Ireland decided on the new coach

The Irish will be old new steering.

Mick McCarthy will return to the position of head coach of Ireland. According to the Daily Mail, an expert has already agreed with the local football Association the terms of a two-year contract. Recall that one of the candidates for this post called the ex-England coach Sam Allardyce.

Previous coach of the Irish Martin O’neill resigned this week after the departure of the team in the third tier of the League of Nations. Along with O’neill national team left and his assistant Roy Keane.

59-year-old McCarthy previously coached the national team of Ireland for six and a half years, from February 1996 to November 2002. The last refuge of a mentor was “Ispwich”, from where he retired in April of this year after five and a half years.

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