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Sacked in the Morning World Cup special: McInally & O'Neill

BBC Sport Friday, 2 December 2022
Sacked in the Morning World Cup special: McInally & O'NeillA special episode of Sacked in the Morning recorded in Glasgow in front of an audience with former Scotland striker Alan McInally and ex-Northern Ireland captain Martin O’Neill.
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