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Thread: Callum Robinson (F Sheffield Utd (loan to West Brom) b.1995)

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    Highlights of the match, coming back from 2-0 down v Chelsea is pretty good going, plenty of Irish involvement and Sheffield
    are the team to watch from and Irish point of view starting with 3 Irish and finishing with 4!!


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    Has opened the scoring in the cup for United, albeit only against AFC Fylde. Nonetheless, he needed it.

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    Gone to West Brom on loan.Decent move you’d think.

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    Scored today in a 2-2 draw. Also looked to have a perfectly good winner ruled out with the last kick of the game. Looking like a good move for him to West Brom.
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    nice finish

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    Second in two games as he opens the scoring against Bristol City: https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51512266

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    Scored one and set up the other as West Brom were promoted last night. Missed a sitter as well though which would have sealed it for them earlier.

    So he's now involved with two premier league teams, but not guaranteed to be with either next season. Will West Brom pay the 7 or 8 million Sheffield United are apparently looking for given he hasn't been a regular for them in recent weeks? Wilder seems to have made his mind up that his future isn't at Sheffield United. Also possible that another top end championship team or lower end premier league team might go for him. He makes intelligent runs, gets into good positions and creates chances for others as well as himself. So, although he is not the finished article, there is a good player in there if properly utilised.

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    He had a very lively game last night alright. He does look like he has something about him at club level but he has looked a bit lost at international level.

    In general I think everyone has a clean slate under Kenny, including experienced underperformers like Hendrick and Brady, but also Robinson and even James Collins. This is because I think (hope!) Kenny has a better feel for the modern game, has a set idea of what attributes he wants in a player and might also find a way of playing that is generally more cohesive, so fewer players will be isolated and feeding off scraps. I felt recent managers played players in roles that didn't suit them, and in O'Neill's specific case you could add that players didn't know what they were expected to do.

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    defending was shocking for the pass, nice anticipation from Robinson

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    I think there's a log jam of players in his position at West Brom. They have Grosicki, Phillips, Pereira, Diangana and Krovinovic to play behind the 9, with Robson-Kanu and Austin battling it out there also. It looks like he was in ahead of Robson-Kanu and Austin last night but he can fill the wide forward roles. Pereira and Diangana are probably the standout attacking midfielders but West Ham will surely want the latter back. Perhaps if West Brom don't identify a suitable improvement on their present options they'll turn to him.

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    Next season well see as many irish premier league players we have had in a very long time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggs246 View Post
    Next season well see as many irish premier league players we have had in a very long time
    There's been 21 this season already, and there's still a chance for Dunne, Coventry, or Ferry to make an appearance on Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    There's been 21 this season already, and there's still a chance for Dunne, Coventry, or Ferry to make an appearance on Sunday.
    All three are with teams with little to play for so hopefully at least one of them gets a run.

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