Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor have been relieved of their duties as Apoel's management team.
Only two months into his tenure Mccarthy has been in a bad run of form losing the last four games and leaving the side in 11th place.
The club released the following
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Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy and Under-21s manager Stephen Kenny praised 'a brilliant exercise' as the U-21s secured a 2-1 victory in a training match.
Played at the FAI National Training Centre, the behind-closed-doors fixture was a full 90-minute match as Ireland continue their preparations for the UEFA European Championships
Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has boosted his striking options ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers against Denmark and Gibraltar with Callum Robinson and Scott Hogan included in a squad for a training camp in Portugal.
Robinson returns after injury ruled him out of the March wins against Gibraltar and Georgia while
Mick McCarthy has handed goalkeeper Mark Travers and strikers Padraig Amond and James Collins their first call-ups to the senior squad.
Newport County’s Padraig Amond has been named in Mick McCarthys first Ireland International squad after some stellar performances against Man City & Leicester.
The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that Declan Rice (West Ham United) has opted to purse his international career with England.
Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy said: "Declan rang me today and said he has decided to give it a go with England. Good luck to him."
Rice played three
The Aviva Stadium will be the venue for Mick McCarthy's first home game in his second spell as Republic of Ireland manager as Georgia come hunting for three points in a crucial EURO 2020 qualifier.
The countdown clock recently ticked past 500 days to go to the next staging of the
Anyone who has seen the cult TV series ‘The Prisoner’ starring Patrick McGoohan [as Number Six] will be familiar with the character of Number Two. The series is set in an unidentified ‘village’ where people have numbers instead of names and where Number Two is in charge. She or he
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is set to leave his role at Dundalk and take up the Ireland U21’s management role.
The role will develop into him taking the senior managers job from Mick McCarthy in 2020.
The FAI are doing a press conference tomorrow at 3pm to confirm the above.
More to follow.
According to the Irish Independent today, Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is flying in to Ireland today to have a look at Daryl Horgan during Dundalk's Europa League clash with AZ Alkmaar tonight.
McCarthy has already mentioned that he has had his eye on the Galwegian winger so this comes as
Shelbourne FC have announced that they will face Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town in a friendly game at Tolka Park on July 11th 2015.
It will be a pre season warm up game for McCarthy's men, as they prepare for another year in the Championship after losing out in the Play off's