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DUP b**tards and Jim Allister falling over themselves to try and make political hay out of it. Gobshites.

RIP Lyra McKee.

As were Sinn Féin Mary Lou really is hard to stomach.

Was in creggan today and it all smacked of political opportunism. Mary Lou with rainbow flag in hand, hugging Gregory Campbell who had the audacity to show his face in creggan after lambasting the Bloody Sunday victimS

Poor Lyra, God rest her poor soul . A waste of a strong intelligent woman in her prime.

Get back to work ffs Sinn Féin and Dup
Sorry for you loss Zigg. It’s actually all our loss In fairness chief that’s a load of bollix. SF has steadfastly stood for the peace process and also for the rights of the LGBT and other minorities. I agree that seeing Gregory there was quite sickening given what he stands for but love her or hate her you can’t tar ML with the same brush

Most striking aspect of community event today in creggan was that there was very few locals. Once sinn Féin appeared, people got well put off. And that dear sir is your issue in a nutshell.
Sinn fein have no cred anymore in working class derry. Nobidy believes them. Nobody trusts them. Yes they correctly championed LGBT rights but today was not the time to grab the flag

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General discussion / Re: More Dissident-Republican Activity
« on: April 19, 2019, 08:30:21 PM »
DUP b**tards and Jim Allister falling over themselves to try and make political hay out of it. Gobshites.

RIP Lyra McKee.

As were Sinn Féin Mary Lou really is hard to stomach.

Was in creggan today and it all smacked of political opportunism. Mary Lou with rainbow flag in hand, hugging Gregory Campbell who had the audacity to show his face in creggan after lambasting the Bloody Sunday victimS

Poor Lyra, God rest her poor soul . A waste of a strong intelligent woman in her prime.

Get back to work ffs Sinn Féin and Dup

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General discussion / Re: More Dissident-Republican Activity
« on: April 19, 2019, 03:39:21 PM »
Ffs, all of a sudden Arlene and Michelle best friend. Part of the problem thb



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General discussion / Re: The Masters 2019
« on: April 16, 2019, 12:20:02 AM »
Canny take to thon McIlroy boy  at all..

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General discussion / Re: Derry Girls - Channel 4
« on: April 10, 2019, 03:30:11 PM »
As a Derry City man, far too many dodgy Belfast accents in there. Michelle and Auntie are Derry in the sod.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 30, 2019, 09:41:18 PM »
Two naive enough teams today i thought

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General discussion / Re: Kerbsy, Kerby or Cribby?
« on: March 29, 2019, 02:57:33 PM »
In Derry City its called kerbsy or padsy. Never heard cribby until this week

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I would never support the NI football team for the simple reason that I don't even believe the statelet has the right to exist in the first place. I am sure every nationalist agrees with me and tbh I find it really difficult to understand how any catholic could support them let alone go to their games.

NI is a deeply sectarian place [hold the front page] as a result of the words and actions of the very people who are the OWC's biggest supporters. The same people looking us to go to Windsor and support NI are the exact same people who are swaggering down the streets all summer every summer, putting up offensive flags and beating a big drum and hoping that the fenians are cowering in their hovels, too afraid to come out.

The NI team is a lightning rod for these type of people and should be anathema for any self respecting Irish person IMO. Just because the bigots mostly manage to suppress their hatred for all things Irish/Catholic for a couple of hours while at the match does not change the fact that its a loyalist team for a loyalist people.

For those who say this is a 2 way street and that nationalists are also sectarian, that is just another excuse to pander to loyalist sectarianism.

It is Unionists who have fostered and fomented sectarianism in NI to keep their perceived supremacy over the fenians for centuries. This video is just a small example of that hatred being expressed for all the world to see.

The IFA 'Football For All' is a just a different version of Terence O'Neills 'treat them all right and they will become just like good protestants' as far as I am concerned.

Sin é

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This is not new. It will never change. Most Catholics know this and have made a decision to accept that Windsor nor supporting NI will ever fit with their identity.

Best to just ignore

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 22, 2019, 04:59:32 PM »
Could indeed be very tight for a few teams this year. Dolan's will be better than last year if pre season is anything to go by. Big numbers apparently, and they'll be hoping Alan Grant is available a lot more this year as he's a serious footballer as well.
Glack to be my surprise package this year. Positive results in pre-season and have a good strong core to the team, commitment though is their achilles heel. Will be interesting to see how they get on this Sunday at home to Ballerin.
Ardmore or Colmcille could go through the season without a win unfortunately. Both will be targeting the other to get points on the board. Commitment could wane if a few heavy defeats are experienced in the first few games. Hopefully not

League: Slaughtmanus
Championship: Glack

Alan Grant to be out 3-6 months with hip surgery and eill target christy ring if he can make it back

Ardmore being squeezed by other clubs and suffering from players at underage travelling across town to play with other clubs.

