Martin O'Neill urges fans to get behind Ireland for World Cup qualifiers
Three points are a must with a trip to mighty Germany to come on Tuesday night and O’Neill said: “The fans really got behind us in the Euro 2016 qualifiers and I’m sure they will do the same this time around.”
Republic boss Martin O'Neill will not gamble on James McCarthy”s fitness as he looks for a first victory of the campaign against Georgia in Dublin tomorrow night.
Everton midfielder McCarthy has not kicked a ball since August and O’Neill said: “ He hasn't played for a couple of week but if the injury has cleared up, I wouldn’t see that as a problem.”
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