Born: 29 May 1989
Total appearances: 3
First Cap: Ireland v Oman 11/09/12
DAVID MEYLER made his Republic of Ireland senior international debut against Oman on September 11, 2012, at Craven Cottage.
An athletic and competitive midfielder, Meyler has battled back from a number of injuries to finally make the breakthrough at senior level.
Born in Cork, the midfielder is the son of Carlow hurling manager John Meyler. Meyler senior previously managed Kerry hurlers and also had a spell as a selector with Cork.
David emerged with Cork City and was part of a very successful underage team at Turner's Cross. the won the U21 National League and the FAI National Futsal Cup in 2009.
Meyler made ten first team appearances for the Rebel Army before making the move to Sunderland and he soon established himself as a first team player at the Stadium of Light under Steve Bruce.
He is now looking to force his way into the Black Cats line-up on a regular basis after working his way back to full fitness and will be bidding to build on his senior international debut.
Meyler was capped nine times and under-21 level under Don Givens.
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