Martin O’Neill names squad for Republic of Ireland summer friendlies

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Updated: May 9, 2014
James McClean ireland

Martin O’Neill today (Friday) named a provisional 32 man squad for Ireland’s four friendly games in May/June, starting with the Three International friendly against Turkey on May 25, followed by Italy in Craven Cottage, London on May 31, Costa Rica in PPL Stadium, Philadelphia on June 6 and Portugal in Metlife Stadium, New Jersey on June 10. The squad will be shortened ahead of the squad meeting up on May 22.

 

Speaking at today’s press conference in FAI Headquarters, the Republic of Ireland manager said, ‘These four games will provide us with great preparation for our first European qualifier against Georgia in September. I have enjoyed working with the players to date, and intend to use this extended period with them in May/ June to give me the opportunity to experiment and familiarise myself with the squad further.’

 

Tickets for the Three International Friendly game against Turkey in Aviva Stadium on Sunday, May 25 are now on sale from www.fai.ie at just €10 for children and starting at €20 for adults. The game will be preceded by the FAI Junior Cup Final in association with Aviva and Umbro between Ballynanty Rovers and St Michael’s FC at 2pm.

 

 

 

Name Club DOB Caps Goals
David Forde Millwall FC 20/12/1979 16 0
Darren Randolph Birmingham City FC 12/05/1987 2 0
Rob Elliot Newcastle United FC 30/04/1986 0 0
Richard Keogh Derby County FC 11/8/1986 3 1
Marc Wilson Stoke City FC 17/09/1987 15 1
Seamus Coleman Everton FC 11/10/1988 21 0
John O’Shea Sunderland AFC 30/04/1981 94 2
Alex Pearce Reading FC 09/11/1988 2 1
Stephen Kelly Reading FC 06/09/1983 37 0
Damien Delaney Crystal Palace FC 20/07/1981 8 0
Joey O’Brien West Ham FC 17/02/1986 5 0
Shane Duffy Everton FC 01/01/1992 0 0
James McCarthy Everton FC 12/11/1990 23 0
Jeff Hendrick Derby County FC 31/01/1992 4 0
Ciaran Clark Aston Villa FC 26/09/1989 10 1
Stephen Ward Brighton Hove Albion 20/08/1985 20 2
Glenn Whelan Stoke City FC 13/01/1984 55 2
Paul Green Leeds United FC 10/04/1983 20 1
Aiden McGeady Everton FC 04/04/1986 64 3
Anthony Pilkington Norwich City FC 06/06/1988 3 0
James McClean Wigan Athletic FC 22/04/1989 19 0
Stephen Quinn Hull City FC 04/04/1986 3 0
David Meyler Hull City FC 29/05/1989 5 0
Wes Hoolahan Norwich City FC 20/05/1982 10 1
Robbie Keane LA Galaxy FC 08/07/1980 131 62
Shane Long Hull City FC 22/01/1987 44 11
Daryl Murphy Ipswich Town FC 15/03/1983 9 0
Jon Walters Stoke City FC 20/09/1983 25 4
Kevin Doyle QPR FC 18/09/1983 57 12
Anthony Stokes Celtic FC 25/07/1988 8 0
Simon Cox Nottingham Forrest FC 28/04/1987 27 4
Connor Sammon Derby County FC 06/11/1986 9 0

 

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