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Tom Mohan's Republic of Ireland played two friendlies on Tuesday against an FAI/ETB XI and Drogheda United, in preparation for the upcoming UEFA Under-19 European Championship Elite Round phase in Russia.

Both games took place in the FAI National Training Centre, with the afternoon selection defeating the FAI/ETB side 2-1, before the evening selection drew 1-1 with Drogheda United.

Mohan used two separate starting lineups in both games, as he looks to finalise his squad for the upcoming games against Romania, Azerbaijan and Russia in late March.

In the opening match, captain Richard O'Farrell and Colm Whelan both scored in the second-half to give Mohan's side the win.

Hours later, the Under-19 side drew 1-1 with Drogheda United in the FAI NTC. Callum Ross-Lynch scored the goal to make sure the Republic of Ireland Under-19s ended the day unbeaten.

Republic of Ireland Under-19 (v FAI/ETB Selection)
George McMahon, Kieran Farren, Ryan Burke, James Clarke, Ciaran Brennan, Jack Connolly, Promise Omechere, Alex Hunt, Ryan Cassidy, Richard O'Farrell (capt), Tyreik Wright
Substitutes: Shadrach Ogie, Conor Grant, Jack Kelly, Colm Whelan, Brian Maher, Darren Prendergast

Republic of Ireland Under-19 (v Drogheda United)
Brian Maher, Michael Gallagher, Jack James (capt), Tom Gaston, Kameron Ledwidge, Dylan Thornton, Darren Crowley, Shane Farrell, Callum Ross-Lynch, Rowan Roache, Liam Kerrigan
Substitutes: Andy Spain, Niall Morehan, Niall McGinley, Cian Murphy, Kian Clarke



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Elite Round Fixtures - Group 1 
All games to be played in Krasnodar, Russia

Wednesday 20th March 9:00
Republic of Ireland v Romania

Saturday 23rd March 9:00
Republic of Ireland v Azerbaijan

Tuesday 26th March 14:00
Russia v Republic of Ireland

No sign of a squad announcement, with the first game just six days away ConfusedConfused


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Republic of Ireland Under-19 Squad
Goalkeepers: Brian Maher (St Patrick's Athletic), George McMahon (Burnley)
Defenders: Andy Lyons (Bohemians), Tom Gaston (Bordeaux), Mark McGuinness (Arsenal), Oisin McEntee (Newcastle United), Jack James (Luton Town), Kameron Ledwidge (Southampton)
Midfielders: Niall Morahan (Sligo Rovers), Aaron Bolger (Shamrock Rovers), Jason Knight (Derby County), Luca Connell (Bolton Wanderers), Will Smallbone (Southampton), Conor Grant (Sheffield Wednesday), Richie O'Farrell (UCD)
Forwards: Ali Reghba (Bohemians), Will Ferry (Southampton), Festy Ebosele (Derby County), Tyriek Wright (Aston Villa), Jonathan Afolabi (Southampton)
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Nathan Collins is injured. No Glen McAuley
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No Jordan McEneff of Arsenal or Kian Clarke of Rovers either. Strange.

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Dont think Mohan is too keen on McAuley. They had a falling out at u17s. Onpy way to explain it. Hes scoring goals and starting fairly regualr for Liverpools u23s.
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Originally posted by DalyerRegular DalyerRegular wrote:

Republic of Ireland Under-19 Squad
Goalkeepers: Brian Maher (St Patrick's Athletic), George McMahon (Burnley)
Defenders: Andy Lyons (Bohemians), Tom Gaston (Bordeaux), Mark McGuinness (Arsenal), Oisin McEntee (Newcastle United), Jack James (Luton Town), Kameron Ledwidge (Southampton)
Midfielders: Niall Morahan (Sligo Rovers), Aaron Bolger (Shamrock Rovers), Jason Knight (Derby County), Luca Connell (Bolton Wanderers), Will Smallbone (Southampton), Conor Grant (Sheffield Wednesday), Richie O'Farrell (UCD)
Forwards: Ali Reghba (Bohemians), Will Ferry (Southampton), Festy Ebosele (Derby County), Tyriek Wright (Aston Villa), Jonathan Afolabi (Southampton)

With the promotions to u-21, McAuley's omission and Collins' injury they are missing 6 of the starting 11 from the team that beat Holland in the first round. I think they'll find it very tough this week. 
Can understand Kenny wanting to work with the four lads early but it's jeopardized the chances of us playing in a top quality tournament this  summer.All for one game against Luxembourg. Wrong call for me. 
Geremi has let Kilbane in here, cross comes out to Holland, 1:1!!
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Weird to see Smallbone and Connell in this group, and Johansson and McEneff not in here. Even without Parrott, Idah et al, this is a strong age group 
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Johansson is ineligible, he's already played for Luxembourg in the same competition

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All goals, yellow & red cards posted in real time on twitter and facebook
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What's the story with Tyreke Wilson at Man City? Is he injured? 
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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Johansson is ineligible, he's already played for Luxembourg in the same competition
Ah - thanks. Hopefully he’s on standby for the U21s
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Originally posted by engpad engpad wrote:

What's the story with Tyreke Wilson at Man City? Is he injured? 

He has featured for City in in PL2 recently, so I don't believe so.

Glen McAuley at Liverpool is another player who's been overlooked at every level. Very strange. If you look at England's successful underage teams the players selected are mainly at clubs like Chelsea/Liverpool/City, etc. You don't see them, seemingly perversely, ignoring players at the top clubs in favour of those at a lower level.


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Wilson was out for a few months with a serious one knee injury, but has been back playing for the u23 side for about six weeks now
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Half of the squad has changed from the first qualifying round.

Goalkeepers: 
George McMahon (Burnley) for Kian Clarke (Shamrock Rovers)

Defenders: 
Oisin McEntee (Newcastle United) for Nathan Collins (Stoke City)
Kameron Ledwidge (Southampton) for Jordan Doherty (Sheffield United)* on loan to Tampa Bay Rowdies
Mark McGuinness (Arsenal) for James Clarke (Burnley)

Midfielders: 
Luca Connell (Bolton Wanderers) for Lee O'Connor (Manchester United)
Will Smallbone (Southampton) for Troy Parrot (Tottenham Hotspur)
Conor Grant (Sheffield Wednesday) for Conor Coventry (West Ham United)
Niall Morahan (Sligo Rovers) for Barry Coffey (Celtic)

Forwards:
Tyriek Wright (Aston Villa) for Glen McAuley (Liverpool)
Festy Ebosele (Derby County) for Adam Idah (Norwich City)


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Does anybody  know if there is tv coverage of the U19s matches in russia 
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Tomorrow's game against Romania kicks off at 9am Irish time.
Was having a look through recent results for Romania, Russia and Azerbaijan.
None of them came through particularly difficult groups - the Romanian's scraped through on four points from a group containing Greece, Bulgaria and Gibraltar.
Russia drew 1-1 with Latvia, before beating both Cyprus and Montenegro 2-0.
With a full squad I think we'd arguably breeze through this group but it is very hard to know how we'll get on with a makeshift squad.
Fear the Russian's may get the better of us on goal difference with us both finishing on seven points.




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Ireland u19s v Romania at 9am. Team news. 

                     Gk Maher

Lyons   James  McEntee  Ledwidge
                       
                       Bolger
             
              Knight     Smallbone

          Reghba     Afolabi      Ferry



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The likes of Connell, McGunniess and O'Farrell all on the bench would suggest serious strenght in depth along with Parrott, McAuley, Idah, Collins,  Connolly, Obafemi and O'Connor not even in squad.

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