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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 07:27:15 PM »
Enjoyable FA Cup final, the best team on the day won.

Yeah very enjoyable game.

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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 07:26:03 PM »
No complaints. Arsenal the better team. Chelsea paid for a brutal performance in the first half. Completely switched off after Costa's goal and Moses is an embarrassment

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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 07:04:01 PM »
Any chance the ref could send Alonso off too? He's been shocking.

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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 07:00:51 PM »
Chelsea might play better without that fuckwit Moses. A complete tool.

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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 06:18:07 PM »
Danny Murphy talks some ballix

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General discussion / Re: English FA Cup 2017
« on: May 27, 2017, 06:10:27 PM »
Someone tell Matic and Alonso that the game has started. Moses shite too

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election 2017
« on: May 26, 2017, 12:27:27 PM »
But they all seem to be hung than he didn't say IRA actions.

Yes, that's true.  His actual quote from the Sky interview was I condemn all the bombing by both the loyalists and the IRA.  Make of that what you will.

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election 2017
« on: May 26, 2017, 12:04:03 PM »
Be interesting to see how he communicates with Andrew Neil this evening

Will be a massive test for him.  I hope Neil doesn't pull out the Daily Mail's stock lie that Corbyn refused to condemn the IRA bombing in Manchester.

Corbyn realises that a suicide bombing in Manchester and the death of over a million people in the Middle East in Brit backed illegal wars are not unrelated issues.

Neil is usually fair and can back up what he is asking, he makes mincemeat out of most of them.

I honestly think support for the IRA will be the least of his problems

What do you think are going to be his issues?  From what I understand Labour's manifesto promises have been fully costed and verified.  Brexit going to catch him out?  He'd have to perform very badly to do worse than that parroting imbecile May.

Institute for Fiscal Studies said this morning that both manifestos are weak on the numbers.  Labour's tax rises won't bring in the 48 mill they predict and the Tories plans are largely uncosted but cannot be delivered without cuts and a reduction in the quality of public services.  Expect this to be the focus of Neill's interview rather than Corbyn's views on the 'RA.  Most people seem to have missed out that he actually did condemn IRA actions.

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Man dedicated his life to Chelsea so was due a big leaving do.

Just like 1000s of other club players have dedicated their lives to a club.  He didn't think much of the club when as Captain he started shagging his team mates wives!  He hasn't a fraction of the honours that Scholes and Giggs have but his all about me antics certainly made him the single biggest w**kstain in the game today.  Good riddance to a shameful racist.

Great stuff.  Never let the facts stand in the way of a good Sun readers rant!

Sorry, Ryan Giggs a moral compass!!!!????  Did he not shag his brother's wife for 8 years?

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Chelsea Football Club - FA Premier League (best league in the world) Champions 2016 - 2017 - 30 wins out of 38 games (record) - 2nd highest points total since football was invented (Highest - Chelsea Football Club 2004 - 2005).  Simply the Best!!

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 25, 2017, 11:25:56 AM »
Sad the way this thread has went. There really are quite a few w@nkers on this board.
Yep.
+2.
PS  It's "has gone" though.

Good man Rossfan, one of the most sensible contributions to this thread.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Joe Brolly
« on: May 25, 2017, 09:04:21 AM »
We're obviously not going to agree on this MS and I'll take your insult in the last line in the good spirit in which I'm sure it's intended  ;)
if you applied more rationality and less emotion, it would go no small way to agreeing with me  ;D
However I am in complete agreement with the CAC's ruling and by default, Liam Keane's rational acceptance of their ruling, despite his emotional reservations.
Fwiw, Joe never claimed he was at the CAC hearing, he always said he could not attend that but had briefed the Antrim reps beforehand  on what points to argue.

I don't want to back through the entire Keane interview because I think it lasts about 33 mins but somewhere in it Keane did say that while he accepted the CAC's ruling on 7.3-odd as it was the higher body charged with deciding this, he disagreed with their interpretation of that rule.  I suppose a bit like accepting the verdict of a jury even if you think they got it wrong based on the evidence.

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: May 24, 2017, 04:31:14 PM »
We are undoubtedly dwelling in the basement in the country and indeed it would be difficult to envisage better times ahead until we answer the difficult questions truthfully.
Had we the best players in the county involved on Sunday...?
Just where were men like Mick Mc Cann, Justin Crozier, Niall Mc Keever, the Burke brothers, the Johnstons, and more than a few others who are certainly more than capable of still wearing the Saffron.
Aye right they removed themselves from the panel and nobody bothers to ask why......
We are a county which has no training facilities, and indeed one in which the senior team management are forced to organise fund raising events and are asked to pay for those players who had the cheek to eat steak on the road and make use of far too many shower caps....ffs.
Then we have the minor management asked to fund away 'challenge games' themselves and forced to dig into their own pockets on Sunday last to come up with payment for extra pre game breakfasts in Donegal.
We do have a duty of care for those young men/kids who can provide a better future but in my humble opinion and in more than a few others we have failed dismally.

