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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Mon Nov 16, 2009 8:39 am

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I hope after the irish are with one foot out we contact Trap ASAP!

Among other jobs, Trap has been managing Milan, Juventus, Inter, Bayern Münich, Fiorentina, Gli Azzurri and Benfica. He is 70 years old and has recenty signed a new contract that will tie him with the Irish NT until 2012. He was reported to earn around 2 million euros a year before the extension and then agreed to lower his salary with a small amount.

So, why should Ireland fire him? And more important, why would he want to finish his career in a serie A-side barely top 10? And why would he want to halve (at best) his salery?

The realistic options to Ballardini are others, like Mihajlovic, Giordano, Reja and Novellino.

90% of the Irish population love Trap as a person. 90% of us don't want him as coach.

Why? For the same reasons people here are currently despising Lotito.

He insists that the Ireland team does not need Andy or Stephen Reid (our two most creative players, arguably) which is similar to what Lotito is doing with Pandev and Ledesma. Not only that but it has been reported that he faked making contact with Stephen Ireland; it is widely believed that Trap has made no effort to bring Stephen ireland back in the squad. In fact, there is a rumour that he made a phonecall to Stephen Ireland to ask his permission to pretend they had discussed the idea.

What Ireland have with Trap is a man who shares a similar philosophy on calcio as Lotito/Ballardini; he makes strange decisions, is forced to play poor players in crucial positions as a result and is too stubborn to ever change his mind.

As I said earlier, Ireland made it into the play-offs because aside from Italy and considering all the other teams in our group, we still had the quality despite the absence of key players. However, if we go out against France (which is pretty much a foregone conclusion) then people will ask if things could have been any different if the 2 Reid's and Stephen Ireland were in our ranks. That's the reality.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:37 am

Caxi wrote:
El Weninho wrote:
Roman_Eagle wrote:
I hope after the irish are with one foot out we contact Trap ASAP!

Among other jobs, Trap has been managing Milan, Juventus, Inter, Bayern Münich, Fiorentina, Gli Azzurri and Benfica. He is 70 years old and has recenty signed a new contract that will tie him with the Irish NT until 2012. He was reported to earn around 2 million euros a year before the extension and then agreed to lower his salary with a small amount.

So, why should Ireland fire him? And more important, why would he want to finish his career in a serie A-side barely top 10? And why would he want to halve (at best) his salery?

The realistic options to Ballardini are others, like Mihajlovic, Giordano, Reja and Novellino.

90% of the Irish population love Trap as a person. 90% of us don't want him as coach.

Why? For the same reasons people here are currently despising Lotito.

He insists that the Ireland team does not need Andy or Stephen Reid (our two most creative players, arguably) which is similar to what Lotito is doing with Pandev and Ledesma. Not only that but it has been reported that he faked making contact with Stephen Ireland; it is widely believed that Trap has made no effort to bring Stephen ireland back in the squad. In fact, there is a rumour that he made a phonecall to Stephen Ireland to ask his permission to pretend they had discussed the idea.

What Ireland have with Trap is a man who shares a similar philosophy on calcio as Lotito/Ballardini; he makes strange decisions, is forced to play poor players in crucial positions as a result and is too stubborn to ever change his mind.

As I said earlier, Ireland made it into the play-offs because aside from Italy and considering all the other teams in our group, we still had the quality despite the absence of key players. However, if we go out against France (which is pretty much a foregone conclusion) then people will ask if things could have been any different if the 2 Reid's and Stephen Ireland were in our ranks. That's the reality.

Sure Caxi. You're of course in a better position to judge if he's the right man for the job or not. However, what I ment was that I doubt the Irish FA would sack him after recently extending his contract until 2012. No matter the result against France.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:51 am

phantomm1976 wrote:
hope that bosnia will score 3 in zenica

Bosnia's coach is Miroslav Blazevic, yes?

he was Iran's coach about 8 years ago

very funny oldman!

Forza Bosnia!
Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:15 pm

El Weninho wrote:
Caxi wrote:
El Weninho wrote:
Roman_Eagle wrote:
I hope after the irish are with one foot out we contact Trap ASAP!

Among other jobs, Trap has been managing Milan, Juventus, Inter, Bayern Münich, Fiorentina, Gli Azzurri and Benfica. He is 70 years old and has recenty signed a new contract that will tie him with the Irish NT until 2012. He was reported to earn around 2 million euros a year before the extension and then agreed to lower his salary with a small amount.

So, why should Ireland fire him? And more important, why would he want to finish his career in a serie A-side barely top 10? And why would he want to halve (at best) his salery?

The realistic options to Ballardini are others, like Mihajlovic, Giordano, Reja and Novellino.

90% of the Irish population love Trap as a person. 90% of us don't want him as coach.

Why? For the same reasons people here are currently despising Lotito.

