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    Irish Abroad 2018/19

    Dean Ebbe, Tom Holland line up for The New Saints in the Champions League tonight, with Kurtis Byrne on the bench, and are the first Irish players to play in the new season.


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    David McGoldrick on trial with Sheffield United, according to East Anglian Times.

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    first weekend in the Championship. disappointing to Not See Judge get a start or obenge be involved for brentford. No sign of cotter or mcloughlin for ipswich. Nice to See manning involved for QPR under a new manager. Sheffield utd with mcgoldrick Stevens and egan starting but will any Of them be first choice for us? Same with reading mcshane, kelly(?), and meyler starting unlikely to be first choice for us. Nice to See o Brien Scorecard for millwall Nyt where does he fit for Us? Nothing New and exciting From Irish perspective On first Championship weekend. Nice to see curtis Start for portsmouth might be interesting to See if he can kick on

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    Quote Originally Posted by liamoo11 View Post
    first weekend in the Championship. disappointing to Not See Judge get a start or obenge be involved for brentford. No sign of cotter or mcloughlin for ipswich. Nice to See manning involved for QPR under a new manager. Sheffield utd with mcgoldrick Stevens and egan starting but will any Of them be first choice for us? Same with reading mcshane, kelly(?), and meyler starting unlikely to be first choice for us. Nice to See o Brien Scorecard for millwall Nyt where does he fit for Us? Nothing New and exciting From Irish perspective On first Championship weekend. Nice to see curtis Start for portsmouth might be interesting to See if he can kick on
    For this season our probable striking set-up is basically Long, Walters plus two/three from Maguire, Hogan, McGoldrick, O'Brien, Robinson and Burke. Maguire is likely the prime candidate for one of the spots based on his form last season, but will be out injured for the next couple of international games so this may open the door for the others to impress. It will be one of MON's challenges to choose the best options from that group.

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    Anthony Stokes' first goal in Iran, Conrad Logan's 50th appearance for Mansfield Town, Jonathan Hayes returns from injury and more in the first round up of 2018/19: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...33857953731578
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time: http://twitter.com/irish_abroad and posted to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irishfootballstatisics

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    With the new premier league season starting this week, I'll be publishing a series of stats blogs during the week focusing on appearance data from the top division. Today's blog focusses on the last Irish player to score in the Premier League for each team in the 2018/19 PL season. How many can you name?
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time: http://twitter.com/irish_abroad and posted to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irishfootballstatisics

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    With the new premier league season starting this week, I'll be publishing a series of stats blogs during the week focusing on appearance data from the top division. Today's blog focusses on the last Irish player to score in the Premier League for each team in the 2018/19 PL season. How many can you name?
    Arsenal - None
    Chelsea - Damien Duff
    Man City - Stephen Ireland
    Liverpool - Robbie Keane
    Everton - Seamus Coleman
    Crystal palace - Damien Delaney
    Burnley - Kevin Long
    Man Utd - Darron Gibson
    Newcastle Utd - Ciaran Clark
    Brighton and Hove Albion - None
    West Ham Utd - Joey O'Brien
    Wolves - Kevin Doyle
    Fulham - Damien Duff
    Bournemouth - Harry Arter
    Cardiff City - None
    Southampton - Shane Long
    Leicester City - None
    Spurs - Robbie Keane
    Watford - Dominic Foley
    Huddersfield Town - none

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    Coleman is wrong for Everton.
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time: http://twitter.com/irish_abroad and posted to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irishfootballstatisics

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    Today's question:
    Name the two Irish players who played in the Premier League 2017/18 season but have not played senior international football for Ireland
    Last edited by tetsujin1979; 08/08/2018 at 11:30 AM.
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time: http://twitter.com/irish_abroad and posted to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irishfootballstatisics

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    Obafemi at Southampton is one.

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    Josh Cullen the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkStu View Post
    Obafemi at Southampton is one.
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    Josh Cullen the other?
    yep, well done! I've been updating the stats for the Premier League on the site over the summer, and now I'm confident on the appearance data I have for all Premier League seasons. With that in mind, I checked out what Irish players have played in the Premier League, and have not (yet) earned a senior international cap. There's 42 altogether, including Obafemi and Cullen: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...32700603167034
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    Coleman is wrong for Everton.
    Ah! I thought he had scored since his injury - Then James McCarthy

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    Quote Originally Posted by samhaydenjr View Post
    Ah! I thought he had scored since his injury - Then James McCarthy
    Yep, correct

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    Today's question: when was the last time Ireland named a starting XI of players who have played in the Premier league
    Hint: it was under the current manager

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    Today's question: when was the last time Ireland named a starting XI of players who have played in the Premier league
    Hint: it was under the current manager
    What are you on about Tets? Irish football is screwed and all our players are League One, Championship and the odd smattering of LOI. O'Neill wasn't in charged for Italia 90.

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    Before the new Premier League season kicks off tomorrow, I wondered how many times an Ireland team has been named with 11 starting players who have played in the top division in England: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...08275780745828
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    Final question before the new premier league season starts, when was the last time Ireland named a starting XI of players who were all at premier league clubs?
    Hint: it hasn't happened under the current, or previous manager

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    International games where the Ireland Starting XI was composed entirely of Premier League players: http://irish-abroad.appspot.com/Blog...08102060980330
    All goals, yellow and red cards tweeted in real time: http://twitter.com/irish_abroad and posted to facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irishfootballstatisics

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    Good day for Ronan Curtis, 2 for Pompey so far.

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