Former Republic of Ireland international Liam Brady rules himself out of the running to take over from Giovanni Trapattoni as manager.
Former Republic of Ireland international Liam Brady has ruled himself out of the running to replace Giovanni Trapattoni as manager.
Trapattoni left his post on Wednesday following a poor World Cup qualifying campaign.
The 57-year-old, who was one of the outside contenders to take charge of the team, told Sky Sports News: "I'm not in the running."
Brady won 72 caps for Ireland between 1974 and 1990.
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