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    Quote Originally Posted by Razors left peg View Post
    Lets hope we dont have Steven Ireland taking in his other ear about what he thinks of the Irish set up
    Christ Razor - is this lad embroiled in some sick torture ritual featuring Stephen Ireland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Hopefully Richard Dunne has a word with him rather than Stephen Ireland.

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    According to that article he's just as eligible for Scotland. This could turn into a right scrap.
    Ou-est le Centre George Pompidou?

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    His grandmother is from Ireland, so he's eligible.

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    Irish granny, Scottish father...England captain. Very interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    Christ Razor - is this lad embroiled in some sick torture ritual featuring Stephen Ireland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ''Although London born and an England underage international, Clark has stong Donegal connections. He is the grandson of Vera Clark, originally from Moyle Hill in Milford, but presently living in Manorcunningham.

    Ciaran's father Michael, although born in Edinburgh when his family were working in Scotland for a time, is a former student of Drummond National School in Ballyare (Donegal) and played for Milford United under Fr Michael Herrity as a teenager.

    Michael eventually decided to move to England to find work and his wife Peggy, from Drumshambo, Co Leitrim, who trained as a nurse in Letterkenny General Hospital, left with him in early 1989. Michael now works with the London Underground, although makes the trip home on two or three occasions a year to visit his sizable extended family that includes the McGinleys, Lynaghs, McMonagles, Sweeneys and McCuskers.''


    http://www.donegaldemocrat.ie/donega...ine.5890651.jp
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlaskaFox View Post
    His grandmother is from Ireland, so he's eligible.
    I know, just pointing out Scotland could go after him as well just as easy if they were so inclined. Although I didn't realise his father was Scottish born but with an Irish mother as the Democrat outlines. Didn't realise his connections are that strong, might be a good chance of him turning out for us.
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    Ou-est le Centre George Pompidou?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    Christ Razor - is this lad embroiled in some sick torture ritual featuring Stephen Ireland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Don Givens in one ear and Steven Ireland in the other might make ya wanna cut off both ears alright

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    you see some of the comments left from Villa fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwanVsDalton View Post
    I know, just pointing out Scotland could go after him as well just as easy if they were so inclined. Although I didn't realise his father was Scottish born but with an Irish mother as the Democrat outlines. Didn't realise his connections are that strong, might be a good chance of him turning out for us.
    Sorry, didn't notice the word "as" first time. Thought you said "He's just eligible for Scotland". Silly me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakermaker1982 View Post
    you see some of the comments left from Villa fans?
    I particularly like this one from 'VillaFan9':
    "I'm sick of the R.O.I stealing the talent that England have nurtured on our shores. He was born here, he was educated here, he learned to play football here. The R.O.I shouldn't just be allowed to come and claim him when they want. Clark is one of the most promising ENGLISH defenders in the Premier League. These shady rules need to stop nations like the R.O.I taking talent away from countries that have produced them."
    Shouldn't be allowed, ya hear!

    Seriously, "shady rules"? They're almost as bad as some IFA fans. For a second I actually thought I was back on OWC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predator View Post
    I particularly like this one from 'VillaFan9':
    "I'm sick of the R.O.I stealing the talent that England have nurtured on our shores. He was born here, he was educated here, he learned to play football here. The R.O.I shouldn't just be allowed to come and claim him when they want. Clark is one of the most promising ENGLISH defenders in the Premier League. These shady rules need to stop nations like the R.O.I taking talent away from countries that have produced them."
    Shouldn't be allowed, ya hear!

    Seriously, "shady rules"? They're almost as bad as some IFA fans. For a second I actually thought I was back on OWC.
    I wonder does 'VillaFan9' have the same opinion about Lewis Holtby ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predator View Post
    I particularly like this one from 'VillaFan9':
    "I'm sick of the R.O.I stealing the talent that England have nurtured on our shores. He was born here, he was educated here, he learned to play football here. The R.O.I shouldn't just be allowed to come and claim him when they want. Clark is one of the most promising ENGLISH defenders in the Premier League. These shady rules need to stop nations like the R.O.I taking talent away from countries that have produced them."
    Shouldn't be allowed, ya hear!

    Seriously, "shady rules"? They're almost as bad as some IFA fans. For a second I actually thought I was back on OWC.
    The wounds of Paul Green's defection are clearly still fresh.

    'Stealing' is the highlight. You'd swear these guys were prize rottweilers lured away with a bag of doggie treats rather than autonomous individuals whose decisions and the reasons for them are their's alone.

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    I wonder does 'VillaFan9' have the same opinion about Lewis Holtby ??
    Touché.

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    Quote Originally Posted by co. down green View Post
    I wonder does 'VillaFan9' have the same opinion about Lewis Holtby ??
    If that kid is smart he'll stay with Germany, they have some very good youngsters and the making of a good team. They just need some CB's

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGKyne View Post
    If that kid is smart he'll stay with Germany, they have some very good youngsters and the making of a good team. They just need some CB's
    That's also assuming that he turns out to be any good.

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    I don't think the Daily Mail added anything there or gave any sort of insight. Probably just based it off the Birmingham mail article.

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    Any truth in the rumour that Givens and co use foot.ie as their main scouting resource for up and coming and eligible Irish talent??!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elroy View Post
    Any truth in the rumour that Givens and co use foot.ie as their main scouting resource for up and coming and eligible Irish talent??!?
    If it's true, I don't think it's a bad thing. Many users on here are generally very knowledgeable about eligible players and things like Tets's Irish Abroad database would be a valuable resource for any national setup.
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    Is there any reason to think he would want to switch?

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