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  • Football - Euro 2012 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    a Bosnian coach prior to kick off Republic of Ireland v Bosnia Security ramped up at Aviva following Paris terror attacks The Football Association of Ireland will ramp up security measures for tonight s play off second leg against Bosnia in the wake of the Paris terror attacks over the weekend Paris attacks Police chiefs plan on how to keep fans safe at Euros British police expect at least half a million UK football fans to travel to the European Championship Finals in France next summer and are preparing for the huge task of ensuring that the travel advice relevant to the security risk is known and understood in the light of Friday s Challenge of Premier League would interest me admits Northern Ireland boss Michael Michael O Neill has revealed that he would see it as a challenge to manage in the Premier League in the future or at international level again once he has achieved all he can with Northern Ireland Hope Eu can join us Michael O Neill has spoken of his hope that Martin O Neill will join him at the Euro 2016 finals Republic of Ireland v Bosnia Herzegovina Martin O Neill on the brink of promised land This is a night where the result is the only thing that matters Oliver Norwood keen to break even more records with Northern Ireland Eight is great Nine would be better but Oliver Norwood wants to move to 10 and beyond New formation new shirt same old super Gareth McAuley Gareth McAuley always calls it straight And he isn t about to change just because Northern Ireland have qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 30 years Northern Ireland really can be a knockout at Euro 2016 Michael O Neill Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill has labelled 2015 an amazing year insisting that the team can produce more heroics at the Euro 2016 finals and qualify for the knockout stages in France Paris attacks Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill may put off Euro 2016 trip to France Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill has spoken about his shock and sadness at the horrific events in Paris on Friday night Clark keen to hold on to his starting place and guide Irish to France When Martin O Neill chopped his first provisional squad of the Euro 2016 campaign Ciaran Clark was one of the players to miss out more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans Euro 2016 Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener Euro 2016 Panini sticker album marks Northern Ireland Euro 2016 heroics with elusive shiny Euro 2016 BBC land Northern Ireland v Germany Euro 2016 clash Euro 2016 More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles

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  • Football - Euro 2012 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Davis fires Northern Ireland to victory at Windsor Park Steven Davis fired Northern Ireland to their first friendly win in more than seven years as they ended a memorable year in style Northern Ireland v Latvia Put your shirt on Michael O Neill s men to make more strides Michael O Neill was talking about the importance of the Northern Ireland shirt No the manager had not entered the big debate about the Irish FA s controversial new green white and blue home top or the more warmly received and plainer away one Northern Ireland v Latvia First Carl Frampton and Gary Lightbody now Rory McIlroy is on Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill thought about everything during the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign including bringing some superstar supporters to the team hotel to spend time with his players Game changer Northern Ireland hero Kyle Lafferty is loan target for Leeds United Northern Ireland s Kyle Lafferty craves playing first team football and Leeds United may be the place to get it after the Yorkshire club made a move to sign the striker on loan from Norwich City Northern Ireland v Latvia You re playing for your places in France Michael O Neill tells Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill has declared that all of his squad are in the middle of a high stakes game with a spot in the team in the Euro 2016 finals the ultimate prize Mulholland determined to put up fight for silverware Just five days after making his competitive senior debut at the Dragons Stephen Mulholland is back in action though this time for Ulster A in their opening British and Irish Cup clash with Bristol at the Kingspan Stadium kick off 7 30pm Republic of Ireland boss Martin O Neill is determined to join namesake Michael at Euro Republic of Ireland boss Martin O Neill is determined to join namesake Michael at the Euro 2016 finals as he plots a way past Bosnia Herzegovina European Championships Play off Martin O Neill Deal me in for fresh battles with Republic of Martin O Neill has admitted he would be open to extending his contract as Republic of Ireland manager Northern Ireland v Latvia Chris Baird will hand the baton over to versatile Paddy McNair There were laughs from Chris Baird when the subject of Paddy McNair s impressive versatility cropped up more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans Euro 2016 Roy Keane Manchester United is in my DNA Steven Gerrard was good and I wanted to play Euro 2016 Panini sticker album marks Northern Ireland Euro 2016 heroics with elusive shiny Euro 2016 Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener Euro 2016 Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have

