Judge in Ireland Squad for Training Camp
Tuesday, 7th May 2019 10:40
Town midfielder Alan Judge has been named in a Republic of Ireland squad travelling to Portugal for a training camp later this month.
The week-long get-together at the Quinta Do Lago complex in the Algarve, which starts on May 21st, is ahead of Euro 2020 qualifiers against Denmark, in Copenhagen on Friday 7th June, and Gibraltar, in Dublin three days later. A final squad will be confirmed ahead of those games.
Former Blues striker David McGoldrick and ex-Town midfielder Conor Hourihane are also in Mick McCarthy’s squad.
Town director of football Dave Bowman now works part-time as a member of McCarthy’s Ireland staff, while Andy Liddell, who left his role as Town’s fitness coach last summer, is also part of the former Blues boss’s backroom team.
Republic of Ireland: Darren Randolph (Middlesbrough), Kieran O’Hara (Manchester United), Mark Travers (Bournemouth), Seamus Coleman (Everton), Matt Doherty (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Kevin Long (Burnley), John Egan (Sheffield United), Richard Keogh (Derby County), Shane Duffy (Brighton & Hove Albion), Enda Stevens (Sheffield United), Greg Cunningham (Cardiff City), Alan Browne (Preston North End), Jeff Hendrick (Burnley), Conor Hourihane (Aston Villa), Harry Arter (Cardiff City, on loan from AFC Bournemouth), Josh Cullen (Charlton Athletic, on loan from West Ham), Glenn Whelan (Aston Villa), Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers), James McClean (Stoke City), Alan Judge (Ipswich Town), Ronan Curtis (Portsmouth), Robbie Brady (Burnley), Callum O’Dowda (Bristol City), David McGoldrick (Sheffield United), Shane Long (Southampton), Sean Maguire (Preston North End), Scott Hogan (Sheffield United, on loan from Aston Villa), James Collins (Luton Town), Aiden O'Brien (Millwall), Callum Robinson (Preston North End).
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