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GAA Discussion / Re: County Manager Merry go round
« on: September 12, 2018, 08:35:10 PM »
O Connor had a 2 hour interview, no agreement reached, but Im told Horan and David Brady will head up the new management team, you heard it here first.

GAA Discussion / Re: County Manager Merry go round
« on: September 11, 2018, 08:45:45 PM »
Jack O Connor has been interviewed for the Mayo job, may be an announcement soon.

GAA Discussion / Re: How do Dublin GAA fend off interest from the AFL?
« on: September 07, 2018, 10:22:23 AM »
Easy answer, keep paying them under the table.

GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo manager resigns - for defo.
« on: August 29, 2018, 10:52:05 PM »
I hear Horan has told Westport he is leaving, going to give it one more year only and the players have confirmed they are on board.
Dont shoot the messenger.

GAA Discussion / Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« on: August 24, 2018, 12:46:16 PM »
Sky is a British consortium bit strange it has gael support.

Owned by murdoch. No right minded working class catholic/nationalist should be giving that man a penny. Shame on the tyrone supporters here calling for more games on sky.
None of my business but it Sounds like you boycott them...

I have never given a penny to murdoch either to sky or his newspapers. Any person with working class values should resent giving any money to him or his empire.
I don't have any values, let alone working class values, its Sky all the way... Sure Radio Eireann shaft us Nordies every chance they get. National Broadcaster my arse.
A british broadcaster for a british audience, maybe thats the solution.

Have to say Tyrone were easy winners of the sledging match on here, they will win the sledging match tomorrow as well but can they win the football match....... Probably. 

The fine art of sledging, just read this thread.

Nolan a terrible ref, gives soft frees all the time, any hand on the shoulder is a free and maybe even a black card if he takes the notion.

Great start to a thread for an all-Ireland semi-final, would ye gobs..... ever post about the match.

GAA Discussion / Re: Donegal v Tyrone, Sunday Aug 5, Ballybofey
« on: August 01, 2018, 02:30:12 PM »
I was in Healy park last year as I have been on a few occasions before and had great banter with the Tyrone supporters around me before during and after the game, all counties have a few assholes supporting them but just ignore them, they do not represent either their own county or the Irish people in general.

GAA Discussion / Re: McKenna takes a major swipe at Galway
« on: July 27, 2018, 05:01:32 PM »
All teams cheat. Including Kildare. All teams want to get that extra edge. No one team is cleaner than the other. This is championship football. It's eat or be eaten.
McKenna is pissed as it was Kildare who were this weeks victims. He has a very clear agenda, not only against Galway but against the GAA in general. I wouldn't give the asshole the oxygen.
It happens to be Galway in the dock on this occasion, there are several more examples  of teams at this stuff some to a lesser extent, Galway have taken this to a level we have not seen for a few years because its constant from start to finish, the statement all teams cheat is paramount to comparing a petty criminal to a bank robber, making excuses for this filth in our game and decrying McKenna using his perceived agenda as an excuse does not change the fact that this problem exists and should be stamped out immediately.

GAA Discussion / Re: McKenna takes a major swipe at Galway
« on: July 27, 2018, 02:24:09 PM »
Gone are the days when the hard man on the team would hit a hard mostly fair belt, now its underhand toxic even verbal shit, any thing that will get an advantage and reading the reaction here to a very good and true article it reflects the general changes in society and attitudes, the fact that it is being coached and encouraged and is generally accepted as being smart reflects badly on our games  and people that condone it.
Galways record of having opposition players sent off in the current season is remarkable and maybe they will get their All-Ireland medals and the glow of such an achievement will mask the cheating and indecent behaviour that helped them achieve their goal. This very same behaviour is destroying our games and is a very poor model for our children whom our games are supposed to lead and inspire.
Mask it as you will, shoot the piano played if you wish but for the games sake and for the sake of the gaa patrons and members in general speak out and admit what is happening right in front of our very eyes. 

Jaysus Monaghan would love to play in Tallagh stadium, Rory Beggan would point all his kickouts.

Once again I will say it, money should not be raised on the back of ordinary supporters, Liam Millers sport is a multi billion euro business, he has played for 2 of the richest soccer clubs in the world, surely it is his sports responsibility to fund whatever needs funding, a mere drop in the ocean to them.
The gaa have put proper facilities in every county in Ireland, the best a multi billion euro business can do is a 7000 thousand seater cabbage patch in our second city, and the public expect the gaa to fill the breech when Turners cross is not adequate.

Liam Miller [rip] was a top paid professional sportsman and played his football for some of the richest clubs in the world as well as a sport that is a multi billion euro business. Maybe his sport should look after their own and not put his family through the embarrassment of  a charity match played in a stadium owned by an amateur organisation.

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