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Upcoming Ireland Friendly Ideal Chance For Promising Duo, But Again Mick Missed A Trick

Contradictions are currency when it comes to Mick McCarthy of late. On Thursday, the Republic of Ireland boss cut his 39-man squad down to 28, ahead of the upcoming friendly against New Zealand and crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark. McCarthy included 17-year-old Tottenham prospect Troy Parrott, who has been all but guaranteed his chance against the All Whites, as …

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Mick McCarthy Says He Is Happy With The Weakest Part Of The Ireland Team

Mick McCarthy has said he’s happy with the weakest part of his team – central midfield. The Republic of Ireland manager announced a 39-man provisional squad for the upcoming games against New Zealand and Denmark on Tuesday afternoon. McCarthy has named some uncapped players in the selection, with Ryan Manning and Troy Parrott the eye-catching inclusions. At a pretty humdrum …

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Five Players Who Should Be Given A Chance In New Zealand Friendly

Ireland face the prospect of an Aviva Stadium double header next month when the Boys in Green take on New Zealand in a friendly before their crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark. The Danish clash may be the game everyone understandably has their eye on, but the New Zealand friendly may represent a strong opportunity for certain players to stake …

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McCarthy Impressed By 21s But Won’t Call Them Up For Qualifiers

Mick McCarthy has said that he was impressed by Stephen Kenny’s Irish Under-21s side in their win over Armenia. However, he explained that he is unlikely to call any of them up for the three remaining Euro 2020 qualifiers. Kenny’s men looked sharp in Tallaght Stadium on Friday night as Tottenham striker Troy Parrott’s goal helped them comfortably see off Armenia …

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Ireland’s Jayson Molumby Named Among Best Players At Toulon Tournament

Ireland U21’s captain Jayson Molumby has been rewarded for his excellent displays at this year’s Toulon Tournament by being named as one of the competition’s top four players. Stephen Kenny’s men finished fourth after losing to Mexico on penalties in the third/fourth-placed playoff but put in a number of fine performances as they reached the semi-finals for the first time ever. …

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Examining Ireland’s Potential Golden Generation At Under-19 Level

MILTON KEYNES, ENGLAND - AUGUST 01: Caoimhin Kelleher of Liverpool U21 in action during the Pre-Season Friendly match between MK Dons and Liverpool U21 at Stadium mk on August 1, 2016 in Milton Keynes, England. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, the Ireland under-19 team narrowly missed out on qualification for the European Championships on goal difference. However, their elite campaign heralded impressive victories against Italy and Belgium, two sides with a traditionally strong record of producing players at youth level. Despite the 3-0 loss to Sweden, this Irish side exuded signs that a golden generation is coming through. …

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