Republic of Ireland aiming to make life unpleasant for Switzerland in Euro 2020 qualifer

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Mick McCarthy is expecting since they arrive upon departing with three European Qualifier points the Republic of Ireland create life distinctly unpleasant for Switzerland.
Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer has branded Ireland’s design of drama”very unpleasant” in the run-up into the game and although it’s a label McCarthy doesn’t necessarily agree with, he will be pleased if Sommer’s worst fears are realised on Thursday day, live on Sky Sports Main Event.
McCarthy said:”I thought we played with very pleasantly over the last four matches, to be honest.
“My response to this; I expect he’s sat at the dressing room afterwards and he’s thinking it is more disagreeable and he does not want to see in October.
“We will not be changing the way we perform. We’ll be playing our regular brand, although some people find it unpleasant”
The Republic have built themselves a reputation as a spirited and combative team over the years, without recognizing their physical and psychological strengths, and competitions arrive.
McCarthy, that shot Ireland in the Far East to the 2002 World Cup finals, has cautioned Switzerland to not underestimate their capacity on the ball.
He said:”I seem to think we’ve done all right when we’ve qualified for contests. That is part of the game, part of the Premier League.
“The most competitive teams in Premier League have been Manchester City and Liverpool with regard to high press. You attempt to get through this and they will take you down. That’s competitive.
“The truth is they’ve got #500m worth of full-backs in their groups helps. They’re definitely the most competitive teams in the league, without a doubt.
“I’ve watched Switzerland, by the way, and there’s no shortage of aggression out of them, how they work, how they media.
“At the conclusion of it, I’m not really stressed. If we win 1-0 and it’s awful, not agreeable, I’ll be fine with it. You know that”

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