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General discussion / Re: Portrush gets the Open
« on: July 21, 2019, 12:20:52 AM »
Hahaha, the absolute state of anyone who'd let themselves get upset by that.

Nice try btw on the suggestion that the thinking would be "I associate that chant with the RoI team, and loads of the RoI fans really dislike the NI football team, so f**k them and f**k Lowry" rather than just "I associate that chant with the RoI team, so these lads are obviously Irish. f**k these Irish b**tards".
Have you been watching the tele today?

No, I haven't. I pulled the below out of my f**king hole.  ::)

Sure you've lads on this board who wouldn't say anything good about McIlroy because he doesn't conform to their idea of what he should be. Vast majority of crowd have been absolutely roaring Lowry on. There'll always be a couple of gobshites wherever you go.

You're the one bringing up the laughable suggestion that it might be in some way understandable for people up there to be getting upset by chants of olé olé olé.

My point is that the idea of anyone up in Portrush's thought process goes football chant > Irish football team > Irish football fans > they hate NI > I'm upset rather than simply begrudging the Irishman is nonsense.
As you said, the vast majority of fans are roaring Lowry on.  Was simply suggesting why one or two might be non-plussed.  Doesn't look like there are too many who are "simply begrudging the Irishman".

Look up the dictionary definition of words before using them 're.. Non-plussed

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General discussion / Re: Portrush gets the Open
« on: July 21, 2019, 12:14:43 AM »
Shane shooting the lights out here with the crowd pulling him along hopefully he can do it the weather being bad tomorrow should make it a great watch.

Followed him yesterday and the atmosphere was fantastic.

Great days craic yesterday a phenomenal event organised with military precision hopefully it comes back again!
Get a few more in before the UI?
The Open Championship as far as I known is not limited by rule that it can only be held in the UK, more that it is just a convention. The tournament organisers have even been insistent on discouraging journalists and broadcasters from calling it "The British Open", preferring just "The Open".

Well, Portrush isn't in Britain. That's a factual, inarguable reality

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Did I read Peter Donnelly is quitting Tyrone at end of season to take a post with Ulster Rugby ? Big miss for Tyrone if true.

Yes wonder why?

I assume he's now going to be paid a salary for what he's doing. Good luck to him, a great servant to Tyrone as player and trainer. Fact Ulster have employed him shows how good he is at his job.

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Great shoulder tackle from Burns early on in second half was my highlight of game, on from performance by Matty and Petey in second half. Still thought we would win at half-time, despite gap. That lad Hurley is a serious footballer. Keep yapping Lenny, we Tyrone people feed on your tears, ye glipe.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: July 18, 2019, 02:55:45 PM »
The Brits are really in a desperate state and it's hilarious to sit back and watch. They are about to put in 10 Downing Street a total spoofer and incompetent... I doubt he will even last long enough to deliver his Brexit plan once all those skeletons in the cupboard start falling out  :)

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GAA Discussion / Re: The Sunday Game
« on: July 15, 2019, 03:10:23 AM »
Great analysis again on the Sunday game. I’m sure everyone is much more enlightened on Tyrone’s tactics after that diagram by Thomas O’Se. Also “over emotion” was the reason Roscommon lost. Something for them to work on.

I laughed at Brolly adding up the potential chances and scores that could have won Roscommon the game yet he didn't factor in the same chances that Tyrone had. Tube.

Exactly. We had plenty of missed chances too.

Yep, was thinking that myself, what a balloon. The Dungiven chimp's hate for Tyrone is almost visceral. It can't be good for the poor fella's mental health, knowing his beloved county have sunk so low that they will never again compete with their more illustrious neighbours.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Galway V Mayo R4 Qualifier
« on: July 06, 2019, 10:21:57 PM »
Think this Mayo team is treading water at this stage. Nearly beaten by an average Armagh team at home and made heavy work of an average Galway team. Before Mayo people start attacking, I'd love Mayo to win Sam, but can't see it

Yeah, tell us something we don't know! Dads Army can't go on forever! Feck me they did their best against a Doped Dublin for nearly a decade. You can only go to the well so many time. But feck me they are a stubborn bunch!
They certainly are a stubborn bunch. Would love to see them do it, really would, and I think most of Ireland would do too

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone - 5pm, Clones, Sat 6th July
« on: July 06, 2019, 08:51:44 PM »
A pathetic embarrassing showing from cavan. I genuinely thought we'd give Tyrone a scare today. If  Terry Hyland was in charge for that there would be people looking for his head.  Tyrone are miles ahead of us and the gap is widening not closing. Instead of standing up and being counted we gave up, killian Clarke did his best to get the line to avoid further shame. Woeful.
This

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GAA Discussion / Re: Galway V Mayo R4 Qualifier
« on: July 06, 2019, 08:45:32 PM »
Think this Mayo team is treading water at this stage. Nearly beaten by an average Armagh team at home and made heavy work of an average Galway team. Before Mayo people start attacking, I'd love Mayo to win Sam, but can't see it

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The DUP can't dump him cos he'll stand as an independent and those inbred scum in Ballymena will still vote him in. It's absolutely nothing to do with moral standards or Christian decency, which just goes to show the utter hypocrisy of DUP under that pure and utter b**tard Foster, the only person to have suffered during the Troubles, in her own mind

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone - 5pm, Clones, Sat 6th July
« on: July 06, 2019, 06:58:02 PM »
Forgot about Cassidys point! Umpires are actually in a shit position to judge such things when you think about it. Should have been the refs call, but he was so bad today its no surprise he got it wrong, along with five or six other decisions. Good job it wasn't close.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone - 5pm, Clones, Sat 6th July
« on: July 06, 2019, 06:48:31 PM »
McCurry booking was laughable. Cassidy had a mare... And not for first time

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone - 5pm, Clones, Sat 6th July
« on: July 06, 2019, 06:40:48 PM »
Ridiculous black card for Petey considering some of things that went on in first half

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cavan v Tyrone - 5pm, Clones, Sat 6th July
« on: July 06, 2019, 05:40:27 PM »
Men against boys. How is mcvitty still on pitch?. Glad we're still pissing off the inbreds

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: July 04, 2019, 05:06:45 PM »
Boris’ bridge. Sure it’s never be open due to weather.
https://m.independent.ie/world-news/europe/britain/i-think-its-a-good-idea-boris-johnson-is-an-enthusiast-for-bridge-between-northern-ireland-and-scotland-38277590.html

Telling unionists what they want to hear. Are they really that stupid to believe it?

Shows how desperate DUP is that it comes up with this utter fantasy and thinks it will somehow help halt the march to reunification, which will move up a pace if there is a hard Brexit. Maybe they should plant some beans in the back garden in preparation for a golden egg-laying goose

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