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Has Jack Grealish finally proved he's Irish? It's your comments of the week

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Robbie Keane Robbie Keane decided to play against Scotland despite the tragic loss of his cousins. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

John Michael summed up why Robbie Keane should be adored after he decided to play against Scotland despite the tragic deaths of two of his family members:

He was the only one who got a decent shot on target. He travels from America to sit on the bench and still plays after the deaths of his cousins. They should be building statues of him outside the Aviva. He’s an absolute legend with a fantastic attitude.

Charlie Fogarty pitched in with his summation of new UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum’s abilities after his victory over Cain Velasquez last weekend:

I think his ground game only goes as far as laying tarmac…

Jack Grealish caused quite a stir when he was photographed passed out on a street in Tenerife this week, but Sham Pig thinks it may be a sign:

At least we now know he’s definitely Irish.

Kalpol got all nostalgic about his old yellow Packie Bonner jersey following our look back to Italia 90 as we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the iconic tournament here at The42 this week:

I opened this article in hope and I’m so delighted the packie photo was there. Packie was my idol. I even still have the yellow jersey with the pads on the elbows. Doesn’t fit me tho. I want an adult size one of these.

Rob O’H was quick off the mark with this one-liner after Fergus McFadden tweeted a picture of a horse-racing fan passed out in Ascot:

Yer man better roll away quick or he’ll be pinged by Barnes.

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Is the hit game-show the Cube harder to beat than winning Olympic gold? Paddy O’Brien seems to think so after reports about Mo Farah missing two drugs tests:

To be honest, I’ve had my doubts since the night he beat the Cube.

Athletics - Mo Farah File photo Mo Farah has come under the spotlight in recent weeks. Source: Mike Egerton

Ricky Fowler’s putting was pretty poor as he ended the first day of the US Open in second-last, but he almost scored an incredible hole-in-one on the 12th. Alex Eustace analysed his game plan perfectly:

“Oh man, that was so much easier than putting. I should just try get the ball in the hole in one shot every time.”“Good plan”

This one, grim shot tells you everything you need to know about Tiger’s US Open round

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