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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 23, 2018, 09:25:11 PM »
Can't believe any self respecting GAA person would go on that show unless they were getting paid? Then Kieran has always been about the money, just look at his twitter feed promoting his sponsored cars, writing a book, yerra etc yerra.


Did he have any book signing sessions in local shops to promote the book?

Have you looked at your hero's twitter feed to see his promotion of sponsored clothes:

https://twitter.com/benettimenswear/status/1039873544082128897

his book: https://twitter.com/SeanCavanagh14/status/1037402878791622657

and his business.

All of these players who are switched on are into self promotion to get as much out of their name while they can and fair play to every one of them regardless of where they are from.  They put a hell of a lot more into the game than they ever will get in return. It's just of them are better and more prolific at it than others. 


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GAA Discussion / Is the Indo going after Tyrone GAA?
« on: September 23, 2018, 09:08:16 PM »
Brolly has consistently hammered Tyrone in his columns in the Indo.

Com O'Rourke has been behind in ladling out the criticism of Tyrone football in his columns.

Recently Ewan McKenna has tackled Mickey Harte and issues relating to Sean Cavanagh.

Today Dermot Crowe goes even further with this article.....

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/remembering-the-tragic-death-of-a-tyrone-gaa-fan-at-a-minor-game-in-1977-and-where-violence-can-take-us-37345116.html


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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 21, 2018, 07:25:25 AM »
Those are 3 different personalities completely.
Cavanagh strikes me as a gurnin bastid of the highest order.
He has little or no loyalty too; only out of that Tyrone setup a wet weekend and already mouthin off about everythin.
He has literally scattergunned all areas; Catholic Church & the GAA, Mickey Harte, Mental Health, gamesmanship and abuse in games.
Mighty mighty player but i think Joe Brolly may have been right.

Not often we agree but +1

You are one bitter Armagh man. Pity you canít get 03 and 05 out of your head after all these years.

Your post says it all about you without the need for any further comment.  ::)

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 08:45:03 PM »
The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself. It was made deliberately to look worse by doing very little to clean up his face of dried blood before the photo was taken. There appeared to be no broken skin and the blood would therefore have come from the alleged break in his nose.

In other words it was another piece of self promotion to enhance the claims of victimhood in his book.

He didn't post the picture. But please continue to spout uninformed shite.

I think you will find he took the picture himself and sent it on to a "friend" and doesn't know how it got on from there. ::) 

Read the article below.......

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/cavanagh-i-was-knocked-out-but-i-dont-know-if-it-was-deliberate-37335595.html

What you said "The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself."
What happened - sent picture privately to a friend.

Are you a slow learner?

Not quite as slow as yourself as you cannot tell the difference between posted and published.

If you don't want a picture to become public you don't send it digitally to anyone else. If you do publish it by sending it on to a 'friend' then don't feign surprise when it becomes readily available on-line on various forums especially when you are actively flogging a book and going around book shops for signing.

He neither published or posted the picture. You are wrong.

What shops has he been signing the book in? - More lies. You're making shite up just because you don't like him. If you don't like him that's fine. Just don't make up bullshit.
I'd quit now if I was you.

There you go again, mouth running off before putting any brain into gear.

Tomorrow you can have your copy of the book signed in a very small newsagents in Omagh. Go to Top News in Georges Street.

If you can't make Omagh, go to Easons in Foyleside in Derry on Saturday

https://www.easons.com/eason-events



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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 06:14:00 PM »
The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself. It was made deliberately to look worse by doing very little to clean up his face of dried blood before the photo was taken. There appeared to be no broken skin and the blood would therefore have come from the alleged break in his nose.

In other words it was another piece of self promotion to enhance the claims of victimhood in his book.

He didn't post the picture. But please continue to spout uninformed shite.

I think you will find he took the picture himself and sent it on to a "friend" and doesn't know how it got on from there. ::) 

Read the article below.......

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/cavanagh-i-was-knocked-out-but-i-dont-know-if-it-was-deliberate-37335595.html

What you said "The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself."
What happened - sent picture privately to a friend.

Are you a slow learner?

Not quite as slow as yourself as you cannot tell the difference between posted and published.

If you don't want a picture to become public you don't send it digitally to anyone else. If you do publish it by sending it on to a 'friend' then don't feign surprise when it becomes readily available on-line on various forums especially when you are actively flogging a book and going around book shops for signing.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:36:33 PM »
The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself. It was made deliberately to look worse by doing very little to clean up his face of dried blood before the photo was taken. There appeared to be no broken skin and the blood would therefore have come from the alleged break in his nose.

