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what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 

I think we can be certain this will not be part of his brief.
why is that?
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Originally posted by rolo rolo wrote:

Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.
 
 
in the history of football LOL eh its a thread with 10 posts LOL
 
I told you already i think tardelli did fck all, whats wrong with wanting to know what MON has in store for him ? perfectly valid question.
 
also i am not the only one who thinks things started to go TU with Trap when brady left.....
 


eh he's clearly talking about all the discussion on the other thread with 199 pages of posts
 
 
not exactly james mccarthy to scotland though is it ?
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what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


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Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by rolo rolo wrote:

Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.
 
 
in the history of football LOL eh its a thread with 10 posts LOL
 
I told you already i think tardelli did fck all, whats wrong with wanting to know what MON has in store for him ? perfectly valid question.
 
also i am not the only one who thinks things started to go TU with Trap when brady left.....
 


eh he's clearly talking about all the discussion on the other thread with 199 pages of posts
 
 
not exactly james mccarthy to scotland though is it ?


That thread was only about 130 pages when The Count deleted it!

The new management team has generated more discussion than anything else Ireland-related since Saipan. Definitely the most exciting development since then, personnel wise.


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John Delaney: Well we can understand our manager which is great. I tell you what, his English was always great when we were discussing the wages!
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Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by rolo rolo wrote:

Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.
 
 
in the history of football LOL eh its a thread with 10 posts LOL
 
I told you already i think tardelli did fck all, whats wrong with wanting to know what MON has in store for him ? perfectly valid question.
 
also i am not the only one who thinks things started to go TU with Trap when brady left.....
 


eh he's clearly talking about all the discussion on the other thread with 199 pages of posts
 
 
not exactly james mccarthy to scotland though is it ?
Confused, 95% of the concern is in relation to the asistant manager and what his exact role will be... do you think the thread is the first time his role had been questioned???
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Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


how do you know? 


Too busy walking his dogs or being a pundit on ITV.

I also think that it's up to Ruud Doktar to develop grass roots football and not MON or RK.

     
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same sort of hysteria and bullsh*t in that James McCarthy thread tho, as Im reading in the Next Manager thread. As always, some lads just love to have something to complain about
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Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by Just saying like Just saying like wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 

I think we can be certain this will not be part of his brief.
why is that?
 
Why would Keane have  input into grass roots football when Liam Brady, someone who has actually experience working in youth development didn't have any input?
 
All the lads will be concerned about is looking after the senior team and trying to achieve the best possible results.
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


how do you know? 


Too busy walking his dogs or being a pundit on ITV.

I also think that it's up to Ruud Doktar to develop grass roots football and not MON or RK.

very insightful response, cheers Confused

You can be sure keane won't be in his chesire pad watching dvds of week old games.

Yeah its Dokters role, but who says keane can't have an input. Keane is a world class player who fell through the cracks at grass roots, do you honestly think dokter would not be interested in anything he has to say about it? 
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"It's (about) the winning of the football games. I don't think any international manager has to concern himself with a long-term future. If he's part of something that he sets up, well and good, but he has to win football matches."

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Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


how do you know? 


Too busy walking his dogs or being a pundit on ITV.

I also think that it's up to Ruud Doktar to develop grass roots football and not MON or RK.

very insightful response, cheers Confused

You can be sure keane won't be in his chesire pad watching dvds of week old games.

Yeah its Dokters role, but who says keane can't have an input. Keane is a world class player who fell through the cracks at grass roots, do you honestly think dokter would not be interested in anything he has to say about it? 


What makes you think Keane will get up off his arse and go watching games anyway?

He never showed any interest in the side in the last 10 years or so, apart from taking cheap shots at the players.



     
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


how do you know? 


Too busy walking his dogs or being a pundit on ITV.

I also think that it's up to Ruud Doktar to develop grass roots football and not MON or RK.

very insightful response, cheers Confused

You can be sure keane won't be in his chesire pad watching dvds of week old games.

Yeah its Dokters role, but who says keane can't have an input. Keane is a world class player who fell through the cracks at grass roots, do you honestly think dokter would not be interested in anything he has to say about it? 


What makes you think Keane will get up off his arse and go watching games anyway?

He never showed any interest in the side in the last 10 years or so, apart from taking cheap shots at the players.




In the past few years he was paid to give an opinion on television. In the next few years he's getting paid to assist Martin O'Neill and he'll give everything to the cause.
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At the least it will guarantee a professional set up. 

Wont be any more of this teapot malarky. 


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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

what did liam brady or tardelli do? In the history of fottball, i have never witnessed such a curiosity about the role of an assistant manager.

the management team is going to be keane,mc donagh, walford, and guppy. I think keane may have some great input in terms of grass roots, he himself was a victim of the flaws in the system at youth level. 


Keane couldn't give a rats ass about grass roots football in this country - sure he didn't watch the senior side when they were playing either.


how do you know? 


Too busy walking his dogs or being a pundit on ITV.

I also think that it's up to Ruud Doktar to develop grass roots football and not MON or RK.

very insightful response, cheers Confused

You can be sure keane won't be in his chesire pad watching dvds of week old games.

Yeah its Dokters role, but who says keane can't have an input. Keane is a world class player who fell through the cracks at grass roots, do you honestly think dokter would not be interested in anything he has to say about it? 


What makes you think Keane will get up off his arse and go watching games anyway?

He never showed any interest in the side in the last 10 years or so, apart from taking cheap shots at the players.


what makes you think he won't? Are you trying to allude that Roy keane is lazy LOLLOL

Cheap shots, anything he said was an honest and correct assertion. Name one cheap shot at a player he made which was unfounded?




Edited by Citizen - 04 Nov 2013 at 11:37am
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

What makes you think Keane will get up off his arse and go watching games anyway?

He never showed any interest in the side in the last 10 years or so, apart from taking cheap shots at the players.
 
 
because it will be his job ,
 
2 different factions in here and both are blinded
 
some cant get keanes dick out of their mouths and the others are too biased to give him any respect at all.
 
i am interested to see what he will do , oneill asked for him i believe, they might give this a right go.
its exciting times and lads cannot enjoy it becuase they are too busy defending their hero / too busy sl*gging off their hate figure.
 
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Cheap shots, anything he said was an honest and correct assertion. Name one cheap shot at a player he made which was unfounded?


 
clive clarke , absolute disgrace what he said when the lad nearly died.
 
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Exactly milla. These are exciting times as an Ireland supporter.
I actually cant wait for the games now
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Originally posted by RogerMilla RogerMilla wrote:

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Cheap shots, anything he said was an honest and correct assertion. Name one cheap shot at a player he made which was unfounded?


 
clive clarke , absolute disgrace what he said when the lad nearly died.
 
that was out of order to be fair. but i'm taking about criticising the irish team, and irish players (involved in the teaM) in particular.


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