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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40200 on: May 24, 2019, 09:12:39 AM »
As I said I hadn't read the pages back, therefore I didn't know his jaw was broken, and that goes along way to explaining why he didn't defend himself, or was unable to defend himself, regardless of whatever size he is, don't know the fella at all.  I use to box at a time and did pretty well at it to, thx

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« Reply #40201 on: May 24, 2019, 09:39:17 AM »
Can i just clear up, that he doesn't have a broken jaw.
He was concussed and suffered facial injuries including broken nose.
He had to be helped from the pitch and was unable to continue.
This all in the first 30 seconds of the game
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« Reply #40202 on: May 24, 2019, 09:56:23 AM »
Can i just clear up, that he doesn't have a broken jaw.
He was concussed and suffered facial injuries including broken nose.
He had to be helped from the pitch and was unable to continue.
This all in the first 30 seconds of the game

Disgusting dirty action. tr**p who did this should be named and shamed on here

Hope it goes to the courts. This crap has to stop

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« Reply #40203 on: May 24, 2019, 11:51:18 AM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

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« Reply #40204 on: May 24, 2019, 11:58:15 AM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

You'll search long and hard to find ANYONE who will agree with you on your opinion here

I've said on here in the past that if two guys go at it on the pitch following a bad tackle/niggling etc, thats one thing. I dont agree with it but every person can make their own decision as to whether to go toe to toe knowing they are likely to get sent off and/or hurt. Bottom line is that they are ready to fight and prepared for it. Someone who punches a player when they go to shake their hand at the start of the match and so are unprepared for it is a cowardly ****. I would have no sympathy for  that p***k if he ended up in the courts. Same as late hits/blindside punches etc.

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« Reply #40205 on: May 24, 2019, 12:36:56 PM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

Not a great post lad. I hope my thinking is correct and you are about 17 or 18. Plenty of time to grow up - always remember, no matter how hard you are or think you are, you'll find someone harder.

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« Reply #40206 on: May 25, 2019, 05:34:50 PM »
Seen the cookstown v Augher match recently and cookstown had a young centre forward by the name of Ronan Donnelly, scored 4 points looked like he could do a job at a higher level. Another fella I seen who looked like he had county in him was Haydn McNamee from Strabane, looked like he had a head about him.

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« Reply #40207 on: May 26, 2019, 11:24:53 AM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

You'll search long and hard to find ANYONE who will agree with you on your opinion here

I've said on here in the past that if two guys go at it on the pitch following a bad tackle/niggling etc, thats one thing. I dont agree with it but every person can make their own decision as to whether to go toe to toe knowing they are likely to get sent off and/or hurt. Bottom line is that they are ready to fight and prepared for it. Someone who punches a player when they go to shake their hand at the start of the match and so are unprepared for it is a cowardly ****. I would have no sympathy for  that p***k if he ended up in the courts. Same as late hits/blindside punches etc.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40208 on: May 26, 2019, 10:36:02 PM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

The problem with your "fight or flight" is that when the situation is one of neither "fight nor flight", ie, shaking an on-field opponent's hand before the throw-in, and you throw a sly dig, then that's just a knackerish thing to do, and you deserve to be hauled through whatever civic provisions as exist to put you away so that you cannot inflict that damage on any other innocents for a while.

Don't attempt to put a gloss on that kind of thuggish behaviour please, it has no place in our games.
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« Reply #40209 on: May 26, 2019, 11:14:18 PM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

The problem with your "fight or flight" is that when the situation is one of neither "fight nor flight", ie, shaking an on-field opponent's hand before the throw-in, and you throw a sly dig, then that's just a knackerish thing to do, and you deserve to be hauled through whatever civic provisions as exist to put you away so that you cannot inflict that damage on any other innocents for a while.

Don't attempt to put a gloss on that kind of thuggish behaviour please, it has no place in our games.

Would you take the time to read the posts you tube. I said and stand by it, if you get hit like that, hit back and defend yourself. Feck the suspension. Someone hits you dirty defend yourself. What’s complicated about that. What I didn’t know and said it in my first post that I hadn’t read any posts prior to my first post, and then a subsequent post from another explained, was that the lad was seriously hurt explaining why he was unable to defend him and had to leave the pitch injured.
If you want to stand and let someone hit you and not defend yourself, your welcome to it, but I will defend myself on a pitch or anywhere else, providing I am not badly hurt as this young man was as a result of the dirty dig

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40210 on: May 26, 2019, 11:25:38 PM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

The problem with your "fight or flight" is that when the situation is one of neither "fight nor flight", ie, shaking an on-field opponent's hand before the throw-in, and you throw a sly dig, then that's just a knackerish thing to do, and you deserve to be hauled through whatever civic provisions as exist to put you away so that you cannot inflict that damage on any other innocents for a while.

Don't attempt to put a gloss on that kind of thuggish behaviour please, it has no place in our games.

Would you take the time to read the posts you tube. I said and stand by it, if you get hit like that, hit back and defend yourself. Feck the suspension. Someone hits you dirty defend yourself. What’s complicated about that. What I didn’t know and said it in my first post that I hadn’t read any posts prior to my first post, and then a subsequent post from another explained, was that the lad was seriously hurt explaining why he was unable to defend him and had to leave the pitch injured.
If you want to stand and let someone hit you and not defend yourself, your welcome to it, but I will defend myself on a pitch or anywhere else, providing I am not badly hurt as this young man was as a result of the dirty dig

Keep digging why don't you.
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40211 on: May 28, 2019, 01:10:35 PM »
Did y'all hear the latest about the lad involved in this incident?

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« Reply #40212 on: May 28, 2019, 01:24:06 PM »
go on...………..

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« Reply #40213 on: May 28, 2019, 01:26:28 PM »
Something doing the rounds on social media. Its an off the field thing. Best not say.


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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #40214 on: May 28, 2019, 03:13:47 PM »
Something doing the rounds on social media. Its an off the field thing. Best not say.

Why did you bring it up then? ;D