Republic Under-21s lose to Turkey

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King: Under-21s beaten in Sligo

King: Under-21s beaten in Sligo

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Oguzhan Ozyakup fired the winner for the visitors six minutes from time in Sligo despite the 73rd-minute sending-off of Muhammed Demir for reacting angrily to a challenge from Greg Cunningham.

Noel King's men must now win their two remaining games away to Hungary and group leaders Italy to stand any chance of claiming one of the qualifying places as best runners-up.

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