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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 10:49:30 PM »

 get it or are you too stupid like your county team, idiot.

There you go again. You have an issue with an individual and you go insult a whole county - again. And then you get upset when I called you a p***k  ::)

Yeah. a 'stupid' county that you re wonderful team could only beat courtesy of dodgy refereeing and dodgy venue :-*

Why don t you just find like minded people to go and tell yourselves how great you all are?
You see Moysider that hubris is yere downside, we don't have to tell ourselves how great we are, it's our history, our culture, it is Kerry, one does not have to tell, one is,  but then you wont understand.

I understand perfectly.
You see ye had to tell yourselves how great ye were. Spillane, Jacko etc. trying to convince themselves and others it was the most important win ever ::) What was that about ;D. Looked suspiciously like ye wanted to tell yourselves how great ye are - there wasn t exactly a queue forming from outside Kerry ;D ;D
Looks like  some people in Kerry annoyed that others have not arrived bearing gifts for the new baby king in the kingdom.
Moysider we don't suffer from an inferiority complex, you see all-Ireland no.37 and counting and current champions, we bear our own gifts.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 10:18:29 PM »

 get it or are you too stupid like your county team, idiot.

There you go again. You have an issue with an individual and you go insult a whole county - again. And then you get upset when I called you a p***k  ::)

Yeah. a 'stupid' county that you re wonderful team could only beat courtesy of dodgy refereeing and dodgy venue :-*

Why don t you just find like minded people to go and tell yourselves how great you all are?
You see Moysider that hubris is yere downside, we don't have to tell ourselves how great we are, it's our history, our culture, it is Kerry, one does not have to tell, one is,  but then you wont understand.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 10:04:51 PM »
It was in the paper the next day.
Must have been the redtops

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 09:45:22 PM »
Huge blow for Donegal... Where do they go from here??

Hard to see themselves or Mayo in the mix next year now with their spiritual leaders gone!!

Your not seriously comparing Horan to McGuinness? Horan was successful in Connacht but failed to win an All Ireland. They were already competitive when he took over and had better players than Donegal. On the other hand Donegal were ranked something like 16-20th in the country when McGuinness took over and actually won an All Ireland and 3 Ulster titles in 4 years.

If Mayo had better players than Donegal then Mayo would have beaten Donegal. McGuinness did great things but those Donegal players aren't a herd of donkeys either.

We hammered them last year and imho would of given them a good rattle in the final this year but we didnt geta chance because cormac reilly and the GAA hierarchy made sure we didnt get a chance.
What a sad and bitter loser you are but sure that is yere lot really, sad, bitter and losers.

Go f**k yerself ye p***k.
What a skanger, typical loser speak, it's in yere genes, ye can't help it.
Just wondering, you're not that fatboy that came on the field in Limerick,  Mayo stay classy 8)

Just wondering, do you need a Geography lesson? You fool, the Moy doesn't flow through Castlebar!
Ah the Knockmore boyeen is trying to be cryptic, why don't you purchase that fantastic read, House of pain by keith duggan, it's yere history, how sad, a county of losers.
Em, FYI, I have it somewhere.

How am I being cryptic? Surely to God you know the Moy doesn't flow through Castlebar, and that the 'fatboy' as you described him was from there.
It was actually a sarcastic retort to your condescending post , when a fat mayo supporter encroaches on a field of play how are we supposed to know he was from Castlebar, the correlation was big fat Mayo supporter and the river which is located in Mayo, get it or are you too stupid like your county team, idiot.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 09:39:49 PM »

Try saving your pocket money and you might be able to afford to buy the lovely Mr. Reilly a Celtic cross, good boy.
Life must be very hard, imagine to never have experienced the sheer thrill of coming from an all-ireland winning  county, perennial losers, that's yere lot In life, sad and pathetic, it must really stick in your craw  :'(

I get by sweetie.

