Michael O'Neill: Northern Ireland beating Germany is conceivable



A Northern Ireland victory in Germany on Tuesday is conceivable for Michael O'Neill, though the manager's primary focus is on stifling the world champions' threat.
Only two other nations - Portugal in 1985 and England in 2001 - have ever defeated the four-time World Cup winners in preliminaries for the global tournament and the Northern Irish know just what they will be up against having been given the run-around by Die Mannschaft four months earlier.
Despite the magnitude of the task in front of them in Hanover, O'Neill knows improbable results can be pulled off but in attempting to take... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 19
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