In other words it was another piece of self promotion to enhance the claims of victimhood in his book.

He didn't post the picture. But please continue to spout uninformed shite.

I think you will find he took the picture himself and sent it on to a "friend" and doesn't know how it got on from there. ::) 

Read the article below.......

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/cavanagh-i-was-knocked-out-but-i-dont-know-if-it-was-deliberate-37335595.html

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:32:19 PM »
A couple of things:

- If it was a deliberate attack on Cavanagh, then fair enough. But he wouldn't have highlighted it if no book was in the shops.

- Secondly, if it was accidental, the Edendork fella will be put through the wringer big time. I just hope Cavanagh knew it was deliberate, otherwise Cavanagh is going to look like a right c**t if it was proved accidental.

He has read your post.......

https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/cavanagh-i-was-knocked-out-but-i-dont-know-if-it-was-deliberate-37335595.html

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:26:17 PM »
Those are 3 different personalities completely.
Cavanagh strikes me as a gurnin bastid of the highest order.
He has little or no loyalty too; only out of that Tyrone setup a wet weekend and already mouthin off about everythin.
He has literally scattergunned all areas; Catholic Church & the GAA, Mickey Harte, Mental Health, gamesmanship and abuse in games.
Mighty mighty player but i think Joe Brolly may have been right.

Not often we agree but +1

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:24:05 PM »
Sportsperson writes book. Sportsperson promotes book. Jesus you lot didn't take into Kieran Donaghy or The Gooch when they were doing the same, but yerra it's Kerry and aren't they lovable cute hoors, yerra.

I think you have hit it on the head. Cavanagh has never endeared himself, particularly as he hung on for another medal, to the general GAA loving public apart from a minority of people in Tyrone. 

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General discussion / Re: Clerical abuse!
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:12:37 PM »
Former priest sentenced to 200 hours community service for indecently assaulting a boy

Downpatrick Court heard on Thursday morning that it was Curranís sixth conviction for abusing children.

What sort of community work should a paedophile be asked or allowed to do?

Surely this is case for appeal by Public Prosecution Service.

https://www.itv.com/news/utv/2018-09-20/former-priest-sentenced-to-200-hours-community-work-for-indecently-assaulting-a-boy/



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General discussion / Re: Car Problems!!
« on: September 19, 2018, 08:02:14 PM »
Could be the catalytic convertor has become dislodged in the exhaust system, blocking exhaust gases and cutting the power.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 19, 2018, 07:23:42 AM »

Clearly many posters on here know everything about the incident, and the aftermath. I hope it was an accident, and I hope the book is thrown at those who encroached the field of play on Friday night in Healy Park also. What more can you say?

That's the problem, the authorities will say but not do anything.  Watch how many motions come to congress about all sorts of issues but virtually none will propose a rule change to eject clubs from competitions for such violence on the field or make clubs responsible for actions of supporters coming on to the field to join or initiate the violence

There's long been a culture of thuggery in the games unfortunately - it isn't unique to Tyrone, Sean Cavanagh, or Ulster.

Not unique to Tyrone but no one can argue that violence is not endemic in the club game, not always the mass brawl or supporters on and off the field but violent attacks on the individual are very common.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Paul Kimmage interviews Sean Cavanagh
« on: September 18, 2018, 07:29:49 PM »
The Cavanagh photo was obviously taken and published by himself. It was made deliberately to look worse by doing very little to clean up his face of dried blood before the photo was taken. There appeared to be no broken skin and the blood would therefore have come from the alleged break in his nose.

In other words it was another piece of self promotion to enhance the claims of victimhood in his book.

He didn't post the picture. But please continue to spout uninformed shite.

So, he didn't take it either?

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 18, 2018, 03:37:38 PM »
Is it just me or is there something a bit creepy about the way so many female football teams are managed by middle aged men who if they were so hot on the management front would be taking male teams at a similar level? 

Also the sight of a middle aged man running on to Croke Park and lunging at every young woman on his way out to hug them is a bit difficult to view in the age in which we are living. 

Where are the women capable of managing these county teams? Why are so many middle aged men involved with LFGA teams?

If you can't watch a middle aged man hug a 20/30 something woman without feeling uncomfortable then yes, it's just you.

He didn't stop with the first he met. Haven't seen many winning managers of mens' teams doing the same.

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