Granted, it was certainly up for debate whether Wes Hoolahan should have started against Germany. There's arguments for and against his inclusion.
However, for Eamon Dunphy to say that Hoolahan's lack of Premier League game-time is down to 'eejit' managers is going so far beyond the point it's almost laughable. To be fair, his assertion that Hoolahan is more than the 'luxury player' that he is sometimes made out to be is perfectly correct. But to suggest that he knows more than Hoolahan's own managers is fanciful to say the least.