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James McClean Strikes Again To Send The Irish Fans Wild In Cardiff
11 October 2017, 02:50 | Silvia Roy
Wales' National Anthem Ahead Of Ireland Clash Was Ultra Special
Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has expressed his delight after the Republic of Ireland secured a victory over Wales on Monday, which meant that they finished in the runners up position in their World Cup qualification group and qualified for the playoffs.
Coleman became Wales manager in 2012, after the death of former coach Gary Speed, and led the team to the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championships, and Bale believes the 47-year-old was still the best person for the role.
"Do I fear teams? We might lack a few things but courage is not one of them". I've always feared teams.
As only eight teams go from the nine groups, Slovakia will miss out with the lowest points tally of all the second-placed sides. Or so I try.
"The group of players we've got, with their age and experience, are going to get better. But I am delighted to be in it".
The playoff draw will take place next Tuesday (October 17th) at Federation Internationale de Football Association headquarters in Zurich and it's expected to begin at 1pm.
Away goals rule will determine who wins the tie after the two legs. When you see James getting exhausted in a game with ten minutes to go you realise the rest of the players must be really exhausted but he just keeps going.
"But it wasn't that".
"His drive and determination are a trademark for us now and he's been magnificent in this tournament".
The hero in Vienna nearly a year ago, James McClean has struck again to put Ireland a goal to the good against Wales in Cardiff.
Beaten manager Chris Coleman said he was "absolutely gutted" and predicted the nation would be "in mourning" after Wales fell short in their attempt to reach a first World Cup since 1958.
"Maybe it was just my night and I felt I stepped up".
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