My young lad was called for a trial last year. He said it was the worse run farce he ever had the misfortune to be part of
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Not even if he played Main Street Ballygawley. Pure dung.History is made. The first time you've ever posted something I agree with
That **** frasier making a real p***k of himself (i know its not hard) on the protestant coalition site in relation to mandela, that bollocks will never grow upI can't understand why you're surprised. To be honest, like yourself, I went straight to Willie's site as I would have expected nothing less and, true to form, he didn't disappoint. I'm delighted, it shows him up for what he is. I hope Richard Haass and Meghan O'Sullivan get a chance to read it
You're quite correct. Their last dip in form only ran from 1967 until 1992I like the look of the fixture list from now until the end of the year. A lot of points should be got and I expect Utd to be well positioned by 2014.
What would a Man U fan be happy with now - top four finish ? Or is top 4 too am bitious given the form they're in currently ?
Top 4 is of course possible and I think Utd will be in the top 4 by the end of the year. If Utd do not finish in the top 4 it should trigger a lot of $$$$$ being poured into the squad so maybe it would be better long term to dip out of the CL to force the owners to change their attitude. Utd are Utd after all so any drop in form will not last long.
Im getting retweeted T F messages. Looks like he wants money for his GAA club so in that case; givve money to the opposition which i believe is the Shankill/Ardoyne!!!I hope you're joking with that suggestion
Very good Fr UnctuousA bouncer in it lost an eye in a fight one night.
It's all fun and games until that happens.
Someone was running was scissors
It's nothing to do with bitterness either. Forgive me as a can't remember the name but there's a young lad from somewhere in East Belfast who had his legs blown off in either Iraq or Afghanistan. I've seen him on a number of tv shows and he is courage and dignity personified. He's not angry, he's not filled with despair - he has accepted what has happened and now simply wants to move on with his life and, I imagine, needs all the support he can get.God be with the Middle Ages when the King led his country into battle. Methinks that if that tradition was about today there'd be far less wars
I have no issue with funds from poppy sales helping people like this out, providing whatever care and assistance may be required. What angers me is the likes of Blair, Brown and Cameron who sent the poor b**tards their in the first place having the temerity to encourage and pressure the wider population to give generously while they wash their hands of everything because they stick a poppy on their lapel for six weeks of the year.
He hasn't played Left Half-Forward for Tyrone since 2005, so they must have still been so impressed with his performances that year that they shunted him in tonight.Very good point
Despite the fact he carried a team to an All-Ireland Semi with little help.
What next? Cluxton to get an All-Star next year in the Forward line because he hits frees?