DONAL LENIHAN: If Simon Zebo is flying in 2019, why shouldn’t he go to Japan?

If the 2015 World Cup taught us anything, it is that we need a depth of top-quality players in every position to make it to the last four, something no Irish side has yet achieved, writes Donal Lenihan.

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