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Score Prediciton- The EIRE v France

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A draw or a one goal defeat. 
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Highly likely 1-3 to France. Hard to see how almost any team in Europe could live with this French team right now.
Absolute guarantee - about six or seven posters on here after the game demanding SK's execution, with a hardcore saying he should never have been given the job, with a couple mocking his speech patterns.
If we fight tooth and nail we could keep the score down. We showed some grit against Scotland, but it has not a feature of SK's reign. And I don't see it happening for this game.
If we can get through the first half 0-0 then our hope is that France will leave enough room for Obafemi and Ferguson to operate in. Maybe some early long balls, like Randolph to Shane Long vs Germany.
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If we put in yet again another disappointingly embarrassing performance where does this leave Stephen Kenny. 
At what stage is all confidence gone, and it’s time to see who fancies the job. 
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1-0 to the Eire, fergie with the winner deep in fergie time
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I don't think France tend to hammer sides that much away from home in qualifiers.

Probably 2-0 France with a spirited performance from Ireland. 


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Originally posted by Bukowski Bukowski wrote:

Highly likely 1-3 to France. Hard to see how almost any team in Europe could live with this French team right now.
Absolute guarantee - about six or seven posters on here after the game demanding SK's execution, with a hardcore saying he should never have been given the job, with a couple mocking his speech patterns.
If we fight tooth and nail we could keep the score down. We showed some grit against Scotland, but it has not a feature of SK's reign. And I don't see it happening for this game.
If we can get through the first half 0-0 then our hope is that France will leave enough room for Obafemi and Ferguson to operate in. Maybe some early long balls, like Randolph to Shane Long vs Germany.

Yeah, let's just hope and pray to keep the score down at home against a team that hasn't won an away qualifier by more than two goals against anyone other than complete minnows in over a decade. Ermm

List of teams France have beaten in away qualifiers by more than two goals in the last 15 years:

Andorra
Moldova

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1-1. Ferguson and Mbappe the scorers. Jeff Hendricks MOTM.
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Originally posted by SeaSharp SeaSharp wrote:

1-1. Ferguson and Mbappe the scorers. Jeff Hendricks MOTM.
Are you on the Hendricks?
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Originally posted by You Tell Me You Tell Me wrote:

Yeah, let's just hope and pray to keep the score down at home against a team that hasn't won an away qualifier by more than two goals against anyone other than complete minnows in over a decade. Ermm


There it is, the kiss of death. Well done pal 😂Clap


Edited by Fitz - 17 Mar 2023 at 4:32pm
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Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

Originally posted by SeaSharp SeaSharp wrote:

1-1. Ferguson and Mbappe the scorers. Jeff Hendricks MOTM.
Are you on the Hendricks?
Name one other midfielder in the world who can flick their hair the way young Hendricks does 
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0-2 France. 
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1-2 France
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A shot on target will be a win.
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Less than a 3 goal defeat is a result tbh. Can't see us keeping mbappe quiet for too long
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Claret Murph Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Mar 2023 at 8:08pm
Just feel we will get something out of this game , so 1-1 from me 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sham157 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 Mar 2023 at 10:05pm
Originally posted by SeaSharp SeaSharp wrote:

Originally posted by King_Kenny King_Kenny wrote:

Originally posted by SeaSharp SeaSharp wrote:

1-1. Ferguson and Mbappe the scorers. Jeff Hendricks MOTM.
Are you on the Hendricks?
Name one other midfielder in the world who can flick their hair the way young Hendricks does 
I know one, Jeff Hendrick. Plays for Ireland tooClap
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Originally posted by wU3aA1dI3f wU3aA1dI3f wrote:

The EIRE providing EF shows up

Has he not declared for England Confused
"Here's Robbie Keane...... yeeeessss! That is no more than Ireland deserve!"
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2-0 to France or 3-1 to France.

So many stars in this French team. It will be very difficult to contain them. 
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