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Regarding players being seemingly undropable. McClean, Brady, etc

The last 3 managers for Ireland including the current one would fall into the bracket of...pragmatic, which explains a lot of squad and first 11 choices over the last decade.

I have to admit I'm very much looking forward to seeing what the makeup of  Stephen Kenny's first squad is in the autumn of 2020.
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Regarding players being seemingly undropable. McClean, Brady, etc

The last 3 managers for Ireland including the current one would fall into the bracket of...pragmatic, which explains a lot of squad and first 11 choices over the last decade.

I have to admit I'm very much looking forward to seeing what the makeup of  Stephen Kenny's first squad is in the autumn of 2020.

100%. Think Kenny would have at least 3/4 of the u21s in the senior squad. It’s possible Mick will have a dilemma before the euros where a number of youngsters will have breakout years at club level but no senior action for us, and he’s left stuck with decision of experience of McClean and Brady versus the next generation right before the euros.
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Originally posted by eddiebro eddiebro wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Regarding players being seemingly undropable. McClean, Brady, etc

The last 3 managers for Ireland including the current one would fall into the bracket of...pragmatic, which explains a lot of squad and first 11 choices over the last decade.

I have to admit I'm very much looking forward to seeing what the makeup of  Stephen Kenny's first squad is in the autumn of 2020.

100%. Think Kenny would have at least 3/4 of the u21s in the senior squad. It’s possible Mick will have a dilemma before the euros where a number of youngsters will have breakout years at club level but no senior action for us, and he’s left stuck with decision of experience of McClean and Brady versus the next generation right before the euros.

I have a snakey feeling one of the young strikers is gonna come good over the next 6-9 months. 


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Thats a great move for robinson from our point of view. He shud play most weeks. Hopefully he gets to link up with mcgoldrick and egan who if were lucky will get good gametime aswell. Excellent move.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Thats a great move for robinson from our point of view. He shud play most weeks. Hopefully he gets to link up with mcgoldrick and egan who if were lucky will get good gametime aswell. Excellent move.

Robinson is now united’s record transfer, think he should be looking to play every game
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Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Thats a great move for robinson from our point of view. He shud play most weeks. Hopefully he gets to link up with mcgoldrick and egan who if were lucky will get good gametime aswell. Excellent move.

Robinson is now united’s record transfer, think he should be looking to play every game

Hopefully. It is the PL though. No man is safe
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That’s a great move. I’ve high hopes for him, he has looked good whenever he has played for us. At an age where if he stays fit and committed he could be really important for us. Has more natural ability than most of the others
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Hopefully he can chip in with a few goals aswell
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Hopefully he can chip in with a few goals aswell
Maybe a couple of headers to go with his chip ins Big smile
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Hopefully a good move for Callum and plenty of Irish players at the club.
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