O’Neill Resigns: The Latest Odds On The Next Republic Of Ireland Manager

Martin O’Neill ended his five year spell as the Republic of Ireland manager after relegation from their Nations League group was confirmed on Monday evening.

During his five years, the former Leicester City and Aston Villa boss’ greatest achievement was guiding the boys in green to the Round of 16 in Euro 2016.

But failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup and subsequent poor performances, O’Neill plus his backroom staff, including Roy Keane have decided to leave their positions.

This leaves the FAI the task of replacing him before the start of Euro 2020 qualifying campaign that starts in March 2019.

We take a look at the bookies’ favourites.

Damien Duff 50/1

Duff has been involved in the national team youth set-up since retiring from the game in December 2015.

The winger made 100 international appearances for his country and would be a popular choice.

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