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Coleman Injury Dominates Reaction To Poor Goalless Draw Between Ireland And Wales

Coleman Injury Dominates Reaction To Poor Goalless Draw Between Ireland And Wales

The Republic of Ireland took on Wales in the Aviva Stadium on Friday night in a crucial World Cup qualifier that turned out to be a disappointing fixture that finished 0-0, with the main incident being an horrific injury for Seamus Coleman in the second half after a horror tackle from Neil Taylor. The injury was so bad that RTE wouldn't even show a replay. Viewers watching the match were aghast.

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The other main talking point was the brass band that was tasked with leading the Aviva crowd in song throughout the match. Most viewers seemed to think that it was just one rampant individual with a trumpet.

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Conall Cahill

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