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    Posted: 30 Jul 2022 at 9:07pm

New season so a new thread for the player ratings. Definitely seems to be more Irish players across the Championship and League 1 this season - I think almost 60 got some game time across those two divisions between last night and today, and there are more games to come tomorrow and Monday night.
 
29/7/22

Championship

Josh Cullen 8

Superb in the opening 45 minutes and showed his class in second.

Dara Costelloe 6

Had two really good first half chances where he should have done better but his movement was good and he has the physical attributes to be a threat.

30/7/22

Championship 

Olamide Shodipo 5

A willing runner but offered no end product and was replaced midway through the second half by Albert Adomah.

Sinclair Armstrong 6

Made his debut in the second half and put himself about against a physical Blackburn defence. Had a glorious opportunity to make it a day to remember when the ball dropped to him just outside the six-yard box from a Kakay cross, but he was unable to set his feet and the the chance was lost.

CJ Hamilton 6

Had to do most of his work out of possession and defensively during his short appearance.

Jeff Hendrick 6.5

Got around the pitch but had much more of an impact in the second half as he looked to get stuck in and disrupt Blackpool's momentum. Helped keep things ticking over going forward.

Shane Long 5

Had a few touches but couldn't make much of an impact on the game.

Callum O'Dowda 8

Had a quieter start than Ojo on the other flank, but his link-up play with Collins was encouraging. Did excellently to skip past his marker and set up Sawyers for his goal.

Mark Sykes 8

Created two good chances in opening five minutes by getting crosses away, one in which Matty James almost scored. Full of energy down that right side with some skill to boot. Once or twice caught out of position but aside from that, faultless.

Scott Hogan 6

Didn't buzz about with the bristling intent of pre-season - and with very little ball to work with he was a peripheral figure throughout.

Will Smallbone 6 

On to change the system to 3-4-1-2 and showed some quick feet at times.

Gavin Kilkenny 6

A late change to 4-3-3 after Wilmot injury. Booked for pulling back Leonard to stop counter attack.

Michael Obafemi 6

Didn't get much in the way of chances until spurning a sitter in the second half. A few rusty touches in what was a frustrating display for the forward.

Ryan Manning 6 

Got forward well after coming on against his former club and almost had a chance to win it at the death before being tackled.

Robbie Brady 6

Got on the ball early doors and sent some teasing crosses into the box. Put in a shift and created the first half chance for Riis with a clever ball over the top. A couple of loose passes but he did okay.

Alan Browne 5

Covered the ground as always but didn't see lots of ball in the first half. Had to tread carefully after being shown a yellow card and moved to right wing-back when Potts went off.

Troy Parrott 6

Took him a bit of time to get into the game and find his feet. Was on the end of a couple of heavy challenges in the first half but showed some nice touches. Had two big chances to score and will be disappointed not to have found the net, but positive to see him getting those opportunities already.

Darragh Lenihan 7

Strong in the air against West Brom striker Karlan Grant. Organised Boro’s defence and was progressive with his passing.

Dara O’Shea 8 (Star Man)

The pick of the defenders by some way. Dealt with various attacks with his usual no-nonsense approach and stood up to the challenge of dealing with the imposing Forss when he was introduced. Some titanic blocks and interceptions along the way.

Jayson Molumby 7

He was quiet in the first period but he made a crucial couple of contributions in the second. The commitment on show in the build up to the equaliser was clear for all to see, while the pass once he’d won it into Wallace was inch perfect. Ran himself into the ground.

League 1

Trevor Clarke 6

Moves like Road Runner with his small, yet speedy legs, and there was a desire to break forward with the ball from deep which occasionally caused the visitors some concern, but he was pretty well contained on the whole.

Jack Taylor 7

Busy, but rarely effective before the break. A midfielder transformed in the second-half when he pushed forward impressively until Posh hit the front. Then successfully protected the back three in the closing stages.

Sammie Szmodics 6

Hardly seen in possession in the first half despite making many runs. Lovely pass helped Joe Ward set up the first Posh goal for Jack Marriott. Substituted after Posh went in front and received a fine ovation from the visiting fans in what could have been his final game for the club.

Jason Knight 8

Midfielder played full-back which you suspect will continue to happen until the club lands a replacement in the transfer market. Provided decent support and did really well.

Eiran Cashin 8

Such an assured performance and defensively was outstanding. Loves a tackle and produced a great block in the first half. Plays with such passion and you can see what the club means to him. 

Conor Hourihane 8 

The former Aston Villa midfielder was followed wherever he went as Oxford tried to limit his influence on the game early on. But he conjured up a majestic finish 10 minutes from time to send Pride Park into a frenzy.

