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GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo manager resigns - for defo.
« on: October 09, 2018, 12:18:51 PM »
Horan doing videos talking about Adventures, Quests and Odysseys. "Brand Mayo". Some amount of cringe. It's not the presidency he's taking over

He seems to have you rattled anyway  ;D ;D

My eyes rattled from cringing?

"Brand Mayo". He's the manager of an average rural county's amateur football team, not the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. Quests and Odysseys is even stranger again. Perhaps he's a World of Warcraft fan
who are hugely popular and successful in fundraising allowing them to compete at the top level of football for the last decade from our impoverished county rather than whinge about dublin.
Welcome to footballs real world

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GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo manager resigns - for defo.
« on: October 09, 2018, 12:15:46 PM »
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Do the Mayo posters expect Boyle & Seamie O'Shea to hang around another year?

Yes.

Seamie was floating between midfield and sweeper on Saturday and did well inside in the sweeper role. Maybe somewhere along the half back line is somewhere to put him. Boyle won't have a full game in him but should always start.

Matthew Ruane was very impressive in midfield on Saturday. A definite prospect for the senior team, imo.
I think diarmuid will be a starting midfielder next year / he was phenomenal on Saturday and was the bug positive from newbridge he always looks tired but just never stops . his activity there can  really make a difference. love to see him partnered with aidan there

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GAA Discussion / Re: Connacht Club Championships 2018
« on: October 09, 2018, 12:09:03 PM »
Belmullet v Burrishoole in Mayo Intermediate final. Breaffy through, Mitchels and Tubber replay Sat at 7pm.
Good hour drive from Burrishoole pitch to Belmullet pitch and only pass 2 club areas in between, not too many places in Ireland you can say that about.
how far back towards Achill does burrishoole  go? mullranny I believe used to have their own club once nut presume it with  burrishoole rather than achill now

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GAA Discussion / Re: Soccer in GAA grounds ?
« on: October 09, 2018, 12:03:07 PM »
are the Soccer club/ Authorities willing or able to put any money into this or are they more usual bunch of freeloader utd .s soccer club?
if you have 22 teams and are joined in the school  then you should be well entitled to Grants on your own steam  and allowing other clubs to use it would cause severe over usage problem and shorten the life of the facilities.
in tullamore there was a proposal to build new community pitches every sport was approached  only camogie GAA and LGFA  were willing to support them when Actual fundraising and actual money was raised.

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: September 28, 2018, 11:06:02 AM »
Wonder how much will be raised and what they will do with the money? Was a figure released does anyone know?

I hope the Cork county board got their 30 pieces of silver anyway
was the issue not the 30m pieces they took?
every sport gets grants and it doest mean they no longer have any control over what happens their stadiums or facilities.that is a complete red herring

Who did they sell out . read a history book on the GAA will ye.
they opened the pitch to a crowd of backslapping  millionaires i what even they were ashamed to call a charity match .it was a PR excercize  most of them could easily written a cheque to cover what was made in ticket sales .  Soccer Is  the major competitor to the GAA and allowing them to Freeload on the stadiums built by hard Working GAA Club members while John Delaney pockets a fortune every year to lead what they claim is the biggest sport in the country which does not own one decent pitch and any decent players are sent aboard
ts vey sad That a young family man like Liam Miller died but playing a match in PUC will not do anything to alleviate that ,

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GAA Discussion / Re: New Jerseys?
« on: September 28, 2018, 10:27:58 AM »
Mayo's brand spanking new jersey is available to pre-order at 9am tiday.
looks ropey  enough from initial picture but I haven't seen it in the flesh yet. hopefully it built more for performance than style

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GAA Discussion / Re: PuC and the Liam Miller Fundraiser
« on: September 27, 2018, 12:04:58 PM »
Wonder how much will be raised and what they will do with the money? Was a figure released does anyone know?

I hope the Cork county board got their 30 pieces of silver anyway

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GAA Discussion / Re: Mayo manager resigns - for defo.
« on: September 27, 2018, 12:02:11 PM »
delas is done Horan manager  for 2 years and Solan his assistant with built in succession clause .
Selectors are Mike, Noel and ray connelly

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 21, 2018, 11:21:55 AM »
The reporting on this has been pretty measured in general.

The media are afraid to side with the wrong party and understandably so. Every commentary has been vague its explanation of the situation and what happened.

Cora has been doing the mé féin gig (with no real return) on the playing field for up to 8 years now and damaging player after player who stand beside her in the forwards. Yet there has been little or no media commentary on this. So I don't see why anyone would be surprised by no off field antics being commented by the media either.
who has she damaged and how.
debate the row on its own merits and don't go bring in old pedjudices that are irelevant
next thing people will be saying 'she wasn't all that good anyway'
its becomomg clearer that Cora is only part of the story and other Carnacon leading lights are throwing back their own shoulders .
but it s rumors have it that it was things the manager said in response that were the straw  that broke the camels back.. these are the deeply personal thing the players keep referring to but never state.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 20, 2018, 10:59:03 AM »
The players clearly started the public mud slinging in this affair and should shoulder more of the blame. If they wanted to say to Leahy in private that it was an unsafe environment they could have. In a public statement though it should been stated that there was a difference of opinion or dissatisfaction with his management style.

To state it was due to an “unsafe environment” that insinuates a serious offence when it comes to a male manager presiding over female players is a disgusting course of action. It was an deliberate attempt to publicly subvert confidence in Leahy.


