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Dublin: 16 °C Monday 3 August, 2020

Alan Judge showing once more why he should be in contention for Euro 2016

The Irish midfielder has been in flying form for Brentford.

Alan Judge takes on Stephen Ward.
Alan Judge takes on Stephen Ward.
Image: John Walton/EMPICS Sport

ON THE SAME day Brentford confirmed they had rejected another bid for Alan Judge, the midfielder continued his brilliant run of form.

In what is his 250th league appearance, the Irish midfielder scored his eighth goal in his last 16 Championship games. He’s also managed six assists in that time.

It won’t be the best goal the 27-year-old ever scores — and came with his side 3-0 down to Burnley, the club that made a bid for him — but it shows once again that he must at least be in consideration when Martin O’Neill finalises his squad for Euro 2016.

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Steve O'Rourke

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