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FT Tipp 1-11 Mayo 1-19. Very harsh scoreline on Tipp in a game of what might have been for Tipp while Mayo live to fight another day.

Why was it harsh , you're an awful p***k don't ya think. Sick to my balls listening to want ers like you . What was harsh about it , have you ever played football, you  batter a team that are not at your level in the last period cause they haven't the legs nor strength to keep with ya .
Best not to post on feed of drink Larry. If you need reminding Mayo got a lucky goal totally against the run of play that changed the course of the game. For 50 of the 70 mins Tipp gave as good as they got and didn't deserve to lose by a margin of 8 points.

I donít know why youíre defending one of your alt accounts so openly and quickly on this of all topics, but even though Larrin said it in the most obnoxious way posssible heís entirely correct that the scoreline accurately reflected the level of Tippís collapse. You canít not turn up for 20 minutes of a match and then Ďundeservedlyí get hammered.

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: June 23, 2018, 09:00:00 PM »
That was one of the all-time great goals. Utterly sublime.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Munster Football Championships 2018
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:18:20 PM »
Kerry look incredibly loose at the back. No potential AI winners on show tonight. But an enjoyable watch.

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Thereís been many a time Iíve prepared the obituary for this team and at half time they looked in real trouble again. I think everyone can agree that Mayo give great value for the neutral fans. Most of the best games in the past 8 years have featured us.

In the days of blanket defence we still plug away with naive man on man defending.

Ye play with a sweeper just like every other team in Ireland..

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FT Tipp 1-11 Mayo 1-19. Very harsh scoreline on Tipp in a game of what might have been for Tipp while Mayo live to fight another day.

I think the scoreline accurately reflects the level of Tippís collapse. Extreme lack of character shown by Tipp. Not the first time a team has ran them to pieces in the final quarter this year either.

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::)bMayo admirer Paul Earley doing co-commentary  ::)

Christ ye have little to worry about if Paul Earley gets on your nerves. Probably the most decent human being doing punditry.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo coming in under the radar?
« on: June 23, 2018, 04:34:05 PM »
This WUM is tiresome. I really donít know why GAABoard tolerates these burner alt accounts designed just to create nonsense threads.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 04:03:13 PM »
While those who chose B are living in a fantasy land. Sport always has been and always will be political to some degree, but when it becomes as much or more about humanitarianism as bout politics, then people have a right, or a responsibility to speak up at every available opportunity. It was sporting boycotts (amongst other boycotts) which contributed hugely to the ending of apartheid in South Africa. Here is an opportunity to once again be on the right side of history, instead of hiding behind 'keep the politics out of it' bull.

No one is stopping you speaking out. No one is stopping you organizing a boycott of Israeli products or sporting events. Knock yourself out.

Well the GardaŪ were confiscating Palestine flags in Navan, so....

Have you any evidence of that whatsoever?

Pretty sure thereís a video of the gardai taking the Palestine flag off the guy

He was asked to take it down as it was obstructing people trying to view the game. Was it subsequently held onto?

Thatís the reason they gave. Regardless of wether it was held onto or not, it was confiscated

Well no, it's not irrelevant. Context is everything.

Context is there were  cones on the field and no players

Ah i see, you're only entitled to watch, having paid your money down from...? The anthem? The throw in?

I suppose if looking at comes is your thing ... have to be no more waving flags before games so.

Youíre sinking big time here.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 23, 2018, 02:00:52 PM »
Why even bother pretending youíre having a discussion when all you want to do is deny the obvious?

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General discussion / Re: No Country for Women - RTE1
« on: June 23, 2018, 01:07:57 PM »
The men of 1916 established a democracy, where women had the same vote as men. If that is what people wanted then that is a fair outcome of 1916.


What about the women of 1916? The rest of your post displays similar ignorance....I'd advise you have a watch if you can access the documentary. The treatment of women by the Republic of Ireland government since 1922 has been totally scandalous and vastly at odds with the ideals of those brave people who fought in 1916.

