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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Is Conor Davis overage for this? I'd have thought he's exactly the type Kenny would like, very skilful.
no, he's eligible
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Went along to this. Decent enough match. Jamie Lennon of St Pat's and Neil Farrugia of UCD the standout players for me. I'd expect to see both of them, and possibly Trevor Clarke, in the proper U21 squad.
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Correct thread for new campaign here.

Republic of Ireland U21 squad v Luxembourg

Goalkeepers: Caoimhin Kelleher (Liverpool), Gavin Bazunu (Manchester City)

Defenders: Darragh Leahy (Bohemians), Dara O'Shea (Exeter City, on loan from West Bromwich Albion), Barry Cotter (Ipswich Town), Corey Ndaba (Ipswich Town), Conor Masterson (Liverpool), Lee O'Connor (Manchester United), Trevor Clarke (Shamrock Rovers), Liam Scales (UCD AFC)

Midfielders: Jayson Molumby (Brighton and Hove Albion), Jake Doyle Hayes (Cambridge United, on loan from Aston Villa), Connor Ronan (FC DAC 1904, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers), Jamie Lennon (St. Patrick's Athletic), Conor Coventry (West Ham United), Dan Mandroiu (Bohemians) 

Attackers: Adam Idah (Norwich City), Troy Parrott (Tottenham Hotspur), Neil Farrugia (UCD AFC), Zach Elbouzedi (Waterford), Michael O'Connor (Linfield), Simon Power (FC Dordrecht, on loan from Norwich City), Aaron Drinan (Waterford, on loan from Ipswich Town)

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24/03 - Republic of Ireland v Luxembourg, Tallaght Stadium, 5pm

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Some players not included.

Goalkeepers
1998
Conor Kearns (UCD)
1999
Mark Travers (Bournemouth) 

Defenders
1998
Corey O'Keeffe (Birmingham City) 
Conor McCarthy (Cork City)
1999
Ryan Nolan (Inter Milan) 
Warren O'Hora (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Tyreke Wilson (Manchester City)
Aaron O'Driscoll (Southampton)
Canice Carroll (Brentford) *on loan to Swindon Town
James Finnerty (Bohemians)

Midfielders
1998
Conor Levingston (Bohemians)
JJ Lunney (Waterford) 
1999
Thomas O'Connor (Southampton)
Callum Nicell (Leeds United)

Forwards 
1998
Ronan Hale (Crusaders) 
1999
Aidan Keena (Hearts) 
2000
Michael Obafemi (Southampton)
Aaron Connolly (Brighton & Hove Albion) *on loan to Luton Town
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Conor Coventry and Connor Ronan the only English born ?? Some turnaround from the last campaign.
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I'd say Travers my drop down form Senior Team come the final squads
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I wouldn't have seen much of the lads in the squad from the LoI playing ,is there some of them good enough to step up to senior squad in a couple of years? I was in Wolverhampton working a couple of weeks ago and seen.a young lad from Cork 15/16 years old on trial with them Harry Nevin what a player this lad is.
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 I thought the guy o'connor at Linfield had declared for the north? 
Dont see anything abkut hik changing his mind
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Originally posted by Green rebel Green rebel wrote:

I wouldn't have seen much of the lads in the squad from the LoI playing ,is there some of them good enough to step up to senior squad in a couple of years? I was in Wolverhampton working a couple of weeks ago and seen.a young lad from Cork 15/16 years old on trial with them Harry Nevin what a player this lad is.

It's hard to say about which LOI lads can make the step up but a couple of them look capable. Trevor Clarke is the obvious one. Neil Farrugia has the physicality to go to England anyway. I'm a Saints supporter but I'm not fully sold on Lennon. He is a super passer of the ball but he isn't quite quick or dynamic enough in my opinion.  
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Originally posted by Green rebel Green rebel wrote:

I wouldn't have seen much of the lads in the squad from the LoI playing ,is there some of them good enough to step up to senior squad in a couple of years? I was in Wolverhampton working a couple of weeks ago and seen.a young lad from Cork 15/16 years old on trial with them Harry Nevin what a player this lad is.

Trevor Clarke is brilliant, he can play on the left wing or at left back but I think the consensus is that he is better running from deep and having the pitch in front of him from left back. Good technical player who is very quick and capable of causing damage when running at the opposition, this time last year I would have said he was nailed on to go to England but he suffered a bad injury last year and was out all season. Back now and seems to be back to the level he was at but Rovers have been easing him back into it.

