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General discussion / Re: Things that make you go What the F**k?
« on: November 09, 2018, 11:07:01 PM »
He has some neck on him for a purported Celtic supporter.

Jasus Tony you're as bad as the journalists...sure its prob celtic's fault ::)
What are you talking about? I mean if he is such a big Celtic supporter he should know that the fanbase are generally pro-Palestine and anti-IDF. I really don't know why he would associate himself with these cnuts.

Sorry Tony...jumped the gun there and didn't read the posts properly :-X

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: November 09, 2018, 11:00:36 PM »
The dog in the street knows we need a right back, def a weak link there. However, the central defence could both be away in January so BR needs to have his recruits ready and waiting to replace them. Great result last night and hopefully from now to Christmas we can keep these performances up...

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General discussion / Re: Things that make you go What the F**k?
« on: November 08, 2018, 11:32:05 PM »
He has some neck on him for a purported Celtic supporter.

Jasus Tony you're as bad as the journalists...sure its prob celtic's fault ::)

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: November 08, 2018, 11:28:07 PM »
was in Jak's bar in Isle of Man watching game tonight, some guy wearing Rangers top jumped about when the Germans scored and shouted something about Fenians but couldn't hear him properly but he mad a mistake as 60 sec later i let him know when Celtic scored 2nd goal...F**king priceless it was, me and some random woman doing the huddle in the middle of the bar just to wind that bastid up...Brilliant stuff

Was supposed to go to the game but got sent away with work to Isle of Man...feckers, played well especially first half. We'll see now how the two Red Bull teams help each other out (like they're not supposed too ::)) the name gives it away...

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: November 02, 2018, 10:31:36 PM »
6th Sam, that's perfect and 100% accurate. Michaelg I haven't had many discussions with you and have read a lot of your posts. I too have had respect for you but tbh you have as 6th SAM put it lost my respect (doubt you'll care much about that) or your true colours have appeared...Neil Lennon seems to have that effect on certain individuals...
I still challenge anyone to give me a valid reason for hating that man?

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: November 02, 2018, 02:55:19 PM »
I can tell you as i know...Neil Lennon is not a bigot nor sectarian, he comes from probably one of the nicest families you will find anywhere who haven't a bad bone in their bodies. Neil himself is a decent man who has suffered from the hands of bigots, he played for Man City, Crewe, and Leicester where he was still the we ginger hot headed midfielder who snapped at the heels of anyone he could to win an advantage...Look at the incident of him an Alan Shearer (Shearer kicked him in the head having been kicked a few time by Lennon), the point to all this was he was representing his country during these spells and there was not one bad word aimed at him during his career with these English clubs. However, once he signs for Celtic he's a fenian Bast**d and according to majority of NI fans that's still the case as the hate grew that much for him during his time at Celtic they have carried it on even though he's not connected with Celtic anymore.

I've had more rows and falling out with work colleagues who claim to hate him but when you ask they why they can't give you an actual reason why but I can...You're a bitter twisted, bigoted, sectarian Bast**d. Neil Lennon is 100% right, if this treatment happened to a black player it would have been on the World News and heads would have rolled but an Irish Catholic who played and managed Celtic it ok, he brought it on himself ::) he took abuse the whole of the game and reacted (he is human) at the end of a game with either a fist pump or a wave. If any of you are serious about saying he deserved it then you're as bad as the coin thrower (in my eyes and some of you have forgotten the thugs who tried to harm him at Tynecastle years ago).

People have given examples of other managers who are passionate and sometimes let themselves get carried away but to some it's funny and to others he's a di&k but he's not targeted like Neil Lennon is, if i was being 100% honest if he managed either the old Rangers or the new Sevco then he'd be just as passionate for them playing against Celtic. That's his make up and you can't change him, he'd be like that playing 5 a side but don't try and make it out to be something else other than sectarian, pure and simple.

The next person who tells you they hate Neil Lennon... ask them a serious question "WHY? Please give me a reason why you hate that man"

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: November 01, 2018, 11:25:30 AM »
A good few spark ups at the Edinburgh derby.
Hearts' goalie goes to receive the ball from the Hibs fans behind his goal, the ball is sorta thrown to his chest area and he goes to ground clutching his nose, rolling around for what seemed ages. After a late Hearts goal was ruled out, Neil Lennon exploded into life give the still celebrating Hearts fans a good Lurgan goading, for his efforts he received an object into his face and went down like a beached whale.
I have to say, Neil acted the maggot, not just with his goading but the over egging of the impact.

