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Originally posted by You Tell Me You Tell Me wrote:

Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

There is absolutely no substance to that. None.

They won the treble last year and topped the EL group too.

There have been issues around the dressing room that Lennon didn't deal with.


There are huge concerns regarding professionalism under Lennon. Trust me on this, I know what I'm talking about here, know people involved. FWIW there was also a big fallout earlier in the season with the squad effectively splitting between the Scottish players and the overseas issues regarding a particular issue. Although that has largely been resolved now.

There were similar problems at Hibs when Lennon was there. None of the above directly involved Duffy but it's a fairly toxic environment at Celtic these days.

You don't know what your talking about here, that's the problem. Your just moving the goal posts with your latest post.

I have just literally just spoke about issues in the dressing room and gave 2 examples of such.

Both of which have nothing to do with Duffy.
     
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Just flicking through some posts here, the jewel been YTM saying “trust me on this I know what I’m talking about here” LOL

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Originally posted by Donegalman Donegalman wrote:

Clark starting again for Newcastle today. It will be very close between him, O Shea and Duffy but on current form Duffy is certainly fourth choice. A lot of football to be played between now and then.

So play to current strengths using 3-5-2 with O'Shea, Egan and Clark at the back. Very unlikely, of course, with Kenny in love with 433 despite his shocking record using it.
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amazing how quickly his stock has plummeted, Duffy was our best player 12 months ago. Now lads saying he shouldn’t be in the squad. He had a tough year with his dad passing suddenly, has never let Ireland down. 
His fathers passing was very sad indeed, but he passed away in May. How long more can it be used as a reason behind Shanes plummet in form? I mean long before that he was dropped by Brighton.

Have you stopped to think that maybe, just maybe he is on the decline as a player and that the criticism coming his way is in certain respects warranted?

He should definitely remain in the squad but calling into question his status as an automatic starter is certainly justified. 
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Has to be dropped in upcoming games tbh
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

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amazing how quickly his stock has plummeted, Duffy was our best player 12 months ago. Now lads saying he shouldn’t be in the squad. He had a tough year with his dad passing suddenly, has never let Ireland down. 
His fathers passing was very sad indeed, but he passed away in May. How long more can it be used as a reason behind Shanes plummet in form? I mean long before that he was dropped by Brighton.

Have you stopped to think that maybe, just maybe he is on the decline as a player and that the criticism coming his way is in certain respects warranted?

He should definitely remain in the squad but calling into question his status as an automatic starter is certainly justified. 

it could take him years, possibly he never gets over it. a death like that is shocking and it affects different people in different ways. its like part of his own life just crumbled down all in front of him, and its no surprise its affected his job
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Originally posted by mully_85 mully_85 wrote:

Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

amazing how quickly his stock has plummeted, Duffy was our best player 12 months ago. Now lads saying he shouldn’t be in the squad. He had a tough year with his dad passing suddenly, has never let Ireland down. 
His fathers passing was very sad indeed, but he passed away in May. How long more can it be used as a reason behind Shanes plummet in form? I mean long before that he was dropped by Brighton.

Have you stopped to think that maybe, just maybe he is on the decline as a player and that the criticism coming his way is in certain respects warranted?

He should definitely remain in the squad but calling into question his status as an automatic starter is certainly justified. 

it could take him years, possibly he never gets over it. a death like that is shocking and it affects different people in different ways. its like part of his own life just crumbled down all in front of him, and its no surprise its affected his job
I get that, but it doesn't explain why he went into decline before his father passing too? 

This is what I'm getting at. This question over his club form is going on a lot longer than the 9 months since his father passed away. This doubt over his form is going on since Graham Potter came in at Brighton in 2019 and he took Shane out of the team.
There's clearly an even deeper problem that's causing this decline. Is he carrying an injury of some sort but is too proud to hold his hands up and say its affecting him for example?


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The team stats for the Nations League are on whoscored.com here - https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/331/Show/Ireland-Ireland
Under passing, you can see Duffy completed 90% of his passes (376/418), only Doherty (90.1% - 274/304), Molumby (90.3% - 149/165), and O'Dowda (90.6% - 48/53) have higher completed passes percentages.


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Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

The team stats for the Nations League are on whoscored.com here - https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/331/Show/Ireland-Ireland
Under passing, you can see Duffy completed 90% of his passes (376/418), only Doherty (90.1% - 274/304), Molumby (90.3% - 149/165), and O'Dowda (90.6% - 48/53) have higher completed passes percentages.
How many of those passes were to John Egan or back to Darren Randolph?
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they don't go into that level of detail


Edited by tetsujin1979 - 05 Jan 2021 at 12:18pm
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Originally posted by tetsujin1979 tetsujin1979 wrote:

The team stats for the Nations League are on whoscored.com here - https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/331/Show/Ireland-Ireland
Under passing, you can see Duffy completed 90% of his passes (376/418), only Doherty (90.1% - 274/304), Molumby (90.3% - 149/165), and O'Dowda (90.6% - 48/53) have higher completed passes percentages.
How many of those passes were to John Egan or back to Darren Randolph?
Players got legend status for that on here. 
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see Duffy has left Celtic training camp in Dubai “for family reasons “
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Shouldn't be in F**king Dubai anyway, it's hardly essential travel.
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will end up going back to championship under hughton, who will rejuvenate him

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Originally posted by Citizen Citizen wrote:

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will end up going back to championship under hughton, who will rejuvenate him

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Happy for Duffy if this happens...Celtic has been a time to forget in a year to forget.
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Looks a lot more assured and like his old self for Celtic against Hibs tonight.

Playing alongside a young lad making his 2nd appearance so maybe having to take responsibility is helping him. 
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Wasn't great for the Hibs equaliser
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Chips in with the assist for the Hibs equaliser (although Hazard's flap caused the issue to begin with).
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