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Kieren Westwood: Westwood was a passenger in France and like Given never had the opportunity to oust Randolph from between the sticks.
But with Given set to hang up his gloves Westwood can cement his spot as Ireland’s back-up ‘keeper, and if he continues the form he showed for Sheffield Wednesday last season can be a serious challenger to Randolph.
Like Given he has been a fine servant but you imagine now will be the time to say goodbye.
But, he is relatively new to the Ireland set-up and O’Neill should retain him as a member of the squad.
John O’Shea: Another of the old guard set to retire after Ireland’s exit.
Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad: report card Goalkeepers Darren Randolph: Darren Randolph was thrown in at the deep end when he came on to replace the injured Shay Given during the qualification win over Germany, and he has gone from strength to strength since that famous night at the Aviva Stadium.
Still only 29, Ireland have their number one for the foreseeable future.Shay Given: A brilliant international career which began against Russia in 1996 looks to have run its course 20-years later.He was good in the opening game against Sweden but struggled against Belgium and was dropped.His experience would have been useful as the Irish defence fell apart in the second half against France, and he helped shore things up somewhat after Shane Duffy’s red card.With Randolph staying free of injury, Given didn’t have a look in during the tournament in France and at 40-years-old is unlikely to prise the number one jersey back.
Retirement is almost certain for one of Irish football’s greatest servants.