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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #780 on: February 11, 2018, 02:20:59 PM »
Pitch inspection done 15mins ago; game still on! Whats the Glenshane pass like??

Celtic Park.  Some pitch
What does one think now?

Best pitch in County . Nothing could withstand them showers which is what I intimated in my last post.  Wouldn't worry about the supporters. Our u12 hurlers made it to screen. No moaning either
it's 1 of the best pitches in the county. And it only so because nobody plays on it! Loup has a pitch equal to it. Ballinderry's pitch is close also. Ballinascreen has a great surface. Glen and Bellaghy have great facilities. That's just for starters so get off your high horse. We are missing a trick. To my knowledge,Glen,Bellaghy and Ballinascreen can all host county games. So why are we taking games to the city when we are playing so poorly in front of poor crowd's?

Were they playable today? Careful now I'm not long back up the road. Celtic park will usually  be best option in poor weather as it's best surface in the county. Serious chip on your shoulder. Imagine all i said was that it was some pitch. Big crowds are a thing of the past in a Derry for county games.  The lads from Malin have no issue going to  Ballybofey.  Maybe that's the difference in 2 counties. Less moaning out of them boys



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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #781 on: February 11, 2018, 02:30:27 PM »
Pitch inspection done 15mins ago; game still on! Whats the Glenshane pass like??

Celtic Park.  Some pitch
What does one think now?

Best pitch in County . Nothing could withstand them showers which is what I intimated in my last post.  Wouldn't worry about the supporters. Our u12 hurlers made it to screen. No moaning either
it's 1 of the best pitches in the county. And it only so because nobody plays on it! Loup has a pitch equal to it. Ballinderry's pitch is close also. Ballinascreen has a great surface. Glen and Bellaghy have great facilities. That's just for starters so get off your high horse. We are missing a trick. To my knowledge,Glen,Bellaghy and Ballinascreen can all host county games. So why are we taking games to the city when we are playing so poorly in front of poor crowd's?

It because we can use apostrophes correctly.

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« Reply #782 on: February 11, 2018, 02:48:28 PM »
Pitch inspection done 15mins ago; game still on! Whats the Glenshane pass like??

Celtic Park.  Some pitch
What does one think now?

Best pitch in County . Nothing could withstand them showers which is what I intimated in my last post.  Wouldn't worry about the supporters. Our u12 hurlers made it to screen. No moaning either
it's 1 of the best pitches in the county. And it only so because nobody plays on it! Loup has a pitch equal to it. Ballinderry's pitch is close also. Ballinascreen has a great surface. Glen and Bellaghy have great facilities. That's just for starters so get off your high horse. We are missing a trick. To my knowledge,Glen,Bellaghy and Ballinascreen can all host county games. So why are we taking games to the city when we are playing so poorly in front of poor crowd's?

It because we can use apostrophes correctly.
Structuring a sentence properly seems to be beyond you though!!!

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« Reply #783 on: February 11, 2018, 03:25:24 PM »
One idiot's actions (or perceived actions in this case) shouldn't tarnish the club he plays for.
Well that depends, did the club wash their hands of him or did they go crying to the county board to get his suspension lessened and give him the all clear to keep representing them?

Hahahahaha, that’s rich coming from a loup man. Did your club wash their hands of any players in recent years? Some of them belonged in Maghaberry. Ballinsacreen club backed a player they believed to be innocent. No different to what any other club would do. So unless you were at the match, saw what happened, and have something more to offer other than useless antagonism, pipe down.

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« Reply #784 on: February 11, 2018, 05:53:41 PM »
Today’s @UlsterGAA match v @GortinGAA has unfortunately been postponed due to the weather https://t.co/HZ9tTJ9npN

The sleet showers were bad alright in the city today

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« Reply #785 on: February 11, 2018, 05:54:31 PM »
One idiot's actions (or perceived actions in this case) shouldn't tarnish the club he plays for.
Well that depends, did the club wash their hands of him or did they go crying to the county board to get his suspension lessened and give him the all clear to keep representing them?

Hahahahaha, that’s rich coming from a loup man. Did your club wash their hands of any players in recent years? Some of them belonged in Maghaberry. Ballinsacreen club backed a player they believed to be innocent. No different to what any other club would do. So unless you were at the match, saw what happened, and have something more to offer other than useless antagonism, pipe down.

Is that a no then? Pipe down? Or what? You'll send McSorley after me with a hurl? Is that the Draperstown way now?

Dirty wee club with a dirty wee mentality standing by a dirty wee player.

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« Reply #786 on: February 11, 2018, 06:16:06 PM »
One idiot's actions (or perceived actions in this case) shouldn't tarnish the club he plays for.
Well that depends, did the club wash their hands of him or did they go crying to the county board to get his suspension lessened and give him the all clear to keep representing them?

Hahahahaha, that’s rich coming from a loup man. Did your club wash their hands of any players in recent years? Some of them belonged in Maghaberry. Ballinsacreen club backed a player they believed to be innocent. No different to what any other club would do. So unless you were at the match, saw what happened, and have something more to offer other than useless antagonism, pipe down.

Is that a no then? Pipe down? Or what? You'll send McSorley after me with a hurl? Is that the Draperstown way now?

Dirty wee club with a dirty wee mentality standing by a dirty wee player.

Classy comment, from a classy lad, from the least classy club in Derry.

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« Reply #787 on: February 11, 2018, 07:32:56 PM »
Today’s @UlsterGAA match v @GortinGAA has unfortunately been postponed due to the weather https://t.co/HZ9tTJ9npN

The sleet showers were bad alright in the city today
Some pitch. That is the main thing.

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« Reply #788 on: February 11, 2018, 09:03:06 PM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

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« Reply #789 on: February 11, 2018, 10:25:32 PM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

Too right Tickle.

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Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« Reply #790 on: February 11, 2018, 11:19:24 PM »
Today’s @UlsterGAA match v @GortinGAA has unfortunately been postponed due to the weather https://t.co/HZ9tTJ9npN

The sleet showers were bad alright in the city today
At least we were on the ball by informing gortin at 9.15 am before they travelled. Even sent them a pic. Lol
you've only had enough to drink when you cant hold onto the ground

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« Reply #791 on: February 12, 2018, 09:51:47 AM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

I want to apologise to everyone for my bad language last night and to restore pride. I was having a few drinks and you know the craic like, so I would like to say this in response

Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

Thanks y’wall

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« Reply #792 on: February 12, 2018, 10:24:53 AM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

I want to apologise to everyone for my bad language last night and to restore pride. I was having a few drinks and you know the craic like, so I would like to say this in response

Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

Thanks y’wall

To it starts producing county footballers you can ram your city up your hole.

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« Reply #793 on: February 12, 2018, 10:50:44 AM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

I want to apologise to everyone for my bad language last night and to restore pride. I was having a few drinks and you know the craic like, so I would like to say this in response

Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

Thanks y’wall

To it starts producing county footballers you can ram your city up your hole.

Derry county teams don't win championships these days without city boys on the team!

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« Reply #794 on: February 12, 2018, 11:16:11 PM »
Take your anti-city bias and ram it up your hole.

Too right Tickle.
Take your anti-Steelstown bias and stick it up your apostrophe!