Cillian Sheridan

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 14.12.10

I FEEL sad my friends. I feel very sad. I can’t shake this melancholy. Another pitiful weekend for our lads over in foreign. There is going to be a serious amount of Irish players moving in the January transfer window, the type of movement not seen since the time I licked a raw chicken fillet when I was 5 years old.

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 23.11.10

JOE Hart wasn’t injured after all and Shay Given returned to the bad place he’s been in now for months, despite Wednesday’s brief international respite; like a prisoner being let out for Christmas dinner. Damien Duff is, in my opinion, also about to enter a bad place. He looked out of sorts again against City – getting subbed for Gera and may now be in danger of losing his place for their next outing. What are we without a Duff firing on all cylinders? It’s like The Beatles without John and Paul, Ant and Dec without Dec, porn without the cum-shot, Play The Game without Derek Davis – It doesn’t bare thinking about.

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 20.9.10

IN THE weekend’s big fixture, Man Utd v Liverpool, John O’Shea played the full 90 (just about) and Darren Gibson got 2 mins.
Glenn Whelan got 10 mins while Marc Wilson was an unused sub for Stoke City.
Richard Dunne came off injured at half time and is a doubt for the upcoming internationals.