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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« Last post by nrico2006 on Today at 12:39:57 PM »
Dolores' inquest adjourned until 3 April, while coroner awaits various test results.

It's going to linger on
Do you have to?

is puzzling the moderators allow this disrespect on death thread to continue

It's more puzzling that people are waiting on here to see how Tony will respond to a death.

I certainly arent here waiting on his responses. I read the thread as I do any other...
More puzzling that it bothers or offends people.
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Cavan / Re: Official Cavan GAA Thread
« Last post by scoopmine on Today at 12:31:30 PM »
It all seems very negative anyway. The team the Celt put up with players in their 20s not on the panel would fairly rattle the panel we have now. The commitment to be in the panel must be savage. I still feel we will stay up.
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General discussion / Re: Clerical abuse!
« Last post by playwiththewind1st on Today at 12:26:17 PM »
Shuffling paedos around, from parish to parish, to avoid convictions = being complicit, in any right thinking person's interpretation.
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General discussion / Re: Dundalk FC acquired by US consortium.
« Last post by Il Bomber Destro on Today at 12:20:32 PM »
It could be a good thing! If it Keeps decently talented lads playing in Ireland It'd be great. Also may attract decent players to our League. The problem is you don't want/need a Celtic type dominance like there is in Scotland (at the moment)! But if one Club pushes on with the help of financial clout, it may spur a few more to get out of their comfort zone. Doing well in Europe is worth a lot of money in the present climate.

Celtic and Rangers have natural advantages in terms of fanbase etc that ensures they will always have a stranglehold over Scottish football - it's a bit like Dublin now in GAA, nobody can compete with the resources they have in terms of population, facilities, money, working arrangements.

It can only be a good thing for the LOI as it might attract more financial backing for other clubs and build the domestic game up here. Seamus Coleman is a good example of a player who was let go for a pittance and within a few years was a £20m rated player. LOI clubs simply cannot tie these players down on long term contracts thus it vastly reduce their transfer values. It would be good for Irish football to see a club with a bit of money being able to invest in bringing through academy players.
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General discussion / Re: Movie reccomendations
« Last post by Newbridge Exile on Today at 12:18:33 PM »
Been out now for a couple of years but only got round to watching Black Mass , very enjoyable film, I  had thought Johnny Depp was an odd choice to play Whitey Bulger but  he was superb in it.
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General discussion / Re: Derry Girls - Channel 4
« Last post by BennyCake on Today at 12:12:01 PM »
That Mrs Brown’s Boys is the biggest feed of shite on tv, followed closely by winning streak!!

Maybe so, but I wouldn't care about that if I was spinning thon wheel
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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« Last post by longballin on Today at 12:03:51 PM »
Dolores' inquest adjourned until 3 April, while coroner awaits various test results.

It's going to linger on
Do you have to?

is puzzling the moderators allow this disrespect on death thread to continue

It's more puzzling that people are waiting on here to see how Tony will respond to a death.

I certainly arent here waiting on his responses. I read the thread as I do any other...
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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by J70 on Today at 11:56:13 AM »
Not strictly the same thing, but Jack Wilshire has had a good season after his loan last year.

The likes of Kyle Walker, Danny Welbeck and Ryan Bertrand did well after loans, but in general I think it’s a fair point. Unless they’re still in their teens, if a player who is good enough won’t be loaned out. Hopefully it will benefit Grujic though as he is still relatively young. At least they’ve put the condition regarding playing time in there, so his time won’t be wasted.
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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« Last post by ONeill on Today at 11:49:12 AM »
Dolores' inquest adjourned until 3 April, while coroner awaits various test results.

It's going to linger on
Do you have to?

is puzzling the moderators allow this disrespect on death thread to continue

It's more puzzling that people are waiting on here to see how Tony will respond to a death.
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