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Ireland first division
|Result prediction||Drogheda United to win|
|Over/Under prediction||over 2.5 goals|
|HT / FT prediction||draw / Drogheda United to win|
|Team to Score prediction||both teams|
|Anytime Goalscorer prediction||Chris Lyons(Drogheda United)|
Stephen Meaney(Drogheda United)
Charlton Years (1986-1995)- In 1986, the Republic of Ireland appointed Jack Charlton, a first-class English coach, who in 1966 belonged to the England team that won the World Cup. In the 1970s, he had developed Middlesbrough into a team that provided many players to the dominant Liverpool team all the time.
The Republic of Ireland played against the Netherlands at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida, where they lost 2-0 in the knockout round of the 1994 World Cup
After Charlton took over responsibility for the Republic of Ireland, he influenced the changes in the national team. This led to the most successful phase in his history, in which he qualified for two World Championships and a European Championship.
Ireland's first appearance in a big final tournament took place in 1988. After the games were over in Ireland, the qualification was secured by Gary Mackay's goal in the 87th minute in Sofia, when Scotland defeated Bulgaria 1-0. the Scottish victory left Ireland at the top of the group. In the final round in West Germany Ireland defeated England 1-0 in Stuttgart with a header from Ray Houghton; draw 1: 1 with the Soviet Union in Hannover, with Ronnie Whelan the scorer; and lost to the eventual champions 1-0 Netherlands in Gelsenkirchen, within seven minutes of a draw that meant a semi-final place.
The longest winning streak of the Republic of Ireland was achieved in 1989 in the context of the 1990 World Cup qualification. Five games against Spain, Northern Ireland, Hungary and Malta were all victories twice. Then it managed the team until the 1990 World Cup in Italy. Three draws in the group stage against England, Egypt and the Netherlands were enough to reach the knockout stages. Almost the entire country watched as the penalty shoot-out went against Romania, with Packie Bonner deflecting an important save and David O'Leary scoring the deciding penalty. Ireland beat hosts Italy 1-0 in the quarter-finals at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. During the tournament, the team had an audience with Pope John Paul II, the only team to do so.
After missing out on the 1992 European Championships (despite being undefeated in qualifying), the Republic of Ireland qualified for the 1994 World Cup in the United States Republic by a very small margin through a qualifying group that included Spain and Northern Ireland ahead of European champion Denmark (scored goals). In their first match at the 1994 finals, they defeated the previous World Cup hosts and third-placed, Italy, 1-0 in their opening game at Giants Stadium just outside of New York City, but lost to Mexico 2-1 in the Citrus Roll in the heat and humidity of Orlando, Florida. They finished the group stage with a 0-0 draw against Norway at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. With these results, they made it to the second round and eventually lost 2-0 to the Netherlands in Orlando.
Ireland came in second behind Portugal in Group 6 of the 1996 European Championship qualifiers, but narrowly missed the final of the 1996 European Championships, having beaten the Netherlands in a play-off that took place in Anfield between the two worst runners-up with Patrick Kluivert 0: 2 lost Both goals scored to bring his team through.
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