Ciaran Clark

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It all tied in the game between Republic of Ireland against Sweden as both teams only picked up one point on their opening Euro 2016 fixture. Ireland got off to a better start as they created several dangerous goal scoring opportunities before eventually taking the lead early in the second half through Wes Hoolahan. However,…
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Teams: Republic of Ireland: Randolph, Coleman, O’Shea, Clark, Brady, McCarthy, Whelan, Hendrick, Hoolahan, Walters, Long. Subs: Westwood, Keogh, McGeady, Keane, McClean, Duffy, Christie, Ward, Meyler, Murphy, Quinn, Given.
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Martin O'Neill's side are more positive than they were towards the end of Giovanni Trapattoni's reign, and the new coach has used the attacking Robbie Brady as a left-back in a 4-2-3-1 formation. STRENGTHS This is an extremely hard-working side (think Jon Walters) and Shane Long's speed and aerial power up front will trouble most…
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This was the most remarkable victory achieved by Southampton who run over Aston Villa in the second half with final score of 4:1. Guests from Birmingham took the lead in the 36' minute through Darren Bent, but two goals from Rickie Lambert and Nathaniel Clyne and Ciaran Clark brought the first win and first points for the "saints".
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Premier League, Newcastle United v Aston Villa highlights and goals video. Played on Sunday 2 September 2012. Scorers: Ciaran Clark, Hatem Ben Arfa.