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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Maccatacca Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 May 2019 at 2:05pm
Nathan Redmond named in England squad.
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Saw that. Two fingers to us so we can't transfer allegiance?
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Fairly cynical stuff from Southgate. This is one of the main reasons I'm against our managers coming out and saying "I'm pursuing such and such a player". Firstly it allows the player to leverage the situation without necessarily having to come out into the open and do so (which is obviously preferable for them from an optics point of view); and secondly it encourages the other nation's manager to do something like this. I think we'd be far better served trying to keep these things under wraps until everything is signed off, insofar as possible.
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He's a bit of a w**ker that Southgate....but suppose he's doing the job as it should be done......ours sat with thumb up arse
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Prickish from Southgate 
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Bill O'Herlihy: Ah ye can't be saying that now Eamonn
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I'm afraid and I was against it... But after Mick...we are gonna need to do the Wales thing and cap players at 20 /21/19/18. At least 3 youngsters per year because the big countries...the money countries I say...are with more resources and the carrots of club'money.
   
England is having players from Jamaica and Trinidad. And so and so it is the end of nationalisms and nobody wants to play for a poor/small team

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Juan Foyth is of Irish heritage and polish on his mothers side



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thought he was Argentinian???
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote belt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 May 2019 at 3:25pm
Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Saw that. Two fingers to us so we can't transfer allegiance?
 
I don't think so - I think Redmond is there on merit, he has been in great form under the new Southampton boss. He'll never be first choice for England and won't win a bundle of caps but he is definitely deserving of a spot in the squad. Is Jesse Lingard any better than him for example?
 
Who should be ahead of him?


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Southgate is a **** for calling up a player to his squad? And we still accuse English fans of being deluded?

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Originally posted by gufct gufct wrote:

thought he was Argentinian???

Nah, that's EUNAN O'KANE. 
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O'KANE CAN BE OUR DIEGO SIMEONE UNTIL WORLD CLASS JIM MCCARTHY IS FIT AND OFF TO BARCELONA FC

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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Fairly cynical stuff from Southgate. This is one of the main reasons I'm against our managers coming out and saying "I'm pursuing such and such a player". Firstly it allows the player to leverage the situation without necessarily having to come out into the open and do so (which is obviously preferable for them from an optics point of view); and secondly it encourages the other nation's manager to do something like this. I think we'd be far better served trying to keep these things under wraps until everything is signed off, insofar as possible.



Hardly cynical when he's already played for England in a friendly and the player has more or less said he's got no interest in playing for us ccv
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Of course it's cynical; he's been nowhere near the squad for 2 years and suddenly he gets a call up when Ireland come looking for him. He's widely been mentioned as the "surprise inclusion", so its hardly as if his form has been so outstanding that everyone thought he would be called up anyway.

In any case, I'm not criticising Southgate; he's doing exactly what he should do - securing players who may be useful to him going forward. That is the exact opposite of what we do, which is either a)sit on our a*se until the situation is taken out of our control; or b)alert everyone to exactly who we're trying to get on board, thus inviting trouble on ourselves.
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Southgate is a f**king disgrace, he will be picking the England team next.
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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Of course it's cynical; he's been nowhere near the squad for 2 years and suddenly he gets a call up when Ireland come looking for him. He's widely been mentioned as the "surprise inclusion", so its hardly as if his form has been so outstanding that everyone thought he would be called up anyway.

In any case, I'm not criticising Southgate; he's doing exactly what he should do - securing players who may be useful to him going forward. That is the exact opposite of what we do, which is either a)sit on our a*se until the situation is taken out of our control; or b)alert everyone to exactly who we're trying to get on board, thus inviting trouble on ourselves.
I agree. we must be proactive about like the welsh did ...and pragmatic or else we will end as sh*tty as the Scottish. we have this johnstone up to it and that connell as well....play them ....vs gibraltar i was against it but ENGLAND and the Big powerful football powerhouses showed US wrong and NAIVE

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Can this wum be banned please?
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Originally posted by Gerry Geary Gerry Geary wrote:

Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Of course it's cynical; he's been nowhere near the squad for 2 years and suddenly he gets a call up when Ireland come looking for him. He's widely been mentioned as the "surprise inclusion", so its hardly as if his form has been so outstanding that everyone thought he would be called up anyway.

In any case, I'm not criticising Southgate; he's doing exactly what he should do - securing players who may be useful to him going forward. That is the exact opposite of what we do, which is either a)sit on our a*se until the situation is taken out of our control; or b)alert everyone to exactly who we're trying to get on board, thus inviting trouble on ourselves.
I agree. we must be proactive about like the welsh did ...and pragmatic or else we will end as sh*tty as the Scottish. we have this johnstone up to it and that connell as well....play them ....vs gibraltar i was against it but ENGLAND and the Big powerful football powerhouses showed US wrong and NAIVE
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