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State of Play: Ireland 2 Uruguay 3

Póg Mo Goal’s no-holds-barred player ratings – HAD Ireland equalised to make it 3-3 at the Aviva Stadium against Uruguay, they would have been full value for the draw. Playing with an abandon that was sorely missed on Saturday, a mix of the naivety but confidence of youth, and the excessive enthusiasm of those out to impress, saw an Irish side produce ambitious football that almost came up trumps. Continue reading →

On The Road To God Knows Where – Manchester

“AND where are ye guys off to this weekend?” asks the blondey haired D4 bird sitting next to Philly on the plane. “Ah well, we’re off to this titty bar called Leggs” replies Philly, not a bother on him. He wasn’t even saying it for anyone else’s benefit. He was just genuinely delighted to be going back to the strip club he’d been in the last time he was in Manchester. And for ten pound lap dances can ya blame him for being excited? Continue reading →

Spud Watch – Stop The Press

I had written a critique of Giovanni Trapattoni’s original squad selection yesterday for next week’s clash with Wales. However, earlier today I was handed a revised squad update here at Spud Watch Towers and I’ll be f*cked if you think I’m gonna go back and re-edit all the nonsense and garble. But what has been handed to me is is the most exciting looking Irish squad in 5 years…. Continue reading →

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 04/02/11

HELLO friends and welcome to Spud Watch – lots to talk about this week but also the usual dose of nonsensical boll*cks, plus an in-depth analysis of Trap’s squad (in Spud Watch – Stop The Press) which chopped and changed more times than the original Pippa in Home and Away. (Incidentally, the original Pippa is a better midfield option than Paul Green or Glenn Whelan). Continue reading →

Chelsea Want McCarthy, But Trap Doesn’t

CHELSEA are reported to have made a shock £6m bid for Irish midfielder James McCarthy ahead of tomorrow’s transfer deadline. Yet while the 20-year-old, who made a scoring return to action last week after a lengthy lay-off, has emerged as a target for the Stamford Bridge outfit, he will seek a meeting with the Irish management on his omission from the senior squad. Continue reading →