"If he wants to think that England might come in, that's entirely his decision," seethed Martin O'Neill.
Seamus Coleman is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time in a year since double leg break.
Martin O'Neill has admitted that Denmark deserved their 5-1 victory over Republic of Ireland.
A hat-trick from Christian Eriksen ended the Republic of Ireland's hopes of reaching the World Cup finals.
Oh, sorry to wake you up. It's finished. Still, good result...
To be honest, Keane has delved so deep into the controversial punditry hole that he might never come back.
The O'Neill brothers, Martin and Michael, will probably be fairly content with the draw.
Martin O'Neill and his Republic of Ireland squad are ready for anyone in the play-off draw.
James McClean continued his impressive form for country as his effort sent Ireland into the play-offs.
England are through, but here's what everyone else needs over the weekend to further their qualification hopes...
A rare brace for Daryl Murphy set-up a second-place battle against Wales in Cardiff...
Republic of Ireland boss has been discussing Roy Keane's future and his inevitable return to management...
Roy Keane says Everton should worry more about the injuries James McCarthy picks up on their watch...
Roy Keane wished Kevin Doyle well upon his retirement but says physical risk is "part of the game"...
Martin O'Neill says he was more gutted for the watching Seamus Coleman as the Irish lost 1-0.
Jon Walters did a goal as Republic of Ireland kept a grip on second place in Group D with a draw against Austria.
Republic of Ireland payers should all channel their inner Roy Keane ahead for their 'very, very big' qualifier...
“He was big, he was blunt, he was English," but Jack Charlton managed to overturn the odds.
Martin O'Neill has backed Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman to return to his "brilliant" best.
Nobody ever is. What we do know is that it was a horrific challenge that broke Seamus Coleman's leg.
The football associations of the home nations have been fined by FIFA following last month's poppy row.
James McClean fired the Republic of Ireland to a precious World Cup qualifying victory in Austria.
"Maybe their players need to toughen up a bit," says Irish assistant boss. He's in fine form.
Martin O'Neill had accused him of "bleating" but the Everton boss is standing firm.
Martin O'Neill has defended his decision to include Everton's James McCarthy in his Ireland squad.
Seamus Coleman has his sights set firmly on a trip to the World Cup finals in Russia.
Martin O'Neill has promised that Ireland will not be "meek" in defeat to France.
"That's part of history, that's in the past," says Hugo Lloris of that handball incentive.
Robbie Keane will not cast his mind back to Thierry Henry's controversial handball for one second.
Irish fans arise with hangovers in an excellent Mailbox. Big Sam, Rooney and a story from Iceland all feature.
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