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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The O'Shea Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Nov 2019 at 10:19pm
Cirkin's eligible for about 5 countries, and I'd hazard a guess we're probably the one he has the least connection to; so I'd say he's a long shot alright.
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Originally posted by Nialler Nialler wrote:

Originally posted by Dragon_Khan Dragon_Khan wrote:

Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

Amazing all the hidden truths and special insights in to the footballing world you get from this forum! Maybe he forgot his blue ones and had to scrounge some from lost property?


well here is José talking about Troy and how he rates him today from 50 seconds in

He is talking about a 17 year old left back in this clip who also happens to be Irish eligible and born in Dublin called Dennis Cirkin. He is in the England setup though.

Is he born to English parents or Irish? Really weird to see someone born in Ireland playing for another country!


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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Originally posted by Nialler Nialler wrote:

Originally posted by Dragon_Khan Dragon_Khan wrote:

Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

Amazing all the hidden truths and special insights in to the footballing world you get from this forum! Maybe he forgot his blue ones and had to scrounge some from lost property?


well here is José talking about Troy and how he rates him today from 50 seconds in

He is talking about a 17 year old left back in this clip who also happens to be Irish eligible and born in Dublin called Dennis Cirkin. He is in the England setup though.

Is he born to English parents or Irish? Really weird to see someone born in Ireland playing for another country!

Parents from Eastern Europe I think. 
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Born in Ireland but moved when he was 3, so his personal link is non existent.
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if he was born here today with non Irish parents he would not qualify for a passport. He will either play for England or the country of his parents or Grandparents. At best we would be 3rd choice IMO.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Conan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Nov 2019 at 9:05am
Little connection to Ireland, but still plenty more substantial than EIRE loving Michael Obafemi for instance.
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Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

Little connection to Ireland, but still plenty more substantial than EIRE loving Michael Obafemi for instance.

How so? Surely nigh on identical situations only one of them actually played underage football through the grades? 
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Originally posted by Missy Missy wrote:

if he was born here today with non Irish parents he would not qualify for a passport. He will either play for England or the country of his parents or Grandparents. At best we would be 3rd choice IMO.


How do you figure that?
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at 3 he has no real memories of Ireland. He currently plays for England and apparently that is more lucrative than playing  for  Ireland.
One would assume he had visited his grandparents home at some stage of his life and his family socialise with people from the country of his parents and he is fluent in that language.
We had a referendum a few years ago  to prevent illegal  heavily pregnant women  flying in giving birth and  the whole family coul legally stay as a their was an Irish citizen in  their family.
For a child to qualify for a passport born on the Island  one parents or Grandparents must have a passport.
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Well that's nonsense. How someone feels about their Irishness has no bearing on their ability to attain a passport; if you're born here you're entitled to one no matter what your feelings are. You're conflating two  entirely different things here; the law that changed was that a childs non-Irish family were no longer automatically entitled to Irish citizenship; however, the child born here has remained absolutely entitled to Irish citizenship, any other situation would be downright racist and logically incoherent.
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I didn’t even know it was illegal to be heavily pregnant...
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Originally posted by Missy Missy wrote:

at 3 he has no real memories of Ireland. He currently plays for England and apparently that is more lucrative than playing  for  Ireland.
One would assume he had visited his grandparents home at some stage of his life and his family socialise with people from the country of his parents and he is fluent in that language.
We had a referendum a few years ago  to prevent illegal  heavily pregnant women  flying in giving birth and  the whole family coul legally stay as a their was an Irish citizen in  their family.
For a child to qualify for a passport born on the Island  one parents or Grandparents must have a passport.

Seriously ill-informed post. A kid born in Ireland has no right to an Irish passport - have heard it all now!

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If Okoflex pulls on an England jersey after 12 years in Ireland anyone will
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I never meant to start a Cirkin for Ireland campaign and debate on his Irishness which is pretty irrelevant. I was merely pointing out that the OP was mistaken and Mourinho was not talking about Troy Parrott in the clip. 
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LOLLOLLOL

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I didn’t even know it was illegal to be heavily pregnant...
I remember the heavily illegal pregnant referendum very well. It was a great day.
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LOLLOLLOL

Wow. The absolute lunacy on here never ceases to amaze me.
I didn’t even  know Gemma posted here.
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In cases where at least one parent was an Irish citizen born in the island of Ireland or an Irish citizen resident abroad in the public service, citizenship is automatic and dates from birth. In all other cases citizenship is subject to registration in the Foreign Births Register.
There is  case not to long ago where  the government  are trying to deport an Asian kid and his family as they hav exhausted a appeals. The kid was 8 and never outside the 26 counties 


Edited by Missy - 30 Nov 2019 at 1:20pm
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