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    Posted: 12 Feb 2020 at 8:30am
Jack Taylor looks to have made the step up to League 1 comfortably. Could be a championship player next year if Peterborough keep their current form up. 
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Sean McLoughlin made his first start for Hull today following a successful loan spell at St Mirren.

At 23 it's a good age to break into a senior first team as a defender. Really hope he gets the nod in the next game too.
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Molumby and oshea start for millwall and WBA today.

both are consistent starters now and should maybe be considered for the ireland squad, with molumby pushing for a first team appearance.

Robinson, Williams and o'Brien also start in the same game so lots of irish involvement which is good to see



Robinson is a tricky player, he did well today. Molumby was good for us also but we were overrun by a good side in the second half, it was not his fault.

Williams and O'Brien are lower championship level standard and barring a major upsurge in their fortunes should not come back into the reckoning for Ireland


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Molumby and oshea start for millwall and WBA today.

both are consistent starters now and should maybe be considered for the ireland squad, with molumby pushing for a first team appearance.

Robinson, Williams and o'Brien also start in the same game so lots of irish involvement which is good to see




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MOTM for Connor Ronan for Blackpool today vs Southend
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Sean McLoughlin made his first start for Hull today following a successful loan spell at St Mirren.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by You Tell Me You Tell Me wrote:

Look up the video (it's widely available at this stage) and you'll see for yourself. 
I did. Whoever it is is a horrible little ****.

Teenagers acting moronic. Nothing more to it than that 
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Originally posted by You Tell Me You Tell Me wrote:

Look up the video (it's widely available at this stage) and you'll see for yourself. 
I did. Whoever it is is a horrible little ****.
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Look up the video (it's widely available at this stage) and you'll see for yourself. 
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Anyone seen the 'Troy Parrott' video that's doing the rounds? Not at all clear from the clip that it is Troy but it definitely looks to be an Irish age grade player. Anyone know who the, um, recepient is - he is clearly in shot for most of the clip?

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Would be an appropriate username for whoever this player is. 
If you can’t be sure it is, how do you know it is a footballer at all? Unless he scored on the pitch...
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Anyone seen the 'Troy Parrott' video that's doing the rounds? Not at all clear from the clip that it is Troy but it definitely looks to be an Irish age grade player. Anyone know who the, um, recepient is - he is clearly in shot for most of the clip?

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

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Would be an appropriate username for whoever this player is. 


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Darragh O'Connor , 20 yr old signed from Wexford , played first half for Leicester under-23s , who lost 1-0 .
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Ali Reghba starts for Leicester under-23s tonight against Newport , who have Padraig Amond on the bench . Conor Tee is a sub for Leicester-wasn't he supposed to be going on loan to that Bulgarian club that signed Conor Henderson ?
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I knew a couple of lads in West Cork who had their parents English accent, often down to regional variation too. He hardly chose that accent!
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Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

Originally posted by The O'Shea The O'Shea wrote:

Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

A good sign that he is losing his grip? Breen never felt the need to pull that stunt and his entire family is Irish! Still sounded like a London geezer though.

You get too concerned about other people's choices. If he wants to speak in a Dublin accent, let him at it.
No there's something wrong when a grown adult suddenly starts doing that. I think it could be a cry for help (like Stephen Ireland dead granny syndrome)  and I hope whoever it is directed at is there to answer.
He could be talking like a pirate in a couple of year's time if this isn't nipped in the bud.

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I had a friend in high school who left Belfast at age 9. At school he’d have an English accent and at home his real accent. Wasn’t until he was about 20 that he had the Belfast accent all the time.

Looks like Scully’s dad has been in england for 25+ years, but who knows if young Anthony didn’t have a spell at home at some point 

Either way, hope he scores a hat full 
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Originally posted by Fozz Fozz wrote:

More concerned with how he gets on in L1.

More concerned with why WHam let a guy showing such form go, when they could be a division down next year and he might be a handy option. Maybe they let the wrong player go :) got mixed up with all the accents maybe. Maybe he has others too, Belfast, Icelandic, who knows


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