Robbie Brady has been called up for his International debut for Ireland.
The Football Association of Ireland announced that Giovanni Trappatoni has called up the Brady for his first international match which will be a friendly on Tuesday night against Oman at Craven Cottage.
Brady earned a full season of football when he went on a season-long loan spell with Championship side Hull City last term earned 41 apps and scoring 3-goals during his time with the tigers.
Noel King, Irelands U21 manager had a lot of praises to sing about Brady
Robbie has deserved his call-up. He’s been sensational for us—as the people of Sligo will testify after his previous performances in the campaign. He sets the place alive, and some of his play has been outrageous. He’s a great personality. He has a good demeanor and a good manner, and he’s a credit to his family. I’ve nothing but good to say about him, and I hope he fulfills his potential. It’s a lot coming at a young age for him, but he has big shoulders, and I think he’s going to be one of our most exciting players.