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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #285 on: July 07, 2022, 11:20:07 AM »
Meath/ Mayo in 96 was a violent brawl. The incident at the end of normal time was 95% handbags and generally just pushing and shoving (apart from the two incidents that have already been outlined).
Ease off on the old hyperbole lads. Very easy to get carried away with the hand wringing.
rare to see a rugby matchwith out at least that level of off he ball violence, eye gouge apart m though its much more frequent there too.
there were  eight officals lokking at it more than enough to finger the real perpetrator rather than just token captains. one of which clearly refuse to engage in the violence. and i never noticed the other.
shit referring but then again what ever they did would be undone by some smart arse on the ccccccccc
I also think the entire thing has been over sensationalised.

But if you are going back over 25 years to use an example of a worse brawl, its not proving the point you think it is
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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #286 on: July 07, 2022, 11:06:38 PM »
Meath/ Mayo in 96 was a violent brawl. The incident at the end of normal time was 95% handbags and generally just pushing and shoving (apart from the two incidents that have already been outlined).
Ease off on the old hyperbole lads. Very easy to get carried away with the hand wringing.

I also think the entire thing has been over sensationalised.

But if you are going back over 25 years to use an example of a worse brawl, its not proving the point you think it is


Ok then, Lavey ballinderry in the Derry championship last year was a ‘violent brawl’. For me, a violet brawl is a sustained fist fight with multiple participants. It’s not a part of our game that I condone in any way but unfortunately it’s still happening week in week out at all age groups. Anyone involved in the GAA in any county knows exactly what constitutes a violet brawl and what is handbags

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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #287 on: July 09, 2022, 12:11:05 AM »
After the brawl send off the 2 captains and managers as a standard measure.
The only way to punish a team in real time and to encourage internal discipline within a camp. It is nigh on impossible to single out individuals.
Standard punishment which will deter the messy pile ons. 
Wrestling black card offence.   10 mins sinbin.
Wrestling and a throw straight red. 
Punch, kick or gouge staright red.

You'd have a lot of corner forwards as captains!
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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #288 on: July 21, 2022, 09:16:43 PM »
Any idea why the GAA social podcast decided to stop after the 2 semi finals were played. ?? Is Niblock not over Derry getting knocked out yet. 

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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #289 on: July 21, 2022, 09:58:12 PM »
Any idea why the GAA social podcast decided to stop after the 2 semi finals were played. ?? Is Niblock not over Derry getting knocked out yet.

Niblock got married last week. Taking some time off. Posted it on twitter.

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« Reply #290 on: July 21, 2022, 10:46:03 PM »
Any idea why the GAA social podcast decided to stop after the 2 semi finals were played. ?? Is Niblock not over Derry getting knocked out yet.

Niblock got married last week. Taking some time off. Posted it on twitter.
Ah OK thanks. I don't bother with twitter

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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #291 on: July 31, 2022, 08:44:22 PM »
Wooly not happy today that no men on TG4's panel, the sap.
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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #292 on: August 01, 2022, 08:42:55 AM »
Wooly not happy today that no men on TG4's panel, the sap.
I enjoy Wooly’s podcasts, but I can’t bring myself to give him any of my money because he is such a gimp on social media.

Wooly could not care less who is on the panel of a TG4 game. Whether it is 3 women, 3 men or 3 feckin monkeys, it’s all the same to Wooly because he can’t understand a word of what’s going on. The only reason he has taken to social media to complain about a TG4 panel that he doesn’t even listen to is that he doesn’t want women doing analysis of men’s football on RTE, and he thinks this is a clever way of doing that. The sap. 

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« Reply #293 on: August 01, 2022, 09:03:19 AM »
Yeah the whole thing is BS. I mean there are plenty of men who have played at the top level on RTE who can't analyse football. It has been shown that women can do it equally as well. Not all women who played the game can analyse the game but that is not a sexist comment because not all men who played it can analyse it and RTE's panel is largely an illustration of that  :o Just find the right people men or women - who cares.

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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #294 on: August 01, 2022, 09:15:15 AM »
Wooly not happy today that no men on TG4's panel, the sap.
I enjoy Wooly’s podcasts, but I can’t bring myself to give him any of my money because he is such a gimp on social media.

Gave himself the Woolberto moniker, enough said

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Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« Reply #295 on: August 01, 2022, 11:43:12 AM »
Yeah the whole thing is BS. I mean there are plenty of men who have played at the top level on RTE who can't analyse football. It has been shown that women can do it equally as well. Not all women who played the game can analyse the game but that is not a sexist comment because not all men who played it can analyse it and RTE's panel is largely an illustration of that  :o Just find the right people men or women - who cares.

Plenty of people unfortunately, including plenty on the board. Arseholes.
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