James Collins 7

Had a couple of efforts at goal that were deflected in the first half and had to fend off the centre-backs on his own but kept them occupied. Was so close to a goal after the break.

Marcus Harness 6

Showed some neat touches throughout his Ipswich Town debut but couldn’t quite wriggle free to create as he would have liked. Had a few moments where he couldn’t get the ball out of his feet and some other moments of clever invention before being replaced just before the hour mark.

Paudie O'Connor 6

A nervous debut at centre back for the Irishman but he will no doubt begin to improve as he settles into his new surroundings. 

Anthony Scully 4

Badly struggled up front all match.

Harry Charsley 7

Given some freedom to get forward from the midfield three. Beat his man on the right to set up a chance for Proctor, then did well after the break to get over a cross just as the defender seemed to have forced him out.

Joe Rafferty 7

Really encouraging start to Pompey career. Some important blocks, particularly from Gregory in second half. 

Sean Raggett 7

Looked a little rusty at first, but full of heart and bravery as ever. Headed one off line in second half.

Ronan Curtis 7

Tireless as ever, but couldn’t affect Pompey positively too much in attack and troubled by Marvin Johnson’s forays forward.

Scottish Premiership

Jake Doyle-Hayes 6

Came on for the last few minutes.

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Really good round up youTellMe. Good to see oshea win some plaudits.

I can't help feeling the seasons first games where a little underwhelming from an Irish point of view. 

Was hoping for a kilkenny and smallbone start, no place in the squads for devoy etc.

Still it's only the first games 

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30/7/22

League 1 

Warren O'Hora 6.5

A calm head as ever and didn't give up an awful lot when it came to chances.

Conor Grant 5.5

Barely involved really as Cambridge shut him down at every opportunity with an aggressive press.

Darragh Burns 5.5

Came on too late to really make much of an impact on the right flank.

Jordan Shipley 6

It was a quiet debut for the former Coventry midfielder. Struggled to get into the game, and was subbed off for Aiden O’Brien with 10 minutes to go.

31/7/22

Scottish Premiership

Jonny Hayes 7

Missed a glorious chance to pull the game back to 1-1, but was the biggest threat in attack for Aberdeen as the former Celt looked to spoil the party.

Conversations around the average age of the squad are irrelevant for Hayes, as the winger has still got it and put in a big shift to try and find a way for his side to get back into the game.

1/8/22

Championship

Ciaran Clark 4

In on the right of the back three in the absence of Chris Basham and Anel Ahmedhodzic and struggled from the start up against the pace of Watford's attack. Mistimed tackles, got sold on the halfway line by Dennis who raced clear and was shown a yellow card on 15 minutes when he barged into the player after he again looked to get away.

John Egan 6

Came to the rescue on a couple of occasions with well-timed interceptions. Got a crucial touch to poke the ball away with Sema looking to get in on goal. Read the game well, producing a standing tackle to stop Joao Pedro in his tracks and clearing the danger on numerous occasions from set-pieces.

Enda Stevens 4

Struggled against the pace. Was pleased to see Egan clear the threat of Sema after the attack came from losing out on the halfway line after getting a throw-in with Norwood all wrong. Came off 10 minutes into the second half with what appeared to be a foot injury.

5/8/22

Championship

Scott Hogan 7

Off the mark with his first goal of the season. A typical Hogan goal, sneaking in and causing problems when and where it hurts the opposition most. Was quiet after scoring his goal, but if he can replicate the sort of form in front of goal which got him a big-money move to Aston Villa in the summer of 2017, Eustace will be a happy manager.

6/8/22

Premier League

Mark Travers 7

Forced into an early stop from Danny Ings, but was otherwise not made to stretch. Did almost make a meal of a simple catch in the first half, but claimed at the second time of asking. Will surely relish the added competition from Neto.

Gavin Bazunu 6

Beaten by Ryan Sessegnon for the first goal but wasn't helped by Kyle Walker-Peters who failed to get anything on the cross. Could do little for the second goal either, with Eric Dier uncontested when he flicked his header into the far post. Left exposed yet again when Salisu turned into his own net and when Kulusevski curled home unopposed moments later.

Nathan Collins 6 

A full debut for the sole summer signing. Little fault could be attributed to Leeds' equaliser, but Collins - who in between goals was solid and composed - was caught flat footed when Bamford got past him. That seemed to unnerve him, and Bamford did him again before the end.

Championship

Mark Sykes 6

Got forward well on numerous occasions to get his crosses away. Positionally caused some confusion alongside Vyner and Sunderland appeared to target his side to a degree of success.

