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Pretty comfortable first half that, totally deserving of the lead.
Jota goal was brilliant.
Not doing bad so far with a makeshift defence and midfield.

What's the story with Thiago. There isn't much being said about his injury or timeframe for returning.

General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« on: November 15, 2020, 09:34:59 PM »
Liverpoolís best ever keeper
5 League Titles, 3 European Cups,2 UEFA Cups also FA and League Cups. Some collection of medals that, great goalkeeper.
Love the footage of him coming back to play at Anfield for the first time after joining Spurs and the reception he got off the Kop.

General discussion / Re: Boxing Thread
« on: November 15, 2020, 06:06:36 AM »
Pure dominance by Katie Taylor tonight. Gutierrez delighted to last 10 rounds.

What a role model.
Best Irish athlete of all time ?
Without a doubt.

General discussion / Re: WGS new Scotland manager
« on: November 13, 2020, 08:19:23 AM »
When was the group stages draw made? I'm reading this morning they will be in Englands group? When was that decided.

Knee. Months not weeks is the current rumour.

Jan not long away......
8 league games between then and now though...

GAA Discussion / Re: Colm Parkinson/The GAA Hour
« on: November 10, 2020, 12:10:22 PM »
Was the sound engineers fault... both Wooly and Brennanís reputations are in tatters how can Laois keep Brennan on after that??

Proprietors of facing fraud allegations too not a good look!
How can they keep him? They should be listening to what he said and doing everything they can to keep him.
He has been brilliant for Laois hurling.

GAA Discussion / Re: Leinster Championship 2020
« on: November 10, 2020, 11:39:13 AM »
Have not been not here for a while. I enjoyed the Longford v Laois game or what I have  seen of it. But how Longford lost I am still trying to work out. I think if Mickey Quinn was there he would have steadied the ship. Twice Longford were in one on one with the keeper and the keeper saved I suppose to have to give him credit. With Cork and Down gone up Division 3 might not be so tough next year.

Ara we all feel the same but dems the breaks! Laois had midfield that won ball (I think Gallagher was carrying an injury) but they way our goalkeeper kicked out the ball didn't help. Quinn of course could have made the difference........

That said, more than one sympathised with Laois coming off the can Laois manage the Blue wave?
Keeping it to single digit points defeat will be an achievement.

But good luck to them.
Doubtful we will keep it to single digits to be honest.

If only Roscommon were in Leinster,they could show us all how to beat the Dubs  ::)

On another note Ross Munnelly back in Croke Park in his 18th year of Championship football. Some going.

General discussion / Re: Running
« on: November 09, 2020, 11:01:22 AM »
Not quite just running but I see the first ever Down syndrome person completed an Ironman going. Some going.
Absolutely fantastic achievement by him, had a few tears in my eyes watching the video of him finishing.
Society puts limits on guys like him, its fantastic to see what he and others like him might be able to achieve when they are given the chance.

We're in a very good position when you factor in we have had a tough enough start to the season fixture wise, throw in the injuries we've had also and a few bad VAR calls going against us.
There is a decent run of fixtures between now and January.Hopefully wrap up the Champions League group in the next game and players can be then rested mid week.
I can't see anyone running away with the title like we did last season but I'd expect us to be there or thereabouts come the end.

Happy enough with the point. Started well,if they had been  a bit more clinical could of scored a few.
City came back into it and missed a few of their own so I think a draw was a fair result.

Are clubs training atm?
U6 academy. Not really training as such.

Anyway turned up this morning and loads of parents also had problems signing up so they made us sign a form to say all was OK with the kid we had there.

GAA Discussion / Return to Play Health Questionnaire
« on: November 07, 2020, 08:32:46 AM »

Anyone else have to fill this out and is anyone else having  problems with it?
I have to fill it out every Saturday so I can bring the youngfella up to training. Can't get anything to load on the site and unable to submit the form.

General discussion / Re: Running
« on: November 07, 2020, 07:56:51 AM »
Having no races is a balls alright. Hopefully next year things start getting back to normal.

I'm not bothered about these Virtual races, don't see the point in them. Even having Park Run back would be great.
How about setting yourself a goal like to run a certain amount of milage in a month or a run streak goal? Mini goals like that can help.
I set myself a small goal at the moment to run everyday in November for example. Its not difficult really but small goals like that keep me motivated to get out the door.

I did a bit of trail running/hiking during the summer also around the Wicklow mountains and loved it, was nice to change it up a bit.

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