Its a testament to how easy football is to get going when a few of these clubs haven't fielded much at underage in years


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General discussion / Re: Peppa Pig accused of sexism
« on: March 20, 2019, 08:25:51 AM »
Peppa Pig one of the best shows on TV.

Daddy Pig does get a raw deal, heart definitely goes out to him. From trying to put up pictures on the wall to having to take Peppa to work with him to getting slagged off for not being sport enough. Plus they are never done fat-shaming the man and him the only one who works in that house.He has it rough. Peppa is a bit of a wee bitch and could do with a kick up the hole on occasion.

Mr Bull a total legend. Anything to be rootin and tearing about in his digger.
A Tree falls down...."Lets dig up the roooooooad!!"
A leaky tap...."Lets dig up the roooooooad!!"
The lights go out...."Lets dig up the roooooooad!!"
We're out of milk...."Lets dig up the roooooooad!!"

And Mr Fox and his fella....2 dodgier boyos you couldnt meet.

Pedro Pony is personal fave though...always wearing the wrong clothes and slow to catch on but hes definitely smarter than he lets on.

Class

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 20, 2019, 08:22:14 AM »
Big crowd expected in Celtic park this weekend? If it's a good day i'm hopeful there might be 500.

Be interesting to see if Leitrim supporters  out number Derry.  Leitrim people  might be willing to travel in decent numbers for at least two hours to support their country. Will Derry people travel 30 minutes to one hour or take their so called principled stance because it’s not in their backyard.  More bull shit excuses from people no doubt.
So, did your dream come true?  Were there more Leitrim supporters than Derry supporters?

Look you'd be better off giving that phone back to your mammy.

Wouldnt worry bout it ONEDerry that man doesnt even know Steelstown is in Shantallow not Culmore
Steelstown had 13 players on the 'Cathair Dhoire' panel which played in the MacLarnon final on Monday. Not one lives in Shantallow.

Exactly
You might have bother (again) explaining that one!

Start targeting Shantallow for players. Massive opportunity. Not sure many of those 13are from culmore either to be fair, good spread
Surprised you aren't sure.  Thought you knew the area well.

Sigh

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 20, 2019, 12:13:37 AM »
Big crowd expected in Celtic park this weekend? If it's a good day i'm hopeful there might be 500.

Be interesting to see if Leitrim supporters  out number Derry.  Leitrim people  might be willing to travel in decent numbers for at least two hours to support their country. Will Derry people travel 30 minutes to one hour or take their so called principled stance because it’s not in their backyard.  More bull shit excuses from people no doubt.
So, did your dream come true?  Were there more Leitrim supporters than Derry supporters?

Look you'd be better off giving that phone back to your mammy.

Wouldnt worry bout it ONEDerry that man doesnt even know Steelstown is in Shantallow not Culmore
Steelstown had 13 players on the 'Cathair Dhoire' panel which played in the MacLarnon final on Monday. Not one lives in Shantallow.

Exactly
You might have bother (again) explaining that one!

Start targeting Shantallow for players. Massive opportunity. Not sure many of those 13are from culmore either to be fair, good spread

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 19, 2019, 11:32:01 PM »
Big crowd expected in Celtic park this weekend? If it's a good day i'm hopeful there might be 500.

Be interesting to see if Leitrim supporters  out number Derry.  Leitrim people  might be willing to travel in decent numbers for at least two hours to support their country. Will Derry people travel 30 minutes to one hour or take their so called principled stance because it’s not in their backyard.  More bull shit excuses from people no doubt.
So, did your dream come true?  Were there more Leitrim supporters than Derry supporters?

Look you'd be better off giving that phone back to your mammy.

Wouldnt worry bout it ONEDerry that man doesnt even know Steelstown is in Shantallow not Culmore
Steelstown had 13 players on the 'Cathair Dhoire' panel which played in the MacLarnon final on Monday. Not one lives in Shantallow.

Exactly

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Derry / Re: Derry Club Football & Hurling
« on: March 19, 2019, 07:50:42 PM »
Big crowd expected in Celtic park this weekend? If it's a good day i'm hopeful there might be 500.

Be interesting to see if Leitrim supporters  out number Derry.  Leitrim people  might be willing to travel in decent numbers for at least two hours to support their country. Will Derry people travel 30 minutes to one hour or take their so called principled stance because it’s not in their backyard.  More bull shit excuses from people no doubt.
So, did your dream come true?  Were there more Leitrim supporters than Derry supporters?

Look you'd be better off giving that phone back to your mammy.

Wouldnt worry bout it ONEDerry that man doesnt even know Steelstown is in Shantallow not Culmore

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