Josh Cullen 6

Dictated play last week, not so this but improved as the game went on.

Dara Costelloe 7

Perhaps the brightest spark in first half with an eagerness and a running threat.

Robbie Brady 7

90 minutes in the tank for him and was the one PNE looked to throughout, with creativity in short supply. Was sloppy at times in possession but his crossing quality and vision led to a couple of chances inside the box. Saw a shot saved in the first half while another deflected on to the crossbar in the second.

Alan Browne 7

Didn't see much of the ball in the first half but tracked back constantly and carried out his defensive duties well. Came to the party in the second half more and was the pulse behind PNE's play for a 10 minute spell in particular. Had a chance from close range which Ingram kept out.

Troy Parrott 6

Was busy once again up top and the main goal threat in the second half. Tested the goalkeeper with a left foot drive, saw another deflect behind for a corner and also ran 1v1 but couldn't squeeze his effort in. Delayed the shot a little bit too long perhaps. Needs that first goal to set him on his way.

Darragh Lenihan 4

Brought in to add leadership and composure at the back but he was unconvincing as Boro corroded before receiving a straight red late on. You do question why he wasn't the man closest to Dykes for the third goal.

Jeff Hendrick 7

Gave Reading much more of a physical presence in midfield and looked much more assured compared to last week at Blackpool. Brought lots of energy to the side and didn't give Cardiff any time on the ball.

Shane Long 8

Brought in for his first start in exactly 11 years for the club and took less than half an hour to open his account once again, firing home from the spot just before the half hour mark to spark jubilant scenes in front of Club 1871. Worked hard up front all afternoon and pressed the City backline well.

Callum O'Dowda 7 - Star Man

Really tidy with the ball at his feet and had City's best chances of the first half. Scored his first Bluebirds goal with a fantastic header and had a well-hit shot saved well not long after.

John Egan 7

Looked comfortable and in control the whole game. Benik Afobe never troubled him as much as the Millwall striker would have liked. Did really well to get his head to Scott Malone's goal-bound effort and direct it wide for a corner.

Ciaran Clark 6

Much better from the Newcastle loanee. Understandably looked more comfortable on the left than he did at Watford on the right. Nothing spectacular, but steady away.

Will Smallbone 8

Looks an astute signing with his creativity and flair on the ball. A real class-act in the heart of midfield, and involved in most positive Stoke passages of play.

Ryan Manning 5 - Star Man

Drafted in for Matty Sorinola, the Irishman was one of Swansea's better performers in the first half. Put in a few decent deliveries into the Blackburn box, but grew frustrated in the second half.

Michael Obafemi 5

On the periphery of proceedings for the majority of the first half, although he was neat enough when he did get touches. More involved in the second half but never really threatened, although, not entirely his own fault.

Sammie Szmodics 7

Opened the scoring on debut with a calm finish from just inside the box after great work from Hedges. Pressed relentlessly before being taken off just before the hour mark.

League 1

Kieran Sadlier 6

Went to right wing-back after coming on.

Glenn Whelan 7

Did the job the manager wanted, keeping Rovers in control and allowing Finley to have a rest.

Jason Knight 5

Linked up well with Mendez-Laing and is starting to look a natural at right-back. Missed a huge chance at the back post, though. 

Eiran Cashin 6

So composed on the ball and did well up against Corey Blackett-Taylor in a one-against-one. 

Conor Hourihane 7 

His pass to Barkhuizen set up Collins' first big chance and he was generally excellent again with the ball at his feet and positionally.

James Collins 5 

Missed two really good chances that should have been scored. Tenacious, aggressive and a real threat. When he finds his scoring boots the goals will flow.

Harry Charsley 5

Broke into the right of the area just before the break but stabbed his shot wide of the far post. Fell below the standard he set last week, but wasn’t the only one.

Jack Taylor 7.5

The midfielder has started the season looking fit and strong. He's dominating central areas. His passing is not always accurate, but he delivered a peach of a cross that should have led to a goal for Clarke-Harris in the second-half.

Joe Rafferty 6

Solid defensively, yet saw little of him as attacking presence down right flank.

Sean Raggett 7

Refused to let anything past as the Imps were smothered. Did his job as efficiently as ever. 

Ronan Curtis 5

Replaced Reeco Hackett on 62 minutes. Injected energy but couldn’t inspire.

