Baraclough offered NI manager's job

Baraclough offered NI manager's job

Ian Baraclough.

By Damian Mullan


By Damian Mullan


IT is being reported that Ian Baraclough has been offered the chance to succeed Michael O'Neill as Northern Ireland manager.

Talks between Baraclough, his agent and the Irish FA have been taking place over the last 24 hours, although there has been no confirmation from any of the parties involved.

The Englishman was appointed by O'Neill as Under-21s boss and offers the continuity that the IFA is looking for.

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