Main Street, i'm a bit surprised by your comments TBH.
First of all i'd like you to explain what a "Lurgan goading" is (he got stick for 90 mins and then giving a bit of a fist pump when the other team have a disallowed goal  ::))
You say he received an object to the face (turns out it was a £1 coin) and went down like a beached whale. Have you ever been hit in the face with a £1 coin? do you know how sore it is or what impact it would have on you...bear in mind everyone is different and it may bounce of your chin with no damage but could hurt someone else less as granite as your fine self.

To tell you the truth I'm sick to the teeth of people saying he deserves it and he brings it on himself which is a load of bollix, he wears his heart on his sleeve and has proved it no matter who he's played for or managed. If people in the crowd can rip him up and give him abuse for 90 mins and can't take it back then tough. They're no better than the keyboard warriors who type all sorts of crop about people but most of them wouldn't say it to their face.

I'm all for a bit of craic and I've no issues with fans giving management stick etc it all adds to the atmosphere but it can bit you on the ass sometimes and you have to be man enough to take it but the tools who can't behave should be banned, arrested and hopefully lose their jobs too

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GAA Discussion / Re: Violence in Adult Club Football
« on: October 30, 2018, 02:12:41 PM »
Pat McEananey was great for talking to you about fouls etc. He'd often say to you in a break of play....I saw that off the ball or that was too high, too late, I'm keeping an eye on the holding etc. It made it easier to play then. I think that type of approach with the refs rather than being dictator like would help

Refs do that, and some donít, they might not have the personality or confidence to do it but they know the rules... Iím bored of the easy touch of ďitís the refs fault, heís lost controlĒ play the ball tackle hard and in the rules and youíll be fine. Lift your fists is your own problem and be ready to accept the whatís coming to you..

Pat as you say was a great man. Spoke well and had the pleasure of hearing him at a conference at Croke Park, I would take issue with some of his decisions (like I would as a supporter) when he refíd Ya in the Ulster championship mind you.

If someone busts up your kid BC1 how will you react?

Nearly certain BC1 won't go to the peelers anyway. Plus bust is too general. If you're judas'd from behind then go ahead and get the police involved if you so wish. But for some innocuous punch, or two lads duking it out, its a bad road to go down.

I put it to you and used same thing and you said, it was the refís fault or itís part of the game, take your medicine and move on.. so BC1 is big enough and ugly enough to respond. As far as youíre concerned assaulting someone during a game is ok

If a man ran into the field like the Dingle man and struck a child of mine causing him serious injury I would have no issue going to the police.

On the disappearance of the man to be later found on the Blaney Rd in a black bin bag ;) :)

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: October 30, 2018, 09:26:28 AM »
Don't be surprised if Sevco go under again, I've said this before they're throwing all their eggs into one basket for this year and next and if they don't win anything by the end of next season i think they'll go tits up again. If Stevie G wants to replace the players he brought in because they're not good enough then there are a few things wrong there...a) he didn't buy them and believes they're not good enough b) he did buy them and bought duds so the Chairman is now at this stage cropping himself as the saviour will be knocking the door looking more coin c) maybe they're good enough and Stevie G the rookie doesn't know what he's doing...

Could be a mixture of 2 from 3 there but either way unless they win the league this year or next then they're in serious trouble, Celtic can play a big role here as 4 big signings in January should keep them well within our grasp...

We need 2 Centre Halves (as Boyata and Benkovic will be away in January), we need a right back and a centre forward. £20-£25 million could get us 4 quality players that should take us up a level but knowing as i type this that they're prob spend £1.5m on 3 players and one will prob be out of contract somewhere and we'll get him for free >:(

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General discussion / Re: What's your relationship with alcohol?
« on: October 13, 2018, 09:31:37 PM »
I'm really shocked TBH about how many lads have drank the shit out of themselves but it's really good to see that majority realised that it can't be sustained and took action to either stop or reduce the intake, I've seen a few marriage break-ups close to me thru the alcohol and seen a few sights so maybe that's why i feel the way i do about it.
For anyone struggling or have a problem I really hope it works out for you and if posting up here and talking to some here with experience that can help you out then do it and best of luck

