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O'Shea proved against Macadonia away that he can't be trusted with the responsibility of CB. 
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Originally posted by GoneToShowgies GoneToShowgies wrote:

Has to be O'Shea in the middle. Playing him anywhere else would be the same as playing him out of position at this stage.

To be honest im more woried about Dunne's lack of form, his injury and match fitness after it than I am about O'Shea.
 

Injury not ideal by any stretch for Dunne but actually a mid-season break in a way so might help in the long-run...
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Originally posted by IamGod IamGod wrote:

O'Shea proved against Macadonia away that he can't be trusted with the responsibility of CB. 
Not as the organiser of the defence, but when Trapattoni first took over, Dunne and O'Shea were the first choice centre back partnership and complimented each other very well.
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Originally posted by IamGod IamGod wrote:

O'Shea proved against Macadonia away that he can't be trusted with the responsibility of CB. 

He has proved this season that he is awful at WB and is in fact a very good CB. 
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Dunne carried O'Shea in those early games. Trap saw what I & others saw and sharply pulled O'Shea of of that CB position especially after the home game against Italy where O'Shea gifted the 2nd goal to Italy. 
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Originally posted by IamGod IamGod wrote:

Dunne carried O'Shea in those early games. Trap saw what I & others saw and sharply pulled O'Shea of of that CB position especially after the home game against Italy where O'Shea gifted the 2nd goal to Italy. 
O'Shea didn't play CB in that game, it was Dunne and St Ledger
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I think Trap goes with experience in every position in the back four. Won't want guys getting rattled. That points to O'Shea at right-full.
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I don't know if Trap really wants him to play CB. We will have to wait and see for the euros. Kelly is not the best right back in the world but surely you could put Coleman in at right back and O'Shea CB
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With Dunne injured for the czech game, Trap might start Oshea at CB which would be interesting to see how himself & St ledger play together there.

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Originally posted by darman28 darman28 wrote:

With Dunne injured for the czech game, Trap might start Oshea at CB which would be interesting to see how himself & St ledger play together there.


Doubt it,Trap won't change will just swap Dunne for O'Dea.
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I love to see trap start duffy in this friendly.Because i think that what friendly are for to see if lads can cut it or do a job for the team if needed.BUT trap wont do that we all know him by nowSmileAlso like to see coleman mcClean and McCarthy play at least a half hour.
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Originally posted by aviva8 aviva8 wrote:

I love to see trap start duffy in this friendly.Because i think that what friendly are for to see if lads can cut it or do a job for the team if needed.BUT trap wont do that we all know him by nowSmileAlso like to see coleman mcClean and McCarthy play at least a half hour.
 
 
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Not playing tonight - hamstring problem apparently.  
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Originally posted by JimmyG JimmyG wrote:

Not playing tonight - hamstring problem apparently.  
 
 
He was a huge miss last night.
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Originally posted by Drumaville Drumaville wrote:

Originally posted by JimmyG JimmyG wrote:

Not playing tonight - hamstring problem apparently.  
 
 
He was a huge miss last night.

Yeah they were certainly missing something at the back and I would love to think it was Johno.  Sessegnon and Cattermole were also a big loss.
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Originally posted by JimmyG JimmyG wrote:

Originally posted by Drumaville Drumaville wrote:

Originally posted by JimmyG JimmyG wrote:

Not playing tonight - hamstring problem apparently.  
 
 
He was a huge miss last night.

Yeah they were certainly missing something at the back and I would love to think it was Johno.  Sessegnon and Cattermole were also a big loss.

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