Ireland to take on Turkey in Dublin

first_imgIRELAND WILL TAKE on Turkey in an international friendly in Dublin on 25 May, it has been confirmed.Manager Martin O’Neill began his tenure with a win and a draw back in November and in the coming weeks will name his squad for next month’s meeting with Serbia.And while the FAI are hoping to schedule a game against Italy at a neutral venue on 21 May, they have today confirmed the Aviva Stadium will welcome Turkey four days later.It will be Ireland’s first time to face Turkey, managed by Fatih Terim and ranked 45th in the world, since 2003 while fans will also remember losing out to them on away goals in the Euro 2000 play-offs.The match will also be preceded on the day by the FAI Junior Cup final.For more information, visit fai.ieGiggs and Neville set to invest in football club‘Teams come to Old Trafford with a swagger believing they can win’ – Colelast_img

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