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    Yeah, for one day.
    In 2012, seven players started one game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    A season's high on one day I'm assuming? Burnley are playing Monday night so there could be 8 over a round of fixtures.
    Clark starts for Newcastle to make that 9 over this round.

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    Coleman, Christie, Duffy, Clark, Cunningham, Long, Brady, Doherty and Rice? Pity that Brady is the only offensive player of the group. Pity we can't play 4 full backs every match- although MON had a penchant for playing 3.

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    Harry Arter started too, 10 all weekend with Hendrick and Obafemi making substitute appearances. Not bad considering Shane Long, Stephen Ward and James McCarthy all would have a good chance of featuring if fit and only 14 Irish have minutes this season.
    Plenty of U23s have chances of featuring at some stage this season (Coventry has made the bench for example)
    Others such as Rob Elliot, Brian Murphy, Anthony Pilkington and loanees like Jon Walters, Richie Towell, Jimmy Dunne, Tommie Hoban and Josh Cullen will probably not however.
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    Caoimhin Kelleher included in Liverpool's 21 man suqad for the Champions League game against PSG: https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/fir...ampions-league
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time on twitter and facebook

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    Four players are shown their first yellow card of the season, Alan Judge's 25th Championship goal, Jay O'Shea's 50th appearance for Bury FC and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...11926649340182
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    Graham Burke's first appearance in two months, Matt Doherty's 15th goal for Wolves, Michael Obafemi's first start in the Premier League, and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...77501517239350

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    They pointed out on Newstalk this morning that Manchester United play Arsenal tonight, minus an Alex Ferguson and/or Arsène Wenger involvement for the first time since 1986.

    They made the point that there were six Irish starters that day (they included Norman Whiteside in this) - https://www.11v11.com/matches/arsena...st-1986-88098/

    How times have changed.


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    Kieran Westwood played for the first half of Crewe Alexandra U-23s v Shefield Wed U-23s on 10 Dec; Ciaran Brennan also started for The Owls. Kevin O'Connor played for Crewe, having had few League 2 appearances so far this season.

    Andy Boyle started in Dundee's 1 - 1 draw with Rangers, replacing the injured Darren O'Dea.

    Norwich City are arranging a testimonial for Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin on 6 May 2019; Team Wes will take on Team Russ, with Temple St Hospital Dublin one of the charities due to benefit.

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    Richie Towell scores in consecutive games, Callum O'Dowda's first booking since 2016, Joe Shaughnessy's tenth career goal and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...94014808457774
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    Wasn't sure we're to post this, but Michael Robinson has incurable cancer. My thoughts are certainly with him.
    https://m.independent.ie/sport/socce...-37634035.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by gastric View Post
    Wasn't sure we're to post this, but Michael Robinson has incurable cancer. My thoughts are certainly with him.
    https://m.independent.ie/sport/socce...-37634035.html
    Best of luck Michael . A fine Physical Specimen of a Man in his day .

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    Quote Originally Posted by gastric View Post
    Wasn't sure we're to post this, but Michael Robinson has incurable cancer. My thoughts are certainly with him.
    https://m.independent.ie/sport/socce...-37634035.html
    That's terribly sad. He was held in high esteem in Spain because of his media work - to show how high, I read a story in a newspaper years ago written by an Irish journalist who had gone to visit him in Spain and they went to a game together. They were approached by an elderly Spanish gentleman who seemed delighted to meet Robinson started speaking effusively to him in Spanish and it was quite clear he was a big admirer. When he left the journalist asked "who was that oul fella", to which Robinson responded "Alfredo Di Stefano".

    I hope he finds peace in the difficult times ahead.

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    Roy O'Donovan returns after a record suspension, Michael Obafemi's first Premier League goal, Gary Dicker's 400th career appearance and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...07987158349110
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    Roy O'Donovan's first goal of the season, Richie Towell's first red card in England, Adam O'Reilly's senior debut and more in the last round up of 2018: https://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blo...11792070718622
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    Roy O'Donovan's 30th goal in the A-League James McCleans 200th start in English football, Robbie Brady's third career red card and more in the midweek round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...12421799432166
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    Stephen Ward's return from injury, Jeff Hendrick's 250th career start, Paddy Madden's 20th goal for Fleetwood Town, and more in the weekend round up: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...06605934932283
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    Today is the first time two Ireland players (Rice and Long) scored on the same day in the Premier League since Tuesday, 2nd January 2018, when McClean and Long scored
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    Spoke too soon, Ciaran Clark's goal means that today is now the first day since Saturday, 13th February 2016 that three Ireland players scored on the same day in the Premier League
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    This is the first season where three Ireland players(Ciaran Clark, Shane Duffy & Matt Doherty) have scored three, or more, Premier League goals since 2016/17 (Jonathan Walters(4), Shane Long(3) & Seamus Coleman(4))
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