Northern Ireland boss Michael ONeill is happy to keep on tinkering with his formation as he looks for a perfect Euro 2016 playing system. ONeill played 45 minutes each in the 1-1 draw with Wales on Thursday with 3-5-2 and 4-3-3 formations, the latter having been his preference for much of their successful qualifying campaign.Northern Ireland will play three more friendlies, against Slovenia on Monday and then Belarus and Slovakia, before their first game in the tournament against Poland on June 12, and ONeill will continue to experiment with his teams shape on an ad hoc basis. When asked about his switch to 3-5-2, ONeill said: We were a little bit disappointed that maybe we didnt have more of an attacking threat with that system.I think the two lads up front worked very hard. Its the first time theyve played together and Kyle (Lafferty) hasnt played much football. There are mitigating factors in that. Kyle Lafferty is hoping for more playing time at Birmingham after being frozen out at Norwich Theres always comfort as a coach and a manager when you say youre going to change to four. We threw Jonny (Evans) in at left-back and he doesnt bat an eyelid and we played in the 4-3-3 and are able to deal with it.Its exactly what we want. In the summer we are going to have to be flexible. Either system has strengths or weaknesses depending on how the games going.The most important thing between now and the end of the summer is the players are able to adapt it and understand it very quickly, and the game on Thursday night gave me a lot more confidence that thats the case.Norwich striker Lafferty played 81 minutes against Wales, hours after completing a loan move to Birmingham, and ONeill hopes his drop down to the Sky Bet Championship for playing time will be to his countrys advantage. Sky Sports Paul Gilmour visits Northern Ireland stars Jonny Evans and Gareth McAuley as they get their Euro 2016 suits fitted Its up to him now to have an impact as well, ONeill added.Birmingham have ambitions and something to play for. That being the case, if he is a contributing factor to them having a good finish to the season then hell be in a better frame of mind when he comes away with us in the summer.One man ONeill will not be considering is Watfords Troy Deeney. Deeney had hoped be might be eligible to play for Northern Ireland, but he misses out by a generation - a great grandparent has Northern Irish roots, not, as is required, a grandparent. Norwich and Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty has agreed to join Birmingham on loan for the rest of the season ONeill told Sky Sports News HQ: I did explore the possibility of Troy representing Northern Ireland - but that was four years ago.The eligibility, that he believed was available, wasnt. 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Fellow former Bombers captain Mark Thompson is also named as one of Hirds deputies2011-12: Sports scientist Stephen Dank oversees a supplements regime at Essendon2013February 5: Following weeks of speculation, Essendon hold a media conference where they announce they are coming under AFL and ASADA investigation over supplements use at the club. It emerges that Dank and fitness boss Dean Robinson left the club in 2012February 7, 2013: The so-called blackest day in Australian sport. AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou is among key Australian sporting officials who join Sports Minister Kate Lundy and Justice Minister Jason Clare at a Federal Government media conference in Canberra. The media are told of grave concerns about organised crime infiltrating Australian sport in areas such as doping and bettingApril 12: Demetriou says Hird has to consider standing down as the investigations continues into the supplements saga. Later that night, Essendon have a rousing win over Fremantle in Perth. Hird is adamant he will not step asideMay 6: An internal Essendon review commissioned by former Telstra boss Ziggy Switkowski is made public. It includes the damning accusation: a disturbing picture of a pharmacologically experimental environment never adequately controlled or challenged or documented within the club.May 23: Essendon chief executive Ian Robson resigns, the sagas first significant casualtyJune 24: Essendon captain and 2012 Brownlow Medallist Jobe Watson admits in a TV interview that he took the anti-obesity drug AOD-9604, which at the time is considered a key substance in the sagaJuly 26: Essendon lose a big Friday night match to Hawthorn by 56 points. Chairman David Evans, who has fallen out with Hird over the saga, has a physical breakdown in the Essendon rooms after the game and resigns the following day, with Paul Little taking overAugust 13: Following the release of an interim ASADA report, the AFL charges Hird, Thompson, club doctor Bruce Reid, Bombers football manager Danny Corcoran and the club itself with bringing the game into disreputeAugust 21: The AFL releases details of the charges it has laid. Hird and Little hold a media conference where they blast the league.August 27: After behind-the-scenes legal wranglings, the AFL hands down a series of penalties. Essendon are kicked out of the 2013 finals, fined $2 million and stripped of draft picks. Hird is suspended for 12 months, while Corcoran and Thompson are also punished.2014AFL season: Thompson, who revels in his role as interim coach while Hird serves his suspension, takes Essendon to a losing elimination final against North MelbourneMarch 20: Hirds wife Tania, known to be furious at how her husband has been treated in the saga, drops a bombshell. In a TV interview, she says Demetriou tipped off Essendon before the supplements investigation started. The AFL boss has always strenuously denied having any prior knowledge about the investigationJune 12: The anti-doping process officially starts, with ASADA issuing show cause notices against 34 current and past Essendon players over the supplements regimeJune 13: Essendon and Hird launch Federal Court action against ASADA, saying the joint investigation was unlawfulAugust 11-13: Federal Court hearing before Justice John Middleton.ddddddddddddHird and ASADA boss Aurora Andruska give evidenceSeptember 19: Middleton rules in favour of ASADAOctober 2: Hird appeals to the Federal Court, but Essendon does not, straining the relationship between coach and club. There is even speculation, proven incorrect, that the club has sacked HirdOctober 2: Robinson settles a wrongful dismissal claim with Essendon out of courtOctober 17: ASADA issues fresh show cause noticesNovember 11: Thompson leaves Essendon after negotiations with the club break down over what role he might have, given Hirds suspension is endingNovember 14: The AFL serves infraction notices against the 34 players. While Watson and Dustin Fletcher play for Australia in international rules, the others immediately start provisional suspensionsDecember 15: The AFL anti-doping tribunal starts its hearing, which is held in private2015January 30: The Federal Court rules against Hirds appealMarch: Essendon field a team, including top-ups, in the pre-season as they await the tribunal verdictMarch 31: The players are clearedApril 17: The AFL anti-doping tribunal find Dank guilty of 10 chargesMay 12: WADA launch an appeal against the anti-doping tribunals findings on the 34 players, taking the case to the Confederation of Aribitration for SportJune 25: Dank handed a lifetime banAugust 18: With Essendons season in freefall following the WADA appeal, Hird and the Bombers part waysOctober 5: John Worsfold appointed as Essendon coachNovember 9: WorkSafe Victoria charge Essendon with breaching the occupational health and safety laws. The Bombers are later fined $200,000November 16: WADAs CAS appeal is underwayDecember 14: Lindsay Tanner replaces Little as Essendon chairman2016January 12: CAS rules against the 34 players and the 17 still on AFL lists - including 12 at Essendon - are banned for the season. The AFL says pending any appeal by the players, the Commission will conduct a hearing to decide whether Watson should keep his 2012 Brownlow MedalFebruary 9: The 34 players launch a last-ditch appeal through the Swiss legal systemAFL season: Essendons makeshift team, featuring 10 top-up recruits, finishes last. It is Essendons first wooden spoon since 1933. Meanwhile NRL club Cronulla, who also suffered heavy penalties for a supplements program with strong connections to Dank, win their first premiership. Cronulla, lacking Essendons financial clout, opted not to fight their penaltiesSeptember 22: Watson confirms he will return to Essendon, ending weeks of speculation about his AFL future. 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