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Originally posted by Rodneytrotter Rodneytrotter wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

I would have started him...if we were away to Bray.

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Lookin at the state of that pitch, don’t think we’ll see much passing stuff tonight anyway.
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Apparently he told Mick he didn't wan to be considered for selection as he wanted to stay home and concentrate on his drinking
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Originally posted by oldbilly oldbilly wrote:

Lookin at the state of that pitch, don’t think we’ll see much passing stuff tonight anyway.
He is passing stuff now? I thought it was just the booze he had a problem with!
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Originally posted by savo01 savo01 wrote:

Two years ago people were going mad that Maguire wasn't starting, that's quickly past. Byrne is good but he still has a lot to do. 

I'd easily play maguire ahead of Scott f**king Hogan Dead 
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Some load of sh*t posted on this thread,man of match again tonight.Glen Whelan national hero, fact.
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Originally posted by good luck charm 2019 good luck charm 2019 wrote:

Jack Byrne needs to get out the eircom league quick. He is never going to develop as a player playing in the eircom league . He is 23 now so he isn't that young anymore.

He needs to get a transfer to a championship club the next transfer window, or at the latest next summer, otherwise he will find himself in the international wilderness.

Byrne has a lot of talent . I think he has more talent than wes hoolohan and could end as a play maker for a lower level premier league team, but time is running out for him to fulfil his potential.

Like Daryl Horgan, Graham Burke etc. Forget championship, he will just get lost again, he be better off heading to the continent where his skill and technical ability be more appreciated. 
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Originally posted by good luck charm 2019 good luck charm 2019 wrote:

Jack Byrne needs to get out the eircom league quick. He is never going to develop as a player playing in the eircom league . He is 23 now so he isn't that young anymore.

It was 2008 when it was last the "Eircom League " ffs.
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Originally posted by good luck charm 2019 good luck charm 2019 wrote:

Jack Byrne needs to get out the eircom league quick. He is never going to develop as a player playing in the eircom league . He is 23 now so he isn't that young anymore.

He needs to get a transfer to a championship club the next transfer window, or at the latest next summer, otherwise he will find himself in the international wilderness.

Byrne has a lot of talent . I think he has more talent than wes hoolohan and could end as a play maker for a lower level premier league team, but time is running out for him to fulfil his potential.

Considering we have several players well into their 30's, Byrne has plenty of time to make his mark at international level. 

But when there is a safety first coach with just one remit i.e. get results now, Byrne will struggle to make an impact for this side, or indeed any English club, at any age. 
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He'd move back across the water only the pubs are much better craic here.
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Byrne would be fine in the UK provided he joined a club that suits his game, Burnley for obvious reason's wouldn't but a club like Fulham who try to dominate possession would.
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Strange that he's played for 7 clubs at the age of 23 and none of them suited him.
     
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Strange that he's played for 7 clubs at the age of 23 and none of them suited him.

Man City underage set up suited, Cambuur suited, Shamrock Rovers currently suits his style but yeah sure we'll just say the 7 clubs didn't suit him for the sake of it.
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Correct.

How did the Man City underage suit him? they shipped him out because he was never going to make it at City (like many others).

He's been dropping down the leagues and now he's back home playing the LOI.

I've watched him many times at Rovers and he has never been the best player in the team, let alone the match.

     
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Correct.

How did the Man City underage suit him? they shipped him out because he was never going to make it at City (like many others).

He's been dropping down the leagues and now he's back home playing the LOI.

I've watched him many times at Rovers and he has never been the best player in the team, let alone the match.


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Eh, because they played a brand of football suited to his style of play and as a result he done well but was never going to be good enough to make their first team along with 99% of kids who come through their academy.

Are you honestly trying to compare playing underage with Man City to making their first team.


Edited by Green Devil - 19 Oct 2019 at 1:31pm
"He drives two Ferraris; I think he's a very lucky lad to have 50 caps for Ireland,"

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He undoubtedly can play at a higher level. He's better off at Rovers than in League 1 or 2 though. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Green Devil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Oct 2019 at 1:37pm
Originally posted by zizu Kilbane zizu Kilbane wrote:

He undoubtedly can play at a higher level. He's better off at Rovers than in League 1 or 2 though. 

Agreed fully,

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