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Was listening to a video interview with Ronan at the FAI awards last night. 

Was suprised that he has a full blown English accent I assumed for some reason that he was from Donegal and moved from England at a very young age. 


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Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

Was listening to a video interview with Ronan at the FAI awards last night. 

Was suprised that he has a full blown English accent I assumed for some reason that he was from Donegal and moved from England at a very young age. 




Same, but then again his father is English and he and all his siblings were born and raised in London ..id imagine his mothers accent isnt a typical strict Derry one either having lived over there so long too.
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Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

Was listening to a video interview with Ronan at the FAI awards last night. 

Was suprised that he has a full blown English accent I assumed for some reason that he was from Donegal and moved from England at a very young age. 



Moved to Donegal at 9 I believe.
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Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

Was listening to a video interview with Ronan at the FAI awards last night. 

Was suprised that he has a full blown English accent I assumed for some reason that he was from Donegal and moved from England at a very young age. 



Moved to Donegal at 9 I believe.

Certainly didn't lose any of the English accent anyway.

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Yeah, he's certainly retained a fairly untainted Cockney accent; no mean feat if you've spent most of your life in Donegal/Derry.
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Anybody know how he pronounces 'scone'? 
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He has 11 siblings Shocked Definitely a strict Irish catholic upbringing there 
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

He has 11 siblings Shocked Definitely a strict Irish catholic upbringing there 


They all from the same bull?
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Originally posted by Howdo Howdo wrote:

Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

He has 11 siblings Shocked Definitely a strict Irish catholic upbringing there 


They all from the same bull?


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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47733178

check out his interview talking about his freak injury that nearly cost him his pinky... 

go to 1.27... " i've got loads of friends whos got their fingers missing as well... happens to the best of us"LOLLOLLOL
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Starts today in the Cup Final.
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Head down for the English anthem, trí colour wrapped around him the second they won on pens, Fair play Ronan Curtis
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How did he play?
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Originally posted by PMc10 PMc10 wrote:

Head down for the English anthem, trí colour wrapped around him the second they won on pens, Fair play Ronan Curtis

Could have taught his friend Declan a thing or two
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How did he play?
 
sounds like he didn't play great, but they struggled overall as a team first half. he was taken off after 56 mins. understandable given he is just back from injury
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Originally posted by PMc10 PMc10 wrote:

Head down for the English anthem, trí colour wrapped around him the second they won on pens, Fair play Ronan Curtis
We need an anthem watch. f**k form and ability, we need to pick eleven players based on how they react to different national anthems.

Also, just to be pedantic, England doesn't have a national anthem.
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