Daragh Leahy has looked brilliant anytime I have seen him play for Bohs as well, he is also a left back, probably not quite as much of an attacking threat as Clarke but very solid and can get up and down the touchline. 

Haven't seen Elbouzedi, Mandriou or Farrugia yet as it is their first seasons in the premier division but have heard good things. I know Bazunu is now a  Man City player but if his few appearances for Rovers last year are anything to go by he will be an unbelievable goalkeeper. Just turned 17 last month and has a long way to go of course but would definitely see him being a future no.1 for Ireland.
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Im curios why Ryan Nolan hasn't been talked more seriously about getting a call up. Captain of the Inter U19 played Uefa Youth league against Troy Parrot. Wonder has anyone even been out there to see him play
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He's on standby according to Kenny. Surely he is worth a look if he's making waves at such a big club. The mind boggles
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Watching the press conferences what is the point of broadcasting them when they don't mic up the journalists asking the questions?

The same with the senior one too, even though I think they did actually give some a mic half way through that.
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Repost of eligble players.

Goalkeepers
1998
Caoimhin Kelleher (Liverpool)
Conor Kearns (UCD)
Ross Treacy (Dundalk)
1999
Mark Travers (Bournemouth) 
2000
Brian Maher (St Patrick's Athletic)

Defenders
1998
Conor Masterson (Liverpool) 
Darragh Leahy (Bohemians)
Liam Scales (UCD)
Corey O'Keeffe (Birmingham City)
Barry Cotter (Ipswich Town) 
Trevor Clarke (Shamrock Rovers)
Conor McCarthy (Cork City)
Sam Todd (Finn Harps)
1999
Dara O'Shea (West Bromwich Albion)
Canice Carroll (Brentford)
Tyreke Wilson (Manchester City)
Ryan Nolan (Inter Milan) 
Warren O'Hora (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Aaron O'Driscoll (Southampton)
Corrie Ndaba (Ipswich Town)
John Mahon (Sligo Rovers) 
James Finnerty (Bohemians)
2000
Lee O'Connor (Manchester United) 
Jordan Doherty (Sheffield United) *on loan to Tampa Bay Rowdies
James Clarke (Burnley)
Jack James (Luton Town)
Kevin Healy (West Bromwich Albion)
Andrew Lyons (Bohemians)

Midfielders
1998
Connor Ronan (Wolverhampton Wanderers) *on loan to DAC Dunajska Streda
Simon Power (Norwich City) 
Jack Taylor (Barnet)
Jamie Lennon (St. Patrick's Athletic)
Zach Elbouzedi (Waterford)
Jake Doyle-Hayes (Aston Villa)
Josh Barrett (Reading) 
Conor Levingston (Bohemians)
Daniel Mandroiu (Bohemians)
Robert McCourt (Bohemians)
JJ Lunney (Waterford) 
1999
Jayson Molumby (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Stephen Mallon (Sheffield United)
Neil Farrugia (UCD) 
Thomas O'Connor (Southampton)
Callum Nicell (Leeds United)
Jack Clarke (Aston Villa)
Anthony Scully (West Ham United)
Jack Keaney (Sligo Rovers)
Will Fitzgerald (Limerick)
Karl O'Sullivan (Limerick)
John Martin (Waterford) 
2000
Conor Coventry (West Ham United)
Will Smallbone (Southampton)
Conor Tee (Leicester City)
Jack Connolly (Sunderland)
Aaron Bolger (Shamrock Rovers) *on loan to Cardiff City
Brandon Kavanagh (Shamrock Rovers)

Forwards 
1998
Aaron Drinan (Ipswich Town) *on loan to Waterford
Ronan Hale (Crusaders) 
Michael O'Connor (Linfield)
Conor Davis (UCD) 
1999
Aidan Keena (Hearts) 
Aaron Dobbs (Longford Town)
2000
Aaron Connolly (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Michael Obafemi (Southampton)
Glen McAuley (Liverpool)
Jonathan Afolabi (Southampton)
Ali Regbha (Bohemians)

2001: Jason Knight (Derby County) & Adam Idah (Norwich City)
2002: Gavin Bazunu & Troy Parrott

Players in bold in current squad.

Players born in or after 2000 are available for selection for the Under-19 European Championships (14-27 July 2019)


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