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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: Today at 12:10:51 AM »
You can get treated for the leakage CB

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: Today at 12:10:01 AM »
Anyone that's knows anything about hurling will know what way Sunday's big game is going to go.  Cushendall have worked hard this year and will reap the rewards come Sunday.  Dunloy can rattle up big scores against the  Division 2 teams of the world (conceding almost 20 points in to the bargain!).  Take the blinkers off people, it's going to be a comfortable win for the Dall.

MR2 still kissing ass I see, you'll get a big appointment yet.

You obviously didn't see the Carey v Tir Na nOg game Mark O'Neill officiated.

Your posts tell me enough about you, everyone can see through you.

Most people think it will be a close game, I can't see Dunloy getting within 7 points.

Talking to a lot of Dunloy supporters, they think they have it won already.

They will get there eyes opened on Sunday. 


You obviously don't know me, as kissing ass isn't my thing, my life in general would be better if I did lol!

Stop worrying about the ref hirty!

Most poster believe you, only one other has went for Dunloy on here!

Dead on hirty...  keep taking the tablets

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: September 22, 2017, 10:52:46 PM »
Anyone that's knows anything about hurling will know what way Sunday's big game is going to go.  Cushendall have worked hard this year and will reap the rewards come Sunday.  Dunloy can rattle up big scores against the  Division 2 teams of the world (conceding almost 20 points in to the bargain!).  Take the blinkers off people, it's going to be a comfortable win for the Dall.

MR2 still kissing ass I see, you'll get a big appointment yet.

You obviously didn't see the Carey v Tir Na nOg game Mark O'Neill officiated.

You obviously don't know me, as kissing ass isn't my thing, my life in general would be better if I did lol!

Stop worrying about the ref hirty!

Most poster believe you, only one other has went for Dunloy on here!

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 22, 2017, 02:59:21 PM »
Short term? We've been rattling around for many years, no team stays at the top long, no deflection with the underage talent either... Its just a cycle, ive mentioned that a lot also... may take us another 20 years to get back at Croke again

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 22, 2017, 02:45:32 PM »
The only team to achieve any national success from Antrim recently was St Galls and to do so they had to pillage from every corner of Ulster and Belfast.  I know of few stand out players from others counties playing in Antrim that would be an addition to the current squad if even they were persuaded to do so therefore.....

we need a short term stability solution with a long term plan to back it all up.  I see the pride derry and tyrone men have in playing for their county and I feel its just not the same for antrim.  A lot of clubmen feel disconnected with the county, so a initiative to garner a connection needs to be implemented.  Schools need to be targeted properly, not just lip service paid.  Regarding management, All we ask is for a man and team with a proper CV to bring us forward, whether he be outside or not.  The days of 'I took Sarsfields minors for a year' are gone if we are serious about progressing antrim football.  Make no mistake, I see people on hear talking about unlunkcy to get relegated and such like.  Last year was a joke. No team (players & management), and Ill repeat NO Team is unlucky to get relegated. You've either been rubbish or out of your depth in the first place.

People speak of a centre of excellence.  Is dunsilly going to be the biggest white elephant and worst thought of plan ever?  bite the bullet and choose Cargin or Ballymena and sink proper funds into it to create a stand with terracing and a base to operate both hurling and football from.

You are leaving out other clubs in your rant lad... but carry on

Hardly a rant - 2 lines - sensitive soul?    Sorry, St Pauls were guilty of a bit of it too but 2000 was a marketing disaster.  If you don't believe St Galls were the biggest beneficiaries or exponents of a successful transfer system in Belfast and Co Antrim Senior football then you are clearly deluded.   All clubs have transferees yes, point taken, but none so much as St Galls. Still doesn't get away from the fact that Antrim clubs or county cant seem to achieve success solely with their own men. I'm sure you have your own reasons and explanations for that.......But that digresses from my main post point that you appear to have missed so feel free to re-read at your leisure

Again you leave out the SW clubs that have used this transfer system you refer to, we won god knows how many juvenile titles with players that were in the club from under 12, could we have went on and won the big one? Yep i fully believe we would have, one or two players dont make a team/panel

as for discussing the main topic, I've done it many times, if you dont feel like reading through my posts thats your problem

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GAA Discussion / Re: All Ireland Football Final 2017 Mayo V Dublin
« on: September 22, 2017, 11:51:18 AM »
Throwing the gps at direction of the ball/player has been blown all out out proportion in my view, an act of desperation that is the same as someone shouting at a player taking a free or goal keeper banging the cross bar or the player throwing his hurl at the ball to try and block it... it's the final moments of an All Ireland final!

 Third defeat by a single  point ! Give the man a break ffs! The amount of off the ball crap that goes on in games and this incident gets the headlines!!

Lord save me, I have heard this pathetic refrain far too much over the last few days.
"Sure we'd all do it!"
Give me a break.
I played the game for 20 years and I never saw anything like this happening on the field.
It is 100% inexcusable.
If you have no problem with Keegan throwing the GPS monitor, then answer me this, what would have happened if Dean Rock missed?