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  • Football - Euro 2012 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Ireland v Latvia Kyle Lafferty s goalden pride in overtaking legends of game Kyle Lafferty started the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with nine international goals and ended it with sweet 16 New Northern Ireland kit Readers designs With the furore surrounding the new Northern Ireland kit we asked you to design your own Send us your designsThink you could design a better Northern Ireland shirt Email your design to digital editorial belfasttelegraph co uk It s a City Hall party for Michael O Neill s Euro 2016 Northern Ireland heroes Northern Ireland star Stuart Dallas believes the team can make a big impact in the Euro 2016 finals Billy Bingham s nine game unbeaten Northern Ireland run can be Micheal O Neill s target Northern Ireland are on an unbeaten run of SEVEN matches Amid all the celebrations after qualifying for the Euro 2016 finals that pleasing statistic has been forgotten about by most Latvia manager Marians Pahars excited for Northern Ireland battle Latvia boss Marians Pahars is relishing the chance to take on Northern Ireland as he begins preparations for his country s World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign Northern Ireland boss Michael O Neill deserves to get a long term deal says Warren Feeney Former Northern Ireland striker Warren Feeney has stated that it is a no brainer for the Irish FA to hand manager Michael O Neill a new four year contract From Coagh to the Champs Elysees for daring Stuart Dallas as winger targets European Stuart Dallas was playing intermediate football for Coagh United five years ago The Cookstown man has come a long way since then and is intent on travelling even further All the way to France with Northern Ireland next year for starters European Championships Playoff Martin O Neill is urging Republic of Ireland to seize their Euro Martin O Neill has told the Republic of Ireland not to throw away the chance to book their place at the Euro 2016 finals Northern Ireland team honoured at Belfast City Hall after Euro 2016 qualifying success The Northern Ireland football team has been honoured at a civic reception at Belfast City Hall Poll What do you make of the new Northern Ireland kit unveiled ahead of the European The IFA has unveiled the new Northern Ireland kit for the team s France adventure at next year s European Championships more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans Euro 2016 Roy Keane Manchester United is in my DNA Steven Gerrard was good and I wanted to play Euro 2016 Panini sticker album marks Northern Ireland Euro 2016 heroics with elusive shiny Euro 2016 Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener Euro 2016 Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern

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  • Football - Euro 2012 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    O Neill touches turns to gold at the moment Davis leads way for all our boys across the water Northern Ireland skipper Steven Davis is loving life at present Still on a high after inspiring his country to the Euro 2016 finals with a two goal blast against Greece last month the midfielder is in sensational form for his club too Caolan Lavery moves into Northern Ireland Euro squad contention with top strike Caolan Lavery is hoping to be Michael O Neill s wildcard choice for the Euro 2016 finals O Neill knows he can rely on classy Craig Cathcart You won t hear many of the television pundits talking about him but down Watford way the supporters will tell you that Northern Ireland s Craig Cathcart has been one of the most consistent players in the Premier League this season Blow for Republic of Ireland fans as FAI receives just 600 tickets for Bosnia away match Irish fans hoping to pick up a ticket for the away play off leg against Bosnia in Zenica have been dealt a massive blow with the FAI only receiving 600 tickets Northern Ireland need a glamour clash en route to Euro 2016 finals The Irish FA are planning to bring big name opposition to play Northern Ireland at Windsor Park before the Euro 2016 finals IFA marks European Championships qualification with friendly tickets priced at 20 16 The IFA has come up with a clever ticketing price structure for its upcoming friendly with Latvia at Windsor Park to mark the national team s qualification for the European Championships Euro finals fate in our hands says Republic boss Martin O Neill Republic of Ireland manager Martin O Neill has named a provisional 39 man squad for the Euro 2016 qualifying play off against Bosnia Herzegovina Frustrated Lafferty needs exit route from Norwich City Kyle Lafferty will be getting used to it by now but that won t decrease his frustration Liam Boyce has his eye on a few finals next year Liam Boyce is having the best season of his life Yes even better than when he inspired Cliftonville to back to back Irish League titles Momentum is key for Michael O Neill against Latvians in Northern Ireland friendly Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill wants a minimum of four friendlies before the Euro 2016 finals begin and first up in the team s preparation for France will be to take on Latvia next month Northern Ireland to play Latvia in Euro 2016 warm up game Northern Ireland will kick start their preparations for the European Championships finals with a friendly against Latvia more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans Euro 2016 Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener Euro 2016 Panini sticker album

