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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #105 on: January 12, 2018, 06:54:49 PM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #106 on: January 12, 2018, 07:28:53 PM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

lol, you actually wasted time writing that? Ridiculous ideas.

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #107 on: January 12, 2018, 07:33:56 PM »
We'd still be in a low population entity.
I want Ros and Kerry to form one team -sure haven't we 38 or 39 AIs between us.
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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #108 on: January 12, 2018, 07:35:02 PM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

lol, you actually wasted time writing that? Ridiculous ideas.

Well itís already happened to a large extent with rugby in this country in the 90s  but suit yourself

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #109 on: January 12, 2018, 07:35:42 PM »
We'd still be in a low population entity.
I want Ros and Kerry to form one team -sure haven't we 38 or 39 AIs between us.

They have no forwards thatíd get a start anyways.

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #110 on: January 12, 2018, 09:42:39 PM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

lol, you actually wasted time writing that? Ridiculous ideas.

Well itís already happened to a large extent with rugby in this country in the 90s  but suit yourself

Everything that makes the gaa great is lost with your ideas. I have no interest whatsoever in watching some sort of regional team. I have a very strong allegiance to my club and county and I am happy to watch them regularly. Dublin would retain their support but none of the other regions would have a support base.

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #111 on: January 13, 2018, 02:48:40 AM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

lol, you actually wasted time writing that? Ridiculous ideas.

Well itís already happened to a large extent with rugby in this country in the 90s  but suit yourself

Rugby is a minority sport in Ireland and had to create the Province/Club system.

Rugby historically had/has a natural allegiance to the Provinces.

Rugby has a international element, which its 4 clubs Piggyback on!

 

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Re: Tax breaks for intercounty footballers
« Reply #112 on: January 13, 2018, 09:21:46 AM »
Can we assume firstly that if the game goes pro then the county format is gone?

I donít think anyone arguing for professionalism is saying there will be 32 pro teams. They are saying there will be about 10.

I wrote about one possible format and argued for professional here if anyone wants to read https://wp.me/p3MsvZ-14

lol, you actually wasted time writing that? Ridiculous ideas.

Well itís already happened to a large extent with rugby in this country in the 90s  but suit yourself

Everything that makes the gaa great is lost with your ideas. I have no interest whatsoever in watching some sort of regional team. I have a very strong allegiance to my club and county and I am happy to watch them regularly. Dublin would retain their support but none of the other regions would have a support base.

You should tell that to all the Liverpool & Man U supporters in Ireland.