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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by depechemode depechemode wrote:

Mick came across well as always . A class act. 

Looking at that squad Liam Daish above  , now there’s a blast from the past . 
Played for us in 92 then no more caps until 96.  How many other Irish players went through a gap like that ?
Stephen Gleeson played in 2007 under Staunton. Didn't get another call up for nine years.

I thought you'd know the answer. Alex Stevenson famously had to wait 14 years between his first and second caps (1932 to 1946) but that's an ancient history.

Do you have a list of Ireland's oldest debutantes? Asking because if Amond were to make his, he'd be close to 31. Especially outfield players. I know Slaven and Coyne were 29 when they made theirs. Shaun Williams must be up there.


This is the best I can do, but the date of birth of a lot of players who played before the second world war are tough to find, so there could be more that I've listed here

Player         Date of birth       Debut  Age  Home                Score                Away
Bill Lacey        24-09-1889  23-04-1927   37  Republic of Ireland  1-2                Italy
George Moulson    06-08-1914  23-05-1948   33  Portugal             2-0  Republic of Ireland
Florrie Burke     07-08-1918  17-10-1951   33  Republic of Ireland  3-2              Germany
Noel Kelly        28-12-1921  07-03-1954   32  Luxembourg           0-1  Republic of Ireland
Jack O'Reilly     07-05-1914  16-06-1946   32  Portugal             3-1  Republic of Ireland
Shaun Williams    19-10-1986  28-05-2018   31  France               2-0  Republic of Ireland
David Forde       20-12-1979  24-05-2011   31  Republic of Ireland  5-0     Northern Ireland
Christy Giles     07-07-1919  26-11-1950   31  Republic of Ireland  2-2               Norway
Terry Mancini     04-10-1942  21-10-1973   31  Republic of Ireland  1-0               Poland
Billy Hayes       07-11-1915  30-09-1946   30  Republic of Ireland  0-1              England



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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by depechemode depechemode wrote:

Mick came across well as always . A class act. 

Looking at that squad Liam Daish above  , now there’s a blast from the past . 
Played for us in 92 then no more caps until 96.  How many other Irish players went through a gap like that ?
Stephen Gleeson played in 2007 under Staunton. Didn't get another call up for nine years.

I thought you'd know the answer. Alex Stevenson famously had to wait 14 years between his first and second caps (1932 to 1946) but that's an ancient history.

Do you have a list of Ireland's oldest debutantes? Asking because if Amond were to make his, he'd be close to 31. Especially outfield players. I know Slaven and Coyne were 29 when they made theirs. Shaun Williams must be up there.


This is the best I can do, but the date of birth of a lot of players who played before the second world war are tough to find, so there could be more that I've listed here

Player         Date of birth       Debut  Age  Home                Score                Away
Bill Lacey        24-09-1889  23-04-1927   37  Republic of Ireland  1-2                Italy
George Moulson    06-08-1914  23-05-1948   33  Portugal             2-0  Republic of Ireland
Florrie Burke     07-08-1918  17-10-1951   33  Republic of Ireland  3-2              Germany
Noel Kelly        28-12-1921  07-03-1954   32  Luxembourg           0-1  Republic of Ireland
Jack O'Reilly     07-05-1914  16-06-1946   32  Portugal             3-1  Republic of Ireland
Shaun Williams    19-10-1986  28-05-2018   31  France               2-0  Republic of Ireland
David Forde       20-12-1979  24-05-2011   31  Republic of Ireland  5-0     Northern Ireland
Christy Giles     07-07-1919  26-11-1950   31  Republic of Ireland  2-2               Norway
Terry Mancini     04-10-1942  21-10-1973   31  Republic of Ireland  1-0               Poland
Billy Hayes       07-11-1915  30-09-1946   30  Republic of Ireland  0-1              England


Great work!

I wonder why it took so long for Mancini to win his first cap. He had a very decent top flight career for QPR and Arsenal.
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

Originally posted by depechemode depechemode wrote:

Mick came across well as always . A class act. 

Looking at that squad Liam Daish above  , now there’s a blast from the past . 
Played for us in 92 then no more caps until 96.  How many other Irish players went through a gap like that ?
Stephen Gleeson played in 2007 under Staunton. Didn't get another call up for nine years.

