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Seamus Coleman decides to come back to Republic of Ireland team

Thu 05 November 2020 | 17:20

Skipper Seamus Coleman decides to come back to the Republic of Ireland team in friendly manners against England and the Nations League battles with Wales and Bulgaria.

Last month,

the Everton full-back

lost Euro 2020 semi-final in Slovakia and the following fixtures against

Wales and Finland

with a hamstring injury. Actually, he made the pain more sever through his coming back in the 2-2 derby draw with Liverpool on October 17.

In this situation, he was among a 26 selected player list of

Stephen Kenny

for the competition against England at Wembley on November 12. Next, Wales in Cardiff three days later and Bulgaria in Dublin on November 18.

Also, Luton striker James Collins will be in the list for the first time under Kenny’s supervision. Because he is going to

substitute

Sheffield United’s David McGoldrick. It is reported officially that he will retire international football.

Portsmouth frontman Ronan Curtis and Wycombe winger Daryl Horgan are also selected because the team was diminished in number by coronavirus policies in October.

As Shamrock Rovers midfielder Jack Byrne, whose tests were declared positive for

Covid-19

last month, are going to be joined in London after the competition.

Team

: Darren Randolph (West Ham), Caoimhín Kelleher (Liverpool), Mark Travers (Bournemouth), Seamus Coleman (Everton), Matt Doherty (Tottenham), Enda Stevens (Sheffield United), Kevin Long (Burnley), Shane Duffy (Celtic, on loan from Brighton), John Egan (Sheffield United), Dara O’Shea (West Brom, Conor Hourihane (Aston Villa), James McCarthy (Crystal Palace), Harry Arter (Nottingham Forest), Jeff Hendrick (Newcastle), Alan Browne (Preston), Jayson Molumby (Brighton), Robbie Brady (Burnley), Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers), Callum Robinson (West Brom), Callum O’Dowda (Bristol City), James McClean (Stoke), Aaron Connolly (Brighton), Adam Idah (Norwich), James Collins (Luton), Ronan Curtis (Portsmouth), Daryl Horgan (Wycombe).


source: SportMob