Switzerland and Croatia qualify for 2018 FIFA World Cup

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A number of Northern Ireland players, led by captain Steven Davis and Jonny Evans, have publicly stated their desire for O'Neill to stay and continue his work.

Aaron Hughes, Gareth McAuley, Chris Brunt and Jamie Ward, all starters in Basel, could now contemplate worldwide retirement, particularly if O'Neill is lured away by either Scotland or a club side.

"But I think he probably will want a club job". They have given everything.

"But we know on the other side that management is such a hard job".

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"Certainly at this minute in time, it's not a decision, and I am not thinking any further ahead than just being with the players".

After taking the first leg in Northern Ireland 1-0, Switzerland was able to control the pace of play in the second leg, which ended scoreless. The referee adjudged Corry Evans had handled Xherdan Shaqiri's shot though replays showed it hit the back of his shoulder. "At this moment in time, you have to say Northern Ireland".

It was a bitter pill to swallow for O'Neill too, as he conducted his post-match press conference instead of presiding over an extra-time period.

However, he is reportedly considered a prime candidate to replace Gordon Strachan by some members of the Scottish FA board, while O'Neill also has supporters in the United States of America, who are yet to name Bruce Arena's successor. "If it wasn't for the penalty we'd be playing extra time".

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"Over the two legs, for us to miss out off the nature of the decision and how it was given, is extremely cruel".

"The emotions are very high, it's a huge, huge disappointment". Despite the controversy surrounding the winning goal, which saw Evans have to apologise for his wife's rant on Twitter in which she called the referee a "Romanian gypsy", Switzerland were the better side over the two legs as they booked their spot at a fourth straight World Cup.

David added: "As a manager, he's unbelievable, we all love him and every single player plays for him".

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