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Did everything asked of him really. A cup run would be great for him
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Looked good tonight. A cup run would do him some good. Still think Bazunu has the edge over him at the minute though.
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Very good performance tonight
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you really begin to think our two best players of this generation are both goalies. If they were both outfielders, even in the same position, you could at least get them both on the pitch. It's going to be a crying shame leaving out one of Kelleher or Bazunu match after match given some of the outfielders who are going to get 50+ caps.
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Originally posted by Stickittotheman Stickittotheman wrote:

Looked good tonight. A cup run would do him some good. Still think Bazunu has the edge over him at the minute though.

At this rate we'll have to find a way of squeezing Kelleher, Baz and Travers into the starting XI 
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I'd be Kellehers biggest fan but the hype bubble is going to fair burst when one of him or Bazunu inevitably make a mistake. Bazunu particularly some of the hype is mental. 

Kelleher was class and I hope he gets a Cup run now a good run of games. He's an Alisson injury away from being regular first choice for one of the best club teams on the planet no Irish player is in remotely as good a position when you put it into that context!!
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another excellent performance, swept up brilliantly, good pen save and so composed, never looks flustered. top, top keeper. baz can't be dropped currently, but I honestly feel caoimhin will eventually come out on top. great dilemma for us.
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Originally posted by John Nice John Nice wrote:

another excellent performance, swept up brilliantly, good pen save and so composed, never looks flustered. top, top keeper. baz can't be dropped currently, but I honestly feel caoimhin will eventually come out on top. great dilemma for us.

 
Great dilemma to be in with the three keepers in our squad. 
Three keepers taking three different routes to get to the top. 

CK. Staying with his parent club as number two between the sticks but working with world class players day in and day out.
 
GB. Having all ready played LOI moving to a top club but going out on loan to play senior football in the UK.

MT. Stuck with Bournemouth and their relegation has helped his cause along with a new manager. Should the cherries get promoted he could be the first of the three to be a regular PL goalkeeper. 


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Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 
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Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

Very harsh on Bazunu imo and I'm an LFC fan who thinks Kelleher will ultimately emerge as Ireland's #1, but Bazunu has been excellent and deserves to keep his spot for the next competitive game given current circumstances. Kelleher should certainly start the meaningless Qatar game. We can look again then, but it would be harsh to drop Bazunu at that stage if he puts in another good performance. 2 excellent young keepers and as pointed out by others, Travers is doing well also, so we look well stocked.
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Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 


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Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

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We would have conceded 4 if any other keeper was in goals for us against Serbia! Going by your previous posts in the whatever section I feel there is a hint of racism in your weird agenda against Bazunu.
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

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We would have conceded 4 if any other keeper was in goals for us against Serbia! Going by your previous posts in the whatever section I feel there is a hint of racism in your weird agenda against Bazunu.

Bazunu's distribution against Serbia was excellent 👌 

Aye, this chap defiantly votes for the National Party and beats the meat watching Gemma O'Doherty and her cronies on Parler. 
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we are truly blessed in the GK department, Kelleher excellent last night, well able to read the game with Liverpool playing a high line
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Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

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We would have conceded 4 if any other keeper was in goals for us against Serbia! Going by your previous posts in the whatever section I feel there is a hint of racism in your weird agenda against Bazunu.

And this is the other end of the spectrum. He was very good vs Serbia, but to suggest if it had been any other keeper we would have conceded four is going oitt in the other direction. You honestly think Kelleher would have conceded 4 facing those same strikes on goal?
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Originally posted by John Nice John Nice wrote:

Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by planning planning wrote:

Flawless performance again who should be Ireland's No. 1, showing Bazunu how you keep a clean sheet. Not only did he save a crucial penalty, just look at how he cleared every through ball over his back four. When you see how Bazunu managed it In the Serbia game by completely missing everything and the ball, there really is no comparison between them. 

Kenny did show up to watch him, and he has a choice to make. Either he sticks with a keeper who can't keep clean sheets, costing us points and sending him nearer the exit door, or he plays someone he can rely upon to  keep clean sheets but can't play every week. For me, it's a no brainer. 

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We would have conceded 4 if any other keeper was in goals for us against Serbia! Going by your previous posts in the whatever section I feel there is a hint of racism in your weird agenda against Bazunu.

And this is the other end of the spectrum. He was very good vs Serbia, but to suggest if it had been any other keeper we would have conceded four is going oitt in the other direction. You honestly think Kelleher would have conceded 4 facing those same strikes on goal?

On another day Buzunu concedes 4!! He was inspired that night.
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Going by your previous posts in the whatever section I feel there is a hint of racism in your weird agenda against Bazunu.

Ah, now it's the racist card thrown out. Criticism of a Dubliner who can't keep a clean sheet amounts to a racist agenda these days. Confused I suppose that also extends to posters who say that Idah isn't up to it either. And there was a lot of them who saw that last night. 

As for Bazunu's distribution, that brought about the penalty for Portugal, and the throw in that led to the Serbia goal. He was beaten at his near post against Azerbaijan, and that's just the last 3 games. None of them were clean sheets. That's not racism, that's what happened. 

We have a situation where a manager struggling to keep his neck above the water, prefers a keeper at Portsmouth who has conceded 7 goals in 7 games, to a keeper with a European Cup winners medal round his neck, manages to keep the ball out of the net, and who might just save Kenny's job if he gets the chance. 

Even a world champion winner like Klopp who has won everything and the kitchen sink, couldn't resist having a dig last night at Kenny over snubbing him. Does that also amount to "racism" in your book? 
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