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Quote from: Armagh18 on June 22, 2024, 03:50:19 PMWe got the same result as we got in 4 other close games in the last few years only this time we didn't have to go to extra time and penalties.

Lucky for yous ;)
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Quote from: Champion The Wonder Horse on June 22, 2024, 09:57:28 PMCan we join now?

For the week or so anyway.

Will take that.

The big guns all hoping they draw us.

As opposed to Roscommon or Louth/Cork?

I'm sure I speak for all Donegal people when I say we have zero desire to meet Derry next week!

Derry v Donegal & Dubs v Galway double header please!


I really don't think Donegal would want Derry.
Some motivation for Derry to get Donegal - right some wrongs so to speak.
Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling original
June 22, 2024, 10:35:35 PM
Derry deserved that, the better team over the course of the game I feel.
I certainly didnt see it coming after last weeks performance, but so glad to be proved wrong (yet again).

Mckinless and Doherty made a big difference, and Murray had a massive first half. Ran himself ragged and seemed to go off injured.
Toner did really well when he came in too. I didnt see much of Murphy when he came on, but Gilmore did ok, though did lose posession a couple of times.

The game was riddled with mistakes - but its a huge step up in performance which is the main thing and massive confidence builder.

Really hope we can push on now.
Quote from: ONeill on June 22, 2024, 08:50:15 PMCan't believe Glass gave that away at the end there.

I know. Of all players.
Very exciting game.
Fingers crossed for the lottery now.
Quote from: screenexile on June 22, 2024, 08:16:17 PMLooking at it again it was defo a foot block in my opinion

He had his back to the ball, can't see how it's a foot block or why lynch was booked.
Quote from: OakLeaf on June 22, 2024, 07:43:06 PMDisgusting decision for the penalty. Ball kicked into McKindless who did not lift his foot and Lynch gets the card. Absolutely clueless

Ref been very hard on us in general.
We might not win, but great to see a bit of fight from derry
We're doing OK, not great. We've 2 scorers and are only 3 up.
But definitely much improved from Derry from previous games which is good.
But not quite up to the high standards we had been playing at.
Mayo are still well in the game, a couple of mins could turn it.
Derry actually looking ok so far
Brilliant result for the minors. Really turned it around in the 2nd half and should probably have won more comfortably in the end.

Sergeant is some operator. Looks and plays like a young Tohill. Hitting frees from 50 odd metres out too.

Kerry are a good side, their keeper in particular is class.
Quote from: Armagh18 on June 22, 2024, 12:45:04 PMYou can see he throws a wee dig so by the book a red but very harsh. Cork lad did nothing wrong.

Daft to do that in front of linesman.

I haven't seen it, but if he throws a dig and its a red then how can it be harsh? Striking or attempting to strike is a straight red isnt it? Though who knows these days.

Daft to do it in front of a linesman you say....daft to do it full stop as you always risk a sending off.
Quote from: Wildweasel74 on June 22, 2024, 02:04:58 PMThere was a free to Kerry, couple bck, where the Derry lad clearly fouled coming out and he gives a Kerry free for the nxt contact which was minimal.Derry missed 2 clear goals, and should be level at the bare minimum. Gonna have to change midfield, it's Sargent by himself in there.

The Kerry keeper is very good to be fair.
But agree, MF is struggling, and we're getting opened up too easily at the back.
He's actually shocking
Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling original
June 22, 2024, 01:42:45 PM
Ref in this minor game is woeful
Quote from: trueblue1234 on June 21, 2024, 02:43:05 PMBelfast & Dublin are two spots to avoid at all costs at the minute. I could possibly accept the being ripped off bit, when the nightlife and entertainment balanced it out. But my last few nights in both have put me right off. Would have had better nights in the local town, and had the shillings in the pocket in the morning.
Belfast in particular has went downhill at some speed. I know people will say, depends where you go. But can honestly say I've had nights out in cathedral, Lisburn Road, titanic area etc over last 12 months and all poor enough.

Maybe just getting old!! 😕

Have to agree - Belfast is quickly becoming a no-go area.
One of my kids will hopefully start uni this year, thank feck she didnt even consider Belfast.
General discussion / Re: Podcasts
June 21, 2024, 02:56:35 PM
Quote from: toby47 on June 17, 2024, 08:56:26 AM
Quote from: Tony Baloney on June 15, 2024, 10:00:50 AMA podcast called Bear and Scully has come up on my feeds a few time as Ireland's #1 Podcast. I clicked on a link there and it opened up a YouTube video of a live show. At first glance it looks like it's *really* not my cup of tea. Any takers here for it?

An absolute balloon. More interested in talking about himself

Bear as in Bear Competitions?