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Scounthorpe is league one,that's not great really is it.
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Originally posted by rainpaulo rainpaulo wrote:

Scounthorpe is league one,that's not great really is it.

not great was hoping he would get a good championship team.its only a 1 month loan to start.
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League 1 is a step up from reserve football, at least.
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Word on the street it was meant to be Ipswich.
     
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only one month loan deal


he just tweeted it might be extended till January 


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Good that he'll be getting much needed 1st team action but scounthorpe are in a bit of a mess at the moment and he'll be under serious pressure in that defence especially next saturday Wink
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Possibility of an extension til january
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I suppose S****hope is a step up from Everton..
     
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hope everything works out well for him ,trap was obviously watching him at the time of his injury for inclusion in euro2012 squads but hopefully brazil 2014 is still relisctic for him now. 
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Duffy sticking by Republic call

By Aidan Fitzmaurice

Everton defender Shane Duffy insists there's no way he'll turn his back on the Republic of Ireland to throw in his lot with Northern Ireland.

The Derry native is having a busy week as he started in central defence for David Moyes' side in Monday's friendly against Bohemians in Dublin and then lined out for the Toffees reserves against West Brom yesterday.

Duffy hopes to seal a loan deal later this week so he can gain first team football.

He will be back in the Republic next month, for the opening game of the U21 European Championship qualifying campaign for Noel King's side, and the 19-year-old says there's no doubt about his international allegiance.

Recently the IFA have recruited former Northern Ireland star, Gerry Armstrong, to try and stem the tide of Northern-born players defecting to the Republic, an issue even more relevant given the recent decision of Sunderland's new signing, Derry man James McClean, to turn down a place in Northern Ireland’s squad and try his luck with the Republic.

But Duffy says any contact from Armstrong in his direction will be a wasted effort.

“People have their opinions but I have made my decision about who I want to play international football for and there's no doubt in my mind, not for one second,” says Duffy, who automatically qualifies for the Republic as his dad, Brian, is from Donegal.

“I don't want to upset people but I just want to play and so does James McClean.

“There's no point in the IFA trying to get me back, playing for the Republic is a decision I wanted to make since I was a kid. I've made that decision now and I'm delighted with it.

“I know there's even more debate about players switching from the North to the Republic since James said he wanted to play for the Republic.

“I know James and I'm delighted for him with the move to Sunderland and his decision to go with the Republic, hopefully he can get into the Sunderland team and then go on with the Republic's senior squad.”

Duffy, who has made two first-team appearances for Everton, showed what he can do in Monday's friendly against Bohemians but he accepts that he needs to go out on loan to get games.

“There are a few clubs interested at the moment so it's down to the manager and what he wants me to do but it looks like I'll be heading out on loan,” he added.

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Originally posted by Sloop John G Sloop John G wrote:

Duffy sticking by Republic call

By Aidan Fitzmaurice

Everton defender Shane Duffy insists there's no way he'll turn his back on the Republic of Ireland to throw in his lot with Northern Ireland.

The Derry native is having a busy week as he started in central defence for David Moyes' side in Monday's friendly against Bohemians in Dublin and then lined out for the Toffees reserves against West Brom yesterday.

Duffy hopes to seal a loan deal later this week so he can gain first team football.

He will be back in the Republic next month, for the opening game of the U21 European Championship qualifying campaign for Noel King's side, and the 19-year-old says there's no doubt about his international allegiance.

Recently the IFA have recruited former Northern Ireland star, Gerry Armstrong, to try and stem the tide of Northern-born players defecting to the Republic, an issue even more relevant given the recent decision of Sunderland's new signing, Derry man James McClean, to turn down a place in Northern Ireland’s squad and try his luck with the Republic.

But Duffy says any contact from Armstrong in his direction will be a wasted effort.

“People have their opinions but I have made my decision about who I want to play international football for and there's no doubt in my mind, not for one second,” says Duffy, who automatically qualifies for the Republic as his dad, Brian, is from Donegal.

“I don't want to upset people but I just want to play and so does James McClean.

“There's no point in the IFA trying to get me back, playing for the Republic is a decision I wanted to make since I was a kid. I've made that decision now and I'm delighted with it.

“I know there's even more debate about players switching from the North to the Republic since James said he wanted to play for the Republic.

“I know James and I'm delighted for him with the move to Sunderland and his decision to go with the Republic, hopefully he can get into the Sunderland team and then go on with the Republic's senior squad.”

Duffy, who has made two first-team appearances for Everton, showed what he can do in Monday's friendly against Bohemians but he accepts that he needs to go out on loan to get games.

“There are a few clubs interested at the moment so it's down to the manager and what he wants me to do but it looks like I'll be heading out on loan,” he added.

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He is dead right, my only issue is he should be starting tonight
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Any of you Toffeemen or anyone else able to let us know how Shane is doing at scunny?
 
 
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by all accounts hes been doing brilliantly this seasonClap, one of their star man.

Whether that means hell return to everton and get game time remains to be seen
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by all accounts hes been doing brilliantly this seasonClap, one of their star man.

Whether that means hell return to everton and get game time remains to be seen
Good stuff, heard his name mentioned earlier on radio sheffield(was listening to the blades game online) so had a check around some s****horpe fans sites but couldnt see much about him.
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Shane Duffy back at Everton this week and back on the Everton bench for today.
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Came on for his debut for the last 30 mins against spurs tonight and did very well.

With Jagielka and distin both injured and everton having no money looks like shane could have a few games coming up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote farfar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jan 2012 at 9:48pm
Was a mixed bag from him really made some good blocks and interceptions but not sure about his positioning which is expected since its his first time playing with Heitinga.
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Originally posted by hulkhogan hulkhogan wrote:

Came on for his debut for the last 30 mins against spurs tonight and did very well.

With Jagielka and distin both injured and everton having no money looks like shane could have a few games coming up
It's his Premier League debut, but he made his debut for Everton in a Europa League game in December 2009 against AEK Athens
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