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  • National Teams flag Ireland

    by pabloavila

    0 comments / November 10, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • Agüero
    • Cristiano Ronaldo
    • Xabi Alonso
    • Victor Sanchez
    • Rivera
    • Kennedy
    • Nano
    • Abidal
    • Ballesteros
    • Diego Colotto
    • Codina
  • National Teams flag Ireland

    0 comments / October 28, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • Ishikawa
    • Tamabayashi
    • Tatara
    • Tetsuto
    • Takuya Abe
    • Shingo Honda
    • Tomo Sato
    • Nishi
    • Kimura
    • Kakimoto
    • Ishida
  • National Teams flag Ireland

    0 comments / October 20, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • casillas
    • ramos
    • pepe
    • pique
    • gabi
    • m'bami
    • xabi alonso
    • simao
    • xabi prieto
    • pedro
    • quincy
  • National Teams flag Ireland

    0 comments / October 19, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • Given
    • Cunningham
    • S. Staunton
    • Ian Harte
    • Finnan
    • John O'Shea
    • Roy Keane
    • Kilbane
    • Duff
    • R.Keane
    • Niall Quinn

    About this formation:

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  • National Teams flag Ireland

    0 comments / October 17, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • Given
    • Dunne
    • St. Ledger
    • Cunningham
    • O'Shea
    • Whelan
    • McCarthy
    • Duff
    • McGeady
    • Doyle
    • Keane

    About this formation:

    Trap's possible changes.
  • National Teams flag Ireland

    by carloz

    0 comments / October 16, 2010

    Ireland players:

    • Westwood
    • Wilson
    • Duffy
    • Clark
    • Coleman
    • Meyler
    • Treacy
    • mcgeady
    • Clifford
    • mccarthy
    • doyle

    About this formation:

    The team of the future.
    Contains Westwood, who is a keeper who looks like he is on the cusp of a Premiership move. Coleman and Wilson have already started to prove themselves in the Premiership, Duffy is highly regarded at Everton as is Clark at Aston Villa(thanks for that Richie Dunne). Our midfield lynch-pin will David Meyler. Before his injury he was setting the premiership alight. He broke the distance covered in a game record, then went out and broke his record in the very next match. That is the kind of engine that is essential at international level. Clifford has been impressing at underage and reserve level. Should Clifford not be an option, then Gibson will be in his prime and hopefully have realised his potential. The future could easily be...