Your own craw seems a bit packed up though! What s the matter with you? Annoyed that everybody s not fawning over Kerry's greatest AI? Sure why care what other think?
"Sweetie", them's dangerous words unless you're a lady,  ;D ;D

On the contrary. It s you that has been behaving like a spoiled bitch. Guess ye have to be spoiled with all those precious Als :-*

 Enjoy them baby. Did any of the old legends ever let you hold one :-*
They actually did, thanks.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 09:19:16 PM »

Try saving your pocket money and you might be able to afford to buy the lovely Mr. Reilly a Celtic cross, good boy.
Life must be very hard, imagine to never have experienced the sheer thrill of coming from an all-ireland winning  county, perennial losers, that's yere lot In life, sad and pathetic, it must really stick in your craw  :'(

I get by sweetie.

Your own craw seems a bit packed up though! What s the matter with you? Annoyed that everybody s not fawning over Kerry's greatest AI? Sure why care what other think?
"Sweetie", them's dangerous words unless you're a lady,  ;D ;D

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 09:01:02 PM »

Try saving your pocket money and you might be able to afford to buy the lovely Mr. Reilly a Celtic cross, good boy.
Life must be very hard, imagine to never have experienced the sheer thrill of coming from an all-ireland winning  county, perennial losers, that's yere lot In life, sad and pathetic, it must really stick in your craw  :'(

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 08:35:44 PM »
Huge blow for Donegal... Where do they go from here??

Hard to see themselves or Mayo in the mix next year now with their spiritual leaders gone!!

Your not seriously comparing Horan to McGuinness? Horan was successful in Connacht but failed to win an All Ireland. They were already competitive when he took over and had better players than Donegal. On the other hand Donegal were ranked something like 16-20th in the country when McGuinness took over and actually won an All Ireland and 3 Ulster titles in 4 years.

If Mayo had better players than Donegal then Mayo would have beaten Donegal. McGuinness did great things but those Donegal players aren't a herd of donkeys either.

We hammered them last year and imho would of given them a good rattle in the final this year but we didnt geta chance because cormac reilly and the GAA hierarchy made sure we didnt get a chance.
What a sad and bitter loser you are but sure that is yere lot really, sad, bitter and losers.

Go f**k yerself ye p***k.
What a skanger, typical loser speak, it's in yere genes, ye can't help it.
Just wondering, you're not that fatboy that came on the field in Limerick,  Mayo stay classy 8)

Just wondering, do you need a Geography lesson? You fool, the Moy doesn't flow through Castlebar!
Ah the Knockmore boyeen is trying to be cryptic, why don't you purchase that fantastic read, House of pain by keith duggan, it's yere history, how sad, a county of losers.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 07:36:50 PM »
Huge blow for Donegal... Where do they go from here??

Hard to see themselves or Mayo in the mix next year now with their spiritual leaders gone!!

Your not seriously comparing Horan to McGuinness? Horan was successful in Connacht but failed to win an All Ireland. They were already competitive when he took over and had better players than Donegal. On the other hand Donegal were ranked something like 16-20th in the country when McGuinness took over and actually won an All Ireland and 3 Ulster titles in 4 years.

If Mayo had better players than Donegal then Mayo would have beaten Donegal. McGuinness did great things but those Donegal players aren't a herd of donkeys either.

We hammered them last year and imho would of given them a good rattle in the final this year but we didnt geta chance because cormac reilly and the GAA hierarchy made sure we didnt get a chance.
What a sad and bitter loser you are but sure that is yere lot really, sad, bitter and losers.

Go f**k yerself ye p***k.
What a skanger, typical loser speak, it's in yere genes, ye can't help it.
Just wondering, you're not that fatboy that came on the field in Limerick,  Mayo stay classy 8)

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 07:33:41 PM »
Can never understand some of the cheap digs aimed at Jimmy McG. Super manager who managed a talented teams of underachievers to huge success. Revolutionary in his approach to coaching, tactics and man management, Mickey Harte is the only other man to get close to what this has achieved. Good luck to him no doubt we will see him back at some later stage for Donegal.
It says a lot about you then, they have brought gaelic football into the gutter and now even we can join them on the odd occasion, what a legacy.

