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    Posted: 15 Oct 2014 at 9:27am
Couldn't hear them last night as the sound in the pub was turned off but by all accounts negative as per usual last night rather than focusing on the fact we drew away to the World Champions. Time to put these clowns in a retirement home

Edited by Denis Irwin - 15 Oct 2014 at 9:28am
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Dunphy in particular is just an isufferable bore nowadays. Angry
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I started a thread just now on them

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Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.

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Originally posted by FREEWHEELER FREEWHEELER wrote:

Dunphy in particular is just an isufferable bore nowadays. Angry


Sure his headline on the front of the Star this morning 'O'Shea get's his boss out of jail' you'd fücking swear we'd only beaten Gibraltar with a last minute goal with a comment like that
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What would you expect from them at this stage only negativity? Ronnie Whelan and Hamilton were as bad with the commentary. Did they expect Ireland to play the World champions off the pitch?
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Panel should have been totally re jigged when Bill retired after the world cup.
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.


Agree with most of what the panel said McGeady was lost in the first half in this so called free role he's a winger.
Whelan offers nothing and it is unfair to continue to deply Walters as a right winger he's a striker - Gibson is a much better alternative a defensive midfielder who can spray the ball about let's hope he can break into the Everton team.
Until Hendrick, Wes and Gibson came on I don't think we had created one chance our first corner was in the 85th minute.
We were dreadful away to Georgia and used our get out of jail card.
We seem to have two teams one for away trips and one for home games - MON is now at a crossroads I think we should be a bit more adventurous v Scotland we have the players and last night should give us massive confidence.
Also Coleman and McCarthy will return. 
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Originally posted by Gashley Grimes Gashley Grimes wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.


Agree with most of what the panel said McGeady was lost in the first half in this so called free role he's a winger.
Whelan offers nothing and it is unfair to continue to deply Walters as a right winger he's a striker - Gibson is a much better alternative a defensive midfielder who can spray the ball about let's hope he can break into the Everton team.
Until Hendrick, Wes and Gibson came on I don't think we had created one chance our first corner was in the 85th minute.
We were dreadful away to Georgia and used our get out of jail card.
We seem to have two teams one for away trips and one for home games - MON is now at a crossroads I think we should be a bit more adventurous v Scotland we have the players and last night should give us massive confidence.
Also Coleman and McCarthy will return. 

MON has had an excellent start to his first qualification group
Crossroads me bollocks

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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Originally posted by Gashley Grimes Gashley Grimes wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.


Agree with most of what the panel said McGeady was lost in the first half in this so called free role he's a winger.
Whelan offers nothing and it is unfair to continue to deply Walters as a right winger he's a striker - Gibson is a much better alternative a defensive midfielder who can spray the ball about let's hope he can break into the Everton team.
Until Hendrick, Wes and Gibson came on I don't think we had created one chance our first corner was in the 85th minute.
We were dreadful away to Georgia and used our get out of jail card.
We seem to have two teams one for away trips and one for home games - MON is now at a crossroads I think we should be a bit more adventurous v Scotland we have the players and last night should give us massive confidence.
Also Coleman and McCarthy will return. 

MON has had an excellent start to his first qualification group
Crossroads me bollocks

Talking through his bollox,"crossroads"FFS,Our first chance wasn't the 85th minute neither,Or does that suit your agenda to say so.
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Originally posted by Gashley Grimes Gashley Grimes wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.



Agree with most of what the panel said McGeady was lost in the first half in this so called free role he's a winger.
Whelan offers nothing and it is unfair to continue to deply Walters as a right winger he's a striker - Gibson is a much better alternative a defensive midfielder who can spray the ball about let's hope he can break into the Everton team.
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">Until Hendrick, Wes and Gibson came on I don't think we had created one chance our first corner was in the 85th minute.</span>
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">We were dreadful away to Georgia and used our get out of jail card.</span>
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">We seem to have two teams one for away trips and one for home games - MON is now at a crossroads I think we should be a bit more adventurous v Scotland we have the players and last night should give us massive confidence.</span>
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">Also Coleman and McCarthy will return. </span>


MON has had an excellent start to his first qualification group
Crossroads me bollocks

   
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

MON has had an excellent start to his first qualification group
Crossroads me bollocks

Abit fortunate in fairness with late goals in the same way McCarthy was unlucky in Zagreb and Skopje.
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Giles on Newstalk again this morning. They squeeze and break and distort absolutely everything to suit their long-held agenda. They praised Wes for changing the game. Lets be clear here. Wes got the ball 5 times. Once in a brilliant position where we had 3 v 2. He gave it away 3 times. Missed a great chance. And the cross in which he apparently "set up the goal" (Dunphy) after "producing a bit of magic" (Whelan) was overhit by a good 10 yards. The goal was all about:

- McGeady brilliantly making the space for Wes to get the cross in in the first place
- Hendrick's unbelievable technique
- O'Shea's top, top finish.

Now I'm a fan of Wes but I'm calling this as it is. These lads stooped to a new low last night. It was pathetic.



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Thought we we very lucky last night we we awful for 85 mins against an average German side

Neuer could on been on his I phone he had so little to do

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Sign of a good team spirit, character and attitude playing right to the final whistle

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Despicable last night. They had there post match coverage set in stone and then the goal ruined it for them. They didn't want to back down in front of each other so went with it
it. Whelan was shameful too.

They sucked the life out of a great result. I turned off to watch the budget coverage to cheer me up. I will be sending a complaint later on.
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Aside from Liam Brady, the rest are a comedy act only to entertain.

Anyone who takes their opinions seriously should switch over to SKY.

Also Peter Collins is dire, he should stick to the Formula 1.
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