Ireland’s new faces must seize their chance against Romania

Schmidt rings the changes toda but I still expect his team to have too much for their opponents

27th September, 2015
Ireland’s Iain Henderson in action against Canada last weekendPicture: INPHO

There’s no substitute for quality, and Ireland have had it in spades at their base of St George’s Park, Staffordshire, in the FA’s National Football Centre. At this incredible 330-acre facility, the team have been able to train well away from distractions in preparation for today’s game against Romania. They have had ample time to reflect on their display against Canada, review certain facets of their game, and analyse the Romanians....

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