Manchester United goalkeeper earns international call-up

Manchester United loanee Kieran O’Hara has received another call-up to the Republic of Ireland squad.

O’Hara made his debut for Mick McCarthy’s side in the 3-1 victory over Bulgaria last month, and has again been selected for the European Championship qualifiers coming up against Georgia and Switzerland.

Ireland face a trip to Georgia on October 12 before the away game against Switzerland on October 15 in Euro 2020 qualifiers.

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McCarthy’s side currently lead their group after five games, ahead of Denmark and Switzerland.

O’Hara is enjoying a season-long loan spell at League One Burton, where has has already made five clean sheets this season.

The 23-year-old is currently behind Middlesbrough ‘keeper Darren Randolph and Bournemouth shot-stopper Mark Travers in the pecking order in McCarthy’s squad.

Congratulations on the call-up Kieran!

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