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Discussion in 'International Football' started by Dub13, Jul 11, 2015.
Dont think the Dutch or German players have ever been in a place like Longford
The chipper near that smells amazing though.
Henry and Rose is top notch
FAI released prices for 3 year Premium, only 2k, 10 years for 5k.
It seems they are similar to GAA and Rugby, however I have a feeling they are going to struggle shift them given the status of the team.
3 Irish in this.
I see according to the manager Bamford has confirmed he wants to join up. Certainly a player we could do with.
Why is he not in the squad then?
How would I know?
A comment rather than a question for you! If he is joining the team, great. But if he is, I'm wondering why it's not sorted by now with 2 competitive games coming up? I realise there are UEFA procedures etc, but it must have been only decided late (if decided at all).
Heard on a news report that it just wasn't done in time for these matches and Mick has told him to get the finger out basically
Be mad if Southgate called him up just to cap him. This guy is more English than Declan Rice and still could make it at Premier League level which would give him a chance with England
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Ah Niall did you not even give Mick McCarthy a buzz before you posted this. Getting shoddy around here.
Mick good on Late Late. Saw his segment this morning
Scenes coming back from Italia 90 will never be seen in this country again.
The FAI have awarded Declan rice with young player of the year award he won’t be at the awards ceremony go accept it!!
Can't decide if that is funny or embarrassing. A request for a speech would be amusing.
The 'Soccer' writers voted for this last November when the runt was still technically 'Oirish', and you'd have to say, he didn't have much competition.
Republic of Ireland and Portsmouth striker Ronan Curtis may miss the Euro qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia after a freak accident resulted in him requiring surgery on his finger.
Curtis didn't feature in Portsmouth's 3-2 win away to Walsall in League One last night and manager Kenny Jackett confirmed that Curtis had suffered from a freak accident.
The former Derry City striker was leaving his home before joining up with the team when a gust of wind slammed the front door shut on one of his fingers.
"Ronan trapped his finger in the door, it’s quite serious and needed surgery to stitch it back on," Jackett told Portsmouth.co.uk.
"It happened at home. It was windy down in Portsmouth and the wind caught the door as he was leaving his house to meet up with us.
"According to his mum, the top of the finger was hanging off and they sewed it back on with plastic surgery. It was 9am when I got the call, just when we were ready to leave, although he was okay by this afternoon.
"How long he’ll be out for is a really difficult one to say. I will be surprised if he plays on Saturday, very surprised, beyond that it’s hard to call."
Curtis was named as part of the 38-man provisional squad for the March qualifiers but he appears unlikely to make the cut now when Mick McCarthy trims his squad to 23 ahead of this weekend's FAI International Awards.
John Delaney lost his bid for an injunction to stop a story regarding him and some kind of payments from the FAI coming out. The story will be in the paper tomorrow.