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    In other words, Dickey Dunne has convinced Clark to play for Ireland
    "I went straight onto our recruitment guy and he's been in touch. It's great. I think he has declared so once it goes through it will be great to have him in the squad.
    http://www.avfc.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10265~2175027,00.html

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    Nice one. Looks like we'll be well covered in the centre half department anyway.

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    Good man Dicky. Clark's namesake (though spelt properly) played full back for Ireland rugby in the 1990s. Useless trivia but as there are no other threads being responded to at the moment I felt compelled.

    Very quiet on foot.ie during international week.

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    Good to have him on board.

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    i hope more irish players are like that, in terms of proactive and thinking about their country like that, im sure keane is, and kilbane but i wouldn't be so sure about the others.
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    How do they pronounce Ciaran in England?

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    like key-ran
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    Seen this guy playing at the start of the season against West Ham and he looks very accomplished indeed. Great news. Don't think England will take it lying down though.
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    Brilliant news. If he fulfills his potential Clark could be our number one CB for years to come. We do have a lot of great defenders coming through. Get him straight into the squad for Norway I say...
    Ou-est le Centre George Pompidou?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerboy View Post
    Seen this guy playing at the start of the season against West Ham and he looks very accomplished indeed. Great news. Don't think England will take it lying down though.
    Remember Froggatt and Gallen? England will have to take their oil.
    Ou-est le Centre George Pompidou?

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    Fantastic news

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    Is it to early to be getting excited..... Coleman , Duffy, Clark, Wilson, Cunningham could be a cracking defence in 4/5 years if these boys keep progressing.

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    Someone on another forum said there was an article about both Clark and Hogan Ephraim declaring for us today. Can't find anything else about Ephraim though. Anyone know anything more?

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    Can we take a solemn oath never to refer to him as Clarky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_oshea View Post
    i hope more irish players are like that, in terms of proactive and thinking about their country like that, im sure keane is, and kilbane but i wouldn't be so sure about the others.
    Whatever you think of Stephen Ireland, Keogh did contact him to try and convince him to come back.

    Not saying that was a good or bad move, but it did show that Keogh cares about the national side if he was trying to get Stephen Ireland back on board.

    Great news on Clark though, he sounds a very promising prospect.
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    Fantastic news, the guy looks a great prospect. And what about Dunney eh? Not content with busting his b@lls for Ireland, he only goes and unearths his possible long term successor into the bargain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geysir View Post
    Can we take a solemn oath never to refer to him as Clarky.
    It's going to happen, no chance of fighting it. Probably better than Ciarny anyway.
    Ou-est le Centre George Pompidou?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwanVsDalton View Post
    It's going to happen, no chance of fighting it. Probably better than Ciarny anyway.
    ive already christened him the Clarkinator.

    Great news!

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    Didnt take them long or out of sight out of mind!!

    http://www.thefa.com/England/mens-u2...s=ciaran+clark
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    Quote Originally Posted by greendeiseboy View Post
    Didnt take them long or out of sight out of mind!!

    http://www.thefa.com/England/mens-u2...s=ciaran+clark
    http://www.thefa.com/England/All-Tea...C/Ciaran-Clark

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