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  • Football - Euro 2012 - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Windsor hero Josh Magennis must carry on scoring Josh Magennis will forever be associated with the historic night Northern Ireland qualified for the European Championship finals Martin may be Hungary to hear Michael s inside track Northern Ireland boss Michael O Neill may receive a call from his Republic of Ireland counterpart Martin O Neill depending on how the draw for the Euro 2016 play offs turns out tomorrow Hamilton s Michael McGovern still in dreamland after Northern Ireland heroics Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern is focused on maintaining his club form to ensure he sees his Euro 2016 dream through Jimmy Nicholl 80s were great times now we have new heroes Northern Ireland legend Jimmy Nicholl has described the current team s Euro 2016 qualification as one of his greatest experiences in football and offered his advice to all the players aiming to be involved in the action in France next year Race for places in Northern Ireland squad starts now for the Euro 2016 opener Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill will already have thought about it his starting XI for his country s first match at the European Championship finals Michael McGovern Northen Ireland players must shine at their clubs now Goalkeeper Michael McGovern says the incentive is great for Northern Ireland s international heroes to now deliver big performances at club level No Laff I want French on first night of Euro finals insists Kyle Northern Ireland goalscoring sensation Kyle Lafferty has declared he wants a crack at hosts France in the opening match of the Euro 2016 finals Michael O Neill Kyle Lafferty Gareth McAuley and Steve Davis all merit top marks after Northern Ireland have produced a stunning and successful Euro 2016 campaign qualifying for the tournament for the first time in the nation s history Here s my assessment of the contributions of the manager Michael O Neill and his players Paddy McNair out of hospital after liver injury scare Paddy McNair is due to leave hospital in Finland today but faces two more weeks on the sidelines after suffering liver damage Who ll refuse entry if you re wearing a Northern Ireland shirt We hit the streets to find out After a furore over a Northern Ireland football fan who was refused entry to a funfair because he was wearing the team s tracksuit the Belfast Telegraph took to the city s streets to visit our landmark attractions and bars bearing the green and white jersey Wales 2 0 Andorra Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey lead Dragons to victory in Euro 2016 Wales finished their memorable Euro 2016 campaign on a winning note as Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale crowned a Cardiff party with second half goals against Andorra more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans

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  • Roy Keane: Manchester United is in my DNA, Steven Gerrard was good and I wanted to play in an Old Firm game so snubbed Real Madrid for Celtic - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Pat McGibbonÕs Train To Be Smart TTBS Juniors charity at the Armagh City Hotel Pat McGibbon with Roy Keane right at the event Picture by Jonathan Porter PressEye Manchester United legend and current Republic of Ireland Assistant Manger Roy Keane takes part in former Northern Ireland international Pat McGibbonÕs Train To Be Smart TTBS Juniors charity at the Armagh City Hotel Pat McGibbon left with Roy Keane centre at the event Picture by Jonathan Porter PressEye Manchester United legend and current Republic of Ireland Assistant Manger Roy Keane takes part in former Northern Ireland international Pat McGibbonÕs Train To Be Smart TTBS Juniors charity at the Armagh City Hotel Pat McGibbon with Roy Keane right at the event Picture by Jonathan Porter PressEye Former Manchester United player Roy Keane In my career I went to the right teams I worked with the right coaches and a year playing in the League of Ireland with Cork was massively important in terms of gaining experience Physically I did struggle at a young age but when I got to 17 18 and moved to England I managed to adapt to the game and got bigger and stronger All the lads I hung around with were mad about sport be it hurling football soccer or boxing Two of my brothers ended up playing in the League of Ireland so there was good competition in the family My dad and granddad had sporting backgrounds so I had good DNA I did enjoy it but maybe even as a young kid I took sport too seriously Even from eight years of age I was very driven which helped me a lot later in my career but really when you are eight nine 10 years of age you should be trying to enjoy the game but even at that age I was all about winning and that can take its toll ON MOVING TO NOTTINGHAM FOREST All I wanted when I was young was a trial I didn t have too much time for school which I m embarrassed to say because I have kids now and I would say to them to try and get a good education I wouldn t say I was a cocky kid but knew if I got a trial in England I wouldn t be coming back Nobody was touching me at 15 so to get to Forest for a trial was what I was after