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VIDEO: Does Michael O’Leary think O’Neill and Keane will be good for tourism?

The Ryanair chief was asked about Irish soccer’s new management ticket today.

NEW IRELAND FOOTBALL manager Martin O’Neill and high-profile assistant Roy Keane aren’t the only ones to hold big press conferences in Dublin this week.

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary — along with An Taoiseach Enda Kenny — today announced the creation of more than 300 new jobs in Ireland as it expands its routes and improves customer service.

The airline boss was asked at the Aviva Stadium event if the appointment of Irish soccer’s so-called dream team would be good for business. Though he admitted the rugby side were closer to his heart, here’s his take on O’Neill and Keane:

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