West Brom’s Callum Robinson withdraws from Ireland squad to face England with coronavirus


Callum Robinson has been left out of the Republic of Ireland squad against England on Thursday after testing positive for coronavirus.

The FAI had confirmed that there had been a positive case in the camp and have now named the West Brom striker as that player.

The association verified that Robinson will withdraw from the squad in their game against England at Wembley.

Aaron Connolly is also out due to injury.

The FIA said: “Republic of Ireland striker Aaron Connolly has been ruled out of the England, Wales and Bulgaria through injury.

“The Brighton and Hove Albion forward will miss the three matches through an injury sustained in training yesterday and Preston North End striker Sean Maguire has been called up as a replacement.

“Striker Callum Robinson has now been confirmed as the COVID-19 positive case in the Ireland camp and will also miss the three matches.

“Swansea City’s Ryan Manning has been called up and will link up with the squad ahead of the Wales match on Sunday.”

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