He insists that the Ireland team does not need Andy or Stephen Reid (our two most creative players, arguably) which is similar to what Lotito is doing with Pandev and Ledesma. Not only that but it has been reported that he faked making contact with Stephen Ireland; it is widely believed that Trap has made no effort to bring Stephen ireland back in the squad. In fact, there is a rumour that he made a phonecall to Stephen Ireland to ask his permission to pretend they had discussed the idea.

What Ireland have with Trap is a man who shares a similar philosophy on calcio as Lotito/Ballardini; he makes strange decisions, is forced to play poor players in crucial positions as a result and is too stubborn to ever change his mind.

As I said earlier, Ireland made it into the play-offs because aside from Italy and considering all the other teams in our group, we still had the quality despite the absence of key players. However, if we go out against France (which is pretty much a foregone conclusion) then people will ask if things could have been any different if the 2 Reid's and Stephen Ireland were in our ranks. That's the reality.

Sure Caxi. You're of course in a better position to judge if he's the right man for the job or not. However, what I ment was that I doubt the Irish FA would sack him after recently extending his contract until 2012. No matter the result against France.

Yes, but although 2012 is on the cards, media criticism is already rife and if the public get on his backs, he could be gone sooner rather than later.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 7:28 pm

A big fuk you to Mr smelling ass Sepp Blatter for saying that WC would be nothing without Cristina Ronaldo and that he hopes for Portugal. A big fart in the face for both him and CRistina. God what I hope for Bosnia tonight. Without Misimovic, Spahic, Rahimic and Muratovic it will be hard but now it's a chance for the youn Pjanic to show his skills in the NT.

Hajmo Bosno hajmo Hercegovino!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 7:47 pm

Looking forward to tonight. If Ireland score one of the first two goals we have a chance. If it appears to be over, I'm finding a stream and I'm cheering on Bosnia.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:28 pm

Forza Bosnia!

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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:38 pm

Greece 1-0 up away to Ukraine. I would have preferred Ukraine to go through, but looking like a tough task for them now.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:40 pm

No surprises there, Ukraine needed a goal in the first leg, Greece are a better side.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:49 pm

France 0-1 Ireland

We could be 2 or 3 up but... GAME ON!!!
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:24 am

Portugal seem to be going through Crying or Very sad (nothing against them, but I really wanted to see Bosnia progress).

Slovenia are looking good at the moment. 1-0 up with 10 minutes to go and with a man extra after Kerzhakov's red.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:42 am

Shame on Russia. What a come back!!!!!

Well done Slovenia! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:10 am

Extra time in Paris.

It should be over, Ireland could have won this by 3 or 4 but we haven't and the French are getting desperate; crazy diving levels.

Fingers crossed.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:13 am

We're pretty much out now. Free kick that was offside and Thierry Henry has effectively caught the ball and France have scored. Sick.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:20 am

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We're pretty much out now. Free kick that was offside and Thierry Henry has effectively caught the ball and France have scored. Sick.
very sick No
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:39 am

Thierry Henry... You are a f@#ken disgrace!

Worst handball play since Maradona's hand of God. & in such a critical fixture.

All the players saw it, The entire stadium saw it! Even I saw it 24000 kms away on a dodgy internet stream! Yet the retarded referee pulled the greatest Sgt Shultz ever..... "I KNOW NOTHING! NOTHING!!!"

Shame, Shame, Shame No


My sympathies with the Irish.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:51 am

Nonetheless the whole play before the goal was an offside.

Wonder what Henry has to say after the game.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:01 am

one word.....FUCK!!
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:07 am

I'm sorry guys for Martin Hansson, he's a shame for Sweden.
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:12 am

What a disgrace , I just can't believe what happened and how the referees missed that..... Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:13 am

Henrik wrote:
I'm sorry guys for Martin Hansson, he's a shame for Sweden.
i couldnt agree more
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:16 am

Do I blame the ref? No.

Do I blame Platini? No.

Is Henry a cheat? He has been for the past 15 years.

Guys, we don't play clean football, I stopped watching Ireland 5 years ago for unsportsmanlike play and yet, on the night we put in the best performance in our country's history, we are cheated out of the opportunity.

It was only an opportunity but who knows what would have happened if one man didn't cheat his way into swinging it...
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:47 am

Heartbreaking night on many levels. I'm glad Slovenia are through but apart from that...

The French suck...
The Greeks are in luck...
The Portuguese were graced by God in the first leg...

Appalling results throughout. I felt sorry for missing the France-Ireland game but reading the comments I'm now happy I did. I've despised the French since '98 and I don't think it will end soon.

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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:47 am

Henrik wrote:
I'm sorry guys for Martin Hansson, he's a shame for Sweden.
at least he won't f*ck up some more games next year, he will be punished by FIFA for this and referee some games in the 'Homeless Gay Cup for Seniors' in Uzbekistan.

(no offence for the gay old Uzbeki people here)
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PostSubject: Re: World Cup 2010 - European Qualification   Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:53 am

I'm too angry to post! (Please nobody point out that I actually did post)

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