Once I got that trial at Forest it sat right with me with Brian Clough the manager there When they signed me what helped was that he put me in the first team pretty quickly Brian Clough was very grounded and we would talk about great sportspeople quite a bit Brian Clough on top of his managerial ability was a good man That was important ON WHEN BRIAN CLOUGH THREW A PUNCH AT KEANE If that happened now a manger would probably be sacked but this is going back years I never felt bad about it I never thought what he done to me was wrong I gave a back pass against Crystal Palace in the Cup and they scored from it and that meant we had to have a replay Brian Clough didn t like travelling and I came in after the game and he asked me about the back pass Really it was the goalkeeper Mark Crossley s fault but being a team player I took the rap for him Brian punched me in the chest and I always remember it was a Wednesday night and after every Wednesday game I would go out in Nottingham but I was so shocked that night I stayed in after the game I wasn t angry towards him I just dealt with it ON MOVING TO MANCHESTER UNITED The three years at Forest were brilliant We had highs and lows and got relegated in my final season There was a clause in my contract if we got relegated and a club paid 3 5million I could go I spoke to Blackburn United hadn t come in for me at that stage I was 21 or 22 at the time I met Kenny Dalglish agreed a contract with them and a pay rise I thought Blackburn were going places with Dalglish They had got Alan Shearer in and I agreed a deal on a Friday night On the Friday they said would I come back on the Monday when the offices were open again and I said yes It was the end of the season so I went back to Cork for a few days and on Sunday morning I woke up and got a phone call from Alex Ferguson asking to go and meet him I met Brian Kidd and Alex Ferguson played a game of snooker with them and had the usual small talk they told me how great I was and I believed them I decided I wanted to go to United In the meantime Kenny Dalglish phoned up and I said I had agreed to go to United and he was fuming I said to him I was going to Cyprus on holiday with a few mates and when I came back I was going to sign for United and he said I m going to find you Every bar in Ayia Napa I was looking over my shoulder expecting to see Kenny Dalglish ON PLAYING FOR UNITED I was ready for it I played against United a few times for Forest and against Robbo Bryan Robson and Incey Paul Ince I had lost an FA Cup final to Tottenham and a League Cup final to United and I wanted a bit more I was ready for trophies Going to United opened my eyes I was working with Des Walker and Stuart Pearce at Forest really good players but within a week or two at United I felt I needed to up my game United lads were just a bit sharper a bit quicker a different level I wasn t stepping back I was like bring it on this was what I was in the game for It was everything I thought it would be I went to United after they had just won the league there was momentum they had really good players and more importantly they had really good characters Incey Robbo Brucey Steve Bruce Pally Gary Pallister Brilliant lads ON WINNING TITLES CUPS AND MEDALS GALORE AT UNITED I was at United for 12 and a half years and in that time at that club you are going to win trophies The stats of my titles and medals don t rock my boat or impress me I m not really interested in my medals I m more about good memories If do look back it is at the people and players I worked with Good lads We didn t discuss money and who was getting what The lads I worked with had hunger and desire to win trophies ON HIS FIRST RED CARD AT UNITED FOR A STAMP ON GARETH SOUTHGATE I have made the point before to Gareth that you have to stay on your feet and Gareth was off his feet that night Regarding red cards I always played on the edge People always remind me of the players I tackled forgetting that I got tackled as well A lot of sending offs were actually revenge ON BECOMING UNITED CAPTAIN No big deal Trust me no big deal It s not like I applied for it Obviously when Sir Alex Ferguson gave it to me he thought I might be a good leader but when he told me I wasn t jumping about the garden When I got the armband I just made sure that I didn t take my eye off the ball When some players get the armband they think they have to do something extraordinary but I just wanted to keep doing what I was doing ON BEING UNITED S MOST SUCCESSFUL CAPTAIN That was easy When I looked round in the tunnel and saw players like Butty Nicky Butt Becks David Beckham Giggsy Ryan Giggs Scholesy Paul Scholes and Peter Schmeichel I would think there is a chance we are going to win here It wasn t that hard trust me They were all good decent grounded lads We would come in and train every day 11 v 11 not complicated and have a good game at the end of it and a game would be a game None of this you can t tackle each other At different times I d be up against Robbo Scholesy or Veron and I would think this will be harder than the game on Saturday ON FACING UP TO ARSENAL S PATRICK VIEIRA IN THE HIGHBURY TUNNEL There was a massive rivalry between Arsenal and ourselves Patrick played in the middle of the park and so did I They were a decent team with some characters in their side They were talking in the tunnel about getting Gary Neville and it irritated me not because it was Gary just because they thought they could bully us before the game Patrick was getting