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#1
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
February 24, 2024, 04:31:07 PM
When that is your only retort it's clear even you know you are spouting cr*p

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Quote from: Would ye whist on February 23, 2024, 11:28:58 AMYou made out that a player has the freedom to waltz out on a sunday and return whenever he feels like it without giving consideration to his wife or family, that for me was a view from the dark ages.

My own son's wife is trying to work her shifts round when my son has games but guess what they can't as they do not know when they are

Don't come trying to be smart, your issue is you let the mask slip as to your identity not you spend the time on here defending the county board and ref's click so you still get the games. And don't give me Totes doesn't read this as there is a lot of your colleagues posting on here

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on February 22, 2024, 02:33:49 PMWell considering I do 80% of the cooking I'm not sure how that is relevant to club fixtures and when they are starting..

Someone asked and I said the 10th March, and hurling starts Easter weekend but then started talking about his wife and booking weekends away and holidays ffs!

Who do you actually thinks slows down the fixtures coming out?

The topic pops up every year and your club sec's have all this information but to waffle on about booking weekends and holidays with the wife is getting tiresome!

Would ye whist. You have seriously went off on one, hunting for food, womens place in the kitchen

MR2 woman are allowed a wife too and men help out with children etc, This bit I'm not sure about though

It's clique not click  ;)


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#2
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
February 23, 2024, 11:28:58 AM
You made out that a player has the freedom to waltz out on a sunday and return whenever he feels like it without giving consideration to his wife or family, that for me was a view from the dark ages.

My own son's wife is trying to work her shifts round when my son has games but guess what they can't as they do not know when they are

Don't come trying to be smart, your issue is you let the mask slip as to your identity not you spend the time on here defending the county board and ref's click so you still get the games. And don't give me Totes doesn't read this as there is a lot of your colleagues posting on here

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on February 22, 2024, 02:33:49 PMWell considering I do 80% of the cooking I'm not sure how that is relevant to club fixtures and when they are starting..

Someone asked and I said the 10th March, and hurling starts Easter weekend but then started talking about his wife and booking weekends away and holidays ffs!

Who do you actually thinks slows down the fixtures coming out?

The topic pops up every year and your club sec's have all this information but to waffle on about booking weekends and holidays with the wife is getting tiresome!

Would ye whist. You have seriously went off on one, hunting for food, womens place in the kitchen

MR2 woman are allowed a wife too and men help out with children etc, This bit I'm not sure about though
#3
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
February 22, 2024, 01:43:56 PM
I assume from this attitude you believe the woman's place is in the kitchen, you also head out in the morning hunting to put food on the table and if the wife dare question where you are going so will get put in her place! Things have changed since your time MR2 woman are allowed a wife too and men help out with children etc, however perhaps that's the problem with those who set the fixtures etc they are also stuck in the dark ages

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Quote from: AllStar15 on February 22, 2024, 09:23:50 AMAlso any word on fixtures? Nearly two weeks out from the proposed first game and we have no confirmed date schedule and no fixture list. Some handling!

Same most years. Does the change at the top, chairman etc impact this or are the people controlling fixtures stay year on year?

Managers dont know at the minute who they can/cannot use player wise. Players cannot plan their lives without a masters fixture list. Surely that is done by now?

I'm nearly sure its the Easter weekend and the football is the 10th of March..

Most hold ups are down to the clubs, they have to agree on things and then rubber stamped

These dates have been known for a few weeks

You should probably know the dates yourself? Easter weekend? Is it saturday or the sunday? Can you make plans with the wife on easter sunday yet? As far as im aware the u18 factor was discussed at the end of January and no decision made. Obviously a fixture headache for them but as far as i can hear almost every club is backing 18 year olds playing senior

Maybe its different nowadays being married and being a player... I just left the house on the morning of the game played it and came back, my wife wouldn't even know where I was going lol

Club came first, Easter was way down on my list

As I've said on here many times, the clubs are generally the ones who hold up the fixtures
#4
General discussion / Re: iphone
February 19, 2024, 02:06:44 PM
I recently got a new iPhone 15 and it will not let me send text messages to android/non iphones, anyone ever have this and if so did you manage to sort it?
#5
Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
February 05, 2024, 11:43:58 AM
Anyone hearing some worrying news about Fergal Logan's health in advance of yesterday's game? Hope he is well regardless of any football
#6
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 30, 2024, 09:47:10 AM
Any word on the leagues for the year coming? Meeting last night as far as I understand
#7
Not to stick up for Oso (albeit he is great value), however it is usual and advised I have been told when a player is injured, any kind of injury and their is a break in the the ref should not restart to the player is treated. The ref only has to stop the game during play if it is a head injury. Can I check if that is correct MR2? 

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Quote from: Milltown Row2 on January 22, 2024, 10:22:37 PMPissing off Oso... tick
Glen, best team Ireland... tick


Pissing me off? Aye alright, you're not even on the radar wee man.  You're very quick to throw in your referees view on most things in here but  it doesn't surprise me you missed any of those points , I've seen you in action.

Not on your radar but mentioned me in your post about the game? Wise up wee man

Because you're a referee, as you like to remind everyone and offer your opinion on most decisions from your armchair.  I asked you to justify or explain the decisions? Can you not justify them, or did you miss them? 



Did you give opinions? Not sure if you have ever played before, but in the rules you don't stop the play for cramp, now if the player had have went down and held his head the ref may have done something different. Also the player taking the free didn't have to take it right away, could have held up, might have made the ref give a throw ball but it might not have ended up with the ball in the net.

