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Simon-613

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  1. Simon-613

    Squad v Bosnia (and Israel)

    Team now confirmed by the BBC website. Interesting to see that Peacock-Farrell and McGinn are starting Northern Ireland 1Peacock-Farrell 2McLaughlin 5Evans 20Cathcart 3Lewis 16Norwood 8Davis 6Saville 7McGinn 10Lafferty 14Dallas
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    Squad v Bosnia (and Israel)

    With McAuley and Hughes not there, we're quite short of centre backs. I guess McNair will be the cover in case Cathcart or J.Evans get injured
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    Squad v Bosnia (and Israel)

    Looks like the expectation is that he will stick with 3 in midfield and 1 up front supported by 2 wingers. Think that would be a good call
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    Bosnia. And Herzegovina too. What are they like?

    I think both of them should start on merit, which is a much better reason to cap them
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    Bosnia. And Herzegovina too. What are they like?

    Quite an interesting squad. Good to see that they're without 2 of their highest profile players: Asmir Begovic - 61 caps, usual 1st choice keeper Sead Kolasinac - Arsenal defender
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    Squad v Bosnia (and Israel)

    Donnelly played in Motherwell's 1st game but I don't think he's featured since then. Mot sure if he's injured or if Robinson has decided that he has better defenders at the club - he brought a centre back in on loan
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    Score Prediction v Panama

    1-1. It's a winnable game but they're at home and we're a bit under-power. Haven't seen any posts on predicting our starting 11. However, with the players available, I wonder if he might try playing 3 centre backs in this game? Would be a way of getting as many experienced high quality players onto the park as possible and also experiment with a different shape Possibly a starting line up along these lines G) Carson CD) Cathcart CD) McAuley CD) J.Evans RWB) C.McLaughlin M) C.Evans M) McNair M) Dallas LWB) Ferguson S) Boyce S) Magennis
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    Central America tour

    Regarding McGovern, I wonder if his priority over the summer is finding a new club. Going on tour, with the potential of getting injured, might not be in his (or our) best interests right now
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    South Korea

    Our one
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    South Korea

    On the radio they said that Davis had played the last 28 games before today's match. Which means the last match he missed was the 1-1 draw against Qatar that was played at Gresty Road in May 2015. Working back from that, I make 28th March 2009 the last time we won without Davis. It was a 3-2 win against Poland in a World Cup qualifier. Team was Taylor. McAuley, Hughes, Craigan. J.Evans, Johnson, Clingan, McCann, Brunt, Healy, Feeney. Subs: Baird and Little. Manager: Worthington. Goals by Feeney, Evans and an o.g.
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    South Korea

    Listened to the radio commentary and I think they said it was offside.
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    Starting XI v South Korea

    I think he'll go with this line up McGovern McLaughlin McAuley Evans Lewis Ward Davis Norwood Saville Jones Lafferty Think he'll pick a pretty strong team and will want to win the game. Cathcart's only just back from a lengthy injury so would be surprised if he starts him. McAuley deserves to start and hopefully can get his 10th goal Brunt's absence opens the door for Lewis and seeing the link up between him and Jordan Jones would be exciting. Lafferty vs Washington is probably a close call but Lafferty's been scoring freely for Hearts and his height may be useful against South Korea. Ward vs Magennis is another tough call. Might fancy Magennis for his power and height but Ward played extremely well for us against Switzerland so maybe has the edge Think he'll introduce more fringe players in the summer games
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    UEFA considering international leagues

    I think the only way they could create such a league structure would be if they abolished the Euro qualifying groups. I could see them saying that the top x ranked sides automatically qualify for the European Championships, with the remaining sides being determined by playoffs with league placings used to determine who is seeded for the playoffs. That would then leave them with c. 2 years worth of international fixtures to play the league matches. However, can't see it happening and it would be a shame if the smaller nations lost the opportunity to regularly take on the bigger sides.
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