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Another injury worry for Martin O'Neill in today's Premier League action

Shane Long, Harry Arter and John O’Shea all picked up injuries midweek.

Brady hobbled out of Norwich's with Swansea earlier.
Brady hobbled out of Norwich's with Swansea earlier.
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MARTIN O’NEILL COULD be struggling for numbers at the current rate when he comes to name his Ireland squad next week.

Robbie Brady hobbled off after 26 minutes of today’s Swansea-Norwich game with what looked like a knee injury.

The former Man United youth player is the latest of a number of Irish injury victims. Shane Long, Harry Arter and John O’Shea all picked up injuries midweek ahead of the friendly games against Switzerland and Slovakia later this month.

Jon Walters, meanwhile, could only make the bench for Stoke today, though Irish internationals Glenn Whelan, Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy, Wes Hoolahan Ciaran Clark and Rob Elliot all started for their respective sides this afternoon.

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