Martin O'Neill sits down with Michael Obafemi and his family to discuss the future of international players on the coming days. The 18-year-old will end the question of what role he will play in the Nimes League match on Monday and the loyal striker in the future.
The manager was impressed by the striker and offered to play against Ireland on Thursday night, but it was time for the teenager to be absolutely delighted with Ireland or to consider his options to some extent like Declan Rice, Or in Nigeria, you must consider the possibility of whether you qualify.
"I do not think I will be able to postpone him at some stage in Aarhus next monday, but I will discuss with him and his family members," the manager told the first training session of the Irish team. "He is in the ministry, he makes a decision for the future, I think it will talk to his family, you will expect it, so there will be no real pressure to make that decision in the next few days.
"It's a player and his family's decision.And the last thing I want to do is put the player into situations if the player is uncomfortable.I do not know if it's true.I wish to talk to him this afternoon, I will respect them whatever they are. "
O'Neill acknowledges that players will see increasing regularity when evaluating the international future, and he depends on whether the most recent decision has gone to Ireland or not.
In an interview with the British newspaper, William II midfielder Danny Crawley (who represents Ireland and England under age 17) has repeated his preference for playing in the green at the highest level, given the opportunity.
"If a player is good enough to be with us, he is worth fighting," O'Neill said. "If fighting is the correct word and you are not sure it is, you get my meaning, but I think this will happen more and more."
Goalkeeper: Darren Randolph, Colin Doyle, Kaomin Kelly
Defender: Simmons Coleman, Cyrus Christie, Matt Doherty, Richard Keg, Shane Duffy, Kevin Long, John Lee, Dare Lenny Han, Lee O'Connor *, Ena Stevens
Midfielder: Robbie Brady, Jeff Hendrick, Glenn Whelan, Conor Hourihouse, Harry Arter, David Meyler, Shaun Williams, Alan Browne, Callum O & # 39; Dowda, James McClean
relay : Scott Hogan, Sean McGuire, Calum Robinson, Aiden O'Brien, Ronan Curtis, Michael Obafemi
* Indicates that the player will only train with the squad.