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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

not in the u19 squad announced today, strange that


Yeah that is strange.
Matt Cooper: What do you think is different this time?
John Delaney: Well we can understand our manager which is great. I tell you what, his English was always great when we were discussing the wages!
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he sounds the best under 20 player for ireland.  is there any other guy as good as him?  

There are two irish at Liverpool  McLaughlin and Flanagan, but they are full backs, they seem really good prospects
 
Sorry to go off topic but Javier, I have a quick query for you. My pal is trying to convince me to go to Argentina for the WC next year. I knows it's in Brazil but that will be way too expensive. I've spent a lot of time in Argentina and love it so the idea is appealing to me.
Do you reckon this will be a good idea? Will you meet me for a pint to discuss the merits of Bielsa vs Martino, Maradona vs Messi, Argentinian women vs Colombian women?  


Sure, he can go to Molly Malone nearby San Telmo quartier(neighbourhood), so you dont feel homesick.  Sad Eire is not gonna make it to Brazil, thanks Trapattoni's abusive panache.  It was the end of the road for him.
 
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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

he sounds the best under 20 player for ireland.  is there any other guy as good as him?  

There are two irish at Liverpool  McLaughlin and Flanagan, but they are full backs, they seem really good prospects
 
Sorry to go off topic but Javier, I have a quick query for you. My pal is trying to convince me to go to Argentina for the WC next year. I knows it's in Brazil but that will be way too expensive. I've spent a lot of time in Argentina and love it so the idea is appealing to me.
Do you reckon this will be a good idea? Will you meet me for a pint to discuss the merits of Bielsa vs Martino, Maradona vs Messi, Argentinian women vs Colombian women?  


Sure, he can go to Molly Malone nearby San Telmo quartier(neighbourhood), so you dont feel homesick.  Sad Eire is not gonna make it to Brazil, thanks Trapattoni's abusive panache.  It was the end of the road for him.
 

Sounds good amigo. I'll buy you a steak in El Desnivel and we can hit Molly Malones.

McLaughlin from the North and Flanagan is English.

But with the two Byrne's at City and Utd and Lawlor in goal for City, there is some decent talent obviously, lets just home they aren't another Clifford.






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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

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he sounds the best under 20 player for ireland.  is there any other guy as good as him?  

There are two irish at Liverpool  McLaughlin and Flanagan, but they are full backs, they seem really good prospects
 
Sorry to go off topic but Javier, I have a quick query for you. My pal is trying to convince me to go to Argentina for the WC next year. I knows it's in Brazil but that will be way too expensive. I've spent a lot of time in Argentina and love it so the idea is appealing to me.
Do you reckon this will be a good idea? Will you meet me for a pint to discuss the merits of Bielsa vs Martino, Maradona vs Messi, Argentinian women vs Colombian women?  


Sure, he can go to Molly Malone nearby San Telmo quartier(neighbourhood), so you dont feel homesick.  Sad Eire is not gonna make it to Brazil, thanks Trapattoni's abusive panache.  It was the end of the road for him.
 
Sounds good amigo. I'll buy you a steak in El Desnivel and we can hit Molly Malones.


Ok but if go to the WC in Brazil and you will hit down Buenos Aires, before going to Rio or Sao Paulo you have to conquer the vast Patagonia, as Antoine de Saint-ExupĂ©ry did,  you can catch the feeling down there like a pilgrim wandering around a bit as Pope Francis says.  You can charge batteries witj mother nature down there to experience Brazil after
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Originally posted by PaulMcGrath5 PaulMcGrath5 wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by JAVIER JAVIER wrote:

he sounds the best under 20 player for ireland.  is there any other guy as good as him?  

There are two irish at Liverpool  McLaughlin and Flanagan, but they are full backs, they seem really good prospects
 
Sorry to go off topic but Javier, I have a quick query for you. My pal is trying to convince me to go to Argentina for the WC next year. I knows it's in Brazil but that will be way too expensive. I've spent a lot of time in Argentina and love it so the idea is appealing to me.
Do you reckon this will be a good idea? Will you meet me for a pint to discuss the merits of Bielsa vs Martino, Maradona vs Messi, Argentinian women vs Colombian women?  


Sure, he can go to Molly Malone nearby San Telmo quartier(neighbourhood), so you dont feel homesick.  Sad Eire is not gonna make it to Brazil, thanks Trapattoni's abusive panache.  It was the end of the road for him.
 

Sounds good amigo. I'll buy you a steak in El Desnivel and we can hit Molly Malones.

McLaughlin from the North and Flanagan is English.

But with the two Byrne's at City and Utd and Lawlor in goal for City, there is some decent talent obviously, lets just home they aren't another Clifford.





O hanlon has looked excellent in the few liverpool games Ive seen on tv this season technically looks the best player in the liverpool youth team
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Strange he's not in u19...still has a few years at u19 tho
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yeah he's only 17. But what's strange is he has already played for the U19s twice, in August in a couple of friendlies against Norway. Came on as a sub in the first game and then played the 90 a few days later. Wasn't included in the squad for last month's games against Slovenia so perhaps Doolin decided on his squad for the competitive games after the Slovenia games and just decided that he didnt need Byrne in the squad. Hopefully, that's all it is, never know with Doolin tho....
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Only read about this guy the other day. Hopefully hes another McCarthy and not another Clifford!!
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Originally posted by CSCD CSCD wrote:

Only read about this guy the other day. Hopefully hes another McCarthy and not another Clifford!!

Agree 100%. I think what happened to Clifford was a real dose of realism to all of us! Hopefully Byrne won't go that way. 
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Alas being a top youth and in and around the first team is no indicator of your chances of making it in English football these days bizarre as it may sound and progress is now down to luck as much as anything.  Compare Clifford to two other Chelsea youth's Sinclair and McEachran.  Sinclair went to a Swansea side where people were still scratching their heads at Rodgers appointment as boss and being tipped for relegation.  One year later he's in the Premier League and then off to City.  McEachran has been raved about for a while now and while still only 20 he didn't do much at Swansea and I don't remember any rave reviews last season at Middlesboro.  At Watford he's only played 3 games so far.  Look at Cunningham, rave reviews at City, decent move to Bristol City but now in League 1! 
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Another bit about him here in the Independent 

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/exclusive-patrick-vieira-interview-former-arsenal-star-on-englands-struggles-coaching-and-beating-bayern-60-8860005.html

Encouraging to see that the Man City academy is heading down a more local/'home nations' route. As it stands, the current u-19s are from all over the world, so Byrne must have something special to be at the heart of their success. Very competitive environment.
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  Anyone know how he did tonight?
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Another strong performance from Jack: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/cska-moscow-1-manchester-city-6229717
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Nice highlights. Looks like a neat player. Anybody have any other video footage of Jack in action?
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