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Judge Unused Sub as Ireland Draw
Saturday, 12th Oct 2019 16:26

Blues midfielder Alan Judge was an unused sub as the Republic of Ireland drew 0-0 with Georgia in a Euro 2020 qualifier in Tbilisi this afternoon.

Judge will hope to win his ninth cap when Mick McCarthy’s side face Switzerland in Geneva in another qualifier on Tuesday.

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TimmyH added 16:39 - Oct 12
Another McCarthy special...delighted no doubt with that point.
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midastouch added 16:51 - Oct 12
0-0 with Georgia, be careful what you wish for! They are still top of the group but Denmark have one game in hand and Switzerland have two so still all to play for. Mick isn't going to be able to 0-0 draw his way through the group. Lucky Mick isn't a shop keeper as he'd shut up shop after just 10 or 20 minutes of trade.
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jas0999 added 17:44 - Oct 12
Mick wouldn’t have got on the plane if offered a point beforehand!
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midastouch added 17:56 - Oct 12
Mick's Total Football philosophy is why go for the win when you can draw three and still get the same!
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midastouch added 18:00 - Oct 12
If in doubt hoof it out.
If in doubt grind it out.
If in doubt risk nowt.
1 point in the hand is better than 3 in the bush.
Mick McCarthy
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therein61 added 18:02 - Oct 12
Dino wins 0-0 again!!
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midastouch added 18:22 - Oct 12
Mick McFlinstone playing his unique brand of Jurassic Park the bus again!
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midastouch added 18:30 - Oct 12
Meant the Flintstones.

Ireland's next two remaining qualifying fixtures are the 15th of October away to Switzerland and then at home to Denmark on the 18th November. If they lose to Switzerland it means they might have to go for it more at home against Denmark, although we know that didn't work out.

As much as I like having a bit of a joke and a laugh about Mick's tactics I have to say I was with them all the way when Matt Holland was playing for Ireland when they eventually lost to Spain on penalty kicks in the 2002 World Cup. That was arguably their finest hour. Can't see them doing anything like that again but I guess you can never say never in football!
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midastouch added 18:32 - Oct 12
I meant above we know that it didn't work out the last time they needed to beat Denmark at home when they got stuffed 1-5, see here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41884909.
Would be amazed if they let 5 in to Denmark at home with Mick in charge though!
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ChrisFelix added 18:52 - Oct 12
Whats happened to proper bloke Knudsen. Noticed not in the Denmark squad
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H1960 added 19:29 - Oct 12
I have just read a report on the game, apparently it was dire, however Mick was delighted with the point and would have taken it at the start, "Georgia are a good side"........sound familiar?......thank God he is gone and we have got our club back
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ITFCsince73 added 19:41 - Oct 12
Chrisfelix. He now plays for the Dog and Hound.
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rexron added 20:36 - Oct 12
Still some guys in here who needs to be reminded of they should be careful what you wish for! McCarthy is Ireland boss not you or Hurst or anyone else.
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therein61 added 16:03 - Oct 13
And that's on the bench itfcsince73!!!!
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