on my nerves and I told him I would see him outside and I did and we won 4 2 ON LEAVING UNITED AND MOVING TO CELTIC Leaving United it s no sob story It s just part of life You come to the end of working with somebody I definitely think United treated me badly at the end because I didn t do anything wrong When I left United that day my love for the game changed a bit I was badly hurting People think I go around bad mouthing Man United but I had the best 12 and a half years of my life at the club I know I will never get anywhere near to that but when I went home that day I probably should have retired I had a good innings I was 34 but then you are waiting by the phone Celtic came in I spoke to Everton Real Madrid offered me a year and a half and at 34 would I go to Spain for a year and a half I had doubts in my own head Self doubts do creep in with the injuries and would I want to go abroad with my family The Celtic move was a bit of a treat for me Gordon Strachan didn t really need me because he had Neil Lennon and Stiliyan Petrov but when I went to Celtic what I wanted to do was play against Rangers I fancied that one game I was travelling from Manchester to Edinburgh on a plane hiring a car and driving to Glasgow to train My own preparation at Celtic wasn t great I have got to be critical of myself Trust me getting a flight in the morning and then travelling by car to Glasgow at seven in the morning wasn t good and then I tore my hamstring twice up there I still had a year left of my contract at Celtic but that summer I was on holiday and I thought I had had enough Gordon didn t try hard to persuade me otherwise and that was it game over Even though it didn t work out I m grateful that I had the chance to play for Celtic ON LEAVING THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND TEAM IN SAIPAN AHEAD OF THE 2002 WORLD CUP I look back and I was very ambitious Even when I was eight or nine I would ask the boys to be on time for training In the World Cup I suppose Saipan was a combination of 10 or 15 frustrating years I was the captain I wasn t on an ego trip I just wanted things to be right I had a big disagreement with the manager Mick McCarthy when we got over there There was no training gear and all that really frustrated me That all settled down after a few days we had a meeting had a big disagreement and then I came back People say about regrets and not playing in that World Cup but I never lost a wink of sleep over it If I had accepted all that nonsense and retired without falling out with anybody I would have felt a bit of a fraud It is up to the senior players to put their foot down and I mean in a nice way and I look back at Mick at that time and a lot of it wasn t Mick s fault It s not up to the manager to make sure the gear is there There were a lot of frustrations then you have an argument in front of a bunch of people and there s no going back I told Mick where to go Am I proud of all that stuff No I m not proud of it but sometimes you ve got to fight your corner Ironically now I m back with Ireland and there s a bit of craic with it We fly on a nice flight and the players will say Cheers Roy thanks for that and we also have kit ON HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH SIR ALEX FERGUSON People think I m just going to criticise him but I had 12 and a half years with Alex Ferguson and it was fantastic We had brilliant times together Manchester United suited my DNA It was everything that I wished for I loved the pressure the big games the supporters It only went wrong at the end ON HIS TOUGHEST OPPONENT Zinedine Zidane He was a top player ON LIVERPOOL LEGEND STEVEN GERRARD He was a good player He was a really good player I don t throw around these lines that everyone was a great player or a legend That s all nonsense He was a really good player and I think he would have done well at United He won Liverpool a lot of big games Good player Gerrard You can t take that away from him ON NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE REPUBLIC BEING AT EURO 2016 It is great for both countries though we will both do well to win a corner with the groups we are in LAUGHS There s excitement for Ireland and we have a bit of spirit about us As much as we are short in certain areas we do give it a go We could lose the three matches but with Martin O Neill there and a bit of luck you never know Northern Ireland have a tough group too They will go there with spirit and momentum and it looks like the players are right behind the manager Michael O Neill and playing for the manager which helps but it will be difficult for them ON WORKING WITH MARTIN O NEILL I feel very lucky to be working with Martin I love what I am doing now and enjoy working with Martin and the players I do not take it for granted that I m working with good people like Martin After Martin became Ireland manager he phoned me up and and asked me about joining him I had worked with Martin as a pundit for ITV and enjoyed his company There are strange connections with me and Martin We worked with Brian Clough when we were players at Nottingham Forest we have connections with Celtic and Sunderland and we both like American football We get on really well together and you can t put a price on that It is massive to me There are a lot of people in sport some good guys and some bad guys and Martin is a good guy ON LOUIS VAN GAAL AND MANCHESTER UNITED AT THE MOMENT I know the manager is getting a lot of criticism at the moment but sometimes the players