I thought you'd know the answer. Alex Stevenson famously had to wait 14 years between his first and second caps (1932 to 1946) but that's an ancient history.

Do you have a list of Ireland's oldest debutantes? Asking because if Amond were to make his, he'd be close to 31. Especially outfield players. I know Slaven and Coyne were 29 when they made theirs. Shaun Williams must be up there.


This is the best I can do, but the date of birth of a lot of players who played before the second world war are tough to find, so there could be more that I've listed here

Player         Date of birth       Debut  Age  Home                Score                Away
Bill Lacey        24-09-1889  23-04-1927   37  Republic of Ireland  1-2                Italy
George Moulson    06-08-1914  23-05-1948   33  Portugal             2-0  Republic of Ireland
Florrie Burke     07-08-1918  17-10-1951   33  Republic of Ireland  3-2              Germany
Noel Kelly        28-12-1921  07-03-1954   32  Luxembourg           0-1  Republic of Ireland
Jack O'Reilly     07-05-1914  16-06-1946   32  Portugal             3-1  Republic of Ireland
Shaun Williams    19-10-1986  28-05-2018   31  France               2-0  Republic of Ireland
David Forde       20-12-1979  24-05-2011   31  Republic of Ireland  5-0     Northern Ireland
Christy Giles     07-07-1919  26-11-1950   31  Republic of Ireland  2-2               Norway
Terry Mancini     04-10-1942  21-10-1973   31  Republic of Ireland  1-0               Poland
Billy Hayes       07-11-1915  30-09-1946   30  Republic of Ireland  0-1              England


Great work!

I wonder why it took so long for Mancini to win his first cap. He had a very decent top flight career for QPR and Arsenal.

Not sure how in touch with his Irish roots he or the FAI were... 
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Here's some stories about him including the famous national anthem one.



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Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Here's some stories about him including the famous national anthem one.


Nothing on that link, mate? 
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Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Here's some stories about him including the famous national anthem one.


Nothing on that link, mate? 

cheers. It should be ok now in the original link.
 




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Mick will be on the Ray Darcy show on radio 1 now, picking the music of his life if anyone is interested.
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Mick will be on the Ray Darcy show on radio 1 now, picking the music of his life if anyone is interested.
How do these ****s stay in the game so long in Ireland? D'Arcy's expiration date was around 2005! And what is the point of him interviewing McCarthy?
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Originally posted by TonyNotJack TonyNotJack wrote:

Mick will be on the Ray Darcy show on radio 1 now, picking the music of his life if anyone is interested.
How do these ****s stay in the game so long in Ireland? D'Arcy's expiration date was around 2005! And what is the point of him interviewing McCarthy?
Irish radio is completely illogical.

You are being generous when you say 2005! It baffles me as well. The sighs and self righteousness must be popular with a certain cohort. Feel sorry for Mick having to do that show. 
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Sadly there will be plenty of free tickets about tonight a sign of the times.
 
Mick McCarthy donates tickets to father's hometown club | Irish ...
https://www.irishexaminer.com/.../mick-mccarthy-donates-tickets-to-fathers- hometown-club-913255.html
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Well said Mick.
 
 
 Having a go at Ipswich fans now they are in the third tier after they hounded him out of Ipswich.

 

 


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Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

Well said Mick.
 
 
 

McCarthy: No Sympathy With Fans Who Hounded Me Out ...

https://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/34756/mccarthy-no...

Former boss Mick McCarthy says the section of the Town support who were hounded him out have “got what they deserved” and he has “no sympathy” with them following the Blues’ disastrous start to the season which has led to his successor Paul Hurst departing only …

 


Why post something from last October now? Just curious...
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Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by Double Maxim Double Maxim wrote:

Well said Mick.
 
 
 

McCarthy: No Sympathy With Fans Who Hounded Me Out ...

https://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/34756/mccarthy-no...

Former boss Mick McCarthy says the section of the Town support who were hounded him out have “got what they deserved” and he has “no sympathy” with them following the Blues’ disastrous start to the season which has led to his successor Paul Hurst departing only …

 


Why post something from last October now? Just curious...
 
Sorry it should have  been an article from RTE today but the link wasn't working thought the one above was similar but not the case.
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