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« Reply #11865 on: February 27, 2020, 09:21:03 PM »
Listened to the Podcast by Jarlath Burns on Off the Ball (i think that was it)
I had a very different view of him before listening - have met him a few times and know that he is very driven and focused and hard working etc...the podcast would suggest that he might have some substance to his drive for President.

Anyone heard it?

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« Reply #11866 on: February 27, 2020, 09:28:58 PM »
Listened to the Podcast by Jarlath Burns on Off the Ball (i think that was it)
I had a very different view of him before listening - have met him a few times and know that he is very driven and focused and hard working etc...the podcast would suggest that he might have some substance to his drive for President.

Anyone heard it?

Most of these guys talk the talk , but walking it is different. The Last President who walked the walk was Peter Quinn. The current one went in on the ticket of sorting the fixtures, he has been useless.

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« Reply #11867 on: February 27, 2020, 09:46:18 PM »
Listened to the Podcast by Jarlath Burns on Off the Ball (i think that was it)
I had a very different view of him before listening - have met him a few times and know that he is very driven and focused and hard working etc...the podcast would suggest that he might have some substance to his drive for President.

Anyone heard it?

Most of these guys talk the talk , but walking it is different. The Last President who walked the walk was Peter Quinn. The current one went in on the ticket of sorting the fixtures, he has been useless.

You listened to the podcast then - what did you think?

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« Reply #11868 on: February 28, 2020, 09:05:13 AM »
Tyrone game moving to Sunday now?
Healy Park some let down for a county ground.

Has this been confirmed anywhere?
That was never a square ball!!

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« Reply #11869 on: February 28, 2020, 10:14:32 AM »
Pomeroy or Edendork??

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« Reply #11870 on: February 28, 2020, 10:36:26 AM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Remember Galway played in Pomeroy in the 03 league, the Galway manager said something like- we're playing in someplace called Pomeroy, so that should be interesting. He mustn't of knew there was a song about that area.

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« Reply #11871 on: February 28, 2020, 10:51:10 AM »
Is Pomeroy new facility near close to completion? Be some way to open it.

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« Reply #11872 on: February 28, 2020, 10:58:27 AM »
Did McGeary get the Red Overturned? If not what a nightmare that would be in Dub game ended up there.

Also did I hear before Pomeroy hard to get connected for Tv etc???

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« Reply #11873 on: February 28, 2020, 11:39:57 AM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy

 

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« Reply #11874 on: February 28, 2020, 11:42:07 AM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy

The Dubs don't have a central training centre sure! They get trained in portacabins.....so they say.

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« Reply #11875 on: February 28, 2020, 11:55:29 AM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy
Wouldn't make a whole pile of difference.. Dublin U20s would bate us at the minute

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« Reply #11876 on: February 28, 2020, 12:42:39 PM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy
Wouldn't make a whole pile of difference.. Dublin U20s would bate us at the minute

We beat Kerry 3 weeks ago

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« Reply #11877 on: February 28, 2020, 12:56:59 PM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy
Wouldn't make a whole pile of difference.. Dublin U20s would bate us at the minute

We beat Kerry 3 weeks ago
You're only as good as your last game.. As the old saying goes BigPackie

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« Reply #11878 on: February 28, 2020, 12:57:55 PM »
Listened to the Podcast by Jarlath Burns on Off the Ball (i think that was it)
I had a very different view of him before listening - have met him a few times and know that he is very driven and focused and hard working etc...the podcast would suggest that he might have some substance to his drive for President.

Anyone heard it?

Most of these guys talk the talk , but walking it is different. The Last President who walked the walk was Peter Quinn. The current one went in on the ticket of sorting the fixtures, he has been useless.

You listened to the podcast then - what did you think?

Listen, why? As I said already, they are good at talking the talk, I will judge him walking the walk. If he sorts fixtures he will have an outstanding success. But you won't sort it out if you spend to much time talking.

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« Reply #11879 on: February 28, 2020, 12:59:00 PM »
Looking like a washout Saturday.Pomeroy on standby apparently be some culture shock for the Blues.

Some culture shock is right. How would their entourage fit in those changing rooms?

a club senior team can barely fit in the changing rooms and often have to move half the lads into another changing room to get togged out, and then bring everyone into the one room for the team talk. I would guess the majority of the dublin lads have never experienced anything like that before... and i would think pomeroy might pull the old trick were the electric for the building has suddenly stopped working, leaving the changing rooms with no source of light  ::)

also worth noting that the warm up is done on a tiny area of the back pitch that is literally surrounded by parked cars, it would make for an interesting spectacle.

Truly hope the game goes to pomeroy

The game needs to be played there to embarrass the county board into doing something with Omagh pitch