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Ciaran Clark called up the Irish Squad

12 November 2010 5,272 views No Comment Written by Michael

Exciting prospect Ciaran Clark has been called up to the Republic of Ireland squad for the upcoming friendly againt Norway. The Aston Villa youngster, who has represented and captained England at underage level recently decided to represent Ireland at senior level, thanks in no small part of Richard Dunne.

Clark, whose parents both come from Ireland, originally broke into the Aston Villa team at central defence, has impressed in recent outings. Ciaran Clark started in the first two league games of the 2010–11 season: against West Ham, partnering Richard Dunne and keeping a clean sheet. For the past three games, Clark has been deployed in midfield.

Clark has been called up as a result of injuries to Irish trio Robbie Keane. Caleb Folan and Paul McShane.

Newly revised Irish squad.

Shay Given – Manchester City

Keiren Westwood – Coventry

John O’Shea – Manchester United

Seamus Coleman – Everton

Richard Dunne – Aston Villa

Sean St. Ledger – Preston North End

Greg Cunningham – Manchester City (on loan at Leicester)

Kevin Foley – Wolves

Kevin Kilbane – Hull City

Stephen Kelly – Fulham

Darren O’Dea – Celtic (on loan at Ipswich)

Marc Wilson – Stoke City

Darron Gibson – Manchester United

Ciaran Clark – Aston Villa

Glenn Whelan – Stoke City

Paul Green – Derby County

Liam Lawrence – Stoke City(on loan at Portsmoth)

Stephen Hunt – Wolves

Aiden McGeady – Spartak Moscow

Keith Treacy – Preston North End

Damien Duff – Fulham

Keith Fahey – Birmingham

Jonathan Walters – Stoke City

Kevin Doyle – Wolves

Shane Long – Reading

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