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Some amount of Dub bashing all over the press since yesterday, itís become a bit embarrassing to be honest and I say that as a non Dub. Itís aimed at taking away from what is an exceptional group of players who come along once in a lifetime. The Dubs will always be competitive due to sheer numbers alone and I think most people would think it only right that money be spread equitably across all counties but the timing of the drip drip media articles in a season when they are going for 5 in a row is no coincidence. Media hacks and ex players playing the populist card.

To be fair Dublin players and fans have been the pawns in all of this! Not that they are complaining. Why would they? What annoys most is their total denial that funds have helped them prosper. And there is a must try harder for the rest of us. But don't expect financial help.

Not at all, Money is a key component but its mutiple factors that contribute to the success of this team and stated above and forever and ever, the grant money recieved, which is peoples main argument, none of the current squad benefited from that money.

Dublin have advantages absolutley, some have always been there, some are new.

Also, Gents, you cant be taking KerryforSam for real, he/she is on the wind up, best ignored.

I have him/her on ignore.

How do you do that

Profile, account settings. There's an option to ignore posters if you want.

Thanks for that I did the same.

fair play

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GAA Discussion / Re: Time take Dublin out of Croke Park?
« on: June 25, 2019, 05:54:24 PM »
When will croke park see sense to take Dublin out of croke park? Leinster championship is ruined.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 05:49:57 PM »
McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon.

Rubbish

I'd actually love to know where people pull these figures from?

I think the figure tells you how seriously you should take kerryforsam19.

Well one or two more are throwing out the same regarding other managers. When asked to provide the evidence they go missing.

Empty vessels..................

Mick O'Dwyer had a apartment and car provided by kildare county board. I know that for a fact as he Micko good friends with my father in law. He was paid too.

Refer to my previous post.

They could have provided him with a better car so.

Sure he was doing for love of the game. Same with Brian Lacey, Karl Dwyer, John Divilly, Cathal Sheridan and the OConnor brothers(playing with moorefield) and Seanie Johnston.

Sure thing. It's not like Kerry GAA ever has an outsider amongst their ranks. Oh God no.

Homegrown talent all the way. Peter Keane or backroom of team  don't get a penny bar expenses.

You seem to know a good few Kildare imports butnone from Kerry?

I'll leave that one with you.

Kerry footballers don't have any outside manager/players... the hurlers had a couple lads from Tipp. Sure they was 16 kerry footballers on pitch when best us in 98 😉😉

Ah now we're getting to the nub of your problem. 21 years years ago and it still hurts. And you know what? That goal was prefectly legit. Makes it worse doesn't it? The fact that ye've hammered us in recent years doesn't even make up the hurt. We didn't go on to win yhe AI but it was a pleasure to see the animals green that day.

Its good to talk though.

Haha and no medals for winning that 🤣🤣🤣 big bottle job in final. Listen we wouldn't grumble about the referee. We just didn't show on the day. MF Russell and maurice Fitz weren't fully that day either. Karl was the best Kerry player on the field 😉

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 05:24:00 PM »
McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon.

Rubbish

I'd actually love to know where people pull these figures from?

I think the figure tells you how seriously you should take kerryforsam19.

Well one or two more are throwing out the same regarding other managers. When asked to provide the evidence they go missing.

Empty vessels..................

Mick O'Dwyer had a apartment and car provided by kildare county board. I know that for a fact as he Micko good friends with my father in law. He was paid too.

Refer to my previous post.

They could have provided him with a better car so.

Sure he was doing for love of the game. Same with Brian Lacey, Karl Dwyer, John Divilly, Cathal Sheridan and the OConnor brothers(playing with moorefield) and Seanie Johnston.

Sure thing. It's not like Kerry GAA ever has an outsider amongst their ranks. Oh God no.

Homegrown talent all the way. Peter Keane or backroom of team  don't get a penny bar expenses.

You seem to know a good few Kildare imports butnone from Kerry?

I'll leave that one with you.

Kerry footballers don't have any outside manager/players... the hurlers had a couple lads from Tipp. Sure they was 16 kerry footballers on pitch when ye beat us in 98

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 04:59:18 PM »
McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon.

