Boring Joe's gone and now we have he heart-stopping, pants-dropping, house-rocking, earth-quaking, booty-shaking, Viagra-taking, love-making, beard-growing, teenage-fathering, legendary Andy Farrell here to tear his own first born son a new one for spelling it Owen and not Eoin. And with European domination underway it's time to start shouting about it. Don't think there's much point selecting "with an eye to 2023", Paddy Jackson, Stuart Olding and Donncha Ryan are good examples of players who'd have probably made Japan a better place (strictly in rugby terms for two of them) who played rugby in 2016 and you could maybe add Heaslip and Madigan to that too. 4 years is too long to plan anything with as many moving parts as an international rugby team has so let's just start winning and drinking again! That said, the team went stale in 2019 and a good way to aid the reconstruction is a few new faces and there's plenty of young men to choose from. I don't think there's any need to hesitate in bringing Ronan Kelleher, Jeremy Loughman, Max Deegan, Caolan Doris and Rob Lyttle into the squad, these guys are doing well in problem areas for the team and at worst they'll light a fire up a few guys arses. I think sexy Rob is now injury cover for Larmour and Addison, Keith Earls should make way for Conway (disappointing no one is really stepping up here otherwise) and it's probably time to start beefing up the backrow which has gone from being the best in the world in 2018 to the weakest combination we have. I think 12 could be problematic for us, no one has looked better than Joe Tomane for a province so far this year and if Bundee announces he's off to France or Japan before the six nations he's not an option. Henshaw is the most likely option but along with literally any possible 12, he's looked fairly meh for a while now. I know it's something Ireland have never been keen on but imagine if rather than looking to the other side of the world or over to mean uncle England for ideas we looked just a wee bit south, there's a young 10/12 hybrid with a fairly iconic surname and the exact same dimensions as Joey Carbery tearing **** up at 12 for Toulouse outside an assured 10, this would be extreme party behaviour with JC coming back from injury though. Halfbacks are a pain to think about, Sexton immediately looked like the best 10 in Ireland again this weekend in his 50mins, if he's fit he starts, and Cooney is the only guy really putting it up to Murray. It'd be nice if McGrath or Blade could make the jump too but we're not massively impressive here at all. Let the good times roll, Andy's bringing sexy back.