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Results  W/E 21-22/04 Score Date - Time
Choule vs FC Irlande 1 3 - 2 (LOSS) 22/04/2017 12:30
Aclots vs FC Irlande 2 0 - 1 (WIN) 22/04/2017 15:00
FC Irlande 3 vs Friend's Spirit    3 - 0 (WIN) 22/04/2017 15:30
Goalois 2 vs FC Irlande 4 1 - 3 (WIN) 22/04/2017 14:00
Gast 2 vs FC Irlande Vets 1   0 -  2 (WIN) 22/04/2017 15:15
Faubourg - Brainoise vs FC Irlande Vets 2   3 - 1 (LOSS) 22/04/2017 14:00
Veltem A vs FC Irlande Ladies I   4 - 5 (WIN) 22/04/2017 14:00
SC Ixelles A vs FC Irlande Ladies II 2 - 1 (LOSS) 21/04/2017 20.30
Next Fixtures W/E  21-22/04 Date - Time
Choule vs FC Irlande 1   22/04/2017 12:30
Aclots vs FC Irlande 2   22/04/2017 15:00
FC Irlande 3 vs Friend's Spirit  22/04/2017 15:30
Goalois 2 vs FC Irlande 4     22/04/2017 14:00
Gast 2 vs FC Irlande Vets 1   22/04/2017 15:15
Faubourg - Brainoise vs FC Irlande Vets 2   22/04/2017 14:00
Veltem A vs FC Irlande Ladies I   22/04/2017 14:00
SC Ixelles A vs FC Irlande Ladies II 21/04/2017 20.30

Mixed results for the Girls and Boys in Green (game 8/10/16)

Oct
09

Firsts lost 4:2 to newly promoted Green Devils. In the first half we went down 2:0 after conceding two unnecessary goals and missing out on a couple of one-on-ones with their keeper. 2d half we showed some great spirit and levelled the score. Unfortunately when we were pushing for the winner, one of their excellent strikers scored an unstoppable volley from outside the box in 65th minute. Their last goal was a gift from us in the dying minutes of the game. Nonetheless a good performance against a side that beat FC Portugal 1:3 last Saturday.

 

Seconds continue their great form with a 0-4 win away to Realistes Mexico. We built a wall and got them to pay for it. ;-). That is 18 points from 18 and 4 clean sheets in a row. Next week Beethoven away, let's make sure this symphony stays sweet.

 

The Turds drew against a team that proved to be better than it's current position in the league. After leading 2:1 following a powerful header from Ionut, we unfortunately didn't manage to keep the lead and conceded late in the 2d half. 2:2 was the final score of a balanced game, in which we missed several key players.

 

Fourths played a strong young team that will challenge for promotion this season. While having the upper hand for most of the first half, we missed a couple of great chances. This cost us dearly, when Fc Tauro scored in the 60th minute. Again we missed to reward us for a decent performance because of our sloppiness in front of the goal. The game finished 1:0. But we will bounce back next Saturday!

 

Vets1 lost 0:2. While Brussels Ltc had only 4 shots on target throughout the game, these proved to be efficient. We conceded the first one after 2 minutes because of a too short warm-up. Afterwards we created a couple of good chances that we unfortunately missed to convert. In the second half we were down to ten after Frazer had to come off injured. Nevertheless we managed to keep them quiet for most of the second half. Their second goal came shortly before the final whistle... Again we deserved more!

 

Vets2 chalked up a first win this season after an impressive display away to Tubifoot. Well in control from the off the men in green led by 3:0 at half time. Nick unfortunately had to limp off and was replaced by Laurent. In the 2d half vets2 conceded 2, one a gift-wrapped penalty courtesy of the ref occasionnel, but also scored a further four. MOTM and surprise guest Jeff Bridoux bagged four while the owner of the first two syllables of the Oscarlos combo added a hattrick to become Vets topscorer. A marvellous performance on the day marred  only by the red card to skipper Bart reacting badly to a nasty tackle from behind.

 

Ladies I lost 0:1 against the 2d in the league. The only goal of the game was scored on a questionable penalty. The defeat has a bitter taste since they weren't better than us and since we managed to beat them in the past. Will do better next time!

 

Ladies II won 14:0 (!) against Lasne. Though opposition was one of the weaker teams in the league, we kept the intensity high throughout the game and scored a few crackers. Very pleasing team performance!

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PLAYING LOCATIONS

Sep
06

 

Playing Locations

  • Stade communal d'Auderghem

         Chaussée de Wavre 1854, 
         1160 Auderghem

 

https://www.google.de/maps/place/Stade+Communal+d%27Auderghem,+Chauss%C3%A9e+de+Wavre+1854,+1160+Oudergem,+Belgien/@50.8124848,4.4402142,14z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x47c3db1acb1b0e91:0xc464254e33dea75f?hl=de

On pitch 2 (astro next to the bar)
 

 

Thirds: 3.30pm

Ladies 1: 5.30pm 

Ladies 2: 7.30pm 

 

  • Nossegem

          Melsbroekstraat, 

          1930 Nossegem

 

https://www.google.de/maps/place/SK+Nossegem,+Melsbroekstraat,+1930+Nossegem,+Belgien/@50.888711,4.504823,14z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x47c3dc2d462434fd:0x34a3d2d8e1206c4?hl=de

 

On pitch 1 (upper grass pitch next to the bar)

 

Firsts: 12.30 

Seconds: 2pm

Vets 1: 3.30pm

On pitch 2 (lower grass pitch)

Fourths: 2pm

Vets 2: 3.30pm

Please Note: These are the kick-off times and not the meeting times!

