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Showed what an intelligent player he was with that pass, get's Hendrick sent off and he has a place for Wednesday 
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In his 10 minutes he showed some glimpses that he is good enough, would have liked to see him play more to judge it better. Hopefully that will be addressed on Wednesday
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Showed what an intelligent player he was with that pass, get's Hendrick sent off and he has a place for Wednesday 
 

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. To be fair youd a lot of smartarses sticking the boot into Byrne for that pass. Byrne also created 2 chances in the short time he was on more then any of the other dimwits created out together. Iโ€™d give him a run. What worries me is Kenny said Hendrick was playing well last night I hope he was only joking?


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Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

Originally posted by Artie Ziff Artie Ziff wrote:

Showed what an intelligent player he was with that pass, get's Hendrick sent off and he has a place for Wednesday 
 

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. To be fair youd a lot of smartarses sticking the boot into Byrne for that pass. Byrne also created 2 chances in the short time he was on more then any of the other dimwits created out together. Iโ€™d give him a run. What worries me is Kenny said Hendrick was playing well last night I hope he was only joking?

He brought on Hourihane also, which worried me more. What has he seen since taking over that made him think that Hourihane was going to come on and affect the game? 

Byrne maybe untested but surely Byrne coming on at when Hourihane did would have made a lot more sense. 
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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

Originally posted by Artie Ziff Artie Ziff wrote:

Showed what an intelligent player he was with that pass, get's Hendrick sent off and he has a place for Wednesday 
 

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. To be fair youd a lot of smartarses sticking the boot into Byrne for that pass. Byrne also created 2 chances in the short time he was on more then any of the other dimwits created out together. Iโ€™d give him a run. What worries me is Kenny said Hendrick was playing well last night I hope he was only joking?

He brought on Hourihane also, which worried me more. What has he seen since taking over that made him think that Hourihane was going to come on and affect the game? 

Byrne maybe untested but surely Byrne coming on at when Hourihane did would have made a lot more sense. 
 

Hourihane is only an asset against a team that basically is far inferior then you and makes no effort to put pressure on the ball. You see this for Villa too last year against bottom half sides Villa dominated the ball against them and Hourihane without pressure being applied was a huge asset. No coincidence his best game wa Bulgaria he was very good against Bulgaria the one team we have played that did as much just set off us. 

If a team puts pressure on the ball then he doesnโ€™t want it/gets run over. Against the minnows 5th/6th seeds now or even sides like Cyprus Estonia Kazakhstan the weaker 4th seed sides teams that will sit off you if you go to outplay them he would be a huge asset for his set piece and ability on the ball. 

Byrne and even Knight showed ability to play out of tight spaces that the rest of them havenโ€™t shown they are comfortable on the ball. There was always calls for Hoolahan despite having the likes of Whelan Andrewโ€™s Gibson McCarthy playing PL/higher level then him for the same reason Hoolahans ability on the ball which was something we lacked. 

I could stretch myself to understand previous managers not playing Hoolahan unless we needed to win as they didnโ€™t want to play a passing style I genuinely canโ€™t to understand Kenny not using Byrne Cullen Molumby lads who are better on the ball then the lads heโ€™s picking more often as heโ€™s a manager that actually wants to play passing/possession football. 
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Deserves his chance, would like to see him start Wednesday night
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As a LOI fan I have seen the magic plane fly many a player across the Irish sea and into a national side on a return ticket soon after. 

As they say, if you are good enough then it shouldn't matter who or where you play. That's true, but make no mistake it is a very good indicator. 

The lad obviously has talent so Im really interested to see where he ends up at the end of the season. If he is as good as Shamrock fans say he is then there should be a host of clubs looking for signature at the end of his contract in a few weeks. 

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Created 2 chances witht the few mins he got. Has to start against Bulgaria. Kenny has nothing to lose at this stage.
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While not knowing his situation his path seems to be the same of many an Ireland player, loads of potential, had some set backs and the penny finally drops and he gets his head and game together and makes a good career for themselves. 

Hopefully Wednesday is another step on the up for him Thumbs Up
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Which is why I've always hated the... Why is he playing in League of Ireland sh!te that comes out of people. 

People are allowed to fail in life. Equally, people are allowed to redeem themselves, just as Jack hss been trying to do for the last 2 years.

2 years ago he was sitting depressed on a Kilmarnock subs bench. Now he's playing competitive matches for his country. His story should be  celebrated and shown to every young player who feels they've missed the boat. Your past actions as a player don't define your future potential. So small minded to think otherwise. I think Jack's unfolding story is a joy to witness.
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Liked the way he was demanding the ball as soon as he got on too.
Given all of the injuries and suspensions and our need to just bloody score, I would definitely be looking for him to start on Wednesday. 
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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Liked the way he was demanding the ball as soon as he got on too.
Given all of the injuries and suspensions and our need to just bloody score, I would definitely be looking for him to start on Wednesday. 

The single biggest downfall of most recent Irish midfields. Was great to see someone take responsibility. 
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Big mick according to reports looking to sign jack byrne
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Nottingham Forest are now reported to be in for him as well.
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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Nottingham Forest are now reported to be in for him as well.


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Chris Hughton had no time for Wes Hoolahan, a better player than Jack Byrne, when he was at Norwich. It would be a strange signing when you consider their place in the table, style of football, and the pressure he's already under at a team that is trigger happy with their managers.

I remember the uproar when MON repeatedly left Joao Carvalho out of the team. I could envision a similar future if Byrne went there.

If he did end up in the Championship, I'd picture him at a team like Rotherham or Coventry.

I think he'd fit in better somewhere like Barnsley, Huddersfield or Watford but they have foreign managers who probably don't have a clue who he is, and Watford can attract a higher standard of player anyway.
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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Nottingham Forest are now reported to be in for him as well.


Confused

Chris Hughton had no time for Wes Hoolahan, a better player than Jack Byrne, when he was at Norwich. It would be a strange signing when you consider their place in the table, style of football, and the pressure he's already under at a team that is trigger happy with their managers.

I remember the uproar when MON repeatedly left Joao Carvalho out of the team. I could envision a similar future if Byrne went there.

If he did end up in the Championship, I'd picture him at a team like Rotherham or Coventry.

I think he'd fit in better somewhere like Barnsley, Huddersfield or Watford but they have foreign managers who probably don't have a clue who he is, and Watford can attract a higher standard of player anyway.
 
Bit of a shock for many footy players in Ireland but there are leagues outside of England........
 
 
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