Declan Rice and Jack Greilish have made a difference in their careers in sports nationalism. Binary, Irish and British started by wearing the colors of England and Ireland before changing shirts. West Ham midfielder U17, U19, Espoirs, played in Air’s A frame (3 caps). The Aston Villa superstar also joined the club in the Under-21s.
From a personal point of view, this turnaround was well done by both, as they were part of Gareth Southgate’s training at Euro 2020. A team that can achieve the best position in this continental competition.
“Come on white guys”
The option chosen by two Premier League players on Irish soil is considered to betray all football in the country. In order to repair the damage, the betting company Paddy Power decided to look into the two culprits. They commissioned a work of art based in Dublin. Ironically, the mural is called “Come in white.”
For good reason
Ultimately this marketing activity has a better foundation than politics. It will be used for both Irish football, as the betting site will pay യൂറോ 20,000 for each goal scored by two players. The company will add 10,000 euros each time England score a goal in the tournament, contributing at least one million euros.
“You have to admit that there is a paradox in the responsibility of a Southgate team, including Jack Greilish and Declan Rice, to improve the state of Irish football,” said Eamon Dunoff, a well – known Irish journalist.
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