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# Vote of Confidence

Last year
Hansi Flick to remain Germany coach despite World Cup fiasco
“We have full confidence in Hansi Flick that he will master this challenge together with his team.”
‘They trust me’ – Brendan Rodgers grateful for support of Leicester owners
The heat eased on the manager with a 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
New Zealand Rugby stick with Foster as All Blacks coach for World Cup
Foster thanked the board after a meeting to decide his fate.
Opinion: Boris Johnson wins confidence vote - but the margin will make him nervous
Johnson won the vote last night, but is now considered weakened as 40% of his own MPs failed to support him.
All time
'We move on, we support Andy and hopefully Meath football will move on from that'
Andy McEntee is staying in charge of Meath for the 2022 season.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon handed second public vote of confidence inside a week
Disgruntlement among the support further intensified after a 1-1 draw with St Johnstone.
Celtic chief Lawwell backs under-fire manager Neil Lennon
Lennon has earned another vote of confidence from his bosses at Parkhead.
Woodward insists Manchester United 'remain absolutely committed' to Solskjaer
United are in 14th in the Premier League and a fine start in the Champions League came unstuck last week.
Solskjaer outlines Lingard's importance to Man United amid exit rumours
‘I don’t think you see as much social media from Jesse as you used to,’ said the United boss.
Geordan Murphy appointed Leicester head coach despite poor run
‘It is a huge honour to be asked to be head coach at a club I know so well.’
Woodward backs Mourinho as Man United's revenue hits record high
The executive vice-chair has told shareholders he is “looking at the bigger picture” following the club’s inconsistent results so far this season.
Under-pressure Michael Cheika's job is safe despite poor run, say Rugby Australia
‘I don’t think it’s about changing what we’ve got. It’s about what else can we bring.’
Tipperary county board back Michael Ryan following early championship exit
The management team have their ‘full backing and support,’ they say.
Worcester Warriors put faith in Irish hooker despite 14-month injury nightmare
Niall Annett, who has played just once since November 2016, has signed a new contract at Sixways.
Hungary coach avoids sack despite 'worst ever result'
Bernd Storck’s side were stunned by Andorra in the World Cup qualifiers recently.
Malachy O'Rourke will remain as Monaghan senior football boss until 2019
O’Rourke guided Monaghan to an Ulster SFC title last year but their 2016 campaign ended early.
'Eamonn is the right man for the job' - O'Connor gives Fitzmaurice vote of confidence
The Kerry manager has confirmed he will be staying put despite Sunday’s All-Ireland defeat.
Louis van Gaal backs under-fire striker Wayne Rooney
He also defended his limited use of Adnan Januzaj last season.
'I would give Martin O'Neill another 2 years in the job because he knows what he has to do'
Packie Bonner is in no doubt that the former Celtic boss is the right man for the job.
Australia's PM: 'We've bitten off more than we could chew'
The controversial PM has been fighting for his job.
Seán Barrett says opposition parties are entitled to question his decisions
He said he made remarks last Friday in the “heat of the moment” during an RTÉ interview.
O'Connor: Jimmy hasn't displayed the form he showed last year but he'll deliver
Despite Jimmy Gopperth’s recent struggles, the Leinster coach still has faith in him.
Forde, Walters and Quinn earn starting spots for Ireland's clash with Georgia
Meanwhile, Wes Hoolahan, Shane Long and Shay Given all have to be content with a place on the bench.
Joan Burton's response: Eamon Gilmore is the leader of the Labour Party and I support him in that.
Phil Prendergast MEP suggested that the Social Protection Minister take over the leadership.
Tánaiste and Howlin insist: James Reilly is doing a very good job
The Health Minister has the support of the Cabinet, two senior members insisted this morning.
Meath delegates back embattled McEnaney
The under-fire Royals manager has survived the vote, despite 43 people voting to oust him from his post.
Getting defensive: Ferguson hails Evans as best defender in England
While he was at it, the Manchester United boss confirmed he would be splitting up the DaSilva twins, Fabio will be loaned out next season.
Liverpool chief insists Dalglish's job is safe
Chairman Tom Werner does not see any other senior management departures after Damien Comolli parted company with the club earlier today.
Italian parliament passes vote of confidence in Monti's government
The Italian senate follows the chamber of deputies in passing a motion of confidence in Mario Monti’s technocratic cabinet.
Monti calls vote of confidence on latest €33bn cuts package
Mario Monti wants to be totally sure that he retains the support of the Italian parliament as he presents yet more austerity.
Berlusconi threatens to scupper confidence vote in new government
Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly said he will bring down Mario Monti’s independent government if he disapproves of its policies.