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« Reply #30 on: July 30, 2022, 01:27:46 PM »
Yeah that is what I think the problem could have been here. It was announced.

Though it would have to be known before they play any game but I guess they don’t play that many.

At the minute media wise, more social media, there is an effort to tarnish the gaa because of the publicity the oo has been getting over the songs and the bonfire stuff. Same with the ulster fleadh.

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« Reply #31 on: July 30, 2022, 02:14:41 PM »
They were outside the pitch in Newry before I played against them protesting… so whoever wants to know will know I’d assume
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« Reply #32 on: July 30, 2022, 11:04:39 PM »
There would have been no protest in Banbridge ffs. The fall out would not be worth it. There are very good cross community relations in the town but wouldn't take much for hot heads to graffiti or arson. Its an absolute non story. The psni team pulled out. Nothing more to it.
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« Reply #33 on: July 30, 2022, 11:41:46 PM »
There would have been no protest in Banbridge ffs. The fall out would not be worth it. There are very good cross community relations in the town but wouldn't take much for hot heads to graffiti or arson. Its an absolute non story. The psni team pulled out. Nothing more to it.

Would any club be a5rsed inviting them again?
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« Reply #34 on: July 31, 2022, 12:21:18 AM »
There would have been no protest in Banbridge ffs. The fall out would not be worth it. There are very good cross community relations in the town but wouldn't take much for hot heads to graffiti or arson. Its an absolute non story. The psni team pulled out. Nothing more to it.

Would any club be a5rsed inviting them again?

They won’t… I’m nearly sure at the start they were named Garnerville GAA or something
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« Reply #35 on: July 31, 2022, 04:27:54 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?
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« Reply #36 on: July 31, 2022, 08:33:02 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)
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« Reply #37 on: July 31, 2022, 10:06:32 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)

I would assume that’s why they wouldn’t want it broadcast beforehand that a PSNI team would be playing.

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« Reply #38 on: July 31, 2022, 10:42:43 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)

I would assume that’s why they wouldn’t want it broadcast beforehand that a PSNI team would be playing.

Played at tournaments before where it was known they were playing.. Utter bullshit from the PSNI to distract from them covering up Noah Donahoes death
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« Reply #39 on: July 31, 2022, 11:21:15 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)

I would assume that’s why they wouldn’t want it broadcast beforehand that a PSNI team would be playing.

Played at tournaments before where it was known they were playing.. Utter bullshit from the PSNI to distract from them covering up Noah Donahoes murder

So they decided to leave the tournament to distract from the Noah death? Christ that’s stretching
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« Reply #40 on: July 31, 2022, 11:36:52 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)

I would assume that’s why they wouldn’t want it broadcast beforehand that a PSNI team would be playing.

Played at tournaments before where it was known they were playing.. Utter bullshit from the PSNI to distract from them covering up Noah Donahoes murder

So they decided to leave the tournament to distract from the Noah death? Christ that’s stretching

No. Keep up.

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« Reply #41 on: July 31, 2022, 11:41:34 AM »
In fairness I’d say the folk protesting at Newry wouldn’t know if a ball was pumped up or stuffed. I’d be concerned if the St Michael’s team wouldn’t want to be recognised as St Michael’s PSNI team. Are the members ashamed of their origins?

They worried about security of members?

i.e. dissidents put a pipe bomb in a changing room or something.

(To be clear, not saying that it would happen - just saying they are worried something like that might happen)

I would assume that’s why they wouldn’t want it broadcast beforehand that a PSNI team would be playing.

Played at tournaments before where it was known they were playing.. Utter bullshit from the PSNI to distract from them covering up Noah Donahoes murder

So they decided to leave the tournament to distract from the Noah death? Christ that’s stretching

No. Keep up.

Not my words ..

Utter bullshit from the PSNI to distract from them covering up Noah Donahoes murder
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« Reply #42 on: July 31, 2022, 12:06:48 PM »
Changed last sentence because nothing proven around that but look at the media spout past few days since the PII was announced a lot off reports against nationalism.. Fladh, GAA, Graffiti on OI Buisness owner.. Deflection tactics which older posters you’d think would recognise

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« Reply #43 on: July 31, 2022, 12:16:55 PM »
Look they’ve played in many tournaments and there’s been controversy with the PSNI and will continue to be over the years… I can’t (for all my years) actually make that fit into your previous statement.

What I will say is that when opportunities come along to stick the boot into the GAA they will (newspapers unionists) so by giving them an opportunity to do that then the GAA played an own goal..

I said earlier having two St Michaels and leaving it at that would suffice..
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« Reply #44 on: July 31, 2022, 12:39:34 PM »
Changed last sentence because nothing proven around that but look at the media spout past few days since the PII was announced a lot off reports against nationalism.. Fladh, GAA, Graffiti on OI Buisness owner.. Deflection tactics which older posters you’d think would recognise

But Milltown won't see that.