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I read on Irish Propaganda that 11% of the players who started today in the Championship were Irish. 21 out of 198.
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6/8/22

Championship

Jimmy Dunne 6

Scored with a goal he knew nothing about following Steffen’s brain fade when trying to claim a corner only for the ball to bounce off the Irishman’s back. However, it was often a difficult afternoon for the big centre-half, whose poor touch led to the corner that saw Boro score just before half-time. He then almost gifted Duncan Watmore a goal minutes later when he was caught dawdling on the edge of his own box but was bailed out by Rob Dickie’s block. Better in the second half with some towering headers as Rangers found themselves under the cosh.

League 1

Warren O'Hora 7.5

A typically level-headed showing from the Irishman, forming a good working partnership with Tucker alongside him.

Conor Grant 6.5

Kept Dons ticking over and driving forwards late on.

Darragh Burns 6

Didn't see a lot of the ball in the latter stages.

Scottish Premiership

Liam Scales 7

The 23-year-old handled the move to left back well and showed another side of his game with some promising runs down the flank.

Jonny Hayes 7

Goodwin recently described the Dons veteran as 'like a 21-year-old' and the Pittodrie boss might not have been far off based on his performance today. Despite giving away the penalty that led to the Buddies' only goal, the Irishman put in a solid display down the flank.

8/8/22

Dara O'Shea 8

Caused problems in the air in Watford's box as the Fur-long-throw weapon returned. One flicked header might've been converted at the back post. Took a no nonsense approach to his defensive duties, though most of the second half he was on the halfway line as Albion dominated.

Jayson Molumby 8

Was everywhere in the first half, snapping at the heels of yellow shirts and maintained a tenacity which eventually got him into the book. Progressive with his passing but looks to pass rather than shoot when the openings emerge sometimes. A selfless and committed showing.
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Excellent excellent round up of the information. Love it.
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Thanks for this. 

Seems like O'Shea and Molumby have started the season well. Great to see for differing reasons. O'Shea because he needed some form after his injury. And Molumby because he wasn't always a guaranteed start. From reading their fans forum, a couple of posters reckon he's improving all the time with games. Which I think I and a few others have said are essential for him for a few reasons e.g. his long term injury a while back at a crucial point in his development, his over eagerness when he isn't playing enough that manifests itself in over aggression in tackles and maybe nerves in passing. High hopes for both his season. 
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9/8/22

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Kieran Sadlier 7.5

Made a much greater impact after the break with crossing improving and took goal well to ensure Wanderers' place in the second round was beyond doubt

Sean McLoughlin 4

Has to win the header above Cook for the opening goal and that set the tone for the night, looked less than convincing.

Sean Roughan 7

A good performance at full back, with very little defence work required, particularly in the second half.

Paudie O'Connor 8

Yet another strong performer for Lincoln City tonight. The midfield continued to offer for the defence whilst working well with the frontline, even after a number of substitutions altered the flow of the game slightly.

Anthony Scully 9

Scores a deserved goal with his last touch of the game after some neat work. Was constantly involved down a left-hand side that proved fruitful for Lincoln throughout the game. One of city's best performers on the night.

Greg Cunningham 7

A couple of key tackles in the second half and slotted in pretty seamlessly, but a similar story to Bauer with Rhodes' goal. Tidy on the ball as ever.

Troy Parrott 7

In the right place at the right time for his goal and almost had a second shortly after. Looked confident and a threat once again. More valuable minutes.

Eiran Cashin 8 

Made a crucial block to deny Will Swan in the first half which demonstrated once again his willingness to put his body on the line. As brave as they come.

Jason Knight 6

Played in a much more advanced role and looked to have claimed his first goal of the season only for it to be credited as an own goal. Energy was good late on.

James Collins 7

Striker was so close to his first goal for the club having been denied by Christy Pym and seeing a goal chalked off for offside. Excellent when he came on and deserved a goal.

Jack Bonham 6

Ready to receive ball as Stoke tried to build from back. Can’t afford moments like giving ball away to Hunter with throw. Couldn’t get near penalties.

Gavin Kilkenny 7

First start for loanee. Always an option to receive ball and tries to move it around quickly. 

Will Smallbone 6

Some neat play around the area in search for winner. 

Joel Bagan 4

A solid start from the left-back, his first of the season. But just lacked that confidence and final cross at times. Was also outjumped by Colby Bishop for the third goal.

Sean Raggett 8

Lion-hearted display from the skipper. Blocked everything, including Gavin Whyte’s goal-bound shot.

Joe Rafferty 8

Asked to play at left-back and clearly uncomfortable at times being a right-footer, yet stuck at it and defensively was sound.

Ronan Curtis 8

Burst into life in the second half with his tireless energy and fantastic passion. Had the guts to take the penalty and strong run set up Pigott for the first.

Jimmy Dunne 8

Was very solid at the back and can feel unfortunate to be on the losing side.

