Martin O’Neill: The plaintalking coach with the Midas touch

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“Nobody Knows Anything”
His most recent work as a pundit on BBC has been met with praise from supporters and journalists alike. He has ended the tournament with even more respect that he went into it with. Responsible for perhaps the quote of the tournament with “Nobody Knows Anything”, said after the 3rd place playoff, he has had many England fans wishing the FA had offered him the job. Having correctly guessed France as one of the teams of the tournament, he put Alan Hansen to shame who had 3 picks (Argentina Brazil and England), all of whom did not make the Semifinals.
Martin O’Neill before Steve McLaren was given the England job was one of the strongest candidates to take over the Three Lions. He led Leicester City out of relegation and led them to the top half of the EPL in his tenure as coach. Woth Celtics, he won 7 titles. In all he coached 282 games before resigning and won 213 , drawing 29 and lost 40.
He is being sought after by the Socceroos with Guus Hiddink, their World Cup coach leaving to coach Russia.
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