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Video: Louis Van Gaal Angrily Walks Out Of Press Conference

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal is certainly a man under pressure, as the Red Devils have lost their last three games. With José Mourinho currently looking for work, many United fans are calling for the club to sack their Dutch manager. Both style and results have been negative, and it is unclear if United will opt to stick with the …

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Report: Louis Van Gaal Could Be Sacked This Week

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal is on the verge of being sacked after the Red Devils suffered a third consecutive defeat on Saturday at home to Norwich. With games against Stoke City and Chelsea approaching next week, United need points sooner rather than later if they want to keep up their title challenge. The loss at home to the …

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Gary Neville Appointed Valencia Manager

In an unlikely turn of events, Gary Neville has been appointed as manager of Spanish side Valencia. The former Manchester United and England full-back has been working with Sky Sports as a pundit in recent seasons, and although he has coaching experience, he has never had a top job himself. BREAKING: Gary Neville has been appointed as Head Coach of …

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Tipperary Appoint New Senior Football Manager

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Liam Kearns has been appointed as the new senior football manager of Tipperary, it has been confirmed on their official website. The Tralee native has managed Laois and Limerick in the past. He guided the Treaty to back-to-back Munster finals, where they lost out to Kerry on both occasions. He also led Limerick to successive Munster titles and All-Ireland finals at …

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Eamon O’Shea Rules Himself Out Of Galway Job

One of the highest profile managers currently out of a coaching role has ruled himself out of taking the job as Galway hurling manager. Eamon O’Shea, who is based in Galway with work in NUIG as a professor of Economics, ended his three year tenure as manager of Tipperary with an All-Ireland semi-final loss to the Tribesmen in August. O’Shea …

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Galway Players Will Strike If Anthony Cunningham Is Kept On As Manager

The Galway hurlers have reiterated their stance against manager Anthony Cunningham last night, despite weeks of mediation between all parties. In September, the county board ratified Cunningham as manager for 2016 following their All-Ireland final loss to Kilkenny. However, the players then announced that they did not support the appointment. According to RTÉ, the players held a secret ballot last …

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PJ O’Mullan Appointed Antrim Senior Hurling Manager

It has been confirmed tonight that PJ O’Mullan is the new manager of the Antrim senior hurlers. The 41 year-old has won an All-Ireland title in charge of Loughiel Shamrocks, as well as four Antrim and Ulster titles. Antrim will compete in Division 2A of the National Hurling League and the Christy Ring Cup in 2016. O’Mullan’s primary task will …

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Anthony Cunningham Will Not Manage Galway In Boston This Month

In the aftermath of Galway’s All-Ireland Final loss to Kilkenny, Anthony Cunningham was ratified as manager of the senior hurlers for another 12 months. However, the players unanimously voted in favour of finding somebody else to take charge. Since then, there has been little indication from the west as to who will manage the Tribesmen in 2016. However, the biggest …

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Eddie Brennan Confirmed As New Kilkenny U21 Hurling Manager

The least surprising news in the history of the GAA was announced tonight, as Brian Cody was ratified by the Kilkenny county board to continue as manager of the senior hurlers for 2016. The James Stephens clubman has now won 11 All-Ireland titles at the helm of the Cats since taking over in 1999, and will be hungry to break …

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Down Appoint Eamonn Burns As Senior Football Manager

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Eamon Burns has been appointed the Down Senior Football manager, it was confirmed last night. Burns was central to the Mourne County’s All-Ireland triumphs in 1991 and 1994. He scored two points from play at midfield in the 1991 decider as Down defeated Meath 1-16 to 1-14, on a day when they ended a 23 year drought and brought Sam Maguire …

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Martin Storey To Be Appointed As Wicklow Hurling Manager

Hurling in Wicklow has been on the rise in recent seasons, and it is set to receive a massive boost with the news that former Wexford All-Ireland winning captain Martin Storey will take over as manager of the senior hurling team. The Irish Independent are reporting that he will be ratified by the county board next Monday. The Garden County reached …

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Potential Replacements For José Mourinho Lined Up

Following their League Cup exit at the hands of Stoke City last night, Chelsea’s form is continuing on a downward trajectory, and many feel it will not be long before Roman Abramovich runs out of patience with manager José Mourinho. The Premier League champions have had a dire start to the season, winning just three times in the league in ten …

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Aston Villa Eye Up Remi Garde As Replacement For Tim Sherwood

Tim Sherwood was sacked yesterday following six consecutive losses in the Premier League, as Aston Villa find themselves rooted to the foot of the table with just four points. Having been appointed eight months ago after Paul Lambert was dismissed, Sherwood steered Villa to safety and also guided them to an FA Cup Final where they lost to Arsenal. However, …

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Patrick Vieira Set To Become New York FC Manager

According to a report by Sports Illustrated, former Arsenal, Inter Milan and Manchester City midfielder Patrick Vieira is set to take over as manager of New York FC. Having made some high profile signings in their first year as a club, the MLS side will be keen to push on and improve in their second season, and it reported that …

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Ciarán Carey To Manage Kerry Hurlers In 2016

Having won the Christy Ring Cup this year, Kerry earned the right to compete in the Liam McCarthy Cup for 2016. They replace Antrim in the Leinster round-robin, and will face up against Westmeath, Carlow and Offaly. The top two in the group go through to the Leinster quarter-finals to face either Laois or Galway, while the bottom team is condemned to …

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Peadar Healy Announced As New Cork Football Manager

The Cork County Board have ratified Peadar Healy as the new manager of the senior footballers. The Naomh Abán clubman previously worked as selector under Conor Counihan when the Rebels last captured Sam Maguire, defeating Down in the All-Ireland final in 2010. He worked under Counihan from 2008-2013. In more recent times, Healy has coached with Dr Crokes and O’Donovan Rossa. …

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Jurgen Klopp: I Am Not The Special One, I Am The Normal One

Today, Jurgen Klopp was officially unveiled as the new manager of Liverpool Football Club. When introducing himself to the English media, Klopp was asked to describe himself. This in light of the fact that José Mourinho labelled himself the ‘Special One’ upon initial arrival in England. However, Klopp refused to get drawn on such a comparison, stating that he is “normal”. “If …

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