Never argue with a fool, because they will drag you down to their level and beat you on experience, springs to mind.

However, lest you forget the quality of Donegal's performances verses Derry and Cork in 2012 and verses Dublin this year was of the highest order. Only other performances that would compare was Mayo v Dublin 06 and 12.
You're only showing yourself up to be a fool now, what about Kerry versus Dublin in 2009, 2011 and 2013, not to mind the mayo sagas this year, pure football as it should be played, there  are a lot of mouthy gimps on this forum, all mouth and no substance.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 06, 2014, 07:23:06 PM »
Huge blow for Donegal... Where do they go from here??

Hard to see themselves or Mayo in the mix next year now with their spiritual leaders gone!!

Your not seriously comparing Horan to McGuinness? Horan was successful in Connacht but failed to win an All Ireland. They were already competitive when he took over and had better players than Donegal. On the other hand Donegal were ranked something like 16-20th in the country when McGuinness took over and actually won an All Ireland and 3 Ulster titles in 4 years.

If Mayo had better players than Donegal then Mayo would have beaten Donegal. McGuinness did great things but those Donegal players aren't a herd of donkeys either.

We hammered them last year and imho would of given them a good rattle in the final this year but we didnt geta chance because cormac reilly and the GAA hierarchy made sure we didnt get a chance.
What a sad and bitter loser you are but sure that is yere lot really, sad, bitter and losers.

Go f**k yerself ye p***k.
What a skanger, typical loser speak, it's in yere genes, ye can't help it.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 04, 2014, 10:19:10 PM »
Can never understand some of the cheap digs aimed at Jimmy McG. Super manager who managed a talented teams of underachievers to huge success. Revolutionary in his approach to coaching, tactics and man management, Mickey Harte is the only other man to get close to what this has achieved. Good luck to him no doubt we will see him back at some later stage for Donegal.
It says a lot about you then, they have brought gaelic football into the gutter and now even we can join them on the odd occasion, what a legacy.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 04, 2014, 09:32:38 PM »
I think he was a breath of fresh air for fuball. Brought immense pride to Donegal people. I think there was an interview with the Follower's son where he said his Dad would have been very happy to see big Jim bringing Sam back to Donegal.  And fast forward 20 years and he'll have a far more impressive CV than Pat Spillane.. .
Will he ?  tell me where is his other 7 all-ireland medals and even the one he has was as a sub who didn't play.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Jimmy's No Longer Winning Matches
« on: October 04, 2014, 09:29:01 PM »
Huge blow for Donegal... Where do they go from here??

Hard to see themselves or Mayo in the mix next year now with their spiritual leaders gone!!

Your not seriously comparing Horan to McGuinness? Horan was successful in Connacht but failed to win an All Ireland. They were already competitive when he took over and had better players than Donegal. On the other hand Donegal were ranked something like 16-20th in the country when McGuinness took over and actually won an All Ireland and 3 Ulster titles in 4 years.

If Mayo had better players than Donegal then Mayo would have beaten Donegal. McGuinness did great things but those Donegal players aren't a herd of donkeys either.

We hammered them last year and imho would of given them a good rattle in the final this year but we didnt geta chance because cormac reilly and the GAA hierarchy made sure we didnt get a chance.
What a sad and bitter loser you are but sure that is yere lot really, sad, bitter and losers.

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The problem with Donegal is that their accent is too nice. Imagine being sledged by one of the McGees, you wouldn't care. You'd probably find it soothing.

In fairness to Donegal, they are sound. When the beat us in 2012 they behaved properly. That is one of the most important things in the GAA and it is something Armagh and Tyrone have never understood.

When we beat Donegal last month we repaid that respect and treated them in a dignified way. You lads could learn from Donegal and Kerry..

Do please enlighten us as to how Armagh were disrespectful when beating Kerry?
So what you are inferring by your post is that Tyrone disrespected us,  ;D ;D ;D ;D

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