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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane look set to become the new coaching staff of the Republic of Ireland national team

Roy Keane will understand Martin O'Neill is Republic of Ireland boss, expects Ray Houghton

The pair have been confirmed as the new management team

Keane, Southgate and another difference of opinion

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The former midfielder is set to be Martin O'Neill's assistant as Republic of Ireland manager

Chris Hughton, Norwich's manager, will not be pleased to have been knocked out of the FA Cup by Luton

Norwich manager Chris Hughton becomes latest contender to rule himself out of Republic of Ireland running

Leeds manager Brian McDermott is not interested in the role either

Tyne trials: Sunderland’s manager Paolo Di Canio tests his players against the clock ahead of today’s derby

Paolo Di Canio plans to get jump on Newcastle

Italian hopes dust will settle on his controversial appointment but for now a potentially incendiary Tyne-Wear clash awaits

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Simon Mignolet calls for cool heads as Sunderland prepare for relegation battle

Newcastle next up after nine-game winless streak

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New Sunderland manager has been a controversial appointment

Martin O'Neill pays for failure to create history at Sunderland

He had pedigree, was a Sunderland fan and had a point to prove. The Ulsterman arrived at the Stadium of Light as the dream ticket but could not revive the club

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Simon Mignolet agent hints at Sunderland exit for goalkeeper

Belgian stopper, who has been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal, forced to clarify comments

James McClean chose not to wear a Remembrance Day poppy on his shirt last weekend against Everton

James McClean closes Twitter account following tweet about IRA song

Sunderland winger has caused controversy before on social networking site

Louis Saha

Louis Saha told he can leave Sunderland

Frenchman has failed to make impact at Stadium of Light

Adam Johnson scored Sunderland’s second goal against West Ham
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France Under-21 international is a defensive midfielder

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Alfred N'Diaye set for £2m Sunderland switch

Fee agreed for the France Under-21 midfielder

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Sunderland midfielder David Meyler in talks with Hull over possible transfer

The two clubs have agreed a fee for the 23-year-old Republic of Ireland international

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