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Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny expected to cling onto his job after being hauled in front of his bosses at the Football Association of Ireland over 'anti-English' video that was shown before 3-0 friendly defeat at Wembley The video was shown by Stephen Kenny before the 3-0 defeat at Wembley The Football Association of Ireland also want to speak to two other coaches Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has called for Kenny to be dismissed

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:31 GMT, 20 November 2020 | Updated: 23:34 GMT, 20 November 2020

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Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny was summonsed for emergency talks on Friday following Sportsmail’s revelation he showed his players a ‘propaganda’ video.

Kenny is hopeful of keeping his job despite a Football Association of Ireland investigation into the matter which saw the head coach show his squad a video with political connotations as a way of motivating them ahead of last week’s game against England, news we exclusively disclosed on Thursday.

The 49-year-old was called into for a urgent meeting with FAI bosses on Friday to establish the full details of what happened in the team meeting ahead of last Thursday’s 3-0 loss at Wembley.

The Football Association of Ireland are angry with Stephen Kenny for showing the video

The Football Association of Ireland are angry with

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