Tony CascarinoTechnically shouldn't be o the list, based on the fact that he has no Irish blood in him whatsoever. A defenders nightmare, Casarino lack of talent didnít seem to bother Jack Charlton and Mick Mc McCarthy and was revered in France. Poker seems more up his street.
Kevin KilbaneWho'd of thought it Zinedine Kilbane would have won over a hundred caps, just shows why so many of the current squad are on this list. He was briefly good at the start of the noughties and could beat the odd Andorran wing-back, but alas, it wasnít to be. One of the most limited players to wear the green, keeping the ball was an impossible task. The two mistakes against Bulgaria sum up Kilbaneís ability perfectly. Fair to say he has a great heart.
Aidan McGeadyAll style no substance. McGeady should be one of the top wingers in Europe, but instead ends up as a damp squib mainly due to the fact that he loses the ball at an alarming rate, always takes at touch too much and doesn't believe in passing to others. Although you canít really blame him for not passing it to Glenn Whelan
Alan McLoughlinWhenever a biblical Plugue hit the Irish team, McLoughlin would surface. He may have put Ireland into the world cup in 94, but few could help but feel uneasy about a man who played mostly for Plymouth and had a mullet.
Ian HarteWhat happened!! One of the stars of the shows on the road to WC 2002, once had interest from some of the mega clubs in Spain and Italy, as well as one the most devastating left foots in world, turned almost overnight into Paul mc Shane. After the disaster of Leeds, Harte's career fizzled out with Lavente and Blackpool where he currently plays.
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