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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: July 25, 2022, 05:31:26 PM »
I would imagine the tyrone players would be kicking themselves this year. They wont get an easier path to a final again especially to win back to back titles. Whatever issues happened this year need sorted before next year

Galway keeper has done a few strange things this game

Kevin would sicken ye. Not a word about Walsh. Its all about Clifford

GAA Discussion / Re: Dublin v Kerry AISF
« on: July 11, 2022, 09:17:40 AM »
That Dublin keeper should be called out for the antics he was at yesterday. Feigning injury out of no where right before the penalty then shaking the goal posts at the end.

Don't want to hear anymore talk of Rory being some sort of genius manager. Took a game plan which failed 11 years ago and tried to do it again. Christ even mcguinness has had the sense to stay away knowing that limited safety first approach doesn't work anymore.

Ironically if Derry had of attacked the first half they could have been out of sight.

There is a reason he failed at 3 different teams.

General discussion / Re: Boris Johnson
« on: July 06, 2022, 10:18:58 PM »
Said it a for a long time. Boris and trump are state agents designed to weaken the USA and UK. To be fair they have completed their job wonderfully.

General discussion / Re: Boris Johnson
« on: July 05, 2022, 09:36:42 PM »
Jabers, there are more leaving the British cabinet than the Tyrone team.

😂 Very good although it's closer to the amount of rows armagh have been involved in lol

General discussion / Re: Holidays
« on: July 05, 2022, 10:09:18 AM »
Heading to westport in mayo in August. Any recommendations on things to do or where serves a good pint of guinness?

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: July 03, 2022, 11:21:27 AM »
Both melees against Donegal and Galway were particularly brainless and ultimately suited the opposition.

I think the Armagh setup need to reflect on this. The object should be to win games, standing up for yourself in the melee should not be an objective if it interferes with winning. Some things that go on, e.g. pointless fouls giving away points, slabbering about frees and getting them moved up and wild challenges that end up with people getting sent off, are not helping winning games.
Armagh drew with Galway, one more point would have done the job and discipline is part of the solution to getting that point.

Never understood players attitude of standing up for themselves. All teams have these "hard" men type. The best way to hurt the opposition is to do it on the score board. If someone is pushing and shoving you ignore it until the ref sees it then use the extra motivation to get the next score.

Getting involved in meelee isnt hurting the opposition its often plyaing into their hands. Can understand younger players getting involved but the more experienced players should know this by now.

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: July 01, 2022, 05:29:41 PM »
Bar has now been set for these melee's, lets see consistency.

The bar was set at the tryrone game but didn't apply to armagh for some reason for the Donegal game

GAA Discussion / Re: Best way to decide drawn games
« on: June 28, 2022, 06:15:17 PM »
Personally not a fan of "WOTD" for the first game in a knockout fixture, though I understand why the GAA have this in place for the current, more condensed intercounty championship calendar for this year at least. Personally I'd have gone for a replay AET for this coming Thursday or Friday evening in Salthill (namely that as provincial champions, Galway should have home advantage in this case) with the replay itself having to be decided on the night.
In theory that makes sense, and the first few times it'd be gratefully accepted, but within a few years the reason for it would be forgotten and we'd have the moans from managers about recovery times and the winners needing more time to recover etc etc.
Maybe a good starting point would be to remove this ridiculous rule that extra time is a 'new game' and have all cards issued during games continue into extra time, then we mightn't have the issue arise, or probably wouldn't in this instance!

Agree. Never understood if someone acted like a knob during a match and was on a yellow why it suddenly disappears in extra time. It's still the same game so until that is over the cards should carry through.

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: June 26, 2022, 03:19:15 PM »
Doesn't take Armagh g long to revert to type. Thugs

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: June 26, 2022, 03:09:57 PM »
Ffs. Thatís a disgraceful decision.

No way. It was a very dangerous challenge. Yes he was going for a shoulder but he missed it and ended up as a frontal challenge.

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: June 26, 2022, 03:00:54 PM »
Armagh corner bck lucky not to see the line there after that stupidity, total blindside, even though it was only a shoulder.

Dirty dirty play.

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Galway AIQF
« on: June 20, 2022, 01:50:21 PM »
I saw someone on the Orchard Fans forum complaining already about the price of hotels the night of the All Ireland final, ye will be spending a lot of money in Dublin over the next month.
Anyone seen the price of hotels in Dublin for this Saturday night? Jaysus. Planning to go to the minor game on Saturday as well but looks like will have to drive up and down both Saturday and Sunday now. Accommodation very expensive.

Its a farce.

Next time them hospitality reps come on the tv complaining about this and that, they can go to f#$k.

Complete rip off.

500 quid for a standard hotel room, breakfast extra ... WTF .. someone must be paying it that they can get away with it.  To whoever is paying it, catch a grip!

I have no idea how people are paying it. Belfast is the same. 250 quid for a single room on a fri night with no breakfast. Place is packed so there must be plenty of people about with a lot of spare cash.

Belfast has turned into a mini Dublin since Covid began in terms of prices for hotel rooms, food and drinks.

Agreed. Went out in belfast a few weeks ago for a few drinks. Charged £6.50 for a pint of guinness and an dilute orange. £5.50 for the pint and £1 for a dash or orange cordial. Ffs I can buy the entire bottle for £1.

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