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General discussion / Re: The beating of that girl in Bangor
« on: Today at 02:22:34 AM »
Facebook tells me this evening that the victim isn’t a ‘great’ sort either and sympathy seems to have dried up for her.. Doesn’t make what happened to her any less distasteful and I hope they get time for it.

So despite her being beaten  half to death her name then without knowing her her character  gets dragged thru the mud on a public forum cos of something you read on FB?

Did you sleep through the Ulster rape thread? Some here can’t want to tell us all the dirt they’ve found about the woman in any case.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: Today at 12:35:17 AM »
If Real go through then you’d wonder have they enough hunger to win another?
It looks like Real are in Fergie/Cody time.
Which would mean we don't see them again for a good while after this year or next year
Which wouldn't be unbearable

You’re off your rocker if you think Real fûcking Madrid won’t be there or thereabouts every year.

Empires can quickly come to an end.

Where are AC Milan now? What happened to Serie A's empire?

England has already hoovered up Europe's best coaches.

When Messi and Ronaldo go, and that's not far away, it mightn't be long until the world's best players all decide to make England their destination of choice rather than Spain.

England already has six clubs who are world brands and mostly 50k plus stadiums filled every week. In a few years' time that will be seven or eight clubs with 60k plus stadiums filled every week.

La Liga will continue to be a duopoly.

Real are the biggest brand in the world of soccer. And they will just buy whoever is the best player in the world when they stop winning. Salah and/or Neymar are the most obvious purchases right now that regard but they’ll just get the hot hand in when the time comes. They’ve been doing it for decades and there's little reason why they'd stop now.

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They must have fixed up the pitch in MacHale Park if 2 games are penciled in that close to the 13th May.

Haha.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: April 25, 2018, 11:18:40 PM »
If Real go through then you’d wonder have they enough hunger to win another?
It looks like Real are in Fergie/Cody time.
Which would mean we don't see them again for a good while after this year or next year
Which wouldn't be unbearable

You’re off your rocker if you think Real fûcking Madrid won’t be there or thereabouts every year.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: April 25, 2018, 09:29:22 PM »
Have to agree with the lads on BT sports, a semi final that isn't of a high quality and littered with mistakes. Liverpool don't have a lot to fear watching this game tonight.

Because the evidence of 70 minutes and not decades of European success is what Liverpool should be judging if they should be afraid by. Real are on course for a three-in-row.. no other team has even done two-in-a-row in the CL era.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: April 25, 2018, 09:00:02 PM »
1-1 fine strike by Marcelo. Goal against the run of play.

Not as frenetic as last nights game, be hard to work out who’d Liverpool would prefer after the first 45
If its Real Madrid and they defend like they have done tonight in the final Liverpools forward line will make hay.

Lord help Lovren and Van Dijk if they’re trying to stop Ronaldo at the other end.

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You’re a cheap skate.

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General discussion / Re: The beating of that girl in Bangor
« on: April 25, 2018, 08:22:27 PM »
bcb-maybe this is the wrong thread to ask,but how big a loss,to Cullyhanna and Armagh football,will todays events in Newry prove to be when you consider at 26/27 This lad might never play football again

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-43898318

What a terrible angle to come at this story from. Fûck football.

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General discussion / Re: Caster Semenya New Ruling
« on: April 25, 2018, 07:55:46 PM »
You have an amazing ability to ignore being called out when acting the pompous overbearing gobshite.

You need to calm down a bit and check who called what you posted nonsense, and then maybe apologise for being such a rude ass.

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GAA Discussion / Re: 'GAA Athletes for a No Vote'
« on: April 25, 2018, 07:21:06 PM »
I do agree with Harte on his abortion stance, but disagree with how he went about it.

He has influence, but there is more societal issues that he could be addressing: benefit cuts, zero hour contracts, mental health funding, and I don't recall hearing from him when the banks screwed the people over. Ok there's only so much one man can do, but these kind of issues affect more people than the abortion referendum. Join up with Brolly and address such issues.

What the fúck?

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General discussion / Re: Caster Semenya New Ruling
« on: April 25, 2018, 05:58:14 PM »
Syf,

where is the nonsense I posted ??

I've asked serious relevant questions which i thought you were able to answer as you were authoratitive on her entitlement to continue participating as a female

If you dont know and are just bluffing again, and trying to hold a controversial position ala the Belfast rape trial then fair enough but just becuase you believe something and shout it repeatedly does not confer infallibility on you or your opinion

Wha?

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General discussion / Re: Caster Semenya New Ruling
« on: April 25, 2018, 03:58:19 PM »
Not surprised by Syferus' approach here and the inability to understand the difference between sex and gender.

Ross Tucker, a big fan of Semenya, has the right idea here. Sport is segregated on the basis of sex for to the massive physical advantages testosterone bestows on males. An example he gave was of the thousands of nowhere-near-elite make runners you've never heard of worldwide who run faster than Radcliffe's record for the women's marathon. Semenya and anyone like her have an unfair physical advantage. That's the end of it.

That said, because of the hateful things said about her for years by her fellow colleagues and athletes, I hope this isn't the end of it and she continues to batter them.

The rules were based on the competitor being female, otherwise they would not need to change the rules to exclude her in the first place.

Whatever nonsense you try to dress up your dismissal of my post with the fact remains they’re moving the goalposts because one athlete has been winning too much. If she was just in the middle of the pack there would never have been any movement to change the rules. Legislating against a single athlete in this way is literally discrimination.

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General discussion / Re: Caster Semenya New Ruling
« on: April 25, 2018, 03:36:51 PM »
Changing the rules because of one athlete is total nonsense. Makes middle distance runnnig look like a closed shop of elitist jackasses.

or does it not say that one cant be full of testosterone and run as a female athlete ???

If you’re a woman you’re a woman. This isn’t someone cheating or trying to do anything beyond competing.

The rule is only changing because the rest of the field aren’t good enough at their profession to beat Semenya. I’d love to know how many of her competitors are drugged to the hilt.

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General discussion / Re: Caster Semenya New Ruling
« on: April 25, 2018, 02:49:42 PM »
Changing the rules because of one athlete is total nonsense. Makes middle distance runnnig look like a closed shop of elitist jackasses.

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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: April 24, 2018, 09:49:49 PM »
Kilbane is on the sauce to think that isn’t a handball.

Or maybe he knows the rules. If that was deliberate, teams should start blasting the ball against defenders arms when inside the box. Handy penalties

The ref gave a very similar one at the other end at the beginning of the half against Roma. Not a peep from Kilbane.

Kevin Kilbane and many others in the same role would do well to remember the job of the colour commentator isn’t to cheerlead for whatever British team is playing.

Did you have a wee look at the rules there before you lifted the shovel??  ;D. Severely doubt the ref would have given it if the scoreline was a lot closer

..and yet he gave one at the other end with the score 2-0. He applied the rule exactly the same in both instances. Giving Milner a break because he was in the box would have been the cop out in this equation.

Trying to psychoanalyse a ref because he made a decision you didn’t like is a less than great hobby.

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