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Originally posted by Wearmouth Wearmouth wrote:

Steve Bruce seems to rate young John.
 
Seeing as Bruce rates him , there is no reason why this time next year Egan cant be a regular in the Irish Senior Squad if he gets his chance with Sunderland and takes it
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I doubt it, at best he'd be fifth choice centre half behind Dunne, St Ledger, O'Shea, Clark, and probably Wilson. Promote him to the U21s and let him settle there, then to the seniors
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under 21s is fair craic
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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

I doubt it, at best he'd be fifth choice centre half behind Dunne, St Ledger, O'Shea, Clark, and probably Wilson. Promote him to the U21s and let him settle there, then to the seniors
 
Trap use's O'Shea as a right back mainly , Clark is seen as a left back for the short-term with a view to being the main man at the heart of our defence once Dunne is retired , Wilson is a full back or midfielder??! Egan gets 10 or 15 games with Sunderland this season or gets a loan move to a Championship club i can see him getting promoted to the senior squad within a year imo
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Citizen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Aug 2011 at 9:46am
does'nt seem to be that tall for a centre half, that would be my only concern with egan, maybe he is deceptively tall, but didnt look it at the under 19s

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Not that tall alright but looks very strong. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Double Maxim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Aug 2011 at 10:55pm
Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

does'nt seem to be that tall for a centre half, that would be my only concern with egan, maybe he is deceptively tall, but didnt look it at the under 19s
 
 
John is six fot.
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I was talking to the Sunderland Echo journo at Hibs yesterday and he thinks John Egan will end up on loan to a championship club this season.
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Originally posted by Wearside Bhoy Wearside Bhoy wrote:

I was talking to the Sunderland Echo journo at Hibs yesterday and he thinks John Egan will end up on loan to a championship club this season.
I'd look forward to seeing him play in the championship, he looked very good at u-19 level.
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Originally posted by Jonesy Jonesy wrote:

hopefully a good career ahead for John
 
 
Theres every chance.
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John played a full ninety minues in Sunderland Reserves 3 0 Tote Cup final victory over Walsall last night. JE set up the crucial second goal for Tounkara with a quality pass. 
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JE  played a full 90 minutes for the reserves v Chelsea yesterday.
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He is on the bench today for Sunderland at OT. 
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thats good tosee
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Originally posted by jackshat jackshat wrote:

He is on the bench today for Sunderland at OT. 


McClean & Meyler too apparently
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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

Originally posted by jackshat jackshat wrote:

He is on the bench today for Sunderland at OT. 


McClean & Meyler too apparently

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6 Ireland players featuring in Villa/Norwich too , good stuff
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