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    Foot.ie! Ireland U-23 Squad to face England and Traps Troops

    http://www.airtricityleague.com/inde...r-england-game
    Paul Doolin has named his squad. Who do you think if any will grab the chance to impress Trapattoni.
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    Name			Club			Date of birth
    Darren Quigley		Sporting Fingal		10/06/1986
    Robert Duggan		Shamrock Rovers		01/04/1987
    Seamus Conneely		Galway United		09/07/1988
    Garry Breen		Dundalk			17/03/1989
    Stephen Mulcahy		Cork City Foras Co-op	09/07/1987
    Kenny Browne		Sporting Fingal		07/09/1986
    Conor Powell		Bohemians		26/09/1987
    Ian Bermingham		St. Patrick’s Athletic	16/06/1989
    Ronan Finn		Sporting Fingal		21/12/1987
    Greg Bolger		UCD			09/08/1988
    James Chambers		Shamrock Rovers		14/02/1987
    Stephen O’Donnell	Galway United		15/01/1986
    Billy Dennehy		Shamrock Rovers		17/02/1987
    Ross Gaynor		Dundalk			09/09/1987
    Gary McCabe		Sligo Rovers		01/08/1988
    Shaun Williams		Sporting Fingal		19/10/1986
    Paul Byrne		St. Patrick’s Athletic	19/05/1986
    Karl Sheppard		Galway United		14/02/1991
    Padraig Amond		Sligo Rovers		15/04/1988
    Paddy Madden		Bohemians		04/03/1990

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    Powell's been named by Trapattoni as one he was going to watch before
    Two ex-Man City players there - Bermingham and Breen
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time on twitter and facebook

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    It was karl bermingham that was at City, not Ian.
    'And Crouch must score'

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    hopefully see greg bolger geting a game hes been playing very well for a young UCD side this season

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    Id actually have more interest in watching this game than the 2 games in the RDS. It said on the RTE news that its a behind closed doors game, pity

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeNiro View Post
    It was karl bermingham that was at City, not Ian.
    sorry, yeah. That's actually not the first time I've made that mistake
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time on twitter and facebook

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    Definitely not behind closed doors. FAI article even gives ticket prices

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    that's for the game against England, he meant the game against the training squad
    from the squad announcement above: http://www.airtricityleague.com/inde...r-england-game
    It was also confirmed today that the Republic of Ireland Under-23 squad will face Giovanni Trapattoni's Republic of Ireland training camp squad in a training match on May 18th. The training match, which will not be open to members of the public, will give both Doolin and Trapattoni a chance to assess their players ahead of their respective matches the following week.
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    Damn it Dodge u got my hopes up before I read Tets post ... even had to remove the Thanks

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    Republic of Ireland U-23 1-2 England C
    http://extratime.ie/liveupdate/
    Goal by Paddy Madden

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    Was at the game. Shocking performance. Team looked strung together at times. Gary McCabe was impressive when he came on. Bolger as well. Midfield looked shapeless and unbalanced in the first half. Hard to see what tactics or game plan Doolin issued to the team. Looked very confused at times.
    'And Crouch must score'

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    Yes well beaten even if we could have snatched a draw near the end when Almond blazed wide when through on goal.

    England were probably less talented but far far better organised and fully deserved to win.

    We are virtually out now of the tournament. We need Estonia to beat England and us then to beat Estonia by more.
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