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« Reply #38040 on: July 03, 2018, 11:40:30 PM »
Was in Galbally last night not sure how bad keeper was..The way Gavin Devlin run across the field and got the length of the keeper makes me very suspicious... Gavin Devlin did not cover himself in glory in my opinion... 90 per cent of the Ardboe team and management where home at the tea before the ambulance ever arrived.. disappointing behaviour..

What’s disappointing about looking out for your own players welfare?
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Devlin weren’t too worried about his players welfare!!! He was in his car on the way down the road.  He also instructed his players to tog in within mins after the incident had happened.  The county board need to make a statement here - cheating can not be tolerated.

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« Reply #38041 on: July 04, 2018, 12:03:31 AM »
Was in Galbally last night not sure how bad keeper was..The way Gavin Devlin run across the field and got the length of the keeper makes me very suspicious... Gavin Devlin did not cover himself in glory in my opinion... 90 per cent of the Ardboe team and management where home at the tea before the ambulance ever arrived.. disappointing behaviour..

What’s disappointing about looking out for your own players welfare?
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Devlin weren’t too worried about his players welfare!!! He was in his car on the way down the road.  He also instructed his players to tog in within mins after the incident had happened.  The county board need to make a statement here - cheating can not be tolerated.

As with most other issues on here this is getting out of hand very quickly.

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« Reply #38042 on: July 04, 2018, 12:13:29 AM »
The more you hear from posters the more it seems that it might have actually happened. Imangine someone actually needed that ambulance and died because it wasn't available because someone called it to get a game called off. Police should be involved if it turns out that it's true. Aboulste disgrace to the club if he did that

“Police should be involved”

Wise up.

That’s a bigger issue.

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« Reply #38043 on: July 04, 2018, 09:21:21 AM »
I was just looking at Ardboe results there - why did they not try this ‘cheating’ against Donaghmore or Derrylaughan when they were getting well beat? Or maybe horse rang Mickey at half time and asked him what he should do? Some of you lads have too much time in your hands coming up with conspiracy theories! God love youse!

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« Reply #38044 on: July 04, 2018, 10:13:49 AM »
It didn't happen against other teams because the opportunity didn't arise. If it did happen it was a spur of the moment of madness from one person, not preplanned. Bigtogs was at the game and I'm sure his version isn't wrong.

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« Reply #38045 on: July 04, 2018, 10:25:24 AM »
I dunno it all sounds a bit far fetched to me with certain posters on this board happy to stick the boot into Gavin Devlin and/or ardboe.

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« Reply #38046 on: July 04, 2018, 10:37:45 AM »
They did the same thing against Coalisland a couple of years back & against Cookstown in a minor semi final that’s three times in about 5 years - very dubious

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« Reply #38047 on: July 04, 2018, 10:43:54 AM »
They did the same thing against Coalisland a couple of years back & against Cookstown in a minor semi final that’s three times in about 5 years - very dubious

What? They got games abandoned when ambulances were called for injured players? Genuinely didn’t know that.

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« Reply #38048 on: July 04, 2018, 11:01:55 AM »
It’s cheating. Pure and simple. Disgraceful for a club to stoop so low. Not sure what county board can do. Will depend on referees report and if Ardboe left pitch without referee telling them. Honestly it’s the lowest action I’ve heard off in a long long time.

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« Reply #38049 on: July 04, 2018, 11:53:45 AM »
They did the same thing against Coalisland a couple of years back & against Cookstown in a minor semi final that’s three times in about 5 years - very dubious

It happened last year was it against coalisland in ardboe start of the league? Genuienly couldn't see this being planned, seems too far fetched. I'm sure ardboe will try fulfil the replay later in the year when tyrone season is over so that they have M Cassidy and DD Mulgrew back playing. I suppose only fair when playing against galbally who lose no players anyway.

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« Reply #38050 on: July 04, 2018, 01:13:33 PM »
99% of the Ardboe players and management where gone within half an hour or less from the game was stopped.... i did not know at the time how bad the keeper was and still do not know but i would hazard a guess he is not too bad.... as a neutral it looked really bad when the game  was stopped the way Gavin conducted himself....only my opinion... it also is off my opinion Ardboe should not be playing Galbally in a starred game.... Galbally will be sick as they had the game won Ardboe where never going to come back from 11 points down...

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« Reply #38051 on: July 04, 2018, 03:07:24 PM »
I remember Kildress pulling a similar stunt against us in a league semi final back on ‘06 (I think it was ‘06)).The player who the ambulance had to come for was out partying in the glenavon that night. That game had to be replayed with Kildress getting a bigger tanking than they were getting the first day.

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« Reply #38052 on: July 04, 2018, 03:40:05 PM »
I remember Kildress pulling a similar stunt against us in a league semi final back on ‘06 (I think it was ‘06)).The player who the ambulance had to come for was out partying in the glenavon that night. That game had to be replayed with Kildress getting a bigger tanking than they were getting the first day.

Never let the truth get in the way of a good story!  ::)


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« Reply #38053 on: July 04, 2018, 06:33:12 PM »
I remember Kildress pulling a similar stunt against us in a league semi final back on ‘06 (I think it was ‘06)).The player who the ambulance had to come for was out partying in the glenavon that night. That game had to be replayed with Kildress getting a bigger tanking than they were getting the first day.

Never let the truth get in the way of a good story!  ::)

I think you will find this story is fact!!

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« Reply #38054 on: July 04, 2018, 08:45:25 PM »
I remember Kildress pulling a similar stunt against us in a league semi final back on ‘06 (I think it was ‘06)).The player who the ambulance had to come for was out partying in the glenavon that night. That game had to be replayed with Kildress getting a bigger tanking than they were getting the first day.

Never let the truth get in the way of a good story!  ::)

I think you will find this story is fact!!

I'll give you the non carmen propaganda version then. The game played in November was a pretty a close affair not much in it (Carmen leading I believe) and then two players got involved with each other Kildress man hit the deck and a well known hot headed Carmen player who had been involved in many an aggressive incident kicked the player in the head knocking him out cold. Ambulance was called both teams where still on the pitch with a chance for victory but the referee called it off due to fading light. Are you insinuating that the Kildress players ran to the dressing room like Ardboe and went home without the ref say so???

Rumours circulated (probably from Genas or the Corner i'd imagine) that the Kildress player was out that night was bullshit.

The only part of your story which is true is you beat Kildress easily the next day - which went very badly for us in terms of performance and injuries.

ANYWAY Bring me back to the days when we had a rivalry with Carmen!!!! :)