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Football: Fear over Morrison.


CLINTON MORRISON has emerged as a doubt for Ireland's World Cup qualification showdown with Israel after limping out of training yesterday.

The Birmingham City striker bailed out of the session in Tel Aviv after going over on an ankle.

If he is not available for tomorrow's match, boss Brian Kerr is likely to select Damien Duff alongside Robbie Keane in attack and bring Andy Reid in on the left wing - although newcomer Stephen Elliott could also come into the picture.

"If Stephen is called upon he won't let Brian down," insisted under-21s supremo Don Givens.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 25, 2005
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