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General discussion / Re: The DUP thread
« on: Today at 12:20:09 PM »
Stormont Brake vote today in Westminster, DUP not supporting along with the intellectual heavyweights in the ERG led by Mark Francois.. Labour will see this over the line as much as its being seen as an indicative vote on the full Windsor Framework, but too many rebels will mean Sunaks time is limited.

Johnson not voting for an agreement that builds on his own "oven ready" agreement says all you need to know about these self serving c***ts.
Soft as shite Sunak should enforce a 3 line whip and any "rebels" fucked out of the party.

General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: Today at 12:18:50 PM »
Have any of the big names played any way decent recently??

DJ played fairly well last year. Apart from that I think it's a pretty dour affair.

General discussion / Re: Premier League 2022-2023
« on: Today at 12:18:08 PM »
Gary Nev absolutely vindicated in saying Conte wasn't right for Utd.

If I was Levy I would show him the door and tell him he can sign for severance pay. Put him out on his arse on a gross misconduct charge.

General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: Today at 11:50:30 AM »
Sihwan Kim has finished dead last in both LIV events this year - a combined 58 shots worse than the winner and has earned a cool $240k for that.

It's a nonsense tour. It will need to change radically for it to have any interest from Joe Public. If and when someone defects the other way and asks back onto the PGA tour you' imagine whatever credibility it has it will have lost.

GAA Discussion / Re: LGFA
« on: Today at 09:18:38 AM »
Lots of examples and voices here show why it is important to take our time and get it right for all involved including the Men.

GAA Discussion / Re: LGFA
« on: March 21, 2023, 04:10:57 PM »
The more likely this becomes the more I’m thinking the GAA needs a bloody big “pre nup” as part of the merger.

Let’s call a spade a spade. This would not be a partnership of equals. One organisation brings all the grounds and premises, the long-standing  tradition of volunteerism, the sponsorship, the media, the political influence, and the majority of players. The other organisations bring a minority of players.

The current hierarchy whereby men’s football and hurling are pegged above their female counterparts in terms of importance is owed most significantly to the ownership of grounds. Currently one sport can call the tune ahead of the others. The other sports then set their schedules in and around what’s left.

For everyone’s sanity it has to stay that way. When the availability of facilities cannot keep up with demand, absolutely no good can come from an equal balance of power.

Equality yes. Egalitarianism, no. That’s not going to work.

Yes the "Men's GAA" bring the infrastructure and why wouldn't they, they've had a 130 or 40 year head start. The LGFA and Camogie will bring a lot of things. I know in my own local club where it is basically run as one, the Ladies bring a whole different dimension to fundraising, coaching, and lots more.
The ladies are afraid it will be a take over. I think we take our time and get it right for all parties. One thing is for sure we could learn a lot from them, even in how their All Ireland competitions are run, with Senior, Intermediate and Junior all Irelands.

Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: March 21, 2023, 09:21:32 AM »
It cannot be underestimated the difference Mattie Donnelly makes to that team. Simply immense this last few games. We need to either find another one for the next 10 years or regenerate him.

General discussion / Re: The IRISH RUGBY thread
« on: March 12, 2023, 08:58:01 PM »
A great win. The sort of performance World Cup winners put together

General discussion / Re: The IRISH RUGBY thread
« on: March 12, 2023, 09:22:59 AM »
England gave up. If I was a fan I'd be pissed. Awful performance. Borthwick do well to see the year out.

General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: March 12, 2023, 09:19:25 AM »
Watched the series about George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Enjoyed it. The 60s and 70s must been mental in the music industry. Same vibes as Elvis and Johnny Cash, amphetamines and drink!

General discussion / Re: Who’s Been Cancelled??
« on: March 12, 2023, 09:16:57 AM »
MOTD, well that was pure dung, no suprise there.

Complete shite

GAA Discussion / Re: Feigning Injuries
« on: March 12, 2023, 09:07:48 AM »
The Hall of Fame for diving in Gaelic football, a one that will never be beaten til the end of time:

Horrible act. I suppose the question should be why has no one been hit with a ban since this. Dives like this should be called out and punished with as ban. Would soon cut it out.

How did this pan out?

There was a ban proposed which is more then has been done to any other team. Fans and the gaa need to look at these issues individually rather than handing out proposed bans because a certain team is involved.

Even the way he appealed his ban made it seem like he was proud of his behaviour which sunk his reputation even further.
His real punishment is that his name will live in infamy because of one bad incident rather than of any positive contributions. He's the Tonya Harding of Gaelic Football.

Tyrone were right to challenge the ban. It highlighted the hypocrisy and selective action taken by the GAA. As we know this was not the first dive in GAA history. The GAA tried to act outside their own rules, driven by the (justifiable) media hype and had to rescind the ban.

That said, McCann was a clown for his actions and deserved any abuse comes his way for that.

This act sums him up.

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Sorry Salah's penalty landed on my keyboard

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Normal service resumed

Yep. Trailer is showing his face again after a brief exile.


Loserpool building on that great 1 win in a row winning streak

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