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Is Rochford hinting he may step aside? if he does i can imagine James Horan will return to the Mayo hot seat.
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Anyone from outside Dublin playing inter county football is wasting their time if truth is told .

They are pawns .  County boards putting big money in to county teams to chasing Dublin need to reassess this policy .  This money could be put to far better use in clubs
More to inter county football than just winning the All Ireland or trying to get to Dublins level, this is why i feel the league should be made more important than bringing in a super 8 to separate the haves and have nots even further.
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Kerry will eventually, Mayo maybe might get one more chance, everyone else have no hope.


Kerry will immediately, Mayo are done and as for th rest of us, Tyrone could possibly however they are mired in a draconian tactical situation and their leader does not seem to have a clue as to how to change from his defensive mindset.
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Anyone from outside Dublin playing inter county football is wasting their time if truth is told .

They are pawns .  County boards putting big money in to county teams to chasing Dublin need to reassess this policy .  This money could be put to far better use in clubs

Joe public couldn't give a toss about club football, and hence it will never be a money spinner. Such a defeatist, regressive attitude will only mean the sport's decline is even faster than it already is.
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To be honest at this stage in at least 26 counties the IC team is taking huge resources and holding back the majority of players .   Is the county team in say Kildare , Leitrim , Antrim and Waterford worth the resources allocated not to mention opportunity cost .

The Super 8 next year will lay the whole farce bare next year .
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Anyone from outside Dublin playing inter county football is wasting their time if truth is told .

They are pawns .  County boards putting big money in to county teams to chasing Dublin need to reassess this policy .  This money could be put to far better use in clubs

Joe public couldn't give a toss about club football, and hence it will never be a money spinner. Such a defeatist, regressive attitude will only mean the sport's decline is even faster than it already is.
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Anyone from outside Dublin playing inter county football is wasting their time if truth is told .

They are pawns .  County boards putting big money in to county teams to chasing Dublin need to reassess this policy .  This money could be put to far better use in clubs
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GAA Discussion / Re: All Ireland Football Final 2017 Mayo V Dublin
« Last post by Syferus on Today at 12:45:09 AM »
This site is inhabited by a small number of fair minded, balanced individuals but in the main by a bunch of hate filled cnuts! its hard to work out which particular group here is worse, the bitter, chip on the shoulder Northern haters or the desperate delusional Mayo Dub hating contingent?? Always someone else's' fault. Always an excuse no matter how you fcuk up yourselves. Denial lads - it ain't a bleedin river in Egypt 😀

I suppose it doesn't matter a fcuk! It's just brilliant and an honour to bear witness to this Dublin team, the way they play the game, the skill, the mental resolve and their pure never say die ability to win tough football matches. And you know what lads your jealousy, hatred, pathetic small minded innuendos & lies just makes our triumphs so much the sweeter.

As we've come to say in Dublin GAA circles fcuk the haters and most definitely fcuk the begrudgers! See y'all again in 12 months COYBIB! #4inarow

You know Sam is truly resting in the capital when this man logs in to have his yearly outburst

That account is likely a troll rather than a real Dublin supporter.
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GAA Discussion / Re: All Ireland Football Final 2017 Mayo V Dublin
« Last post by criostlinn on Today at 12:36:33 AM »
This site is inhabited by a small number of fair minded, balanced individuals but in the main by a bunch of hate filled cnuts! its hard to work out which particular group here is worse, the bitter, chip on the shoulder Northern haters or the desperate delusional Mayo Dub hating contingent?? Always someone else's' fault. Always an excuse no matter how you fcuk up yourselves. Denial lads - it ain't a bleedin river in Egypt 😀

I suppose it doesn't matter a fcuk! It's just brilliant and an honour to bear witness to this Dublin team, the way they play the game, the skill, the mental resolve and their pure never say die ability to win tough football matches. And you know what lads your jealousy, hatred, pathetic small minded innuendos & lies just makes our triumphs so much the sweeter.

As we've come to say in Dublin GAA circles fcuk the haters and most definitely fcuk the begrudgers! See y'all again in 12 months COYBIB! #4inarow

You know Sam is truly resting in the capital when this man logs in to have his yearly outburst
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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Last post by on the sideline on Today at 12:18:16 AM »
If you're from Errigal and 5 of your neighbours have a chance of winning an All Ireland medal, you might want to go and support them yourself. It's not about what's the biggest crowd puller, it is about respecting both the men and ladies of that club enough to compromise.

One of the Errigal ladies was PRO for the (joint) club last year - she pulls her weight in ways that many spectators wouldn't, and yet that counts for nothing.

This has made me really cross.

It's very poor form on behalf of the ccc to have fixed these games on the same day as the ladies All Ireland Final in the first place. Worse still that they are refusing to budge on the matter.  Regardless what anyone says on the number of supporters going to Dublin it is Tyrone playing in an All Ireland Final and there should have been no fixtures made for the same day as that game, certainly not championship fixtures where club members and indeed family's are being asked to choose between which child/brother/sister to go and watch or support. That in itself is inexcusable imo. There seems to be next to no liaison between the men and ladies county board when it comes to the scheduling of championship matches in particular - surely it would stand to sense for them to get in touch to avoid clashes like we're seeing here and have already seen a few weeks ago with the ladies county final.
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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Last post by on the sideline on Today at 12:10:20 AM »
Personally I thought it would of been moved to a floodlit game in Omagh at a later time on Sunday. A tight Pomeroy pitch should suit Carmen better against an athletic and youthful errigal team tho. Need all the luck we can get for Sunday.

Pomeroy is not a tight pitch!
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