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The Ireland International Player Power Rankings – This is McClean Country

Welcome to the very first publication of BPF’s hastily-named, scientifically-approved, KPMG-independently-observed Ireland International Player Power Rankings (or IIPPR for short). The goal of this is to rank each and every Irish international after each set of international games and intermittently throughout the rest of the campaign. The ranking is based on three factors: 1) International form – form in an international shirt trumps all. 2) Club form – this will most come into effect during downtime in international games, but will be offset by 3) Martin O’Neill’s preferences – scoring hat-tricks every week but never in favour with O’Neill. This first ranking has favoured players who were in the most recent squads against Georgia and Moldova, to give us an initial starting point. So if your favourite in-form League of Ireland player is behind some plucky League 1 player then send your grievances elsewhere. The newly ordained golden boy of Irish soccer gets the honour of topping this list in its first release. His club form may be erratic but there’s no doubting his commitment to the cause. Martin O’Neill loves him. The fans love him. But he loves his country and that’s all that matters. His match winning goals against Moldova, which put Ireland joint-top of the group, firmly root him at #1. It may take some doing to knock him off his perch. Is there a more lovable captain in our country’s history. You know as soon as he appears on the post-match interview with Tony O’Donoghue that mothers around the country are in unison of “he seems like a lovely lad”. He’s one of the best all-round full backs in Europe. O’Neills decision to give him the armband was smart, a master of unfussed consistency with zero controversy and a leader his teammates will heed. 3 Robbie Brady. An unfortunate injury against Georgia meant we didn’t see Brady unleashed against Moldova. It’s likely we would have made slightly lighter work of them with him on the field. It was disappointing not to see him get a Premier League move in the summer but, much like McClean, Brady is one you would expect to play above his club form when in green. His recent flurry of important goals has added an interesting dynamic to his position within the squad. He could be our most important player over the next two or three campaigns. 4 Shane Long. It took longer than it should have, but in a Robbie Keane-less world Shane Long has finally cemented his spot as Ireland’s starting striker. But unlike Keane he’s not scoring enough vital qualifying goals just yet. His opener against Moldova was clinical and we need him to keep that up. Long is approaching 30, his club form has been the best it’s ever been in his career the past 18 months, we need to see the best of Long during this campaign. 5 Jeff Hendrick. The underrated, but equally not so underrated, Jeff Hendrick. Has he felt the wrath of Dunphy, Brady et al yet. His Burnley club-record move in the summer proved his worth as at least a mid-to-low Premier League level midfielder and for Ireland that’s just fine. He’s been decent so far at his new club and playing at such a competitive level will help all parties. He’s going to be our starting midfielder for the next handful of years at least so we need him competing at the highest level. Could have done better against Georgia, mind. You initially might be outraged that the dancing wizard with the touch of an angel lies only in #6 in this scientifically-approved list. First, consider the five who precede him and try and argue that they don’t deserve such lofty rankings. Second, Martin O’Neill won’t start him in every game. He didn’t even come off the bench against Georgia in the Aviva. He sublimely set up the first in Moldova but had a role in the equaliser. At 34, has more chance of sliding down the ladder rather than climbing after we’ve played Austria next month. Walters has arguably been our most consistent Premier League international of the past three or four years. The unfashionable lump of a forward has fashioned himself a pivotal role within the Ireland ranks. If he’s fit he starts, end of. He was fantastic away to Moldova when Shane Long went off. He’s averaging only two goals a qualifying campaign, we need more output from this side of his game. Even at 33 he’s not showing any signs of slowing down or being phased out of the international fold.

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