The Republic of Ireland squad will continue their preparation today for the Nations League clash with Bulgaria.
They’re without a goalkeeping coach, after Alan Kelly opted against travelling to Dublin on health grounds.
Kelly is an asthmatic and saw James McClean and Matt Doherty pull out of the squad yesterday with COVID-19.
Shamrock Rovers duo Aaron McEneff and Graham Burke joined up with the squad yesterday, along with under-21 pair Troy Parrott and Jack Taylor.
Manager Stephen Kenny’s been deprived of thirteen players for tomorrow’s game at the Aviva Stadium.
Meanwhile all players & staff test negative ahead of Bulgaria match, the FAI released this statement on Tuesday morning.
The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that all players and staff tested negative for COVID-19 ahead of the UEFA Nations League match against Bulgaria.
The round of testing took place yesterday on arrival back into Dublin ahead of the fixture on Wednesday, November 18 at the Aviva Stadium.