I am most afraid that unless radical change of attitude in those who would lead us and a realization that they are of much lesser importance than those who will wear the Saffron jersey failure will continue as the diet

Were most of those guys not involved when Fermanagh hammered us in the last couple of years??

Hardly hammered on either occasion......the home side scored a penalty in the latter stages in 2015 to win 1-13 to 0-08 having played with against a 14 man Antrim for most of the game in 2015.
In 2016 Fermanagh won by five pts after a strong finish.....

And ur point is......?



Id say the point is we are still shite, even more shit to be beaten by a team that has a smaller group to pick from (I'd imagine) But if you think its the food the players are not getting then keep going

Yes, I suppose my point is that if we accept that the players named in CB's post are better than some of those who played on Sunday, then even with most of those players Fermanagh (with 8 senior clubs) beat Antrim 1-13 to 0-08 in Ulster, then 1-21 to 0-13 in a qualifier in 2015 and 1-12 to 0-09 in Ulster in 2016.  That's a cumulative defeat of 25 points.  Granted Antrim did beat Laois in the qualifiers in 2015.  It looks like even if we have our best 15-20 out we're still a way off being competitive in Ulster.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Joe Brolly
« on: May 24, 2017, 10:59:55 AM »
Just in case there is some doubt where this CCCC and CHC fckid up and are not fit for purpose.

The proper procedure is the CHC presents all the evidence to support the charge against the player at the Hearing.

The fuzzy video is presented, Fitz denies that it is he.
If the more clear evidence had been presented, then Fitz might well have said, 'okay that does look like me', 'yes it is me', 'lets look at the further evidence'.

All the evidence has to be presented at the hearing and it has to be decided there and then if the player is intentionally misleading the CHC based on the evidence presented. The CHC can't suddenly be given other evidence after the Hearing which was not presented to the player at the original Hearing and construct a new charge.

If the video evidence was fuzzy and unclear how was MF absolutely certain it wasn't him?
You still don't get it, no wonder Joe appears to be a super legal eagle.
The one thing  for sure is  that the CHC had no legal right to proceed with the 3rd charge. So whether Mat was not sure, or a little bit sure, or very sure,  or most definitely sure that it was not him in that fuzzy video,  does not not matter one whit.
The CHC fcked up, Keane fckd up and he still struggles with accepting that he fcked up as he spent so much time trying to justify why he and the CHC fcked up in that off the ball interview.

nonsense from start to finish.
So you don't agree with Liam Keane or the CAC?

I will spell it out word for word, very slowly.

Matt was suspended  for 48 weeks by the CHC, who  used  rule 7.3.3 A,  something or other, to justify their decision.

Radio interview
http://www.newstalk.com/podcasts/Off_The_Ball/GAA_on_Off_The_Ball/192709/Liam_Keane_of_the_CHC_on_the_Matthew_Fitzpatrick_case

 Ger. "Why did the CAC kick it out?"

Liam Keane  "the CAC said  "in using that rule .. emmm,    it can only be emmm enforced or availed of by a hearing committee 
 if the evidence had been presented at the hearing where the false evidence was given,
that's the decision of the appeals committee."

The evidence in question was the video of the full game.

Are you going to shut up with your nonsense, once and for all time.  You're contradicting what Keane said on radio and his account of the CAC's reasons for their judgement.
You're not fit to lick the soles of Joe Brolly's brogues. ;D

We're obviously not going to agree on this MS and I'll take your insult in the last line in the good spirit in which I'm sure it's intended  ;)

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: May 23, 2017, 03:35:46 PM »
We are undoubtedly dwelling in the basement in the country and indeed it would be difficult to envisage better times ahead until we answer the difficult questions truthfully.
Had we the best players in the county involved on Sunday...?
Just where were men like Mick Mc Cann, Justin Crozier, Niall Mc Keever, the Burke brothers, the Johnstons, and more than a few others who are certainly more than capable of still wearing the Saffron.
Aye right they removed themselves from the panel and nobody bothers to ask why......
We are a county which has no training facilities, and indeed one in which the senior team management are forced to organise fund raising events and are asked to pay for those players who had the cheek to eat steak on the road and make use of far too many shower caps....ffs.
Then we have the minor management asked to fund away 'challenge games' themselves and forced to dig into their own pockets on Sunday last to come up with payment for extra pre game breakfasts in Donegal.
We do have a duty of care for those young men/kids who can provide a better future but in my humble opinion and in more than a few others we have failed dismally.

I am most afraid that unless radical change of attitude in those who would lead us and a realization that they are of much lesser importance than those who will wear the Saffron jersey failure will continue as the diet

Were most of those guys not involved when Fermanagh hammered us in the last couple of years??

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