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Carragher and Ince have picked their all-time Ireland XIs -- and there's one very big omission

On the back of their all-time Liverpool-Man United side, they’ve had a crack at the best-ever Irish team.

Updated at 21.57

JAMIE CARRAGHER AND Paul Ince seem to enjoy picking best XIs.

On the back of their all-time Liverpool-Man United XI, they’ve had a go at picking a best-ever Ireland team.

And there’s one big omission, with John Giles — often considered Ireland’s greatest ever player — not making the final cut.

In fairness to the duo however, Giles’ heyday in the late 60s and early 70s may have been a bit before their time.

Moreover, inevitably, it’s not the only big call, as you’ll see in the video below.

Source: Carlsberg Ireland/YouTube

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