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    Shrewsbury Town's Josh Daniels looking to defect (back) to the north.

    https://www.derryjournal.com/sport/f...nd-set-3059364

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    Good luck to him, I like Josh as a player and he's done well for himself.

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    is this Roberto Lynch-Sánchez eligible for Ireland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bielsa´s irish View Post
    is this Roberto Lynch-Sánchez eligible for Ireland?
    Lynch might be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bielsa´s irish View Post
    is this Roberto Lynch-Sánchez eligible for Ireland?
    Why would a Spanish speaker hyphenate a Spanish name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Why would a Spanish speaker hyphenate a Spanish name?
    Because it is a double family name, it happens worldwide more with the raise of women rights. In Argentina most kids have double surnames. It is a trend and a human right

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Why would a Spanish speaker hyphenate a Spanish name?
    I lived in France near Geneve border, even more in French culture the hyphen is also used , for example Dominic Strauss-Kahn, and this last name that I chose was no coincidence, in many decades only the rich and powerful traditional families put the surname of the mother's family in newborn babies. In Argentina the working class and the advance of left-wing political parties and feminist groups asked that the mother's surname to be incorporated so that this is not a right only for the rich. Equality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bielsa´s irish View Post
    Because it is a double family name, it happens worldwide more with the raise of women rights. In Argentina most kids have double surnames. It is a trend and a human right
    Yes. And it's not hyphenated

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Yes. And it's not hyphenated
    Usually it is not ...unless they are french, or quebecoi, brazilians, or english. Sometimes when the kid has 3 surnames, it is in spanish it is. Modern families, assembled families.

    In Italy is different , the family names come together....for instance long italian surnames.... "Grandinetti" it is the union of both "Grande or Grandi" and "Netti"

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    enough etymology, what about this goalie Lynch-Sŕnchez? any info?

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    I'm confused..why has he a double barreled surname?

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    He doesn't. It's just standard Spanish naming convention (father is Lynch and mother is Sanchez). I don't know why the Spanish speaker is getting that wrong is all

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    Who is he ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCWA View Post
    Who is he ?
    Spanish born keeper. Just replaced Matt Ryan at Brighton in recent weeks. Around 23 years old. Tall.

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    I assume Connolly and Molumby can have a word in Spanish ~ Pour Favour !

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    Given the name no harm having a word to inquire about eligibility. Looked confident in Sunday’s match, only beaten by a deflected shot (not his fault). Very good distribution — immediately looked to release teammates quickly with accurate throws and kicks after retrieving the ball (before and after the red card, easy to look good afterward obviously).

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    To be fair to the FAI, they've been decent in recent years about approaching eligible players to declare - Christie wasn't mentioned here before his first call up, neither was Harness before he declared - so I'd imagine they're at least aware of Lynch-Sanchez, if they haven't spoken to him already

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    To be fair to the FAI, they've been decent in recent years about approaching eligible players to declare - Christie wasn't mentioned here before his first call up, neither was Harness before he declared - so I'd imagine they're at least aware of Lynch-Sanchez, if they haven't spoken to him already
    ok great, I can read between lines, good xmas gift if so

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    If he makes a mistake do the crowd shout Lynch-Sanchez ?

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    Anybody know if this Calum Scanlon lad has an Irish link? Highly rated 15 year old who Liverpool are buying from Birmingham.

    https://www.transfermarkt.com/calum-...spieler/796298

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