If you go back through the thread you will find that that hoary old chestnut has been recycled to death.
Ultimately,its time to find another stick to beat them with.
"Hoary old chestnut", that's the crux of the argument you clown. Character assassination in public forums with nothing to back it up. The rest of it is noise at this stage

You made a fool of yourself here yesterday as well,keep it up.
that really hurt my feelings, I'm now concerned for my welfare and mental health. I think you have created an unsafe environment here halfquarter, I need to leave. Let me get Ger Gilroy, Sinead Kissane and the rest of the right on gang into a presser till I announce this.

every one know if you repeat a trith on the internet 3 times it becomes untrue and worse make you boring

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 18, 2018, 03:43:30 PM »
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At this stage Mayo county board should make no further statement, have no further dealings with these rebels and let them feck off with themselves. There is nothing of substance clearly in any of this. These girls are obviously used to calling the shots which Leahy was unwilling to let happen. Let Mayo proceed with girls who are committed. No one should be bigger than the team.

Spot on. Mayo LGFA and Leahy himself should just leave it lie now. Don't fuel it any further and it will die. The players who left are outside the fence looking in now. Mayo and Leahy will carry on preparing for 2019.
And leave the Mayo team without players from possible the best club in the country ?
there is going to have to be proper negotiation when tempers cool.
Cora and some of the others are pushing on but a lotof this carancon Crew are you and it would be a shame if this blighted their careers m
Maybe they will just sit out leahys term

The players left voluntarily. If they want to come back then they will contact the management team. Until then or in the absence of that happening the best thing Leahy and Mayo LGFA can do is just carry on. Mayo won't be winning the 2019 all-Ireland with or without those players.

Mayo LGFA can't let this lie though. They took the decision to throw carnacon out of the mayo championship and were heavily backed by the club's. All of this needs resolving too

Just to clarify, the motion to throw Carnacon out of the Championship came from a club delegate, not from the County Board.
its cabinet responsibility once the motion was passed it becomes county board policy  that why the government  cabinet have strict confidentially  on these things, to avoid some one being thrown under a bus if a policy become unpopular .

does anyone know the exact grounds for canacon appeal being granted?

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 18, 2018, 02:14:00 PM »
At this stage Mayo county board should make no further statement, have no further dealings with these rebels and let them feck off with themselves. There is nothing of substance clearly in any of this. These girls are obviously used to calling the shots which Leahy was unwilling to let happen. Let Mayo proceed with girls who are committed. No one should be bigger than the team.

Spot on. Mayo LGFA and Leahy himself should just leave it lie now. Don't fuel it any further and it will die. The players who left are outside the fence looking in now. Mayo and Leahy will carry on preparing for 2019.
And leave the Mayo team without players from possible the best club in the country ?
there is going to have to be proper negotiation when tempers cool.
Cora and some of the others are pushing on but a lotof this carancon Crew are you and it would be a shame if this blighted their careers m
Maybe they will just sit out leahys term

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still waiting for Parkinson podcast where he doesn't mention the he was a county player and won a minor title.
apart from that his most annoying habit is say 'What I cant understand is'
if you can t under stand it get some one to explain it to you and you might be a little bit more open minded and learn something.
he always listenable though

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 13, 2018, 04:33:15 PM »
But they are the ones being cagey and using words like 'unhealthy' and 'very personal' implies so much.

If these issues are serious enough to cause a mass walk-out in the first place they should surely let their own team-mates or the liaison officer know??

The timeline that we have seems to be it became unsafe, unhealthy and not nice all of a sudden. Getting on to your own team-mates to drop off and forfeit a game is hardly helping their case, or making for a good 'environment'.

I usually am a 'jury is out' man on these things, but only one side has given a clear side of events and that was Leahy. If something was so serious that it forced half a squad out, they should be fuckin screaming blue murder and Leahy and his team should be ran from the association.
And yet we wait...and still we hear whispers and implications...
again if rumours are to be believed is because its a very delicate subject which publicizing would  possibly being non football people and non football related matters into full view . which would be unfair but they still want to get the point across that they found the situation unacceptable .
they should have choosen their words better as those work are normally used a code for sex abuse which is not the case I believe

Enlighten us to these rumours then - You're making very little sense with your replies
Sounds like saying enough to keep casting aspirations on the management team, without giving any actual information.

A bluffer then

no a bluffer just passing on the guts of a rumor pointing out that. were are not in a position to jusge and take sides as  its not always a simple thing to tell the whole story when others are involved and do not not want the subject of the story to become known , this is only 50% a football story .
. yes it did all start with Cora being left off the starting 15 but the management reaction to protests from the carnacon were not seen as appropriate and the carnacon contingent believes aspersions were being made regarding some of their players .and the walkout was decided on by players from carnacon other than Cora ,


 

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GAA Discussion / Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« on: September 13, 2018, 01:53:25 PM »
But they are the ones being cagey and using words like 'unhealthy' and 'very personal' implies so much.

If these issues are serious enough to cause a mass walk-out in the first place they should surely let their own team-mates or the liaison officer know??

The timeline that we have seems to be it became unsafe, unhealthy and not nice all of a sudden. Getting on to your own team-mates to drop off and forfeit a game is hardly helping their case, or making for a good 'environment'.

I usually am a 'jury is out' man on these things, but only one side has given a clear side of events and that was Leahy. If something was so serious that it forced half a squad out, they should be fuckin screaming blue murder and Leahy and his team should be ran from the association.
And yet we wait...and still we hear whispers and implications...
again if rumours are to be believed is because its a very delicate subject which publicizing would  possibly being non football people and non football related matters into full view . which would be unfair but they still want to get the point across that they found the situation unacceptable .
they should have choosen their words better as those work are normally used a code for sex abuse which is not the case I believe

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