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« Reply #57675 on: June 17, 2017, 11:11:31 PM »
We're on the march again... A few big hitters to avoid in the Rd 2 draw on Monday. Hope springs eternal!

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« Reply #57676 on: June 18, 2017, 09:07:38 AM »
Indeed I am not, however if our football team in was in rude health you know they would not have been involved last weekend. It is another indicator.
I think the Slaughtneil template suggests otherwise.  Footballers did well today, a no win situation but put the game to bed early. Interesting interview with Chrissy after the match!

Didn't hear the interview what did Chrissy say?
c'mon Derry ya boys ya!

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« Reply #57677 on: June 18, 2017, 11:14:44 AM »
To paraphrase, that he might prefer another away draw on Monday for the team because of criticism from home "supporters". That is what Radio Ulster and Paddy Cunningham picked up on as "sad".

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« Reply #57678 on: June 18, 2017, 11:20:22 PM »
Congrats to the minors on by all accounts a very impressive performance ,for the Seniors whilst it was obviously a Div 4 team we were playing yesterday it had the potential of a banana skin which was thankfully avoided .

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« Reply #57679 on: June 19, 2017, 07:31:20 AM »
Two great wins at the weekend. Minors again proving Derry are on upward curve.

Seniors progress from a no win situation down in Waterford

Next round is 1/2 July with like of Mayo or Donegal on the cards

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« Reply #57680 on: June 19, 2017, 09:37:42 AM »
Two great wins at the weekend. Minors again proving Derry are on upward curve.

Seniors progress from a no win situation down in Waterford

Next round is 1/2 July with like of Mayo or Donegal on the cards

Handy enough tie away in Castlebar ! Fasten the seat belts for this one

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« Reply #57681 on: June 19, 2017, 01:25:18 PM »
Lynn who is captain played in a league game last Monday evening against physio advice and got injured missing the Derry championship game, what an ass!! What an insult to any loyal Derry supporter, the handful who put their hands in their pockets and travelled to Waterford.

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« Reply #57682 on: June 19, 2017, 01:36:15 PM »
If that's true, and I'll take your word for it, I'd like to make a point.

Enda Lynn let down his team mates, and his management team.

He doesn't owe you anything.  Just because you decide, of your own free will, to spend money to travel to Waterford, doesn't mean that those players are somehow indebted to you.

Whilst you're sitting watching TV at night those boys are training, and living like monks.

Get off your high horse. That sort of chat sickens my dung.

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« Reply #57683 on: June 19, 2017, 01:45:59 PM »
A poor judgement call by Lynn that backfired, but the effort the man has put in wearing the county  jersey over the last decade, I don't think there's too many boys would have an issue with him tbh.

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« Reply #57684 on: June 19, 2017, 02:24:26 PM »
If that's true, and I'll take your word for it, I'd like to make a point.

Enda Lynn let down his team mates, and his management team.

He doesn't owe you anything.  Just because you decide, of your own free will, to spend money to travel to Waterford, doesn't mean that those players are somehow indebted to you.

Whilst you're sitting watching TV at night those boys are training, and living like monks.

Get off your high horse. That sort of chat sickens my dung.

I beg to differ, when you are captain you respect the team, the county and the supporters who are there through thick and thin. As captain he was not thinking one jot about anyone other then himself. You are of course entitled to your opinion.

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« Reply #57685 on: June 19, 2017, 02:39:47 PM »
If that's true, and I'll take your word for it, I'd like to make a point.

Enda Lynn let down his team mates, and his management team.

He doesn't owe you anything.  Just because you decide, of your own free will, to spend money to travel to Waterford, doesn't mean that those players are somehow indebted to you.

Whilst you're sitting watching TV at night those boys are training, and living like monks.

Get off your high horse. That sort of chat sickens my dung.

I beg to differ, when you are captain you respect the team, the county and the supporters who are there through thick and thin. As captain he was not thinking one jot about anyone other then himself. You are of course entitled to your opinion.

his club?

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« Reply #57686 on: June 19, 2017, 02:52:08 PM »
If that's true, and I'll take your word for it, I'd like to make a point.

Enda Lynn let down his team mates, and his management team.

He doesn't owe you anything.  Just because you decide, of your own free will, to spend money to travel to Waterford, doesn't mean that those players are somehow indebted to you.

Whilst you're sitting watching TV at night those boys are training, and living like monks.

Get off your high horse. That sort of chat sickens my dung.

I beg to differ, when you are captain you respect the team, the county and the supporters who are there through thick and thin. As captain he was not thinking one jot about anyone other then himself. You are of course entitled to your opinion.

his club?

so your ok with this behaviour then, you'll hardly be to annoyed when we get beaten, keep all the clubs happy. Couldn't manage for one game, Give my head peace ffs

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« Reply #57687 on: June 19, 2017, 04:30:31 PM »
Bigger talking points than Enda Lynn's hammy to worry about ffs! 'Ohhh the green and red of Mayoooooooo' great game for the players to test themselves against one of the best teams in Ireland, without the added mental Tyrone block. Go out play our own game no one gives us a hope in hell so nothing to loose. Big shout out to Mackers and the minors what an achievement 3 Ulster finals in a row - go get the cup boys!
c'mon Derry ya boys ya!

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« Reply #57688 on: June 19, 2017, 04:58:56 PM »
If that's true, and I'll take your word for it, I'd like to make a point.

Enda Lynn let down his team mates, and his management team.

He doesn't owe you anything.  Just because you decide, of your own free will, to spend money to travel to Waterford, doesn't mean that those players are somehow indebted to you.

Whilst you're sitting watching TV at night those boys are training, and living like monks.

Get off your high horse. That sort of chat sickens my dung.

I beg to differ, when you are captain you respect the team, the county and the supporters who are there through thick and thin. As captain he was not thinking one jot about anyone other then himself. You are of course entitled to your opinion.

his club?

Well his club showed Eff all respect for him, no doubt he felt under pressure to go on and "not let his club down". By letting him play against doctors orders his manager put his health in jeopardy. Not to mention his county ambitions which clearly mean alot too him. Same old story in Derry, clubs putting boys under too much pressure. Manager shouldn't have even entertained the idea of him coming on.
He should have known better himself also, and Barton was wrong to say what he said. No one coming out looking good here.

Anyway.. looking forward to a trip to Castlebar. Doire abu.

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Re: Derry Club football and Hurling
« Reply #57689 on: June 19, 2017, 07:00:57 PM »
Anyone stand out for the minors? Can't get team or report from anywhere.