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Extraordinary New Footage Shows Irish Bench Erupting After James McClean Goal — Watch

12 Octubre 2017

From the way I read it, it's one from Italy, Croatia, Denmark or Switzerland and Ireland will need every ounce of guts and determination they can call on to find a way to Russia.

"I've never doubted the character of the players and their courage was never in doubt".

We're not going to tire of talking about Ireland/Wales anytime soon, so we're glad to report that Kevin Kilbane and Robbie Savage spent a decent chunk of last night's Off The Ball chatting about Monday's game. "I know what Seamus is like!"

'Do I fear teams in there?

Wales will face a year of friendlies after failing to qualify for the World Cup play-offs.

Typical, Italy, you would say in advance of major tournaments.

The important point is that the players responded to O'Neill when the chips were down and once again rose to a challenge when they had no fall-back position.

The draw comprises the eight best runners-up from the European World Cup qualifying groups.

David Meyler and Stephen Quinn had been named in the centre of midfield. Some in the Northern Ireland set-up thought that was not just unnecessary, it was sudden.

Here's a video of Meyler packing himself in FIFA.

That's the nature of his job.

He played a significant role in James McClean's winner. How Mick McCarthy's side survived far so long remains a mystery as they deployed a "car park defending" strategy right from the off. "I was delighted with the result".

As a Catholic, Irish nationalist brought up on the Creggan, McClean absorbed the city's modern history even if its worst days were coming to an end when he was born in 1989.

"It's what this group is made of".

Coleman said in the immediate aftermath of the defeat that he would hold talks with the FAW over his future.

The Danes famously "came off the beach" and stunned everybody when winning Euro 92.

The game flew by without any real moments of note, as a lot of Irish football friendlies at the Aviva tend to do, and today I couldn't really tell you a whole lot about the game other than Ciaran Clark scored and Kevin Doyle was cruelly withdrawn in the first-half with a knee injury. A 0-0 scoreline in Copenhagen was followed by a 1-1 draw at Lansdowne Road.

And then, despite the lacklustre performances, Ireland do something against the odds this time it was Wales and last time it was Germany.

Extraordinary New Footage Shows Irish Bench Erupting After James McClean Goal — Watch