Sinclair Armstrong 7

Showed plenty of promise in his longest spell on the field in professional football, using his pace and power to unsettle the Charlton defence. Played a huge role in setting up the Rangers goal for Roberts as his physical presence forced Eoghan O’Connell into giving the ball away to the on-loan Leeds man.

Oladmide Shodipo 6

Added some much-needed pace and dynamism when he was introduced from the bench. Almost won late in the game with a curling effort that just flew wide. Scored in the shoot-out.

Mazeed Ogungbo 8

Ogungbo has a clear talent, and it was on show against Bristol Rovers. His ability to read a player and know when to commit served his side well throughout the game. As a left-wing back, there were occasions when the Arsenal loanee was caught too far forward and allowed Harry Anderson, Bristol’s right-winger to attack their left-hand side. He showed good intent for most of the match but could have been sharper at times.

Ryan Manning 8

Made so many defensive interventions and was impressive at the back and going forwards on the left. Won numerous free-kicks and was excellent before being replaced.

Kian Leavy 5

A few nice passes from the Irish midfielder, as well as some decent set-piece deliveries which weren't taken advantage of by his teammates. Did get caught on the ball on several occasions though.

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Great updates again. McLoughlin struggling again, not looking good for him. I saw him against Bristol City on the last day of the Championship last season and he was pretty bad. Hull got hammered 5-0 that day and he had a hand in a couple of the goals.
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Marcus Harness 6 

Floated in an attacking role and had lots of possession on the edge of the box.

Jordan Shipley 6

Played as a left wing back after playing central in the first two games and had a quiet evening. Did have an effort from range blocked and tried hard to get Salop moving forward.

CJ Hamilton 3

Nothing came off for Hamilton, a player void of confidence and ultimately nowhere near the standard required.

Glenn Whelan 5

Not an ideal solution for the manager with Finley having to be protected as he returns from injury, meaning first-team coach/emergency player Whelan was required for a half-hour shift again. With Paul Coutts back on Saturday after suspension, Whelan could be kept on the bench.

Louie Watson 7

First start for the summer signing and he looked to keep things as simple as possible in the centre of midfield getting the ball, finding his man and trying to find space for the return. Not afraid to get stuck in when needed and went close to picking out the bottom corner with one shot. Skipped around too easily by Waite for the winner though.

Warren O'Hora 7.5

Didn't put a foot wrong all night. Reliable and mature as ever, limited Sutton to precious little.

Dawson Devoy 7

A really promising debut for the Irishman. Looked eager to get on the ball, made some good passes including the excellent ball to get Grant in to score. An exciting prospect.

Darragh Burns 8 - Star Man

A livewire throughout. Wanted the ball, wanted to run at defenders and caused issues all night. Came close with a well-controlled header, and had a couple of shots which had the keeper thinking. Operated well on both flanks too.

Conor Grant 7.5

Got to show what he is about with a versatile showing in the centre. Made clever runs and passes, got into good areas and took his goal really well.

Ed McGinty 7

Endured a nightmare start to his debut with the handball outside the penalty area and took time to settle. Better in the second half and made a couple of good stops, before a brilliant penalty save.

James Golding 6.5

Showed plenty of promise going forward in a role we had not seen him play. His positioning needs to be better defensively, but he is still learning.


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Kian Leavy 5

A few nice passes from the Irish midfielder, as well as some decent set-piece deliveries which weren't taken advantage of by his teammates. Did get caught on the ball on several occasions though.

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That Hamilton quote is pretty damning from someone i assume sees him week in and week out...
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Originally posted by giveittochristie giveittochristie wrote:

That Hamilton quote is pretty damning from someone i assume sees him week in and week out...

Verging into Joey Barton territory there alright.
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With all the movement of late, would it be possible to list the player's current team as well? Thanks.
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Originally posted by You Tell Me You Tell Me wrote:

Originally posted by giveittochristie giveittochristie wrote:

That Hamilton quote is pretty damning from someone i assume sees him week in and week out...

Verging into Joey Barton territory there alright.

It was a strange one, It wasn't really a critical review of his performance as much as it was a personal grudge against him for some reason 
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You Tell Me. How can you watch 10 players across a load of games? 
It would damage this forums' reputation
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Some of which aren't even televised! 

My IPTV sub is good but it's not that good...LOL

(These ratings are not mine, they're taken from the local websites that report on the teams - Lancs Live, Wales Online etc.)


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Artie Ziff Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Aug 2022 at 4:55pm
LOLI thought this thread was only people posting their own opinions. 
It would damage this forums' reputation
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