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Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny and his backroom staff during the playing of Amhrán na bhFiann before the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 clash with Armenia at Aviva Stadium. Photo: Ben McShane/Sportsfile

Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny and his backroom staff during the playing of Amhrán na bhFiann before the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 clash with Armenia at Aviva Stadium. Photo: Ben McShane/Sportsfile

Nathan Collins of Republic of Ireland and Andre Calisir of Armenia during the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 match between Republic of Ireland and Armenia at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Nathan Collins of Republic of Ireland and Andre Calisir of Armenia during the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 match between Republic of Ireland and Armenia at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

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Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny and his backroom staff during the playing of Amhrán na bhFiann before the UEFA Nations League B Group 1 clash with Armenia at Aviva Stadium. Photo: Ben McShane/Sportsfile

Late on Tuesday evening, Dara O’Shea confirmed that Stephen Kenny and his assistant Keith Andrews were unhappy when they came into the dressing-room after the victory over Armenia.

It was good to hear.


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