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Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill keen on West Brom job - sources

With the news emerging that Tony Pulls has parted ways with West Brom, Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss what his next move will be.

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill is interested in the vacant manager's job at West Bromwich Albion and is on the club's list of potential options, sources have told ESPN FC.

West Brom are beginning their search for a new manager following Monday's sacking of Pulis, who spent just less than three years in charge at The Hawthorns.

The Baggies have picked up just two wins in 21 Premier League games and Saturday's 4-0 home defeat to Chelsea has left them just one point above the relegation zone.

The...

 By PA Sport

Northern Ireland's Michael O'Neill set for talks over Scotland job - reports

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill will hold talks with Scotland over their coaching vacancy in the coming days, according to multiple reports.

Irish Football Association board members gathered for a scheduled meeting on Friday afternoon but a long-standing agreement with O'Neill means permission was a formality.

The Scottish Football Association approached its counterpart in Belfast on Wednesday after identifying O'Neill as the man it wants to succeed Gordon Strachan as Scotland manager.

However,...

Jonny Evans: I'd understand if Michael O'Neill left as Northern Ireland boss

Northern Ireland's players would understand if manager Michael O'Neill left for an irresistible opportunity elsewhere, according to Jonny Evans.

O'Neill's squad bade farewell to each other in Switzerland on Monday, going their separate ways and returning to club duty after missing out on next summer's World Cup following a devastating playoff defeat.

There is a sense it could have been more of a permanent adieu from O'Neill, who intriguingly spoke of their performance in Basel being the high point...

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N. Ireland boss O'Neill hails 'fabulous' display, hasn't considered quitting

Switzerland had plenty of chances to put the tie away but in the end didn't need them, advancing thanks to their controversial penalty from the first leg.

Michael O'Neill refused to discuss his future as Northern Ireland manager after his side agonisingly missed out on a place in next year's World Cup after a playoff defeat to Switzerland.

Northern Ireland were held to a goalless draw in Basel, meaning Ricardo Rodriguez's controversial penalty in the first leg at Windsor Park was all that separated the sides.

There have been suggestions O'Neill may now end a largely successful six-year tenure at the helm of the Green and White Army, but the 48-year-old...