The former Dundalk manager and now Ireland manager hasn’t had the best luck in his current term head of the boys in green and the 49 year has come out to defend his reign and is adamant that this is a long term goal and shouldn’t be seen as short sighted.
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Ireland sit second from the bottom of Group A with one point so far and their chances of qualifying for the World Cup in 2022 in Qatar are over. Ireland have struggled to score and put in a great performance against Portugal last week, but Ireland really do have to start getting results under the Ireland manger.