Four players have been called into the Republic of Ireland squad ahead of the UEFA Nations League match against Bulgaria.
Shamrock Rovers duo Graham Burke and Aaron McEneff come into the squad as well as U-21 duo Troy Parrott and Jack Taylor.
The Millwall forward, who is on loan from Tottenham Hotspur,
Goal machine Graham Burke will miss his sides big game with title rivals Dundalk on Friday through injury.
Speaking to the Irish Mirror, Stephen Bradley said: “No, he’ll be out on Friday. Graham got a knock on his calf against Cork and he’ll miss Friday and next week. It’ll be two
Preston North End have loaned Graham Burke to Shamrock Rovers until July 2020.
Burke who signed from Rovers for €300k found opportunities hard to come by and was sent on loan last season to Gillingham.
The Dubliner has made two International appearances but is not eligible for tomorrow’s fixture.
Graham Burke has signed for Gillingham in League one until the end of the season.
Burke is currently with Preston North End but is struggling to nail down a starting place.
The former Shamrock Rovers man still has another year on his current deal.
Preston North End have announced the signing of Shamrock Rovers and Ireland midfielder Graham Burke.
Burke has signed a three year deal with Preston and the fee has been announced as undisclosed.
The Dubliner will leave Rovers and join up with Preston pre season at the end of the month.
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Bohemians keeper Shane Supple has been called up to the Ireland squad the upcoming friendlies with France & USA.
Martin O’Neill was impressed with the Dubliner when he watched him feature against Dundalk last Friday.
Shamrock Rovers Graham Burke has also made the cut for the upcoming friendlies.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has announced a provisional squad for the friendly games against Celtic (May 20), France (May 28) and United States (June 2).
Speaking at the SPAR Primary 5s Leinster Finals in Navan, O'Neill revealed that veteran defender John O'Shea would be leading Ireland out for the
Shamrock Rovers made light work of champions Cork City in Tallaght Stadium last night as they defeated John Caulfield's men 3-0.
Graham Burke got off the mark after only three minutes with a wonder strike to put the Dublin side ahead.
He was involved with the next goal too as his cross
Shamrock Rovers attacker Graham Burke has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for March.
It is the first time Burke has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity.
Burke was the Hoops’ biggest threat during the
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