TITLE

Lawlor calls in favour as U19s seek 'Super Tuesday' salvation

AUTHOR(S)
GARETH MAHER
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;6/10/2013, p57
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
IAN LAWLOR will do his best to motivate Slovakia today ahead of their crunch game with Switzerland in order to do the Republic of Ireland Under 19's a favour. Paul Doolin's team must beat Serbia in their final Elite Phase qualifier tomorrow, but also hope the Swiss fall to Slovakia, led by Lawlor's Manchester City clubmate Albert Rusnak. 'Albert can cause Switzerland a lot of problems. I'll try to get into his head, send him a few messages, and get him to help us out,' said Ireland goalkeeper Lawlor. 'But Slovakia are a good team anyway. For us, though, we just have to focus on our own game. We know we have to beat Serbia now if we want to qualify for the finals, we have a big job.' Lawlor was superb in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Slovakia, where he made three huge saves, but needed team-mate Steven Smith to rescue a point with a volley late into injury time.
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88036751

 

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