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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Green Devil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Dec 2016 at 7:56pm
Originally posted by GUFC_Andy GUFC_Andy wrote:

Continuing to perform week in week out for Bradford. MOTM again today.

Would be great if he got a chance at WHU, perhaps next month

He'd be better off staying where he is and playing week in week out, given that he is only 20.
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Originally posted by Green Devil Green Devil wrote:

Originally posted by GUFC_Andy GUFC_Andy wrote:

Continuing to perform week in week out for Bradford. MOTM again today.

Would be great if he got a chance at WHU, perhaps next month

He'd be better off staying where he is and playing week in week out, given that he is only 20.

Agree, he is still very young and has it all ahead of him.
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If he keeps this up, would like to see him called up to the next squad a la O'Dowda when at Oxford Utd.  These boys are the future.  Good to get them involved now. 
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MOTM yet again
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Staying on at Bradford until the end of season

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Staying on at Bradford for the rest of the season.
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MOTM yet again for Bradford today. serious talent
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Josh is flying under the radar a bit, when I seen him play pre season for West Ham against Juventus he was superb and I have been following him regularly at Bradford and it's man of the match stuff week after week. Go on the Bradford forums to see what they think of him and you will see phrases like "best player in a decade at the club", "best player in league one" and "wasted at this level". Josh is a much better player than Forrester in my opinion but has not appeared on TV yet for people to realise it.
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A serious talent in my humble opinion, there are 3 irish players that i think would do very well in the Premiership, Cullen (maybe a little more time required), Doherty and Hourihane, COYGreens.
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Wouldn't mind if the fai organised a b international against one of the home countries to give these lads a chance to shine. I think the last one was against England at the cross when quinn stood out. We seem to have a few players breaking through at club level.
And it's come through now to mackay... and it's there
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Cullen is an interesting player. It terms of style he's quite similar to Roy Keane - straight back, head up, always looking for the ball. He's not quick, but he's got a brain. He won't beat ten men and stick it in the top bin, but in a horrible looking Bradford team, he's one the few who can put a move together. He's definitely got a lot of promise.
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Originally posted by killer kilbane killer kilbane wrote:

Wouldn't mind if the fai organised a b international against one of the home countries to give these lads a chance to shine. I think the last one was against England at the cross when quinn stood out. We seem to have a few players breaking through at club level.
Our last B team outing was against Nottingham Forest in 2008, we had played Scotland  B twice over the same period. There was a game between the B team and a LOI select in the 90s and we lost to England too since we beat them at the Cross
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Ok but with the players that seem to be emerging do you think a b international would be any benefit
And it's come through now to mackay... and it's there
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Originally posted by killer kilbane killer kilbane wrote:

Ok but with the players that seem to be emerging do you think a b international would be any benefit


This is why we have friendlies..
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Don't see the point of B internationals, we play enough friendlys that the likes of Cullen, Egan, Hoban Forrester are given a run and be made feel part of the set up.
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What's a home country?

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Originally posted by FrankosHereNow FrankosHereNow wrote:

What's a home country?
Well spotted, how the f**k did I miss that! 
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