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what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« on: February 09, 2010, 03:48:59 PM »
i think it's great that dinny is back in antrim. his commitment can't be questioned. when he was up here in his previous stint, antrim played a fluent, stylish brand of hurling, particularly improving the half back line performances. antrim pushed tipp in 2002 and almost beat wexford in 2003 and it would be great to if antrim could improve on those performances.

although cork slaughtered us in 2004 after dinny foolishly ridiculed some of the cork team, i think his presence at the healm is a good thing. i just hope he doesn't repeat his mccarthy/corcoran type comments in the near future. 

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2010, 10:01:59 AM »
i think it's great that dinny is back in antrim. his commitment can't be questioned. when he was up here in his previous stint, antrim played a fluent, stylish brand of hurling, particularly improving the half back line performances. antrim pushed tipp in 2002 and almost beat wexford in 2003 and it would be great to if antrim could improve on those performances.

although cork slaughtered us in 2004 after dinny foolishly ridiculed some of the cork team, i think his presence at the healm is a good thing. i just hope he doesn't repeat his mccarthy/corcoran type comments in the near future.

I,d say you,ll see a much wiser Dinny this time round.

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2010, 10:11:14 AM »
I think he'll bring a lot to the table as well. He lost the plot a bit at the press conference that day and had been doing okay until then. I think the press hyped up his remarks somewhat as well. 

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2010, 12:38:57 PM »
Nothing new.
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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2010, 11:20:02 PM »
Microwave dinners.


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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2010, 02:47:49 AM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2010, 08:14:31 AM »
Tablets for migraines.
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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2010, 09:15:01 AM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #8 on: February 12, 2010, 07:53:10 PM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

And Jesus wept.

He was drunk last night when he posted this.
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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #9 on: February 15, 2010, 11:12:30 PM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

And Jesus wept.

It's not 'and Jesus wept'... it's 'Jesus wept.'  It's the shortest verse in the bible. It is found in the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35.
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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #10 on: February 16, 2010, 11:39:00 AM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

And Jesus wept.
Get rid of him now. Defeat against Carlow is not good enough. He,s dragging Ulster hurling backwards.  :D ;) ;D

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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #11 on: February 17, 2010, 11:41:08 AM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

And Jesus wept.

It's not 'and Jesus wept'... it's 'Jesus wept.'  It's the shortest verse in the bible. It is found in the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35.

Apologies. I'm not really what you'd call a biblical scholar.
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Re: what will dinny bring to the table this year?
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2010, 09:53:51 PM »
Nah boys, give him a chance. Seriously, we in Ulster hurling need Antrim to do well so that we can all progress.

How on earth is our need to do well in any way a response to criticism about Dinny? You may as well have said "sure we're stuck with him, let's just put up with it."

He was doing a good job of things first time round before making a w**ker of his players and county board with his rants. What other county would bring someone like that back into the fold.

And Jesus wept.

It's not 'and Jesus wept'... it's 'Jesus wept.'  It's the shortest verse in the bible. It is found in the Gospel of John, chapter 11, verse 35.

Apologies. I'm not really what you'd call a biblical scholar.

Neither am I... it came up in a quiz I was at...