The Offside Daily: Northern Ireland boss hails ‘Pure theatre’, Strachan insists Scots can still qualify and an incredible own goal by 1860 Munich
1 Northern Ireland’s goalless draw with Hungary was ‘pure theatre’ according to coach Michael O’Niell, who also described the result as ‘a massive point’.
2 Reports are suggesting Prince Ali bin al Hussein is expected to announce he will be standing for election as FIFA President early on Wednesday.
3 Gordon Strachan insists Scotland can still qualify for Euro 2016 despite a 3-2 defeat to reigning, defending World Champions Germany at Hampden Park.
4 Manchester City Women’s manager Nick Cushing says he expects rivals Chelsea to win the title.
5 Luxembourg may have to postpone their Euro 2016 qualifier with Belarus after 16 of the squad contracted food poisoning.
6 Watch in disbelief as an 1860 Munich defender scores one of the most ridiculous own goals of all time (The Daily Mirror).
7 Olivier Giroud booed by his own fans during international friendly for France (The Metro).
8 Robbie Keane has scored international goals for Republic Of Ireland for the last 18 years (The Daily Mirror).
9 Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne buys new £600,000 house, next door to manager Brendan Rodgers (The Metro).
10 The soon to be released Fifa 16 game features skills named after Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo and erm….YANNICK BOLASIE!? (The Daily Mirror).
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