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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by laoislad on Today at 10:38:07 PM »
Worst thing is I bet we could all see that result coming before the game they way things have been going. :-\
Yep. I had the feeling since Ranieri was sacked that this was gonna happen tonight.
Is there any other team that can be so brilliant one game and absolutely horrendous the next?
The thing is I would actually back them to beat Arsenal next week. It's so f**king frustrating.

Yes. Leicester!
;D Feck off!
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Antrim / Re: Antrim Football Thread
« Last post by Milltown Row2 on Today at 10:33:00 PM »
CJ scored 0.8, 6 frees, including the winner.

Tried to find proper match report but couldn't find one, thanks on scores... any other reports??
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GAA Discussion / Re: NFL Division 1 2017
« Last post by straightred on Today at 10:32:44 PM »
Seen Monaghan twice now. Once Live and Once on TV. They are motoring in a high gear at the moment. They are also playing on the edge. In Castlebar with their intensity they sorta caught everyone on the Hop including the Ref. They had a game plan, got into the Mayo heads and controlled the game including the referee who they read like a book. They did the same with Kerry yesterday. Sheehan took the bate.

eh? Hughes took 3 blows to the head yesterday and eventually had to go off with concussion. Walshe had to go off after a heavy knock. It was tough football but you can't say that it was just Monaghan that were "on the edge". Same with the castlebar game (that I was at and therefore saw 1st hand). Mayo are no shrinking violets and they gave as good as they got. From a team that many thought had a soft centre they are now as physical as anyone. The ref didn't allow COC to ref the game that night - fair play to him for that.

Hard to know if monaghan are peaking too soon. I don't even know if they are peaking. Kerry were awful yesterday and Mayo weren't much better in Castlebar. They've probably done enough to stay up but I think they should be pushing on and trying to get to the final. A crack at a Div 1 title would be a huge achievement for a small county like Monaghan and they've put themselves in a great position.
If Div 1 status is safe before the last game, then Monaghan will have achieved full satisfaction in the league campaign.
In order to survive in Div I, Monaghan have to take it seriously, none of this Kerry lark of just doing enough. It's deemed a necessary price to pay. If as you say Kerry were awful and Mayo slightly less awful, then by your reckoning winning the Div 1 title would not be a huge achievement.

What would be a big achievement in 2017 would be to win Ulster, going into it as a distant third rated team and with those Cavan hoors biting at our ankles.

Not saying that at all. Kerry were rubbish yesterday - i dont think anyone would argue otherwise. Monaghan beat them but they themselves had plenty to improve on. The gave up 3 great goal chances for a start. My point was I dont know if monaghan have peaked yet in the same way as say roscommon did peak early last year. A div 1 title would be fantastic. I'm old enough to remember 85 !
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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« Last post by Targetman on Today at 10:29:04 PM »
I hope they do appoint that hateful p***k Ferguson with someone like bomber brown as his assistant, it will be even more carnage at ibrokes!!
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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by The Stallion on Today at 10:28:37 PM »
At least respected posters on here called out Klopp early doors. The internet was behind gaaboard in that respect.

Thanks. Still waiting on apologies from a few posters who ridiculed my completely accurate assertion that Klopp is not a very good manager. Perhaps they are too proud and stubborn to admit I was right all along.

I have been ploughing a lone furrow, battling against the rank stupidity of all my fellow Liverpool supporters on here for over a year in my attempts to make you all see what has been clear to me from the beginning.

Klopp is a clown, not a genius like I've been told by those who preferred blind faith over common sense.
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I remember all the laughing at Roscommon last year when the Hyde pitch was unplayable and a game was moved - at least the game was played!

Maybe if the Meath referee had been there a bit earlier (as arranged -- midday instead of 1pm) we might have had time to switch it too! :P ;)
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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by JoG2 on Today at 10:19:27 PM »
At least respected posters on here called out Klopp early doors. The internet was behind gaaboard in that respect.

Klopp's pedigree will come through
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Antrim / Re: Belfast GAA is dying...
« Last post by Belfast GAA man on Today at 10:17:07 PM »
What a great plan that was to revive the GAA in Belfast ! Not many of the actions appear to have been completed which makes me think it has been put in the bin. When a new county board takes over perhaps they want their own plan but that's a real shame given the work that clearly went into this.

I wonder if the Antrim Vision county board have a plan to revive the GAA in Belfast?

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« Last post by Targetman on Today at 10:15:45 PM »
We'll not worry about that third division outfit just yet,let's get 2 points in Derry on Sunday and we'll have a realistic chance of survival,good to see Burns playing the strongest team still need to be more clinical in front of goal,all in all a step in the right direction!
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General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« Last post by Aaron Boone on Today at 10:11:49 PM »
At least respected posters on here called out Klopp early doors. The internet was behind gaaboard in that respect.
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