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Here's the 6 things Declan Kidney wants from Ireland in November

The Ireland head coach had his game-face on.

AT TODAY’S SQUAD announcement, Ireland coach Declan Kidney was in pretty decisive mood.

Asked what he wanted from his team in the three games this November, Kidney responded with six quick bullet points as a response.

Once he had got the pre-requisite (slide two) out of the way these are the areas he says Ireland need to improve upon.

Here's the 6 things Declan Kidney wants from Ireland in November
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  • 1. Results.

  • 2. 'Give every last ounce'.

  • 3. Ball retention.

  • 4. Restarts.

  • 5. 'Earlier and better decisions'.

  • 6. "The tackle. You're always looking for new ways to improve that aswell."

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