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With the weather Gods absent, the Irish enjoy a good day

Jan
30

The firsts played La Lorraine a relegation battle. The firsts, one point above relegation places, came out deserved winners with a 3-2 victory. Some great attacking play resulting in 3 nice goals, a commanding defensive display and some amazing saves from MOTM Antonio sealed the three points. The conditions weren't ideal but as Ross said at halftime we were fighting hard, everybody was playing at a high level and with high intensity. It was a hardfought and important win and it will give us confidence for the derby against the Brits next week.

Seconds were playing top of the league azur in what were very Irish conditions. The 6 nations of fc irlande which must be a first in a long time ;-). We started brightly in what was a makeshift but full of quality team. Stevie Byrne scoring after 3 minutes after a quality finish. Azur are a very good side and they are not top of the league for nothing. The conditions turned worse and it was almost impossible to get the ball past the half way line. So the plan was to get to half time and use the wind to get back at them. Euan came on for Ollie and chopped a lovely ball for Stevie again to equal the score. Game on we wanted it and we got it. With a quarter of an hour on the click Robbie and mike played out out well from defence. The ball fell to Stevie who took a touch and have it to john Sparks on the left. For an obscure reason their goalie came out and from almost the sideline bench he turned the ball past the keeper and in. Oh yeah. We kept our cool and secured the 3 points. Great victory and a day to remember.

The 4th got their first draw of the season. In a very physical game, on a soaked and muddy pitch, we even came close to a win. Though the result isn't enough for us, this convincing team performance gives us hope for the rest of the season.

Vets2 drew 1-1 with Azur but should have won, the first half was a bland affair with hardly any chances, the second half, uphill and against throwing the team produced a ver good half. Azur went one up through a soft goal but Oscar levelled and had a great chance cleared off the line, there were more chances but it was not to be,. Two points dropped as Vets2 were clearly the better side but a good fight back after going down.

Games for Turds and the Ladies were cancelled due to bad conditions and the ref not turning up (more games could have been cancelled for that).
Vets 1 had a bye.

Some important results for the club today. They were games Warren would have loved. The beers after are in honour of him.

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Turds finish turd in CL-Final Warm-up tournament

Jun
06

The Turds manage a trophy finish at the AS Nivelles tournament coming 3rd (appropriately). Winning all games but one in the group stage, that minor slipup to a weaker team cost us a place in the final as they ended on level points so it went to head-to-head. We were up against tough opposition in the 3rd place playoff but with an inspirational speech and a lesson in defending from Paddy we calmly took the trophy with a 4-1 victory. The fine men that made the effort to get out of bed early and hit the road to Loupoigne were Paddy (Capt, delighted to be back in action), Virgil (thanks for going in goal!), Mark (didn't get sent off, and believe it or not didn't show up dunk!), Costi, Ionut and Stefan the three Romanian musketeers, Marcello and Alessandro (who normally get Mark dunk), Nick with his hillbilly look, Bogdan who only scores beautiful goals, Simone the man in the middle and Pablo who made a fantastic return from long injury absence. Fair play to each one they all did their bit! Looking forward to celebrating a little more in the Funky with some more FC Irlanders and the champions league final. Eire abu!!

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NO LOSSES BUT MISSED OPPORTUNITIES (Games 22/11)

Nov
22

4 wins and 2 draws for the Teams this weekend but the most important game ended with the 1sts only drawing 1-1 iagainst the bottom side Manzah.

After taking the leade through Soren's opportinistic finish Manzah came back with a well struck free-kick which went in off the crossbar. However straight from the kick off we were back in front when a pass from Sylvain found Jakob who squared for Sigve to volley home. Great move. Then 2 events which probably turned the game . We were awarded a penalty which Captain Darragh saw  well saved and then shortly afterwards we lost Sylvain to an ankle injury. In the second half they equalised with the defender missing from the post. We were awarded our 2nd penalty just minutes from the end and this time Club Legendary Goalscorer Sigve stepped up but to everybody's dismay he put a lame shot wide of the post. Many people remarked that this was reminscent of Diana Ross's penalty at the 1994 World Cup !! A disappointed team trudged off as this was a missed opportunity to put daylight between ourselves and the bottom two.

2nds followed on from last week's good performance with a much needed win by 1-0  over Bousval Genappe. Ollie Smith was again the scorer and we could have made it more comfortable but were happy to seal the points . 

3rds were up against Les Petits Jaunes and came away with a 1-1 draw. We played the better football but couldn't finish them off. Our goal was an OG after a perfect cross between defence and keeper from Nicholas.

4ts got another great win by beating Amicale Press 2-0. Captain John Sparks bagging both goals. All round great performance with everybody contributing. With Vets 1 not having a game Vets 2 were able to play on the top pitch against ITT 3. They made the most of it running out winners by 5-2. A special day as Ian McConnell ,the Club's oldest evry player was able to join us as he recovers from a recent strolke. Alan Norton did the honours in volunteering to be the referree. We started brightly wih Carlos opening the scoring and this was closely followed by a second with David M Rubio crossing for Dave who setup Oscar to tap home. They got 1 back to make it difficult but after spurning further opportunites i     . 

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Vets2

Sep
06
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