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We Asked Scottish Fans If They Think James McCarthy And Aiden McGeady Would Make Their Team

Barry Connaughton
By Barry Connaughton
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The streets of Dublin are positively swelling with our Kilt wearing Celtic cousins ahead of tomorrows crucial Euro 2016 qualifier. So we took the opportunity to get out and ask them about the burning issues of the day.

The Aiden McGeady Issue

McGeady was born and raised in Scotland and decided to represent Ireland, we asked th Scottish fans if they thought McGeady would get in their squad based on current form.

The McCarthy Issue

The McCarthy situation is the same as McGeady's but we wanted to know if Scotland fans would be more willing to take McCarthy on board due to his greater talent. They didn't. And had some interesting things to say on the matter.

Who's Going To Win Tomorrow


Scotland beat us last time out at home, so we were interested to find out how they felt about tomorrow's game. The Scots asre obviously in good form but we weren't expecting to encounter such extravagant bravado. Fans are riding a wave of positivity and view Gordon Strachan as the second coming.


Who'd Win In A Fight: Strachan Or Keane?

Their confidence in Strachan is obvious but do they have faith in him to get it done against the very best. Most fans backed Strachan due to his ability to use a particular tactic. It was actually quite shocking to see what a commonly held belief this was. Not a maneuver I would ever consider whipping out in a bout of fisticuffs.



See Also: What Ireland Need To Do To Qualify For Euro 2016 Ahead Of The Scotland Clash

See Also: Competition: Win Two Tickets To Ireland Vs Scotland At The Aviva Stadium

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