NewU19s lose to Denmark in the Showgrounds…11/10/2019

Head Coach Tom Mohan saw his Republic of Ireland U19 side go down to a one nil defeat in this Friday evening’s friendly international against Denmark, in the Sligo Showgrounds. The only goal came two minutes before the half time break in what was for the most part an evenly contested encounter.

Mohan summoned an extended panel of 27 players, with several new additions, to the North West for these two contests with the Danes as he prepares for their 2020 European Championship qualifying Group 10 assignment in Austria next month where Gibraltar and Switzerland complete that qualifying group.

While disappointed with tonight’s result, Mohan will be happy with the opportunity to assess his player options in a quite competitive environment. He will give those players who missed out this evening an opportunity when the sides meet again in the Showgrounds at 1pm on Monday afternoon.

Team: Jimmy Corcoran; Timi Sobowale, Oisin McEntee(C), Andrew Omobamidele, Mazeed Ogungbo; Alex Gikbert, Jamis Bowden, Barry Coffey; Conor Noss, Ryan Cassidy, Armstrong Oko-Flex
Substitutes:
Mark McGuinness for Sobowale 65′
Festy Ebosele for Cassidy 65′
Ronan Boyce for Omobamidele 82′
Conor Grant for Gilbert 82′
George Nunn for Noss 82′

Squad:

Goalkeepers: Sean Bohan(Bohemian), Jimmy Corcoran(Preston North End), Bobby Jones(Wigan Athletic)
Defenders: Ronan Boyce(Derry City), Ben Greenwood(AFC Bournemouth), Oisin McEntee(Newcastle United), Mark McGuinness(Arsenal), Mazeed Ogungbo(Arsenal), Andrew Omobamidele(Norwich City), Lewis Richards(Wolverhampton Wanderers), Timi Sobowale(Manchester City)
Midfielders: Jamie Bowden(Tottenham Hotspur), Barry Coffey(Glasgow Celtic), Dawson Devoy(Bohemian), Conor Grant(Sheffield Wednesday), Donal Higgins(Galway United), Harvey Neville(Manchester United), Armstrong Oko-Flex(Glasgow Celtic), Tyreik Wright(Aston Villa)
Forwards: Tom Cannon(Everton), Ryan Cassidy(Watford), Festy Ebosele(Derby County), Alex Gilbert(West Bromwich Albion), Conor Noss(Borussia Monchengladbach), George Nunn(Chelsea), Thomas Oluwa(Shamrock Rovers), Ross Tierney(Bohemian)