Ireland will think of Georgia while playing Denmark

According to the national team manager Mick McCarthy, his selection will be the same as the one that defeated Georgia 1-0 in March.

In March, Republic of Ireland defeated Georgia 1-0.

But manager Mick McCarthy was not very happy with the result, and he did not like to play in the country.

Now his team is taking on Denmark, and McCarthy says he still thinks about the Georgia match.

“I’ve said about the Georgia game how well they played,” he told Dublin Live.

“If you’re picking a team would you do anything differently? I’m hardly being that cagey, am I?”

“I prefer to have the team set in stone, knowing what I’m going to play rather than humming and hawing.”

“There are no knocks and niggles from those who I want to play, they’re all okay. I prefer it that way but I have options for all positions,” he added.

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“Well, I hope it’s the same on Friday in terms of a defensive unit. That would be good, wouldn’t it?”

“Shane Maguire’s injury was on Sunday. He’s got a hamstring strain and it’s very disappointing for him, but I don’t complain about things I can’t change,” he explained.

“With his power and pace, he really upsets defenders. And if you’re playing like that all the time it’s bound to take a toll.”

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