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I imagine there's a chance of Aaron Connolly getting a call-up given he's made two PL appearances this year (as sub) - never mind how well he's been doing for the U21s.  Particularly if he gets another run-out this weekend. 
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He won't.

McCarthy has already said that he won't be picking players from the 21's.

     
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You can pretty much copy and paste the squad from the swiss game to the Georgia game.

Those that would like to see some surprises will be disappointed 
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Horsebox, Mick didn't say that.  

He said - I'm paraphrasing - he won't be calling them up for the sake of it and disrupt the u21 and the player's development, but if they're playing in the PL, he would have to strongly consider them. 

For example, this is what Mick said in July about Parrott: "if he is starting and playing for Spurs, he’ll have to be a shoo-in for the squad.  He’s got to be playing really, to play. But if he is in the squad with Spurs with a chance of coming on –  I’m not going to be daft enough to suggest he isn’t good enough to come and play"

Hence if Connolly makes a few more Brighton PL appearances, or particularly starts, I imagine there is a chance he'll get called up to the seniors. 

But, I agree, don't expect many or any changes. 




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The squad will be the same as previous - Connolly has done SFA to be called in the senior squad too.

We also have plenty of cover for that position too.

Plus, he's be better off playing 90 mins for the 21's and trying to win the game qualify rather than sitting on bench for the senior side.



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Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 
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Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.


What Ireland days?  He;s been in the door 2 minutes as Roy would say.
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.


What Ireland days?  He;s been in the door 2 minutes as Roy would say.

And 2 minutes is all it will be. Poor bastard's gone to the dogs the last 2 years.
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.


What Ireland days?  He;s been in the door 2 minutes as Roy would say.

And 2 minutes is all it will be. Poor bastard's gone to the dogs the last 2 years.

Slightly off topic but why is it that so many good or potentially good Irish players go the dogs so quickly?

The likes of Brady, Judge, Hogan, Elliott, Arter, McCarthy, Hendrick, Gibson, McClean, Meyler and Clark have all regressed in the past few years with a combination of injuries and off field problems hampering their club careers.
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Originally posted by Mr. Snrub Mr. Snrub wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.


What Ireland days?  He;s been in the door 2 minutes as Roy would say.

And 2 minutes is all it will be. Poor bastard's gone to the dogs the last 2 years.

Slightly off topic but why is it that so many good or potentially good Irish players go the dogs so quickly?

The likes of Brady, Judge, Hogan, Elliott, Arter, McCarthy, Hendrick, Gibson, McClean, Meyler and Clark have all regressed in the past few years with a combination of injuries and off field problems hampering their club careers.

Perhaps they were never as good as they were cracked up to be. But I do think we've been particularly unlucky with injuries.
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Hogan should be dropped anyway. That's one space up for grabs. 
To be replaced by Collins or Maquire or Long!! 

Purely from an options point of view, I'd go with Collins, Maguire, McGoldrick, Parrott.

Robinson will probably be out wide but can also play up top. 5 very different men to go up top, are potentially two up top if needs be. 

Hogan is on the decline unfortunately. We have players that can do what he can but better. Never fulfilled on that cracking stint with Brentford. He's coming to end of his Ireland days.


What Ireland days?  He;s been in the door 2 minutes as Roy would say.

And 2 minutes is all it will be. Poor bastard's gone to the dogs the last 2 years.

Slightly off topic but why is it that so many good or potentially good Irish players go the dogs so quickly?

The likes of Brady, Judge, Hogan, Elliott, Arter, McCarthy, Hendrick, Gibson, McClean, Meyler and Clark have all regressed in the past few years with a combination of injuries and off field problems hampering their club careers.

Perhaps they were never as good as they were cracked up to be. But I do think we've been particularly unlucky with injuries.

We're all guilty on here of hyping up Irish players and injuries have been cruel to McCarthy, Brady & Judge in particular but a lot of our players seem to struggle to kick on to the next level. After the Euros, we were all hoping Brady, Hendrick & McCarthy and perhaps Arter would be our main menbut it hasn't materialised for one reason or another. 
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Pilkington. Remember him?   Never felt McCarthy was that good a player tbh.  Always looked to me that he tried to make himself unavailable to receive the ball and didn't want responsibility.  He tackles well though.
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Pilkington. Remember him?   Never felt McCarthy was that good a player tbh.  Always looked to me that he tried to make himself unavailable to receive the ball and didn't want responsibility.  He tackles well though.

Was only watching those 2 goals he got against Man City on the final day of the 2012/2013 season. He has fallen off the face of a cliff
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Pilkington. Remember him?   Never felt McCarthy was that good a player tbh.  Always looked to me that he tried to make himself unavailable to receive the ball and didn't want responsibility.  He tackles well though.

Makes him fit in with our midfield perfectly so.
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