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Mick McCarthy

Association football player and manager

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Mick McCarthy: Association football player and manager
Michael Joseph McCarthy is a professional football manager, pundit and former player who is currently the manager of the Republic of Ireland. Born in Barnsley, England with an Irish father, he played for the Republic of Ireland on 57 occasions scoring two goals.

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Kenny replaces McCarthy as Republic of Ireland boss

Stephen Kenny replaces Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect after the Euro play-offs were indefinitely postponed.
BBC News - Published

How Tyrone Mings went from barman and mortgage adviser to England international

From throwing a sickie to having a 'growl' at Mick McCarthy. How Tyrone Mings rose from the non-league to fulfil his dreams.
BBC News - Published

McCarthy hails Collins as Republic of Ireland beat Bulgaria

Mick McCarthy heaps praise on James Collins after the Luton striker's goal seals a 3-1 Republic of Ireland friendly win over Bulgaria.
BBC News - Published

'We had 30 shots and couldn't score' - Republic boss McCarthy thrilled to beat Gibraltar

'we had 30 shots and couldn't score' - republic boss mccarthy thrilled to beat gibraltar
Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy is "delighted" with the result, if not the performance, after a lacklustre 2-0 win over minnows Gibraltar.
BBC News - Published

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