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Setanta Sports buy rights for O'Neill and Keane's first away game in Poland

There’ll be no sing-song in Poznan this time though.

Ireland manager Martin O'Neill and assistant Roy Keane working for ITV tonight in San Sebastián on Tuesday night.
Ireland manager Martin O'Neill and assistant Roy Keane working for ITV tonight in San Sebastián on Tuesday night.
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IRISH FOOTBALL FANS will be able to watch Ireland’s international friendly against Poland this month on Setanta Sports.

The station have today announced they’ve secured the rights to the game in Poznan on Tuesday, 19 November.  The game will be the second game of Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane’s tenure, coming days after their first against Latvia in Dublin.

The game will be shown live on the Setanta Ireland channel which is free on UPC and e-vision and is part of the five channels on the Setanta Sports Pack on SKY.

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