Irish media figures – “Ireland must defeat a big beast” – Sports

Irish media figures - "Ireland must defeat a big beast" - Sports

The Irish are pleased with their European Championship qualifying campaign. Now, in the end, they want to beat Switzerland or Denmark.

Everyone in Switzerland agrees: the Swiss national team must win against Ireland. The current campaign for qualifying for the European Championship has not gone without annoying noises. In the land of the enemy, one speaks in a different tone.

Ireland need just one win in two matches against two of their biggest rivals to qualify directly. ” Irish Times. Ireland would have happily reached this position after the draw. However, on the island, after a disappointing game against Georgia (0-0) the title: “Ireland must beat a big beast” they know how difficult it can be.

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“Switzerland is weak and comes home with the burden of a frustrated country,” he said Irish Independent Focuses on Switzerland. Naughty players surround themselves with suspicion and defeat. Only Ireland are good at beating teams.

That’s why the newspaper gives national coach Mick McCarthy tips on the lineup. The biggest problem is the middle class, where the 60-year-old is very loyal to his personal decisions. That could disqualify Ireland.


The most dangerous and the bearer of hope

Aaron Connolly takes Shane Duffy (left).

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Hope: A 19-year-old and a central defender

She also knows how Ireland’s slow goal (only 6 goals in 6 European Championship qualifiers) will end. Irish Independent. Aaron Connolly, a 19-year-old Irish storm player who plays 11 minutes with the national team, needs to fix it.

“She is OK. He’s been living in the big games », Shane Duffy, a Premier League club club teammate from Brighton and a member of the national team, talks about the starting eleven talents.

Even the Irish did not score a goal

Central defender Duffy is the second best goal scorer in the line – up, scoring a total of 3 goals in national attire. The largest Irish newspaper describes his head as “the most likely source of the target”. James McLean, the Irishman who has scored the most international goals, has not scored in a national shirt for more than 2 years.

The Irish hope that they will be as defensive and content with a draw as they were in the first quarter against Switzerland. Irish Times No: “The bitterest option is not to lose after 2 draws in the European Championship.”

Broadcast Reference: SRF Zwei, sportpanorama, 13 October 2019, 6:30 pm

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