Jack Charlton, the Ireland manager, was pissed. He couldn't get water to his players. It was Florida, it was hot, and Ireland were losing 2-0 to Mexico. At least let him make a substitution? No. Alright then. You can't really blame him for what happened next. Joined by enraged would-be sub John Aldridge, Charlton made sure the FIFA officials realized there was a problem in this first-round match. Charlton got a fine and a touchline ban, but Ireland still made it out of the group.