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O'Neill urges Ireland to finish Euro job against Bosnia

Republic of Ireland players celebrate their first goal during the Euro 2016 qualifying group D match against Georgia at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on September 7, 2015Martin O’Neill has challenged his Republic of Ireland side to carry on from where they left off in their 1-1 first leg draw away to Bosnia when they complete the Euro 2016 qualifying tie in Dublin on Monday. O’Neill’s men travelled to Zenica, two hours north of Sarajevo, on Friday to the intimidating Bilina Polje stadium, where Euro qualifiers Wales were beaten 2-0 in a recent clash. Shorn of a host of experienced stars like Shay Given, John O’Shea, Jon Walters and Shane Long, and with a handful of players one booking away from suspension, the Irish were more hopeful than expectant.

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