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Adam Idah Double Leads Kenny’s Kids To Dominant Win

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Stephen Kenny’s tenure as Ireland u21 manager got off to the perfect start earlier today with a 3-0 win over Luxembourg at Tallaght Stadium. Fans will be buoyed by the dominant display put on by Kenny’s kids, especially after the poor start to life under Mick McCarthy for the senior side who laboured to a 1-0 victory over Gibraltar yesterday. …

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Five Players Who Were Unlucky To Miss Out On Irish U21s Squad

On Wednesday, Stephen Kenny named his first 23-man Irish U21s squad ahead of their European Qualifier against Luxembourg on March 23rd. The former Dundalk boss included 23 players in his squad with a mix of domestic standouts and young prospects impressing in both England and central Europe. With the plethora of young talent available to Stephen Kenny and the U21s, …

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Ireland Name Exciting U21’s Squad Ahead Of Kenny’s First Qualifier

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Stephen Kenny has named his first squad as Ireland U21’s manager ahead of their opening European Championship qualifiers against Luxembourg. The ex-Dundalk boss has named a 23-man squad ahead of his first qualifier in two weeks time, with 17-year old Spurs striker Troy Parrott fast-tracked to the side from the U19s. The squad also includes seven League of Ireland players …

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Stephen Kenny Gives Positive Update On Potential Parrott & Idah Call-Ups

Irish U21s manager Stephen Kenny has given a positive update about potentially including U19s standout strikers Troy Parrott and Adam Idah in his upcoming squads for their European qualifiers. Parrott and Idah have both impressed for their respective clubs this season with the former grabbing 14 goals for Spurs’ U18s and the latter scoring eight times for Norwich U23s. Both …

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Surprise Names Emerge As Dundalk Search For Kenny Replacement

As Stephen Kenny departs from Oriel Park for the bright lights of the Irish U21s, it’s time for Dundalk to look ahead to the future and there’s already some interesting names being linked with the job. Irish U17s coach Mick Neville is the current frontrunner to take the job alongside Kenny’s former assistant Vinny Perth who is the second favourite, …

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Dundalk Release Statement Over Stephen Kenny’s Departure

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Dundalk FC have released a statement addressing the departure of their former manager, Stephen Kenny, who has taken up the vacant U-21 Republic of Ireland job.  Kenny who was unveiled to the media today as the new U-21 boss, has produced some superb work for the Lilywhites where he helped the Oriel Park outfit win four out of the last …

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Pros & Cons Of FAI Surprising Appointment Of McCarthy And Kenny

FAI appointment of Mick McCarthy and Stephen Kenny

Well, who saw that coming from the FAI? After a quick turnaround between Martin O’Neill’s sacking and Mick McCarthy’s appointment, the plot took yet another twist in a scenario that nobody could have predicted. As anticipated, McCarthy will be installed as senior boss for his second spell, a process accelerated by the impending Euro 2020 draw in Dublin. Having seemingly turned …

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It’d Be A Disaster – Roddy Collins Hits Out At Potential Kenny Appointment

Veteran League of Ireland manager Roddy Collins has hit out at the idea of Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny taking over the Irish mantle from Martin O’Neill saying the appointment would be “a disaster.” Speaking to Pundit Arena, the former Bohemians manager firmly struck down the idea of Stephen Kenny potential becoming the new Irish boss, claiming that the 47-year old …

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St Pats Release Statement Endorsing Stephen Kenny For Ireland Job

St Patrick’s Athletic FC have released a public statement endorsing Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny in his bid to take the reins over the Irish national team. It does seem to be something of a two-horse race as speculation over the identity of the next Ireland manager continues to dominate the headlines. Managerial duo Martin O’Neil and Roy Keane stepped down …

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