ZACH STEEL is set to take control of the Ireland team’s international duties, according to sources close to the situation.
Steel, 34, will become Ireland’s new chief international coach following the retirement of Michael O’Neill this week.
The Dubliner has been linked with the job after former coach Paul Robinson resigned in July to become the head of football at Manchester United.
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