Brunt takes a break, Will Grigg's on hold and O'Neill sets record straight on the Republic

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Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill

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Two new faces have been named on the Northern Ireland squad for the Windsor Park friendly with South Korea on Saturday week.

Michael O'Neill has brought in Norwich defender Jamal Lewis and goalkeeper Conor Hazard, who's on loan at Falkirk from Celtic.

Burton Albion's former Cliftonville striker Liam Boyce returns after injury. 

Chris Brunt is taking a break from international football and has been left out along with Will Grigg who will instead play for promotion-chasing Wigan...

O'Neill kicked off his press conference with a statement saying he wanted to put the record straight on recent comments he reportedly made about the Football Association of Ireland 'poaching' young Catholic players from Northern Ireland...

And a meeting with the Republic boss is now on the cards...


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