Damien Duff steps down from Republic of Ireland coaching role

Republic of Ireland Press Conference and Training Session – FAI National Training Centre
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Damien Duff has stepped down as one of Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny’s assistants.

The 41-year-old, who won 100 senior caps for Ireland, was appointed to Kenny’s staff along with Keith Andrews in August after leaving a similar role at Celtic and had been expected to play his part in preparations for the forthcoming World Cup qualification campaign.

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