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Profile of the Irish footballer James McClean, who currently plays as a midfielder at Wigan. The 25-year old player McClean joined Wigan from Sunderland and wears the number 11 shirt.

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James McClean : Wigan News
“Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy have been recalled to the Republic of Ireland Green (Rotherham), Aiden McGeady (Everton), Anthony Pilkington (Cardiff), James McClean (Wigan), Robbie Brady, Stephen Quinn, David Meyler (all Hull); Robbie Keane (LA”
 ITV  Today
“James McClean has been named in the Republic of Ireland squad Paul Green (Rotheram), Aiden McGeady (Everton), Anthony Pilkington (Cardiff), James McClean (Wigan), Robbie Brady, Stephen Quinn, David Meyler (all Hull), Wes Hoolahan (Norwich), Robbie”
 Vital Wigan  Today
“JAMES McClean says Wigan Athletic have finally set themselves a standard that they must not drop below.”
 Wigan Today  Yesterday
“McClaren offered no excuses after the Rams lost 2-1 despite going ahead through John Eustace's goal. Wigan substitute James McClean struck twice in the second half. It was Derby's first defeat in 13 matches and only their second of the season.”
 Burton Mail  2 days ago
“Derby were stunned when referee Robert Madley gave a handball against Bryson just inside the box, but James but Wigan equalised two minutes later when Espinoza's low ball from the right was turned in from six yards by McClean.”
 Football365  4 days ago
“Second-half goals by James McClean ended Derby County’s unbeaten home record as Wigan came from behind to register a first win in nine matches, although Steve McClaren’s side remain top of the Championship on goal difference.”
 The Independent  4 days ago
“The Championship leaders went in front through John Eustace after Jack Butland had saved a James Tavernier penalty, but Wigan substitute McClean struck twice from close range in the second half to end Derby's hopes of a club-record seven consecutive clean”
 Yahoo Sport  4 days ago
“The persistent determination of Wigan, despite three consecutive stalemates, finally paid off as James McClean's late double helped his team back from a 1-0 deficit against Championship leaders Derby County.”
 Mancunian Matters  Yesterday
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Goalkeepers
Lee Nicholls Ali Al Habsi
Scott Carson
Defenders
James Tavernier Emmerson Boyce
James Perch Aaron Taylor-Sinclair
Andrew Taylor Maynor Figueroa
Rob Kiernan Thomas Rogne
Gary Caldwell Leon Barnett
Ivan Ramis
Midfielders
Marc-Antoine Fortune Callum McManaman
Shaun Maloney Adam Forshaw
James McClean Don Cowie
Fraser Fyvie Roger Espinoza
Ben Watson Chris McCann
Emyr Huws William Kvist
Forwards
Martyn Waghorn Oriol Riera
Andy Delort
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