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Kins' Hears the Call

Kins' Hears the Call

12:50 pm Monday, 8 October 2018  
Walsall midfielder Liam Kinsella has been called up by the Republic of Ireland Under-21s for their upcoming UEFA Under-21 European Championship qualifiers.
22-year-old Colchester-born Kinsella has made seven first-team appearances so far this season and has seen his reputation grow as he continues to prove his worth in the middle of the park.

Ireland, who are led by Head Coach Noel King, will face Israel Under-21s at the Acipal in Akko, on Thursday, 11th October, before taking on Germany Under-21s at the Albstadion in Heidenheim, on Tuesday, 16th October.

As a result, Liam will be unavailable for the Saddlers’ Checkatrade Trophy clash with Middlesbrough Under-21s, which takes place at Banks's Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Goalkeepers: Kieran O'Hara (Manchester United, loan Macclesfield Town), Liam Bossin (Nottingham Forest).

Defenders: Danny Kane (Cork City, loan AFC Flyde), Corey Whelan (Liverpool, loan Crewe Alexandra), Ryan Sweeney (Stoke City, loan Mansfield Town), Ryan Delaney (Rochdale), Jimmy Dunne (Burnley, loan Hearts), Sean McLaughlin (Cork City), Shaun Donnellan (Yeovil Town).

Midfielders: Josh Cullen (West Ham United, loan Charlton Athletic), Harry Charsley (Everton), Ryan Manning (QPR, loan Rotherham), Liam Kinsella (Walsall), Jordan Shipley (Coventry City), Jamie McGrath (Dundalk).

Attackers: Reece Grego-Cox (Crawley Town), Ronan Hale (Birmingham City, loan Derry City), Joe Quigley (Maidstone United), Jake Mulraney (Hearts), Ronan Curtis (Portsmouth)

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