A bit of cuteness and Glen could have lost the game, but in the end they (Naomh Brid) were the masters of their own downfall and lost the game.

I've said on another thread that the ref was grand, couldn't really fault him too much, the hurling ref, not so much.

As I said before, I'll be at a hell of a lot more games than you will ever be at

I know all of this... Everyone knows this about cramp....but as I specifically said the Glen player fouled the St Brigids player and in the process of fouling him this resulted in cramp....presumably fatigue and over stretching and getting dragged. 

The ref acknowledged the foul, gave the free but didn't allow the St Brigids player to be treated for cramp even though by giving the free he acknowledged what caused the cramp.  He wasn't faking, he couldn't get up and needed treatment.  The ref then forces St Brigids to take the free even though they are at a numerical disadvantage as a direct consequence of the foul that's just been committed against them?? 

Where's the logic or fairness in any of that??

You didn't answer my question? You just regurgitated what we all know.  Did you not see it from your armchair?  Or do you not understand what I'm asking?  The foul caused the cramp....why then is the player not allowed to be treated in an instance like this and why should the referee force st Brigids to take the free with a man down even though the foul resulted in they man being down?

I'm not sure how much clearer I can be. Do you not know the answer??

"Masters of their own downfall" for being forced to take a free with a man lying on the ground as a consequence of the foul.  Jesus wept

I've played many years, never before have I seen or heard of someone getting fouled and developing cramp, he was fouled and his teammate took the free

I'll say it one more time, and maybe your pea sized brain will understand, head injury stop play, cramp play on.

All the other stuff is irrelevant, Naomh Brid lost the game because the scored less than Glen over the course of the match, not because of a player having cramp.

Move on..
#8
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 18, 2024, 01:59:35 PM
I assume you mean the answer to the question is already know  :P

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on January 18, 2024, 01:53:48 PM
Quote from: inabsentia on January 18, 2024, 01:47:49 PM
Quote from: country bumpkin on January 18, 2024, 01:40:13 PMAnybody know the format of football league Divisions 2 and 3...?


Sure only div 1 matters lad, thats why theres so many teams in it

I tend to find these questions are already known by the person posting it ;)
#9
General discussion / Re: Parking Ticket Question
January 12, 2024, 11:08:29 AM
DCBL are not to be messed with to be honest, they are a sharp set of operators, I did use them a lot to do recoveries for my own business

Quote from: RedHand88 on January 11, 2024, 08:07:00 PM
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Quote from: RedHand88 on July 04, 2019, 08:34:05 PMIs it still the case where these PCN letters aren't worth the paper they're printed on? Got one in March for Starplan carpark Boucher road belfast. It's a free carpark, but is "customer parking only"

Onto my 3rd letter now. They want £170(!) or it'll go to "QDR Solicitors Ltd".

Just want to be sure ignoring them is the way to deal with them. To hell with paying that sort of money for 30minutes parking. Of course I wasn't the driver at the time and refuse to divulge who was  8)

The letters will keep landing for around a year or so.  They'll eventually offer a reduced fee and if you ignore this they'll hike it up again. They'll threaten court action.  Few people pay.  Ignore and they'll stop eventually.

Believe it or not they're back. 5 years later at my new address which I assume they got from a recent sweep of the DVA database. Only its a different company now called Direct Collection Baliffs limited. Still threatening court action and all that. Has any of these cases ever actually made it to court in NI?
#10
General discussion / Re: Car Problems!!
January 12, 2024, 10:42:39 AM
Would never touch a Peugeot ever again, most unreliable car I ever had and I owned an old Skoda

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Quote from: lurganblue on January 11, 2024, 02:45:33 PMSeeing so many Peugeot 3008s on the roads now.  They'd surely fall into this bracket

Same bracket as the Ateca and Karoq. Very good cars.

I've heard quite a few stories on the reliability of the 3008. Plenty of electrical problems.
All 3rd hand stories though.
Old habits die hard when it comes to French cars.

Peugeot, Renault and Citroen, along with Vauxhall, Land Rover and Mini, are car brands I'd avoid like the plague.
#11
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 08, 2024, 02:33:04 PM
A few county teams, how many of them were as weak as this current Antrim panel?

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on January 08, 2024, 02:25:41 PM
Quote from: Would ye whist on January 08, 2024, 02:22:45 PMLet's be honest we all know Cargin would beat that County team

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on January 08, 2024, 02:16:25 PMWe were competitive far parts with Monaghan and against Fermanagh lost by a point to a team above us in the league...

What best players have decided not to make themselves available for their county and why? 

I thought that about our club team when we were at our peak, but we played a few county teams and were bate handy enough at times..

But maybe this Cargin team is a step up
#12
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 08, 2024, 02:22:45 PM
Let's be honest we all know Cargin would beat that County team

Quote from: Milltown Row2 on January 08, 2024, 02:16:25 PMWe were competitive far parts with Monaghan and against Fermanagh lost by a point to a team above us in the league...

What best players have decided not to make themselves available for their county and why? 
#13
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 08, 2024, 02:01:55 PM
My take and that which seems to be shared by the management is that even for McKenna cup that was a poor showing even for McKenna Cup.

I fear that is the squad for the year basically and unless something changes we are once again operating without the best footballers in the county

I am not saying we can compete with Derry come league nor championship, however this is the time of the year we could compete and should compete
#14
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 08, 2024, 01:41:12 PM
As a county who has won next to nothing at any grade for how long now who are we to be looking down our nose at any competition, if it is good enough for the likes of Derry and Tyrone to win then why not Antrim
#15
Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
January 08, 2024, 10:46:09 AM
Are we just going to ignore yesterday?