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General discussion / Re: What's your relationship with alcohol?
« on: October 13, 2018, 09:53:04 AM »
I very rarely drink but then that's been the case for years, I drank plenty from i was 16 until about 20 until i bought a car and then the drinking sessions got less and less. I'm now 45 and couldn't care less if i never got another pint, I have to say I was a bit different to most guys as in when i got a pint i really enjoyed it but then the second pint wasn't as nice as the first and then the 3rd pint i'd had enough whereas other guys got 3 or 4 pints they couldn't be stopped and would be out for the night and i wanted to go home.
I would go to Glasgow to watch Celtic and most years they get into Europe i'd go to Spain or Germany to watch them and i'd be the only one not drinking, in fact when i see the state some of the supporters are in i feel like punching them and always ask myself if there was no alcohol available would you be still here.

I do believe our Irish culture of getting drunk on a regular basis is shocking and you do end up doing it because it's the in thing to do as everyone around you is doing it, I love when on Holiday in Spain or Italy and maybe a Saturday night you see the young ones driving on their scooters meeting up for a coffee and having a bit of craic then i'd say to the wife "if that was back home they'd be rowdy, drunk, fighting and probably breaking glass". Our culture may well change and it probably is changing slowly as the Irish drinking culture probably came from generations of having nothing and the only thing to do socially was to have a drink (dunno just an opinion) but hopefully our next generation and them beyond them take it less and less.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Violence in Adult Club Football
« on: October 10, 2018, 02:14:10 PM »
Could someone please point out why Sean Cavanagh's face was on the news last night when discussing the recent fighting at GAA matches, sure that was an accidental tackle and the lad was cleared by Tyrone Co Board so why show his face as if he was battered by someone in the crowd

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Armagh / Re: Armagh Club football & hurling
« on: October 08, 2018, 10:31:18 PM »
Just reading the IN on line, quote ''If Crossmaglen's not there (referring to county final), it's not a county final" Kieran Donnelly, assistant manager from Crossmaglen. What a complete arrogant BS, not an ounce of humility.

I remember us getting beat by Cross in the County final and Donal Murtagh came into our changing rooms after the game to commiserate with us but told us not to be too down as we got beat by a better Cross team and there was no shame in losing to Cross, keep the heads up and try and come back again...Holy sweet f**k, instead of saying unlucky lads, thanks for the good hard game he comes in to our changing rooms after losing a County final to tell us how good Cross are :-X

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: October 07, 2018, 08:10:11 PM »
Excellent today.  Forrest got MOTM but Rogic pulled the strings and put them on a plate for him. Big 2 domestic games v Hibs and Hearts after the break. Bring it on!

Wouldn't get to worried about Hearts but Hibs will be a toughie, Lennon's teams are always hard to beat.

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General discussion / Re: Buying a house
« on: October 04, 2018, 10:02:17 AM »
Buying a new build (in the north) and contract just landed from vendor - they aren't adopting the roads so will be private roads.

Anyone have any experience of how people deal with that?  Really really putting us off if we can't get a resolution.  Does it suggest the builder/developer not constructing roads up to right standard?

Hi Rois, sound like to me they're keeping the roads private because they don't meet the specification. This does not necessarily mean they will be constructed of a poorer quality but could simply be that they don't have the adequate road width or geometry to meet the DMRB/Creating Places guide lines, they will still construct the road to a standard that will be to the BSEN standards as they will have submitted drawings to planners and Transport NI etc for approval.
The only issue you will have is not now but maybe 10 years down the line when/if the road was to break up or the un-adopted sewers below the road that will remain private (as Aughfad pointed out) will be the responsibility of the home owners within the private road area and this will be written into your contract that your solicitor will point out to you. You may well pay an annual subscription into a management company that will be responsible for maintenance of un-adopted sewers and roads. If your car leaked brake fluid over the nice new road and crumbled the surface up and the next heavy frost breaks it up or your neighbour does this who fixes this if there is no management in place?...having said all that i've designed plenty of roads in small developments that have had private sewers and roads and TBH there hasn't been much of an issue...there never is an issue until something happens...just tell your neighbours not to throw wet wipes down the toilet...A BIG NO NO...hope that helps, if you need any further info or a contact no for someone in TRANSPORT NI give me a PM...

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