have to take control of the situation I always think if you can pass it forward quickly then do it Possession is well and good but it s all about putting the ball in the back of the net I see a lot of midfielders at Manchester United obsessed with possession and retaining the ball but if you can do things quickly do it They are having a difficult spell I don t know Louis van Gaal I ve never worked with him They are struggling at the moment but any club in their history will have difficult spells Man United have had worse times than this time they were relegated before They have had great times but you can t keep looking back I just can t understand the supporter a proper supporter and I do understand frustration when your team isn t doing well but to boo a manager or the team why Are you a supporter only for good days Support the team Get behind the team ON PLAYING WITH CRISTIANO RONALDO Brilliant brilliant Talented guy Good looking lad Ronaldo was also a decent lad It s no surprise to see what he is doing now Scores lots of goals does it every season doesn t get injured and scores in big games I m a big fan of Ronaldo ON RETURNING TO MANAGEMENT HAVING ALREADY BEEN BOSS OF SUNDERLAND AND IPSWICH I m open minded I like stability in my life but I also like to think there may be something round the corner Would I look at the right opportunity if it came up Yes maybe so If something came up after the Euros I would look at it and if I stay with Ireland fantastic ON SAYING YES TO PAT McGIBBON S INVITATION TO APPEAR AT THE CHARITY FUNCTION Pat was a good team mate of mine If you can t do a favour for someone then there s something wrong ON ANY REGRETS No regrets Things happen like

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  • Panini sticker album marks Northern Ireland Euro 2016 heroics with elusive shiny - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    marketing activations and reaching out to fans of all ages We are also busy working on our plans for the Panini Euro 2016 sticker and trading card launches next year Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Northern Ireland s Steven Davis eyes Wembley send off to France O Neill s improved deal with Irish FA is not far away How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none By Nevin Farrell A Northern Ireland fan whose photograph was used in a campaign urging people to go to Euro 2016 has himself missed out on tickets Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans By Steven Beacom The Irish FA have vowed to work closely with Uefa in the coming weeks to make sure that the 1 267 extra Euro 2016 tickets for Northern Ireland fans are allocated correctly this time Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener By Steven Beacom and Jonny Bell The IFA have said an extra 437 tickets will be released for Northern Ireland s opening Euro 2016 game against Poland Northern Ireland hero Gerry Armstrong Sort out our loyal fans over Euro 2016 tickets mess By Jonny Bell Gerry Armstrong has demanded football authorities ensure loyal Northern Ireland fans do not miss out on the team s Euro 2016 adventure in France Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland fan in Euro 2016 ticket ad ends up with none Euro 2016 Euro 2016 Just the ticket for loyal Northern Ireland fans Euro 2016 Roy Keane Manchester United is in my DNA Steven Gerrard was good and I wanted to play Euro 2016 Panini sticker album marks Northern Ireland Euro 2016 heroics with elusive shiny Euro 2016 Northern Ireland Euro 2016 400 extra tickets released for Poland opener Euro 2016 Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern

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  • Lafferty is facing Norwich stay after rejecting Sion loan - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    joined on loan from Chelsea on Saturday He joined the Canaries in 2014 and scored once in 20 games before joining Turkish side Caykur Rizespor on loan in the second half of last season Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Northern Ireland boss Michael O Neill to sign four year deal Northern Ireland manager Michael O Neill is ready to sign his new four year contract with the Irish Football Association Video Watch Martin O Neill s brilliant stint as a Super Bowl pundit By Tom Sheen Martin O Neill was an international and top flight football player The Irish legend that Jack built He s spotted three mischievous mallards frollicking in a pond at the bottom of his garden oblivious to the wild squalls which batter this quiet patch of countryside to the north west of Newcastle Slovakia clash rules out an all Ireland test By Stuart McKinley Northern Ireland will not face the Republic of Ireland in a pre Euro 2016 friendly Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Northern Ireland boss Michael O Neill to sign four year deal International Slovakia clash rules out an all Ireland test International O Neill doesn t fear Greeks International Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty left in limbo until Norwich City recruit International Euro 2016 Markarian s resignation not accepted by Greece chief International Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles Northern Ireland Boot out of rugby coaches who rush players with brain injuries back onto Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Belfast footbridge plan still being pushed despite 7m funding shortfall Titanic II Take a

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