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'Put 'Em Under Pressure' rings out again as Ireland fans recreate Italia '90 scenes to remember Jack Charlton

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Fans gather to pay tribute in Dublin yesterday

Fans gather to pay tribute in Dublin yesterday

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Organiser Glenda Guilfoyle

Organiser Glenda Guilfoyle

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Republic of Ireland fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin

Republic of Ireland fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin

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Fans gathered to sing the Ireland world cup anthem (Niall Carson/PA)

Fans gathered to sing the Ireland world cup anthem (Niall Carson/PA)

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Republic of Ireland fans gathered at the Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin (Niall Carson/PA)

Republic of Ireland fans gathered at the Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin (Niall Carson/PA)

Republic of Ireland fans gathered in Dublin to celebrate his life (Niall Carson/PA)

Republic of Ireland fans gathered in Dublin to celebrate his life (Niall Carson/PA)

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Irish football fans gathered in Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton (Niall Carson/PA)

Irish football fans gathered in Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton (Niall Carson/PA)

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Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of his funeral in Newcastle.

Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of his funeral in Newcastle.

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Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

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Glenda Gilfoyle joins Irish football fans at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Glenda Gilfoyle joins Irish football fans at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

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Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Irish football fans gather at Walkinstown Roundabout, Dublin to celebrate the life of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at the same time of funeral in Newcastle. The World Cup winner, died on July 10 aged 85. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 21, 2020. See PA story FUNERAL Charlton. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire

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Fans gather to pay tribute in Dublin yesterday

Dozens of Republic of Ireland fans gathered at the Walkinstown Roundabout in Dublin yesterday to recreate the fun of Italia '90 and give Jack Charlton a rousing send-off.

Fans were kitted out in their green, white and orange, and armed with Ireland flags and bunting in honour of the former Ireland manager who was laid to rest yesterday.

His funeral concluded at 12.30pm and as a mark of respect, radio stations across the country played 'Put 'Em Under Pressure', the official song of the Republic of Ireland national football team's 1990 Fifa World Cup campaign.