Stoke move for Republic of Ireland coach Martin O'Neill

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Stoke City, who are now languishing in 18th place in the Premier League, have made contact with O'Neill, according to a report from the Guardian.

The Republic of Ireland manager has been the subject of constant speculation since the unsuccessful finish to the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign. Now, the Telegraph are reporting Stoke City have reached out to O'Neill to discuss a potential move.

It is expected O'Neill will hold talks with the Stoke officials with his future still unclear in his role with the FAI.

Rowett attracted interest from Stoke - who sacked Mark Hughes last Saturday after they lost to fourth tier Coventry in the FA Cup - after impressing again at Derby steering them to second in the table at present.

It was just the latest in a string of poor results for The Potters.

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Ex-West Ham manager Slaven Bilic was the early bookies' favourite to take over at Stoke but it's understood that club bosses would prefer to hire a British or Irish manager.

The FAI had announced past year that O'Neill had agreed a contract extension, however, it later emerged that the deal had not been signed.

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Under his watch, Leicester City were promoted from the then-First Division and remained in the Premier League while Aston Villa and Sunderland avoided the drop.

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