most significant players in Major League Soccer.

Keane is well travelled, having played for the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool, Inter Milan and Celtic, and while he has not ruled out...

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Rep. of Ireland's Harry Arter hopes to have killed Austria's World Cup hopes

Steve Nicol says Ireland's narrow 1-0 win over Austria puts them in great position in Group D of Word Cup Qualifying.

Harry Arter is hoping the Republic of Ireland have finished off Austria's World Cup qualification hopes to reduce the field in the Group D race for Russia.

Saturday night's 1-0 victory in Vienna left the Republic two points clear at the top of the group and the Austrians trailing in their wake with only a single win and a draw from their opening four fixtures.

Given that the group looked likely to be a four-way scrap between Ireland, Austria, Wales and Serbia when it was drawn, a six-point gap to...

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Roy Keane 'would have killed me' if I missed winner - James McClean

James McClean's lone score of the match was all the Republic of Ireland needed to put away Austria.
Steve Nicol says Ireland's narrow 1-0 win over Austria puts them in great position in Group D of Word Cup Qualifying.

James McClean fired the Republic of Ireland to a precious World Cup qualifying victory in Austria to spare himself a showdown with Roy Keane.

The 27-year-old West Brom winger scored the only goal at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna with a sweetly struck left-footed drive, and later revealed he had assistant manager Keane on his mind as he raced in on goalkeeper Ramazan Ozcan.

McClean told Sky Sports after the 1-0 win: "If I had missed the target, Roy would have killed me. He hammers us in training...