1. Martin O'Neill was awarded the Nottingham Lifetime Achievement Award on 3 November 2013 for his services to football and achievements with Nottingham Forest.
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4. Martin O'Neill was joined by former team captain Roy Keane as his assistant manager.
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5. Martin O'Neill was confirmed as the new Republic of Ireland national football team manager on 5 November 2013.
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7. On his departure Martin O'Neill said "I have enjoyed my time at Aston Villa immensely.
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8. On 9 August 2010, Martin O'Neill resigned as manager of Aston Villa with immediate effect.
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9. Martin O'Neill was introduced as the Aston Villa manager at a press conference on 4 August 2006.
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15. Martin O'Neill was dropped to the substitutes bench for Forest's first European Cup victory over Malmo in 1979 after failing to fully recover from an injury, but he played in their 1980 win over Hamburg.
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18. Martin O'Neill signed for Nottingham Forest in October 1971, leaving Distillery for a transfer fee of £15,000 and quitting his studies in law at the Queen's University of Belfast.
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20. Martin O'Neill left the role with assistant Roy Keane by "mutual agreement" in November 2018.
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21. Martin O'Neill became Republic of Ireland national football team manager in 2013 and led them to qualification for the 2016 UEFA European Championship for the third time in the nation's history, beating the reigning world champions, Germany in the process.
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22. Martin O'Neill guided Leicester City to the Football League Cup final three times, winning twice.
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23. Martin O'Neill was capped 64 times for the Northern Ireland national football team, captaining the side at the 1982 World Cup.
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