O'Neill Confirms McGoldrick in His Plans
Friday, 22nd Aug 2014 17:18
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill says Blues striker David McGoldrick is very much in his plans for the future. The 26-year-old confirmed his qualification for Ireland earlier this year.
“He is definitely a talented lad and no question he is definitely on the radar,” O’Neill said after naming a 36-man provisional squad for two games in September which included Blues Daryl Murphy and Conor Sammon.
He says he has “no doubt” that McGoldrick will play a part during Ireland’s European Championships campaign, although the opening game in Georgia next month will come too early for him.
McGoldrick is currently understood to be waiting for his Irish passport with O’Neill confirming that “paperwork” still has to be completed before he can be called up but added, “where there’s a will there’s a way.”
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