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He got it for real. Same for us odowda and Mickey jhonston...maybe that Duffy kid
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At 31 he's not going to improve, so it's no big deal that he's dropping down a division.

I think the main thing is that he's playing week in week out and if he can become a half decent option for Ireland so be it.  
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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Jaysis, what an eeijit. He seemed to be doing ok, and thus probably would have been picked up by another Championship side, which was surely the point of signing a 6 month deal...


I dont know, he hasnt exactly been pulling up trees. Hard for him to turn down a 2 year contract with the option of a 3rd at his age and with his injury history ...and its not as if hes regular at International putting his place at risk by dropping down a division.

Might do him a world of good anyway, get him back on the right track like McGeady this season.

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Turns 31 this year, and will be playing in the third tier for the foreseeable future. Probably time to forget about this guy and focus on the likes of Crowley and Byrne.
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Jaysis, what an eeijit. He seemed to be doing ok, and thus probably would have been picked up by another Championship side, which was surely the point of signing a 6 month deal...
We're decent enough..
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Has signed a two-year contract at League One-bound Ipswich.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pre Madonna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Feb 2019 at 11:29am
Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

It's almost sad watching him against Norwich, his balance and coordination seem to have completely abandoned him.
Can't say I've seen him play for Ipswich but reports I've read have been glowing. Set up Will Keane at the weekend for the equalizer and prior to that journos were commenting on his remarkable energy levels in his games to date for the tractor boys.
 
Havin watched him play regularly for Brentford I really can't wait to see him line out under Mick.
He was referring to his performance against Norwich and it was a fair assessment.
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Originally posted by Sullivinho Sullivinho wrote:

Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

It's almost sad watching him against Norwich, his balance and coordination seem to have completely abandoned him.
Can't say I've seen him play for Ipswich but reports I've read have been glowing. Set up Will Keane at the weekend for the equalizer and prior to that journos were commenting on his remarkable energy levels in his games to date for the tractor boys.
 
Havin watched him play regularly for Brentford I really can't wait to see him line out under Mick.

Originally posted by Mick McCarthy Mick McCarthy wrote:

“I was impressed again with Alan Judge as well. Alan was very unfortunate with the injury he picked up when playing at Ipswich with Brentford and I am delighted to see him back to his best.”
I'm out of practice at judging Mick's international mind but that quote, the possibility of lip service aside, has to be promising for the lad anyway.

he went to watch Ipswich play Derby last week. I'm assuming that is the game he is referring to in the quote.


Edited by colemanY2K - 18 Feb 2019 at 11:18am
"One of the dominant facts in English life during the past three quarters of a century has been the decay of ability in the ruling class." Orwell, 1942.
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

It's almost sad watching him against Norwich, his balance and coordination seem to have completely abandoned him.
Can't say I've seen him play for Ipswich but reports I've read have been glowing. Set up Will Keane at the weekend for the equalizer and prior to that journos were commenting on his remarkable energy levels in his games to date for the tractor boys.
 
Havin watched him play regularly for Brentford I really can't wait to see him line out under Mick.

Originally posted by Mick McCarthy Mick McCarthy wrote:

“I was impressed again with Alan Judge as well. Alan was very unfortunate with the injury he picked up when playing at Ipswich with Brentford and I am delighted to see him back to his best.”


I'm out of practice at judging Mick's international mind but that quote, the possibility of lip service aside, has to be promising for the lad anyway.



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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

It's almost sad watching him against Norwich, his balance and coordination seem to have completely abandoned him.
Can't say I've seen him play for Ipswich but reports I've read have been glowing. Set up Will Keane at the weekend for the equalizer and prior to that journos were commenting on his remarkable energy levels in his games to date for the tractor boys.
 
Havin watched him play regularly for Brentford I really can't wait to see him line out under Mick.


Edited by colemanY2K - 18 Feb 2019 at 9:54am
"One of the dominant facts in English life during the past three quarters of a century has been the decay of ability in the ruling class." Orwell, 1942.
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Originally posted by Stimpy Stimpy wrote:

Will Keane has one of the worst scoring records iv ever seen for a striker at 26


I can't say I'm looking forward to seeing him traipse the ashes of his cremated England dream around the Aviva and elsewhere.
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not particularly looking forward to the next two years under Mick... hope im proved wrong
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Will Keane has one of the worst scoring records iv ever seen for a striker at 26
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Positive words on Judge from Mick's own mouth. I reckon the reality of Will Keane leading the line might not be too far off either.

http://www.fai.ie/ireland/news/ipswich-striker-shows-mick-hes-keen-on-ireland-role-0
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It's almost sad watching him against Norwich, his balance and coordination seem to have completely abandoned him.
We're decent enough..
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Having a medical at Ipswich today.

Why would anyone go there Dead
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Having a medical at Ipswich today.

Why would anyone go there Dead
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Being linked with a move to Ipswich, which is pretty much a guarantee of L1 football next season.
We're decent enough..
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