LIAM BRADY: Martin O’Neill’s poor hand no excuse for self-inflicted wound

Any honest assessment of Martin O’Neill’s stewardship of the Irish team has to begin with the acknowledgement that he has not been dealt a great hand in terms of the quality of the players at his disposal, writes Liam Brady.

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