Rubbish

I'd actually love to know where people pull these figures from?

I think the figure tells you how seriously you should take kerryforsam19.

Well one or two more are throwing out the same regarding other managers. When asked to provide the evidence they go missing.

Empty vessels..................

Mick O'Dwyer had a apartment and car provided by kildare county board. I know that for a fact as he Micko good friends with my father in law. He was paid too.

Refer to my previous post.

They could have provided him with a better car so.

Sure he was doing for love of the game. Same with Brian Lacey, Karl Dwyer, John Divilly, Cathal Sheridan and the OConnor brothers(playing with moorefield) and Seanie Johnston.

Sure thing. It's not like Kerry GAA ever has an outsider amongst their ranks. Oh God no.

Homegrown talent all the way. Peter Keane or backroom of team  don't get a penny bar expenses.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 03:45:36 PM »
McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon.

Rubbish

I'd actually love to know where people pull these figures from?

I think the figure tells you how seriously you should take kerryforsam19.

Well one or two more are throwing out the same regarding other managers. When asked to provide the evidence they go missing.

Empty vessels..................

Mick O'Dwyer had a apartment and car provided by kildare county board. I know that for a fact as he Micko good friends with my father in law. He was paid too.

Refer to my previous post.

They could have provided him with a better car so.

Sure he was doing for love of the game. Same with Brian Lacey, Karl Dwyer, John Divilly, Cathal Sheridan and the OConnor brothers(playing with moorefield) and Seanie Johnston.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 02:28:36 PM »
McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon.

Rubbish

I'd actually love to know where people pull these figures from?

I think the figure tells you how seriously you should take kerryforsam19.

Well one or two more are throwing out the same regarding other managers. When asked to provide the evidence they go missing.

Empty vessels..................

Mick O'Dwyer had a apartment and car provided by kildare county board. I know that for a fact as he Micko good friends with my father in law. He was paid too.

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GAA Discussion / Re: We need to talk about Diarmuid
« on: June 25, 2019, 11:57:50 AM »
Cooper greatest player of all time

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GAA Discussion / Re: split the dubs in 4
« on: June 25, 2019, 11:08:57 AM »
Interesting proposal by former kildare football Eamon Ocallaghan for other leinster counties to withdraw from championship next year. Time for Leinster to act.

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GAA Discussion / Re: We need to talk about Diarmuid
« on: June 25, 2019, 10:55:05 AM »
Wasnt I same league as Colm Cooper, Peter Cananan or Kieran McDonald.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cillian O'Connor Recognition
« on: June 25, 2019, 08:34:43 AM »
What are the rumours about Cillian dropped for Down game? Was he the player that threw a strop in dressing room after Roscommon game when not brought on?Then again thought he was injured for game.??

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: June 25, 2019, 07:21:49 AM »
https://www.balls.ie/gaa/kevin-mcstay-dublin-funding-roscommon-412756

Quinn mustíve either selective hearing or didnít bother listening to McStay.

McStay was getting 150k a year managing Roscommon. Surely that money would gave better invested at grassroots?

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Did the Dublin team go to work today or were they all off on some recovery sessions for the day?

I remember back in the days of Whealan and Jayo the whole Dublin team after a championship game used to go out playing golf in Hollystown of a Monday courtesy of Oliver Barry. Struck me back then that they had it handy lifestyle wise.

Money and funding players lifestyles is a huge part of this and yesterday was like professionals against amateurs. The Dublin players can meet up regularly and train 3 to 4 times a day, that also makes a massive difference. The players themselves admit to this where they say they are all close knit and like a big family.

I'd say most of the Dublin panel don't do much in the line of work during the championship campaign and are basically full time Gaelic Footballers. This is the major advantage they have over every other team.

Some lads here are digging into the past and comparing Kerry and Dublins dominance back in the day. It was almost the same thing back then, all the Kerry lads had jobs fixed up for them back then and were earning money off washing machines and ovens and ranges, it was probably the same for the Dubs once they got up and running.

Bullshit Kerry players in 70s all worked hard. They were the greatest team of all time. This Dublin team is professional.  Ridiculous can train 3/4 times a day. Kerry only meet as group on a Tuesday and Thursday and play a v b on weekend

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