Former Yeovil Town loan midfielder Conor Clifford has been given another international call-up. The 20 year old has been included in the Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad for a friendly against Denmark that takes place on May 28th. That is then followed a week later by a European Championship qualifier against Italy on June 4th.
Conor already has 12 caps at Under-21 level, some of which were gained during his loan spell with the Glovers. Another former Yeovil loanee Rob Kiernan has not been included in the squad due to treatment on an injury, but may team up with the squad later on, given that he is currently the recognised Under-21 captain.
Meanwhile former striker Rory Fallon has been recalled to the New Zealand full international squad, after being dropped earlier this year. Fallen has been impressing for Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen this season, and has been included in a 23 man squad that will participate in the Oceania Nations Cup next month. The All Whites are also scheduled to play friendlies against Honduras and El Salvador this month as a warm-up to that tournament, and Fallon will be involved in those matches as he looked to add to his eleven caps and three goals.
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