Video: Former Celtic coach delivers incredible post match interview

Former Celtic coach Damien Duff has produced an utterly outstanding interview where the Irishman pulled no punches after his side drew 0-0 with Shamrock Rovers.

The Shelbourne manager showed he is not taking any prisoners in the process.

Duff was appointed to the first team role a few months after arriving when Brendan Rodgers and his backroom staff left for Leicester City. This left Duff as first team coach to Neil Lennon and John Kennedy, who were retained after the Treble Treble season. The following season Duff helped the club win 9IAR and the League Cup before deciding to return home to Ireland for family reasons.

He then joined the FAI as Stephen Kenny’s Assistant Manager but resigned from this role at the start of the year after controversy due to showing the team an inspirational short film about Ireland’s past with England ahead of a friendly at Wembley.

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