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Northern Ireland 2018 Away kit Small

Northern Ireland 2018 Away kit Small

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This fanela is in excellent condition, size Small and features Adidas ClimaLite Technology.

In 2018, the Northern Ireland national football team participated in several international matches and competitions. Some notable events and matches for the Northern Ireland team in 2018 include:

  1. UEFA Nations League: Northern Ireland competed in the inaugural UEFA Nations League during 2018-2019. They were placed in League B, Group 3 along with Bosnia and Herzegovina and Austria.

  2. Friendly Matches: Northern Ireland played a number of friendly matches throughout the year as part of their preparation for international competitions. Some of these matches included fixtures against teams like South Korea, Panama, Costa Rica, and Israel.

  3. 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Although Northern Ireland did not qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, they participated in the qualification matches. They were drawn into Group C along with Germany, Czech Republic, Norway, Azerbaijan, and San Marino.

  4. Managerial Change: In early 2018, Michael O'Neill was the manager of the Northern Ireland national team. However, in December 2017, it was announced that O'Neill had agreed to a four-year contract extension. So, he continued to lead the team throughout 2018.

During the 2018 period, the Northern Ireland national football team had several notable players who contributed to their performances in international matches. Some of these players include:

  1. Steven Davis: Davis, the team captain at the time, played a crucial role in midfield. His leadership and playmaking abilities were instrumental in guiding the team's performances.

  2. Jonny Evans: Evans, a central defender, brought experience and defensive solidity to the team. His performances at the back were pivotal in maintaining Northern Ireland's defensive shape.

  3. Kyle Lafferty: Lafferty, a forward, was one of the main goal-scoring threats for Northern Ireland. His physical presence and finishing ability made him a key attacking option for the team.

  4. Josh Magennis: Magennis, another forward, provided pace and energy in the attacking third. His ability to stretch opposition defenses and create scoring opportunities was valuable for Northern Ireland.

  5. Oliver Norwood: Norwood, a midfielder known for his passing range and set-piece delivery, played an important role in controlling the tempo of matches and creating chances for his teammates.

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