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# John O'Shea

Last month
April 2024
FAI confirm John O'Shea to continue as interim head coach for June friendlies
FAI confirm John O'Shea to continue as interim head coach for June friendlies
O’Shea will remain in charge for the games against Hungary and Portugal.
'I've no idea on that' - O'Shea in dark as FAI delay manager announcement once again
March 2024
'I don’t know whether I would want to do any more' - Brian Kerr on Ireland future
'That’s a wait and see job' - O'Shea in the dark with the rest of us about FAI's managerial search
'I think he will be in the running' - Captain Coleman backs O'Shea for Irish job
John O'Shea after interim job: 'I’m more than ready and capable to be a manager'
What people don't like to admit about the Ireland managerial search
126 days on from Stephen Kenny’s departure, fans are still no closer to knowing the identity of his successor.
O'Shea: 'I’m more than ready and capable to be a manager'
O’Shea is set to step aside for the incoming Irish boss next month.
Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Switzerland
O'Shea insists nothing has changed as speculation swirls he will be full-time Irish boss
O'Shea largely sticks with Kenny's blueprint - with one key difference
The interim boss oversaw a goalless draw with Belgium on Saturday.
Ireland's Player of the Match will be key for the next manager
There was one subtle but significant difference to the Stephen Kenny era last night
Ireland earned a creditable draw with Belgium in John O’Shea’s first game as interim boss.
O'Shea admits to frustration after goalless draw that Belgian boss deems 'boring'
Ireland v Belgium, international friendly
Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Belgium?
Interim boss John O’Shea has some tough calls to make ahead of Saturday’s friendly.
O'Shea has many qualities to succeed as Irish boss - but he must deal with severe midfield limitations
'You do take it personally' - Szmodics on frustrations with Ireland call-up delay
John O'Shea's first - and perhaps only - Ireland squad as manager named ahead of friendlies
Szmodics, Azaz, Cannon? John O'Shea's options as he unveils his first Irish squad
The interim boss names his selection for the Belgium and Switzerland friendlies on Thursday.
'The big thing with Evan is just to chill out' - Why Ferguson's goalless run is no cause for worry
O'Shea on Szmodics, the potential impact of Kerr's punditry, and missing Alex Ferguson's calls
O’Shea will take charge of Ireland’s friendly matches against Belgium and Switzerland on 23 and 26 March.
4 jobs facing John O'Shea during his interim stint in charge of Ireland
Kerr 'surprised' to get call from O'Shea about Ireland return
Snow joke - O'Shea unveiling postponed, Rovers v Drogheda and Bohs v Dundalk off
Snow joke - O'Shea unveiling postponed with several LOI games called off
Brian Kerr returns to FAI as he joins John O'Shea's coaching staff
Brian Kerr returns to FAI as he joins John O'Shea's coaching staff
This year
Why the FAI turned to John O’Shea - and what’s next in the search for Stephen Kenny’s permanent successor
O’Shea accepted the FAI’s offer over the weekend, but has already been told that he is viewed as an interim candidate only.
FAI appoint John O'Shea as Irish head coach on interim basis
FAI appoint John O'Shea as Irish head coach on interim basis
O’Shea will be assisted by Paddy McCarthy, with a permanent appointment to be made in April.
John O'Shea leaves first team coach role at Birmingham City
Last year
The 42's Best of 2023: (Irish) Footballers' Lives - a weekend in north-west England
David Sneyd travels to England to spend a weekend with an array of Irish football people, including Stephen Kenny, John O’Shea and Nathan Collins.
Birmingham confirm Wayne Rooney as boss with John O'Shea as coach
O'Shea to remain with Ireland as he closes in on Rooney reunion at Birmingham City
Ex-Ireland assistant Eustace sacked by Birmingham City, with Wayne Rooney reportedly lined up
'They respond brilliantly by putting up a fantastic fight and showing how good they are'
John O’Shea leaves Stoke to focus on Ireland coaching role
Tactically astute with a personal touch - What John O'Shea brings to Ireland