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14.10.1986 at 19:00 Dundalk Attendance: 2682
Under 21 1 - 2 Scotland
Referee: J M Lattigot (France) European Qualifier-match

Ken De Mange (79)
Robert Shannon,
Kevin Gallagher,
Opening squads
Gary Kelly
Derek Brazil
Pat Dolan
Denis Irwin
Aaron Callaghan
Mike Milligan
Ken De Mange
Eamon Collins
Martin Russell
Brian Mooney
Niall Quinn
Goram (Oldham ),
Shannon (Dundee),
Whyte (Celtic);
Grant (Celtic);
Boyd (Motherwell);
Duffy (Dundee);
I Ferguson (Clyde);
D Ferguson (Rangers),
R Fleck (Rangers),
Gallacher (Dundee U)
Tortoiano (Hibs).
None. Hunter for Shannon 85 mins,
Yellow cards
None. None
Red cards
None. None
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report

Pictures from the match
Ken de mange scored for Ireland

The night before the Ireland v Scotland senior match, Oriel Park was the venue for an U-21 match between the two sides.

Jack Charlton was in attendance as 2,682 people turned up for the match that featured many future stars.

Ireland should have taken the lead after 18 minutes when Liverpools Brian Mooney crossed for Niall Quinn but the Arsenal strikers goal was ruled out for offside.

Future Dundalk player Ken De Mange, then with Liverpool, also went close.

Gary Kelly, part of the Kelly goalkeeping dynasty that honoured Ireland for many years, made a mistake that allowed Robert Shannon to score. Scotland went two goals up when Robert Fleck of Rangers crossed for Kevin Gallacher (then of Dundee United and would end up at Blackburn and Newcastle) to score.

De Mange pulled one back late on.
The teams that played in Oriel that night was:

Ireland: Gary Kelly (Newcastle), Denis Irwin (then of Oldham but future Man Utd legend), Derek Brazil (Man Utd), Eamon Collins (Portsmouth), Pat Dolan (Walsall); Callaghan (Stoke), Mick Milligan (Oldham); Ken De Mange (Liverpool); Niall Quinn (Arsenal); Brian Mooney (Liverpool); Martin Russell (Man Utd)

Scotland: Goram (Oldham – future Glasgow Rangers keeper), Shannon (Dundee), Whyte (Celtic); Grant (Celtic); Boyd (Motherwell); Duffy (Dundee); I Ferguson (Clyde); D Ferguson (Rangers), R Fleck (Rangers), Gallacher (Dundeed U), Tortoiano (Hibs).
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