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Wales Coach Defends Neil Taylor's Injury On Seamus

Republic of Ireland defender, Seamus Coleman was left with a broken left in their fervid World Cup qualifier in Dublin by Neil Taylor and Ch...

Republic of Ireland defender, Seamus Coleman was left with a broken left in their fervid World Cup qualifier in Dublin by Neil Taylor and Chris Coleman is defending him (Taylor). 
Seamus was carried from the pitch on a stretcher after the referee gave Taylor a straight red card on the  69th minutes of the game for tackling the Everton full-back during Friday night's 0:0 draw.
The Football Association (FA) of Ireland confirmed later that Seamus Coleman had broken his right leg and he is expected undergo surgery on Saturday.
The galling thing about the whole incident is that, television underlined the severity of the injury by refusing to show replays of it which just ended the player's season.
“Sadly for Seamus, obviously, it looks like it’s a bad one,” Wales manager, Chris Coleman said, adding Taylor had gone into the Republic dressing room at the end of the match to see the Ireland captain.
“Neil Taylor is not that type of player. He’s had a serious injury himself. He’s a great boy, he’s a cracking lad.

“I’ve not seen the challenge, but I’ve seen the outcome, if you like, and it’s a bad one for Seamus.
“Yes, it looks like he (Taylor) has got that one wrong on our part. I’ve only seen it in real time when it happened and I didn’t see a lot.
“I saw the reaction. I have seen a picture of the outcome, so my thoughts are with Seamus.
“Of course, Neil is devastated himself. But, no, I never said to Neil, ‘What were you thinking?'”
Although, there were scoring chances but it turned out to be a feisty challenge. Republic midfielder Glenn Whelan caught his Stoke City team-mate, Joe Allen with a swinging forearm right on half-time, and Gareth Bale scythed down John O’Shea in a way which had the home fans shouting for a red card.
Gareth Bale was booked in the process ruling him out of Wales’ trip to new Group D leaders, Serbia in June and once more had a narrow escape being sent off for a high foot in the final quarter.
“It was a typical British derby game, there was needle all the way through it,” Chris Coleman responded angrily to Irish reporters.
“In your view do you think one or two of yours were lucky to stay on the pitch, because there was a little bit of both.
“Your boys are not coming off there with halos on their heads. It was going on all through the game.
“I’m not complaining, it was a typical British game of football. You don’t want to see anybody getting sent off, but there were one or two complaints from our boys when your boys were a little bit late here and there, and some of our boys were as well.”
Republic of Ireland manager, Martin O’Neill said he had been told that Taylor’s tackle “wasn’t great”.
“I’d like to have been in a position to have seen the challenge,” O’Neill said.
“The players said it wasn’t great. The television people said it wasn’t great either.
“I’ve seen John’s injury and he has stud marks on his ankle. They tell me they’re both pretty bad challenges.”
Serbia took over the top spot in the group after their 3-1 victory at Georgia earlier in the day.
They are tied on 11 points with Republic of Ireland, with Wales and Austria – 2-0 winners over Moldova – four points behind.
“It’s five games gone, we’re exactly halfway. Two games at home, three away,” O’Neill said.
“We’ve 11 points on the board. I would have taken that (at the start of the group).
“Serbia won, Austria won – they’re not out of it. Wales didn’t gain any ground on us, but we still have to go there and they are capable of winning matches.”



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Wales Coach Defends Neil Taylor's Injury On Seamus
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