Euro 2012: Trapattoni unlikely to use McClean against Spain
Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni appears unlikely to use James McClean in Thursday's vital Euro 2012 match against Spain despite
Sunday's opening defeat by Croatia.
Calls for McClean's talents to be used have intensified since Sunday's defeat but Trapattoni appears to have ruled out including the Sunderland winger.
"His time will come in the future," said the Republic boss.
Kevin KilbaneBBC Radio 5 live
“After waiting 10 years to reach the finals of a major tournament, to begin Euro 2012 with a result like this will be tough for the Republic of Ireland to take. Conceding three bad goals after being so sound defensively recently - and being unbeaten for 14 games - is even tougher”
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