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New Title: Anthony Barry: A Contender for the Ireland Manager Position

Anthony Barry, pictured with Roberto Martinez during their time with the Belgian national team. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

On Tuesday evening in Aveiro, former footballer John O’Shea will aim to prove his worth as a potential candidate for the next Ireland manager position. As O’Shea prepares to face the opposing team, he will come face to face with Anthony Barry, a prominent figure in the ongoing search for Stephen Kenny’s successor.

Barry’s name has consistently been mentioned in discussions regarding the vacant managerial role, leading many to believe that he could be a strong contender for the position. Despite being viewed as somewhat of an outsider, Barry’s presence on the FAI’s list of potential candidates demonstrates his viability for the role. His experience and expertise, particularly from his time working alongside Roberto Martinez at the Belgian national team, have positioned him as a credible candidate for the job.

As the search for the next Ireland manager continues, Anthony Barry remains a prominent figure in the dialogue surrounding the appointment. His dedication and capabilities make him a formidable contender for the position, showcasing his potential to lead the national team to success in the future.