Republic of Eire supervisor Stephen Kenny has known as for reinforcements after shedding Seamus Coleman, John Egan and Harry Arter to damage forward of Sunday’s Nations League journey to Wales.
Everton full-back Coleman and Nottingham Forest midfielder Arter missed Thursday night time’s 3-0 pleasant defeat by England with hamstring and calf issues respectively, whereas Sheffield United defender Egan lasted simply 14 minutes at Wembley after struggling a blow to the pinnacle in a collision with team-mate Conor Hourihane, and all three have returned to their golf equipment.
Newcastle defender Ciaran Clark and Blackburn counterpart Darragh Lenihan and Derby’s Jason Knight and fellow midfielder Josh Cullen, of Anderlecht, in addition to Jack Byrne and Ryan Manning, who have been as a result of meet up forward of the Nations League fixtures towards Wales and Bulgaria, have been known as to bolster a squad which has additionally misplaced Callum Robinson and Alan Browne to constructive coronavirus exams.
A Soccer Affiliation of Eire assertion learn: “Republic of Eire supervisor Stephen Kenny has known as in 4 gamers to the squad to face Wales in Cardiff within the UEFA Nations League.
“Midfield duo Jason Knight and Josh Cullen have linked up with the squad in addition to defenders Darragh Lenihan and Ciaran Clark forward of the UEFA Nations League match towards Wales on Sunday, November 15, with kick-off at 5pm.
“Shamrock Rovers midfielder Jack Byrne and Swansea Metropolis’s Ryan Manning have additionally linked up with the squad forward of coaching on the Cardiff Metropolis Stadium later this night.
“Seamus Coleman, John Egan and Harry Arter have returned to their golf equipment.”
Eire face Wales in Cardiff on Sunday earlier than internet hosting Bulgaria on Wednesday nonetheless awaiting the primary win of Kenny’s six-game reign.
Striker Aaron Connolly was dominated out of all three video games with a hamstring damage earlier this week, whereas James McCarthy was not concerned towards England for household causes.