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The Gaffers: Mick Mc Carthy, Roy Keane And The Team They Built

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Two men. One team. A shared ambition.

Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane didn't like each other much. There was too much history between them. But they had one thing in common: a dream to bring a young Irish team to the World Cup. So they established a working relationship - a good cop/bad cop routine in training, a mutual tolerance at all other times. It worked. Ireland made it t
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Published 2002 by The O'Brien Press
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