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IrelandRepublic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy 'praying' for acid attack victim Tega Agberhiere

17:25  30 april  2019
17:25  30 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Ireland football manager Mick McCarthy has revealed he is praying for soccer ace Tega Agberhiere , who was injured in a horror acid attack . He described the 17-year-old as “a very promising young footballer". We revealed today that Tega played for Ireland at underage level and has had trials with.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND manager Mick McCarthy has sent his best wishes to the victims of Thursday’s acid attack in Waterford, with Irish Tega was one of three teenage boys attacked with a chemical in Waterford on Thursday night, and his mother Christy told WLRFM last night that he was

Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy 'praying' for acid attack victim Tega Agberhiere © Inpho Mick McCarthy has sent his best wishes to Ireland underage star Tega Agberhiere

Ireland football manager Mick McCarthy has revealed he is praying for soccer ace Tega Agberhiere, who was injured in a horror acid attack.

He described the 17-year-old as “a very promising young footballer".

We revealed today that Tega played for Ireland at underage level and has had trials with several Premier League clubs.

Boss McCarthy said: “I was shocked to hear what happened to Tega and his friends in Waterford.

“I am sure I speak on behalf of everyone involved with football in Ireland when I wish them all well as they recover from the effects of this attack.

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Republic of Ireland coach Mick McCarthy has been among those to send messages of support to the youngster, as has the country's Taoiseach - prime minister - Leo Varadkar. Some viewers may find the following content distressing - Acid /chemical attack victim Tega Agberhiere (16) speaks publicly for

Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy has joined with Under 17 national team manager Colin O’Brien and Under 16 boss Paul Osam in sending their best wishes to Irish underage international Tega Agberhiere and his two friends after the acid attack in Waterford. It comes after Tega suffered first

“I know Tega is a very promising young footballer and I hope and pray that he is back on the pitch in the very near future.

“My best wishes to Tega, to his friends and to their families.”

Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy 'praying' for acid attack victim Tega Agberhiere © Reuters Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy Republic of Ireland - March 25, 2019 Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy during a press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs

Meanwhile, Ireland Under 17 boss Colin O’Brien, added: “It is very upsetting to hear about the incident involving Tega and I hope that he can complete a speedy recovery.

“Tega was in with us at Under-17 level and he had a great attitude as well as a lot of ability.

“All of the lads in the squad and the staff send on their best wishes to him and his family.”

The soccer ace was targeted in a case of mistaken identity by another youth last Thursday night.

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"I pull myself through everyday" | Victim of acid attack making strong recovery. After he was injured in a chemical attack in Waterford city, schoolboy footballer Tega Agberhiere is The victim of an altercation in which a corrosive substance was used, it was initially feared that the injuries sustained

Injured Tega Agberhiere in hospital with acid burns. A youth who arranged a sick acid attack on a group of innocent teenagers was also seriously Ireland manager Mick McCarthy revealed he is praying for the Leaving Cert student. He said: “I was shocked to hear what happened to Tega and

Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy 'praying' for acid attack victim Tega Agberhiere Waterford Hospital

Doctors are battling to save his sight after what is thought to be the first acid attack on teens in Ireland.

His devastated mum Christy last night told the Irish Mirror: “He is alive, thank God. They threw it on to the face. He is in the hospital.

“He is bad but they are doing work on him and he is getting better.”

A Garda spokesman said this morning: “Four youths have been arrested by Gardaí investigating alleged incidents of assault and violent disorder in Waterford City.”

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