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Monday, November 14, 2011

HOW DOES TRAPATTONI APPROACH TUESDAY'S GAME?

After Ireland's historic away victory in Estonia by 4-0 and with Euro qualification seemingly, all but assured for the finals next Summer, how will Giovanni Trapattoni approach Tuesday's second-leg against Estonia?

With qualifaction in sight, will the Ireland Manager opt to experiment with squad players such as Keith Fahey, Seamus Coleman or Andy Keogh.

I suggest that the Italian will stick to his tried and trusted methods that have got us this far by picking much the same team that trounced Estonia in Tallinn so convincingly.

The only issue is that of Kevin Doyle who is returning from suspension who has a major battle on his hands to take Jonathon Walters place in the starting team.
It will be interesting to see who wins that particular duel.

Steven Kelly at right back has injured his groin while John O'Shea has been declared fit for the match on Tuesday evening, so he will, most likely start at right-back against the hapless Estonians.

Lets hope for a full house at the Aviva with fireworks, a win and a good performance and a long-overdue new contract for Trapattoni.

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