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Ciaran Clark and Wes Hoolahan were on target as the Republic of Ireland secured a 2-0 friendly win over Poland. More
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Stanislaw, you fecking eejit, stop crying, cry-baby. I was at the match. Poland were the more aggressive in their challenges. One of your players should have been sent off. He got a yellow card and immediately fouled again. If he hadn't already been on a yellow he would have got one for the second challenge. The ref went easy on him because it was a friendly. I know you won't know this because you know nothing about football, but if you get a second yellow card you get sent off. Pod, "GOD SAVE OUR QUEEN"? Why? What's wrong with her?
SUPERMAN Hey , Vidic the moron has visited this websites , how condescending can drab people without a decency ' to pick thy corner 'and have something positive about Ireland to say...............I could find anything apart from the 2 - 0 scorline they all tended to play like thugs and bully boys , more akin to Gaelic Football?
Pod is back from under his stone to thumb down all things Eire with his 5 accounts i see, how are linfield doing these days you orange #$%$
@38, only the ones making up the numbers England seems to have kept the world beaters for themselves lol
This was quite a creditable win for Ireland. I believe Poland were the more skilful team and had a lot of possession but they has no penetration. Ireland got maybe two chances and scored From both. I'd take performances like that all the way to the World Cup final. Or at least past Sweden and Austria.
Hey Stanislaw, maybe McShane should have been sent off for persistent offside you know nothing GONK!!!
Stanislaw, Up yours you t, w, a, t!!!!
Nice goal from the English lad!
CIARAN CLARKE (b. ENGLAND)
LOL! Most of the Ireland squad were born in England. PMSL!
That should be enough to get Wes into the starting 11 for our next qualifier.Not only a brillant goal but his touches were top class and imagine how well he might have played if he got a full game.With him and Coleman,McLean,Long,Brady etc we have a chance to rebuild our National Team and regain some of our pride.Now I hope that Clown Trappattoni does not go back to Whelean Andrews Green McShane and a few othere who drove ROI down the World Rankings with pitiful performances and embarrased a Nation.Time for change is now and it starts Tonight
Bad luck, Polska. Just hope we can get a few more wins in the Qualifying Group, book a place in the World Cup, and paint Brasil an Irish shade of green...!
How did Paul mc Shane stay on the full game ? i would of had him off after 5mins
pod you're not even english you're northern irish you dumb #$%$
Stanislaw at the end of the day its the result that matters and ireland won 2-0 plus ireland had a very inexperienced team out
SUPERMAN I watched this match between Republic of Ireland v Poland , and for three-quarters of the game it was Poland playing open football and having control of the game.......................on the other side was a team with nothing else on their mind other to physically disturb the flow . Ireland committed 3 times the number of fouls and were lucky , especially with McShane , not to get a red card for intimidation and brutal play ................Ireland spoilt a game of football , only thugs play the way they do , I'll rather not watch the sport if teams like Ireland are represented.This is the type of football that we see from the Home Countries which is so dull , foul-strewn and constant stop and start with so many fouls , surprising all of these were Friendly matches , you best watch them to pass judgement?
waaaaaaaaayyyyyyy heyheyheyhey 2-0 2-0
Well done Ireland.
ENGERLAND FOREVER . GOD SAVE OUR QUEEN .
get a life you sad case you prod
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Capped an impressive display at the back with his first goal for Ireland.