Stephen Carr

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 18/01/11

THINGS are ticking over nicely as our players are starting to approach something like form, just in time for the Anti-Good Friday Agreement/Carling Four Nations Cup in February. Let’s have a look now and see how our golden wonders did this week….

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 16.11.10

SEAMUS Coleman is rapidly becoming a right-sided Gareth Bale under our eyes. When you consider that this time last year, Bale was still a struggling left-back and you look where he’s at now. Coleman is already far from a struggling defender and was a real handful for the Arse in the first half, creating chances and space through acceleration, flat-out pace, decent control and the ability to make a pass.

Spud Watch – The Irish Abroad 13.9.10

THERE were games for: John O’Shea, Liam Lawrence (with his new club Portsmouth), Robbie Keane (20 mins), James McCarthy, Stephen Kelly 90, and for the Wolves contingent – Ward, Foley, and Doyle, with their former teammate Andy Keogh getting the full 90 at Cardiff.