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GAA Discussion / Re: all ireland football qualifiers 2017.
« on: July 22, 2017, 10:13:20 AM »
Both games tonight are on Murdoch's Sky! That's not right boys

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Tyrone fans chanting 'Theres no ******derry in Tyrone' to the young Derry minors when they were walking to their seats in first half of senior game. Was really bad taste IMO. And they wonder why other counties don't like them ::)

'No London in Tyrone'.

Never gets old.

There's no London in any other County either yet I've never heard this statement by anyone else other than a Tyronie . . . I know you think people just came up with it out of nowhere but there is a reason why the country hates you!

I still think many would rather see Dublin win another All Ireland than Tyrone!

Is the reason we beat ye by 11 points two years on the trot?

Its actually a compliment to be 'hated'.  Nobody hates Derry simply because youse are dung.  If youse were any use you would have your fair share of critics.

But you've always been hated even when you were dung!!

Aw, diddums. In my memory, and I've been going to games for years, the first time that particular song was sung was in direct response to cocky inbreds singing 'There's no Sam Maguire in Tyrone' not long after Derry won their only All-Ireland. It soon shut the inbreds up, and they've been living in our shadow ever since. For my part, I'd rather see Linfield win an All-Ireland before Derry, and the way things are going, they are likely to do so before any man from Derry ever climbs the steps of the Hogan Stand again  ;D

Go on ye boy ye!

Sure didn't Oisin McCloskey not climb the steps of the Hogan Stand a couple of months ago?

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General discussion / Re: Game of Thrones - Spoilers
« on: July 18, 2017, 03:51:27 PM »
It's back! Slow enough start to the new series but i enjoyed it nonetheless. Setting the scene for some big events to come.

Oul Ed made a cameo appearance. Strange that, and a bit pointless.  Saw a right few people have been quite upset about this. Chill pill needed.

Assuming that was Jorah Mormont in the cell snatching at the bowl?

much like the previous 72 episodes. Starting to feel a bit like 'Lost' now in that the audience or the writers probably haven't a clue what's gonna happen

Game of thrones is hardly a series that can be accused of lacking big events throughout?

I enjoy it, but it's being fairly dragged out...it's been building to the war of wars over the throne 70+ episodes now.

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Given Down's recent record in Clones, the sooner Casement is built the better. It certainly looks the part and I like the terraced end that has a roof over it.

Derry fans would be in the same boat Ogra. Casement more a home to South Derry fans than Celtic Park ever was! Que the abuse from the North Derry madmen ;)

Why put a wink at the end of it as you aren't joking. Most in south county Derry don't have an affinity with anywhere north of the Sperrins, especially not Derry City. The road to Derry City is shite so nobody goes there for shopping or entertainment and most in south Derry don't work there as the jobs are in Belfast. That's a product of almost a century of Stormont concentrating its growth around Belfast and actively prohibiting growth west of the Bann. Public money being pumped into three Belfast stadiums is just another example of that.

you could move CP  in behind Jamesies and we'd still be outnumbered by 31 other counties. Would any other county have a bigger bandwagon though?

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General discussion / Re: Game of Thrones - Spoilers
« on: July 18, 2017, 03:41:35 PM »
It's back! Slow enough start to the new series but i enjoyed it nonetheless. Setting the scene for some big events to come.

Oul Ed made a cameo appearance. Strange that, and a bit pointless.  Saw a right few people have been quite upset about this. Chill pill needed.

Assuming that was Jorah Mormont in the cell snatching at the bowl?

much like the previous 72 episodes. Starting to feel a bit like 'Lost' now in that the audience or the writers probably haven't a clue what's gonna happen

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: July 18, 2017, 12:11:34 PM »
Who in the list has said they are keen to give it a rattle though?

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: July 18, 2017, 11:42:35 AM »
here, knock yourself out, 100% on the moanometer so far

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General discussion / Re: Mayweather v Mc Gregor
« on: July 18, 2017, 09:36:22 AM »
Will anyone here NOT be tuning in to have a look at this (and save the 'but i wont be paying for it')? I see it as nothing more than a bit of craic, and tbh, I'm looking forward to seeing how it all pans out.

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: July 18, 2017, 09:32:08 AM »
Not sure if Mac Hinery is still kicking about, but he should change this thread to Moaners Anonymous

PS: Dub80085, you're full of sh1t, there was nowhere near 150 Derry men in Castlebar !

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O'Hanlon was givin Wylie plenty after the penalty, an indication that he doesnt like it done onto himself, you reap what you sow.
As far as Morgan goes...see above.

In fairness wylie was mouthing to him before the penalty!  Anyway all a crock of crap as it goes on in most games now. I seem to remember Morgan getting a bit himself in the past when taking frees against Donegal. A non issue to be honest.
         As wobbler said there i thought Peter Harte was the main driver at the start of the second half. A seriously under rated player. Has everything. The other thing was the quality they had to take on. Had my doubts after the Donegal game simply as i didnt know how good or bad Donegal are. But after Sunday i can see them beating the likes of the Dubs or Kerry.

Ye'd want to think about changing the old username there  :)

Did Morgan not hit a long free against Donegal, cup the ear to the crowd and couldn't hit snow off a rope for the remainder of the game, hence the giggling from the masses?

Re Peter Harte, a serious footballer, one the best in the business

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Derry / Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« on: July 17, 2017, 10:24:30 PM »
 'quite well'  ;D

Well done to the minors, Mackers has them flying!

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General discussion / Re: Mayweather v Mc Gregor
« on: July 13, 2017, 04:11:38 PM »
I've no time for or interest in MMA but I can't help but admire what McGregor has done. Fair f**ks to him for talking his way into this fight and whether people believe it's a joke or a certainty you can be guaranteed he'll train and prepare as hard as possible. He's not just there to take the money.....he badly wants to win and will give a genuine effort. He probably doesn't have a prayer.

Mayweather is a detestable piece of shit. A vulgar woman beating tax defaulter. People are buying into this fight in the hope than McGregor can somehow, miraculously land one of those explosive lefts on this guys and spark him out.

McGregor is doing his best to wind the entire Mayweather camp up, presumably to get Jnr to come out swinging. Can't see Mayweather being foolish enough for that, but you never know.

A bit of a circus and light entertainment, but McGregor would need to be careful if he keeps with the dance for me boy line as its bordering racism.
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Wtf? Did you see the first press conference?  I suppose a man can find offence if he looks hard enough

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GAA Discussion / Re: Meath V Donegal
« on: July 08, 2017, 07:03:42 PM »
Level at half time. Decent from Meath

Is it being shown on TV?

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General discussion / Re: Lions Tour
« on: July 08, 2017, 02:17:02 PM »
That was some game of rugby this morning. Lions rode their luck at times with a few uncharacteristic spillages from the ABs. After a woeful start, Farl showed some nerve to land those penalties

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