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Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Of of of of Cry
I know, it just reminded me of my Panini days. 
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Originally posted by JoxerDaly JoxerDaly wrote:

�£ It sounds in the interview he genuinley would of loven to play for Ireland. His was brought up by his Irish mother and no father on the scene, said he was approached by big Jack before USA94 but had already appeared underage for England at that stage.


Jesus Christ. Have. Of. They are different words. How hard is it?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Conan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2019 at 8:28am
Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

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I know, it just reminded me of my Panini days. 
I always found 'got..got..got' worked perfectly proficiently and was generally better etiquette.
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Young Ireland-eligible James McGarry of Willem II selected in NZ squad to face Ireland. 


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Originally posted by JoxerDaly JoxerDaly wrote:

Trevor Sinclair in the Irish Star today saying he would of loved to play for Ireland and thinks it would of been much better craic than playing for England, says hed love one of his sons to, his 18 year old is playing in the National league for Curzan Ashton and is getting rave reviews in his debut season, his name is Isaac. One to keep an eye on.

Looks to be a lot like his father a tricky winger, no harm learning his trade in mens football as opposed to the grave yard that is underage football in England.



He should be told to go and sh*te, English clown. 
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any updates on Crowley or Johansson? Shouldn't it be soon?
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There is still no word  on Ryan I know some of his family and they dont expect a decision any time soon. 

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Dublin born Dennis Cirkin signed a contract with Spurs today and is also training with first team. 


Some big words on young Spurs left-back Cirkin from Mourinho: "Our youth team in the [UEFA Youth League], I watched the video, he’s 17, but a kid with a lot of quality, and I look forward to bringing him to train with us and to help his development." 

Spurs are short on LBs at the moment I think so he could feature in near future. 



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Originally posted by Andrew00 Andrew00 wrote:

Dublin born Dennis Cirkin signed a contract with Spurs today and is also training with first team. 

Some big words on young Spurs left-back Cirkin from Mourinho: "Our youth team in the [UEFA Youth League], I watched the video, he’s 17, but a kid with a lot of quality, and I look forward to bringing him to train with us and to help his development."

He's still sticking to the script about Spurs youngsters/academy etc then? I'll believe it when I see it.

Originally posted by Andrew00 Andrew00 wrote:

Spurs are short on LBs at the moment I think so he could feature in near future. 

Spurs currently have Danny Rose, England LB, and Jan Vertonghen, who plays LB for Belgium. JM also mentioned that Aurier can play there if needed. Plus there's always the option of going 3 at the back, even if JM doesn't favour it.
And if Ben Davies, Wales LB, doesn't need surgery, he could be back in the spring.
JM's obviously comfortable with that cover, since he stated that he won't be buying in January.
But that option remains, should something else unforeseen crop up in the meantime.

So no matter how promising young Dennis is, his future is hardly "near".

EDIT: Clean forgot about Ryan Sessegnon Embarrassed. Although Spurs see him as a Gareth Bale-type player eventually, he started his career at LB for Fulham.


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He is playing for England u17s, moved there when he was 3, lost cause
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Never heard of him but theres an Anthony Driscoll-Glennon on the bench for Burnley today. 20 year old LB from Liverpool... surely with a name like that theres some Irish in him.

...Although it sounds like he should be lining out for Blackrock rather than Burnley LOL


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