Ireland manager without key players

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill might be without some key players next month in what might be an important match for his career at the head of the national team. Indeed players such as Seamus Coleman, Harry Arter, and Rice might be missing the games scheduled for next month.

Everton defender Seamus Coleman is currently suffering from a fracture and will be missing the two games scheduled for next month. Harry Arter, on the other hand, is out of the team following a clash with Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane. Rice who has become an important player has yet to decide whether he wants to represent England or the Republic of Ireland at international level.

Martin O’Neill said that there are some couple of difficult games coming and that it might be a good thing for him if he could get some players back. He said that in matches like this you want to have your best players and that at the moment he feels that some important members of the squad are out injured or unavailable.

Concerning Harry Arter’s case, he said that he is hopeful that they could find a solution if ever a meeting is organized between the player and Roy Keane. He said that it is not important to find out who is right or wrong and that they should be focusing on finding solutions. It is believed that a meeting will be organized between the assistant manager and the player soon.

Martin O’Neill said that they should put the results of the Republic of Ireland first and focus on settling their differences. He believes that they could get a positive result from these two games and that it is important that he gets his players as early as possible.