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#1
Quote from: marty34 on Today at 11:17:10 AM
Quote from: johnnycool on Today at 10:56:54 AMThe amount of stories in the Irish News about that moron Jamie Bryson.

Who gives a fĂșck about him?

I don't buy the Irish News any more.

Neither do I, but it comes up all the time on my X feed..

#2
The amount of stories in the Irish News about that moron Jamie Bryson.

Who gives a fĂșck about him?
#3
Quote from: Look-Up! on July 11, 2024, 05:38:11 PMI don't know. He grew up in Iceland, managed in Jamaica. Neither a footballing stronghold.

Neither is Ireland.

He'll fit right in.
#5
Is this Irish Tribune X feed reputable?

inhalers



#6
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 11, 2024, 01:36:37 PM
Quote from: johnnycool on July 11, 2024, 11:16:56 AM
Quote from: imtommygunn on July 11, 2024, 09:18:20 AMI don't think I have ever seen a ref allow a keeper to take puck outs so quickly and that contributed massively.

One thing about Cork is that they hammer it home when they see a weakness. I don't think I have ever seen a team where they have hit a point from the same place and the same player in such quick succession like that and that is the second time they have done it this year. Kingston hit something like 5 the way Dalton hit 3 in a row at the weekend. They just hammer it home.

That being said I am not sure they will win the final...

A few lads on analysis on twitter pointing out how crucial the quick puckout was to Corks gameplan and the number of scores they got from them was unreal.

It prevented Limerick from getting their defensive lines set up and allowed large spaces to appear in the Limerick rearguard.

Clare will be weary of that and will probably try to slow the puck outs down by keeping someone deep in the 6yrd area to get it the keepers way if he does try to go quick.

I think Clare will be happier to be facing Cork than Limerick, they've had the better of Cork in the last few years and also have gotten over KK without playing well at all.

We could be in for a 2013 style classic yet again.

If they do try and slow it down, they'll be warned once and booked a second time, would be a silly booking to get

At intercounty level the lads are outside the 21 before the keeper has a ball in his hand

Refs on either a score or a wide (at that level) give two quick blows, one for the score or wide and one to restart



If I'm standing on the edge of the square, the ball flys wide, surely I'm allowed a "reasonable" amount of time to get outside the 20 metre line?

If I chose to take a line in front of the keeper to do so would just be incidental  ;)
#7

Interesting viewing.

A UI and the GAA.
#8
Quote from: imtommygunn on July 11, 2024, 09:18:20 AMI don't think I have ever seen a ref allow a keeper to take puck outs so quickly and that contributed massively.

One thing about Cork is that they hammer it home when they see a weakness. I don't think I have ever seen a team where they have hit a point from the same place and the same player in such quick succession like that and that is the second time they have done it this year. Kingston hit something like 5 the way Dalton hit 3 in a row at the weekend. They just hammer it home.

That being said I am not sure they will win the final...

A few lads on analysis on twitter pointing out how crucial the quick puckout was to Corks gameplan and the number of scores they got from them was unreal.

It prevented Limerick from getting their defensive lines set up and allowed large spaces to appear in the Limerick rearguard.

Clare will be weary of that and will probably try to slow the puck outs down by keeping someone deep in the 6yrd area to get it the keepers way if he does try to go quick.

I think Clare will be happier to be facing Cork than Limerick, they've had the better of Cork in the last few years and also have gotten over KK without playing well at all.

We could be in for a 2013 style classic yet again.
#9
General discussion / Re: Euro 2024
July 11, 2024, 11:12:00 AM
Quote from: gallsman on July 10, 2024, 10:46:55 PMReally clutching at straws there.

Where's the snickometer when you need it?

Feckin thing was used earlier in the tournament to cancel a Belgian goal.

#10
General discussion / Re: Euro 2024
July 11, 2024, 11:10:07 AM
Quote from: gallsman on July 10, 2024, 10:12:15 PM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 10, 2024, 10:09:39 PMI'm in London this Sunday! Will he fecking nuts!

Maybe have a lit flare stuck up your hole while you do a line off a pair of tits painted with a St. George's Cross on them.



You St Galls lads certainly know how to enjoy yourselves   :o
#11
General discussion / Re: Euro 2024
July 10, 2024, 01:52:56 PM
Quote from: imtommygunn on July 09, 2024, 09:55:21 PMIt's like a different sport to what England play. That really was the final - they'll take anyone else apart.

England will bring Spain down to their level and beat them on experience.

Hoping Gakpo and the headband wearing Depay have the games of their lives tonight.
#12
Quote from: 93-DY-SAM on July 10, 2024, 01:16:41 PM
Quote from: johnnycool on July 10, 2024, 11:36:58 AM
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 10, 2024, 11:31:43 AMI'm not saying they are wrong btw, Westminster has been a pointless entity for here since the State began, and continues to pay lip service to most if not all things.

What would the duties be in a fully operational constituency office?


Glad somebody is on the ball today  ;D

If off to get me rolls royce polished.
Fixing potholes and getting swastika's painted over depending on your constituency.



Are you Tim "nice but dim" Collins?
#13
Quote from: trueblue1234 on July 09, 2024, 12:52:53 PMBut it's not as if the GAA need it to be fully funded. They have god knows how many assets with dept against it. If they build a modest stadium and even if they only owe 50% of the dept is that not still a fair good position to be in?

I suppose Antrim CB could help fund a few million towards it.

 ;)
#14
Quote from: square_ball on July 10, 2024, 11:44:46 AMPicture of Jeffrey Donaldson in the back seat of the cop car and a picture of Gerry Kelly driving it. Jamie Bryson thinks its 'a bit of edgy artistic expression, a bit like, for example, Kneecap'.

A wee sense of humour, hard to beat.   ;D

whose the other one, guilty of treason or Lundy or whatever?
#15
Quote from: Milltown Row2 on July 10, 2024, 11:31:43 AMI'm not saying they are wrong btw, Westminster has been a pointless entity for here since the State began, and continues to pay lip service to most if not all things.

What would the duties be in a fully operational constituency office?

Fixing potholes and getting swastika's painted over depending on your constituency.