More injury woe for Ireland as Preston midfielder ruled out of Euro qualifiers

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More injury woe for Ireland as Preston midfielder ruled out of Euro qualifiers
More injury woe for Ireland as Preston midfielder ruled out of Euro qualifiers

INJURY HAS STRUCK again for Ireland midfielder Alan Browne, with the Corkman ruled out of the upcoming Euro 2020 double-header. The 24-year-old has been released by Boys in Green manager Mick McCarthy after picking up a calf injury in training. The decision to remove him from the squad was taken following a scan at the Portugal training camp. The Preston star will begin his recovery programme in camp and fly home with the squad on Tuesday ahead of their meeting with Denmark in Copenhagen on 7 June. McCarthy's side then welcome Gibraltar to the Aviva Stadium three days later following back-to-back wins over them and Georgia in March. But they'll be without Browne, who was left out of the national

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