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The offending users profile name contained a reference to Conor McGregor, hopefully t'f**k they aren't Irish and coming out with that sort of sh*te.
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Embarrassing - these f**king mouth breathers...

Great to see McGoldrick put a brace past a sh*tty club like Chelsea. 
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Originally posted by DeclanDaly DeclanDaly wrote:

Embarrassing - these f**king mouth breathers...

Great to see McGoldrick put a brace past a sh*tty club like Chelsea. 
 
It's just great to see him score let's be honest! I know both came from defensive errors but he still bashed them away nicely.

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Great to see him score - twice! Hard to believe it's his first goal(s) in the league all season. Much deserved.

Oh, David McGoldrick! 
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Originally posted by Shermanator1 Shermanator1 wrote:

Delighted for David McGoldrick. One of the most industrious players on the field, and a truly nice person off it.  A few years back, my twin boys Bobby and Christian, had the opportunity to accompany the Irish team onto the field at Met Life stadium for a friendly against Mexico.  Bobby walked out with David, while Christian walked out with James McClean, who wore the captain's armband that evening.  James was all business, only asking Christian who he would be rooting for. When Christian replied "Ireland, of course." , James nodded and said, "Good lad."  David was far more talkative, happy to learn that Bobby was a fellow striker, asking about his team, where he was from, etc.. He made a genuine impression that night, and we've been pulling for him ever since.  I'll also note that Wes Hoolahan (my favorite player) went out of his way to introduce himself to all the kids and shake their hands.  Class acts.
Soccer is my sons' passion, and they recently made the New Jersey Olympic Development team. Unfortunately, they are a generation of two removed from being eligible to represent Ireland. Nevertheless, when they first started playing soccer, I couldn't help myself.

Lovely post and story. A great example of the Irish around the world! 
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Originally posted by Shermanator1 Shermanator1 wrote:

Delighted for David McGoldrick. One of the most industrious players on the field, and a truly nice person off it.  A few years back, my twin boys Bobby and Christian, had the opportunity to accompany the Irish team onto the field at Met Life stadium for a friendly against Mexico.  Bobby walked out with David, while Christian walked out with James McClean, who wore the captain's armband that evening.  James was all business, only asking Christian who he would be rooting for. When Christian replied "Ireland, of course." , James nodded and said, "Good lad."  David was far more talkative, happy to learn that Bobby was a fellow striker, asking about his team, where he was from, etc.. He made a genuine impression that night, and we've been pulling for him ever since.  I'll also note that Wes Hoolahan (my favorite player) went out of his way to introduce himself to all the kids and shake their hands.  Class acts.
Soccer is my sons' passion, and they recently made the New Jersey Olympic Development team. Unfortunately, they are a generation of two removed from being eligible to represent Ireland. Nevertheless, when they first started playing soccer, I couldn't help myself.


love that, great pic, was at that match as well as i live in NJ- best of luck to your boys in their careers!
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Won the FAI 2019 POTY, fully deserved imo Clap
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

Won the FAI 2019 POTY, fully deserved imo Clap


The same SU side, bar for the last handful of games of the season were in a European place and bottled it. McGoldrick scored a measily 2 goals in 28 games, so the barometer wasn't exactly sky high.

SU fans may well see him most, but with all due respect a 32 year old isn't going to have added anything new to his game that we (Ireland fans) haven't seen before so it's irrelevant really.
     
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You do realise the FAI POTY award was for how they performed for Ireland Embarrassed

Edited by Green Devil - 06 Aug 2020 at 9:19am
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

You do realise the FAI POTY award was for how they performed for Ireland Embarrassed

And on that basis it was completely deserved, in almost every game he played he was a contender for MOTM.
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

You do realise the FAI POTY award was for how they performed for Ireland Embarrassed



I was messing about!

     
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

Won the FAI 2019 POTY, fully deserved imo Clap


So winning a POTY award is a token gesture that means nothing if James McClean wins it, but when David McGoldrick wins it for an Ireland team that's looked shambolic it suddenly mean something.

Right.
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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

Won the FAI 2019 POTY, fully deserved imo Clap


So winning a POTY award is a token gesture that means nothing if James McClean wins it, but when David McGoldrick wins it for an Ireland team that's looked shambolic it suddenly mean something.

Right.

It's also a token gesture, we were awful under Mick McCarthy but he was one of the few positives to come out of his reign. 
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Great team goal for his goal in the cup tonight.

Part of a 4-4-2 they played aswell which is encouraging that he's getting goals playing as an old fashioned #9 rather than the complicated systems he's been involved in
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Just scored a lovely goal against Arsenal.
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Great finish 
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Cracking goal.
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