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Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
They finally did it man... They killed my f**kin' car...
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Originally posted by city4life city4life wrote:

them rules are a joke,i know that's what they are but its still just wrong!
What are you on about.Rules are Rules.And as an ROI supporter .You better start thinking twice.Thumbs%20Up
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
 
 


Edited by n.iron - 17 Oct 2010 at 7:40pm
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So by you're logic Paul McGrath or David O'Leary aren't Irish?
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Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
 
 
 
Do you say that to the folk up there? Born in Ireland yet somehow British
They finally did it man... They killed my f**kin' car...
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What does it matter like if it wasnt for the Granny Rule we wouldnt of had the great tournaments of Euro 88 , WC 90 , WC 94 and WC 2002 Thumbs%20Up  Our Domestic League isnt strong so theres barely any foreign players plying their trade here , but i still think its a credit to our National team that every player has some sort of connection to Ireland wheather its Kevin Doyle from Wexford , St Ledgers family from Carlow or Gibson from Derry...Going down the route of Germany with Cacau , Croatia with Eduardo and Serbia with Cleo just because they played club football long enough to earn a passport is something i do not agree with....Maybe Liam Lawerence might never thought of playing for Ireland before but does he give a 100% everytime he plays? Yes he does...Does he feel Irish? Dame right he does , whats the problem Confused Lads like Jamie O"Hara , Kevin Nolan and Dave Kitson forget about them we are clearly not "good enough" Angry i understand most lads we"ve got from England would never get a call up for them but atleast they want to play for Ireland and thats what counts.....Future"s bright lads come on Ireland Clap



Edited by Green Devil - 17 Oct 2010 at 8:17pm
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Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
 
 
 
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Do you say that to the folk up there? Born in Ireland yet somehow British
 
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I am born in America but would gladly jump at the chance to play for Ireland due to my Irish heritage.  If Clark feels more Irish than English, than that is his right, and we should be happy to have him!


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If a dog is born in a stable, does it mean he is a horse??
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I don't know where to begin laughing at that post. But keep producing international footballers for Ireland, you're doing a great job for us.
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Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
 
 
 
 
So if a child is born on a flight (with both parents, grandparents etc all from the same nation) their passport will show "British Airways" next to the word Nationality
Wallet ?? What the fcuk is that ?
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some absolute sh1te talk on this thread , needless so say citybrokenrecord4life at the head of the sh1tetalk list
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Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
 
yes you are missing something LOL
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does the truth hurt roger milla?the facts are clarke is english he has captained england,he has stood for god save the queen wearing an english jersey!
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Originally posted by city4life city4life wrote:

does the truth hurt roger milla?!
 
i'll let you know when i hear it LOL
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Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
 
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
  
 
Confused
 
James Connolly - born in Edinburgh.   Scottish ?????
you sir, are a moron.
 
 
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Originally posted by Sligo Hornet Sligo Hornet wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
 
 
 
 
So if a child is born on a flight (with both parents, grandparents etc all from the same nation) their passport will show "British Airways" next to the word Nationality
 
Well, if its on a Ryanair flight it'll say 'extra baggage +€30 Wink
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Originally posted by magnumpi magnumpi wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Originally posted by n.iron n.iron wrote:

Originally posted by Tuff Paddy Tuff Paddy wrote:

City4life you are an absolute idiot. You know nothing about this lad and I would just like to distance all decent Ireland fans from comments like yours.

By the way - my kids have English accents and they wear Ireland shirts. I'd love to see you try telling them what nationality they are.
 
Kinna confused with what your saying Paddy.Are you trying to say that your kids are Irish and not English?
If they where born in England with Irish parents or any other nationality .
They are  English born.
They can still play and support Ireland or England.
I hope I picked this up right .And no offence if didn't.Thumbs%20Up
 
Born in England. But they are Irish.
 
Am i missing something.
Born in England=English
Born in Ireland =Irish
Born in china =Chinese.
 
Now if you wanna say that the kids are Irish .That's fine with me.(but they ain't).
They may have Irish parents Irish background.Irish behaviour.BUT, They where not born on Irish soil.Hence making them English with Irish Parents.Thumbs%20Up
 
Opps sorry they could have Irish passpots,
  
 
Confused
 
James Connolly - born in Edinburgh.   Scottish ?????
you sir, are a moron.
 
 
 
 
james connolly was scottish LOL
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