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Originally posted by rolo rolo wrote:

Originally posted by arthur40 arthur40 wrote:

..still waiting for an example?..i hope people on here can see what outrageous bully's you are...you dont like a different point of view..thats authoritarian...if you know what that means?..anyway for a second time..can we move on


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Getting back to the thread title...

I reckon Doyle starts in goals, O hara in at half time

Long, Duffy, Clarke - Full backs
Coleman, Doherty - Wing backs
Rice, Hourihane, McClean in the middle
Long and Hogan up top.

With Maguire still coming back from injury, I think O'Neill will use him off the bench, like at Preston.

Then Stevens, Browne and O'Kane also to be introduced off the bench....but who knows with MON!
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Has to be Seani starting surely. Long should be nowhere near the team right now.
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Originally posted by Gabrieléire Gabrieléire wrote:

Great work lads. People like that not welcome on this forum.
Exactly well done those men.

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Anybody know what Arthur's preferred starting 11 would have been?
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Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Anybody know what Arthur's preferred starting 11 would have been?


Tommy Robinson upfront on his own.

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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Anybody know what Arthur's preferred starting 11 would have been?


Tommy Robinson Stephen Yaxley Lennon upfront on his own.



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When is the team announced?

And has MON said he will blood some new players.
I fear he will not Cry

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I read a quote from O'Neill he might play some of the game with 3-5-2. I think Coleman as a wing back would be good, get him forward more. If Ward is still the regular for  the competitive games he might be better off at left wing back as well 


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For some very strange reason I'm looking forward to this game Confused
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My XI

...................Doyle
Coleman..Duffy...Long.....Stevens
.....Browne..Hourihane..Meyler
McClean............................Horgan
...................Long

Edited by tonyjaa - 23 Mar 2018 at 2:40pm
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Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

For some very strange reason I'm looking forward to this game Confused

So am I.

I think it has to do with the potential showcasing of new players. I think we would all like to see Rice, Stevens, Doherty, Hourihane, Maguire and Hogan get a run out, with Coleman returning. Maybe O'Hara will get some time in goal. Either way, it is interesting from the point of view of potential
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Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

My XI

...................Doyle
Coleman..Duffy...Long.....Stevens
.....Browne..Hourihane..Meyler
McClean............................Horgan
...................Long

Swap Maguire for Long and I'd go with that.

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I won't get to see it tonight,will that lad who used to post on here stick the full game on YouTube?
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Originally posted by John Wick John Wick wrote:

Originally posted by tonyjaa tonyjaa wrote:

My XI

...................Doyle
Coleman..Duffy...Long.....Stevens
.....Browne..Hourihane..Meyler
McClean............................Horgan
...................Long



Doherty is by far a better option over Stevens.
Doherty's form and improvement has been at right-back. That is his best position
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