I didn't know that the men of '16 were woke as well as everything else. Most of them were shot before women got the vote, so the news that a patriarchal, Church-dominated state would have been a horror to them comes as news to me.

Can you point me to where I can read up on Padraig Pearse's attitude towards the patriarchy, or Thomas Clarke's opinion on LGBTQ issues? Where can I learn about what Eamon Ceannt believed with regard to intersectional feminism, or find out JM Plunkett's views on toxic masculinity? I want to learn.

This is a very weird post filled with a dismissive tone that is at total odds with the seriousness of the topics being talked about. It reads like a screed that wouldn't be out of place on an alt-right subreddit or in the comments of Breitbart News. For your sake I hope you just mangled what you actually meant.

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: June 23, 2018, 12:54:31 PM »
I absolutely love that Xhaka and Shaquri stuck it to the Serbs. Poetic justice.
You sir are a hypocrite then  re Gaza

Completely. Normal Serbian families have had their land stolen and been driven out of the areas they and their families have spent their entire lives. We are not talking about Serbian politicians or military officers here. Normal people.

I really wish all this stuff would stay out of sport.

If the two of ye canít see the difference between someone who was born in Kosovo sticking it to Sebia after scoring a goal to beat them at the WC and a lad in the crowd in the north trying to tie their Ďstruggleí to the Palestiniansí by waving a flag, I donít really have any desire to discuss it further because itís going to be a complete waste of time.

Oh I can see the difference. I just canít see how you can ďabsolutely loveĒ it. It has no place in sport.

Iíd argue this sort of nationalism is absolutely intrinsic to international soccer.

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: June 23, 2018, 12:30:25 PM »
I absolutely love that Xhaka and Shaquri stuck it to the Serbs. Poetic justice.
You sir are a hypocrite then  re Gaza

Completely. Normal Serbian families have had their land stolen and been driven out of the areas they and their families have spent their entire lives. We are not talking about Serbian politicians or military officers here. Normal people.

I really wish all this stuff would stay out of sport.

If the two of ye canít see the difference between someone who was born in Kosovo sticking it to Sebia after scoring a goal to beat them at the WC and a lad in the crowd in the north trying to tie their Ďstruggleí to the Palestiniansí by waving a flag, I donít really have any desire to discuss it further because itís going to be a complete waste of time.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 05:31:41 AM »
This is one of the most utterly ridiculous attempts to create a fuss that Iíve yet seen in the GAA. Iím glad itís failing to gain much traction. Less politics, more inclusion.

When the GAA wilfully exlcudes much of the unionist population with its tri-colour waving and draping of itself in the clothes of Irish republicanism in the north the impassioned calls for solidarity and compassion ring a bit hollow when coming from many of the same areas on this issue. Start this journey at home and not thousands of miles away.

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: June 23, 2018, 03:40:59 AM »
I absolutely love that Xhaka and Shaquri stuck it to the Serbs. Poetic justice.

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General discussion / Re: The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: June 22, 2018, 10:49:04 PM »
If rumours are to be believed an Sterling is dropped I think it's good news for England, shows that Southgate could see he was rubbish v Tunisia and also has the balls to drop him. I think things might be different for England this tournament, in previous years egos were all trying to be managed, they had a wealth of talent but managers invariably went for big name players played slightly out of position rather than play a lesser light in his strongest position.

Early days obviously but they've a decent chance of success, semis at least likely imo. Their Achilles heel is the defence, Walker, Stones & Maguire are all potential bombscares. Think they'll be a much better team without Sterling (or if he's played it should be as a winger).

Sterling is a good athlete but isnít a footballer. England are an average side who are well managed at the moment. They can bully weak teams with their athleticism, pace and baility to press but when they come up against any decent technical team theyíll be found out.

Sterling is pretty clearly a better footballer than the likes of Rashford or Vardy. Itís hard to stand out in such an average outfit as Englandís current team.
A better winger but not a better striker.

But heís being played as a CAM?

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