First off you never played with a GPS and secondly you've never played in an All Ireland final.. So you havent lost 3 finals by a single point and looking very close to losing number 4, you've also never put in the commitment these lads have put in also... You have watched football and you have watched the Meath teams of the past that roughed up players in regular games? they didnt do it say hello they were laying down a marker, bullying their opposite number and thus gaining an advantage...

Spin it any way you want but thats breaking the rules and lowering the ethics of the sport

To answer your question had Rock missed it and the referee seen it or his linesmen, then I'm sure he'd have booked Keegan and moved the ball forward. Joe played the advantage rule on that I dont know and its pointless as the ball flew over the bar and Dublin won

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 22, 2017, 10:04:16 AM »
The only team to achieve any national success from Antrim recently was St Galls and to do so they had to pillage from every corner of Ulster and Belfast.  I know of few stand out players from others counties playing in Antrim that would be an addition to the current squad if even they were persuaded to do so therefore.....

we need a short term stability solution with a long term plan to back it all up.  I see the pride derry and tyrone men have in playing for their county and I feel its just not the same for antrim.  A lot of clubmen feel disconnected with the county, so a initiative to garner a connection needs to be implemented.  Schools need to be targeted properly, not just lip service paid.  Regarding management, All we ask is for a man and team with a proper CV to bring us forward, whether he be outside or not.  The days of 'I took Sarsfields minors for a year' are gone if we are serious about progressing antrim football.  Make no mistake, I see people on hear talking about unlunkcy to get relegated and such like.  Last year was a joke. No team (players & management), and Ill repeat NO Team is unlucky to get relegated. You've either been rubbish or out of your depth in the first place.

People speak of a centre of excellence.  Is dunsilly going to be the biggest white elephant and worst thought of plan ever?  bite the bullet and choose Cargin or Ballymena and sink proper funds into it to create a stand with terracing and a base to operate both hurling and football from.

You are leaving out other clubs in your rant lad... but carry on

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 22, 2017, 08:27:36 AM »
We've a Antrim man who managed at the highest level and won an All Ireland club CB... played for Antrim for many years and won Ulster club himself during his playing days... is that the type of man you're looking for?
Indeed....but would  e bring along a few players...and quickly establish a training facility......Owenbeag on the Falls... :)

Well the Falls park was good enough to win Ulsters and All Irelands, so not a bad idea CB, what's your secret for all your success? Wouldn't be outside managers or players, oh wait, the gift that keeps on giving lol

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GAA Discussion / Re: Is it finally time for two refs for all county games
« on: September 22, 2017, 07:49:59 AM »
That headline in the link should also have

If a dub did what O'Gara did ... oh wait gouging is fine

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 22, 2017, 07:47:32 AM »
We've a Antrim man who managed at the highest level and won an All Ireland club CB... played for Antrim for many years and won Ulster club himself during his playing days... is that the type of man you're looking for?

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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« on: September 21, 2017, 10:27:27 PM »
Last year we probably had the youngest antrim team we have had in along time. How many of these minors and u21s are shining brightly in our own division 1 or 2 leagues, i totally agree that the manager who ever it is needs a long term of 5 years at least but the cost of that if yearly figures are correct will be beyond us no matter how many breakfast mornings we have. With all respect we will probably go with the cheapest option will u still give your support then bannside as that wont be your man.
Still no actuall names of these players we r going to have giving their arms for antrim. Lets help out the new management by naming the best talent in the county that they should call on.

I'd say most people would want 25 committed players who buy in to what the new management team wants. You can work wonders with that sort of attitude.. players need to commit and so do clubs, I think we (clubs) demand more from these players and  the knock on effect is more effort for club than county, think if we were a top county you'd see a different approach from players, as it is they feel winking with their club is best chance of silverware

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: September 21, 2017, 02:02:24 PM »
Getting the excuses out early... no rain, pitch in better condition (should the minor game be on before it) best defence against a better pacy forward line.. experienced Dall team against a youthful team who have won under 21 recently and previous minor finals and another one to come possibly!!

A Great experienced referee who'll be up with play and knows the rules inside out! Knows the players and management too.. the best team on the day will generally win, the odd mistake will happen but it won't determine the result!!

I feel it may be a year early for Dunloy so I'm going for Cushendall to win by one!

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: September 20, 2017, 11:22:21 PM »
Was a decent game and Betis deserved their win, eggs in all in one basket now for Madrid

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GAA Discussion / Re: All Ireland Football Final 2017 Mayo V Dublin
« on: September 20, 2017, 11:20:47 PM »
Throwing the gps at direction of the ball/player has been blown all out out proportion in my view, an act of desperation that is the same as someone shouting at a player taking a free or goal keeper banging the cross bar or the player throwing his hurl at the ball to try and block it... it's the final moments of an All Ireland final!

 Third defeat by a single  point ! Give the man a break ffs! The amount of off the ball crap that goes on in games and this incident gets the headlines!!

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: September 20, 2017, 09:17:23 PM »
Good to see Shaw getting some minutes..

Hopefully got him no more injuries

That's still s strong attacking team out there

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