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And Coleman just went off injured in the United match.

Be grand though, I'm sure Coleman will play with crutches.
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Originally posted by Andrew00 Andrew00 wrote:

Scores again. How many goals and assists is that now for the season 
Not to mention the assist assists.
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And his expected assist assists. 
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Thank god Coleman is injured and probably out. Big nose would have played him
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Young Docherty deserves his chance
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I don’t think he suits a back four and I can’t see Mick switching to 3-5-2 for this. Even if he does he will probably go with Shane Duffy on the right and Hendrick on the left.
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Originally posted by Jebediah Springfield Jebediah Springfield wrote:

Scores the equalizer. Continues to play himself out of the squad. 

He's scoring goals, assisting goals and his all round performance in games has been impressive in one of the toughest leagues in the world.

It just doesnt fit into what ireland are trying to do here, it would mean our strategy needs to change.
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Thank god Coleman is injured and probably out. Big nose would have played him

Whatever about your motivation for a player to be selected ahead of another but to be glad of an injury to a player like Coleman is pathetic. 
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

I don’t think he suits a back four and I can’t see Mick switching to 3-5-2 for this. Even if he does he will probably go with Shane Duffy on the right and Hendrick on the left.

Of course he can play in a back four, he just needs instructions to play a little more conservative going forward. 


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You would have to say doherty is amoung the best players in the PL over the last year or more even. Its a sad state that hes almost an after thought with Mick. 
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

I don’t think he suits a back four and I can’t see Mick switching to 3-5-2 for this. Even if he does he will probably go with Shane Duffy on the right and Hendrick on the left.

Of course he can play in a back four, he just needs instructions to play a little more conservative going forward. 

He can but why not play him in a system that best suits him. You have himself and stevens performing bigtime in the PL. Play them as wingbacks. 
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Gets an assist to add to the goal. On fire this week.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

I don’t think he suits a back four and I can’t see Mick switching to 3-5-2 for this. Even if he does he will probably go with Shane Duffy on the right and Hendrick on the left.

Of course he can play in a back four, he just needs instructions to play a little more conservative going forward. 
Not every player can play both. I might be wrong, but I can’t see him being anywhere near as good at right-back for Ireland. 
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Andrew00 Andrew00 wrote:

Scores again. How many goals and assists is that now for the season 
Not to mention the assist assists.

15 goals all comps since start of last season. 7 assists in pl in that time. 
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

I don’t think he suits a back four and I can’t see Mick switching to 3-5-2 for this. Even if he does he will probably go with Shane Duffy on the right and Hendrick on the left.

Of course he can play in a back four, he just needs instructions to play a little more conservative going forward. 
Not every player can play both. I might be wrong, but I can’t see him being anywhere near as good at right-back for Ireland. 

He only has to be better than what we have already, Coleman has been more suspect of late. 
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Coleman out for the playoffs (if they go ahead) according to Tony O'Donoghue on Six One just now.
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Well, that's one less Mick arguement that will be had. 


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Originally posted by Banjaxed Banjaxed wrote:

Well, that's one less Mick arguement that will be had. 


I have a feeling that it could lead to a whole set of new ones though.
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