Mick McCarthy agrees Irish return

Mick McCarthy has agreed to take charge of Republic of Ireland for a second time.

The Football Association of Ireland have wasted little time in deciding on a successor for Martin O’Neill – who left his role as manager earlier this week, having failed to win a competitive match in 2018.

Now McCarthy is getting a two-year deal to return to the job he left in 2002, after a six-year stint.

Bookmakers are convinced that the deal is happening and have now closed their books on the deal happening.

Leading bookmaker Coral has now suspended betting McCarthy who was as short as 1-33 before they pulled plug on their market.

“The activity in our next Ireland manager market suggests to us that Mick McCarthy is set for his second spell in charge therefore we have suspended betting, with an announcement now looking very likely from the FAI over the next couple of days,” said Coral’s John Hill.

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