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Eamon Dunphy had a go at the state of English football last night

Meanwhile, fellow panelists John Giles and Liam Brady disagreed to an extent.

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AFTER CHELSEA WERE convincingly beaten in the Champions League last night, RTÉ pundit Eamon Dunphy delivered a scathing assessment on the state of English football.

“The development schemes in England aren’t really producing players,” he said, adding that the youngsters coming through were “not good enough”.

Meanwhile, fellow panelists John Giles and Liam Brady defended young players to a degree, claiming big clubs weren’t giving them the opportunities needed to impress.

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