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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #165 on: September 06, 2018, 11:25:45 PM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

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« Reply #166 on: September 07, 2018, 08:31:21 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #167 on: September 07, 2018, 08:34:12 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

Trust me, she doesn't have a legitimate grievance. She does have a grievance alright that someone dared to suggest she would be a better impact sub than starter. If you think there is something sinister at play why did the remaining panel members come out so strongly and say there wasn't and site a fail coup. Cora is trying to change the narrative to explain her outrageous actions which sabotaged the teams chances this year by pretending there was some almighty cause she was defending. What is most annoying is that no media outlet will even ask her a hard question on it.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #168 on: September 07, 2018, 09:10:08 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

Trust me, she doesn't have a legitimate grievance. She does have a grievance alright that someone dared to suggest she would be a better impact sub than starter. If you think there is something sinister at play why did the remaining panel members come out so strongly and say there wasn't and site a fail coup. Cora is trying to change the narrative to explain her outrageous actions which sabotaged the teams chances this year by pretending there was some almighty cause she was defending. What is most annoying is that no media outlet will even ask her a hard question on it.

Yep. And it's not Cora who's behind thr whole thing either. Martha Carter has more explaining to do if my source (who is on thr panel) told me yesterday.
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« Reply #169 on: September 07, 2018, 09:22:35 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #170 on: September 07, 2018, 09:44:32 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
Well there is a book to be selling in the near future.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #171 on: September 07, 2018, 10:04:38 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

Trust me, she doesn't have a legitimate grievance. She does have a grievance alright that someone dared to suggest she would be a better impact sub than starter. If you think there is something sinister at play why did the remaining panel members come out so strongly and say there wasn't and site a fail coup. Cora is trying to change the narrative to explain her outrageous actions which sabotaged the teams chances this year by pretending there was some almighty cause she was defending. What is most annoying is that no media outlet will even ask her a hard question on it.

I can see it from her perspective though.  She is their best player so why shouldn't she deserve to start?  Hardly being treated fairly.
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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #172 on: September 07, 2018, 10:10:00 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

Trust me, she doesn't have a legitimate grievance. She does have a grievance alright that someone dared to suggest she would be a better impact sub than starter. If you think there is something sinister at play why did the remaining panel members come out so strongly and say there wasn't and site a fail coup. Cora is trying to change the narrative to explain her outrageous actions which sabotaged the teams chances this year by pretending there was some almighty cause she was defending. What is most annoying is that no media outlet will even ask her a hard question on it.

I can see it from her perspective though.  She is their best player so why shouldn't she deserve to start?  Hardly being treated fairly.

You havenít watched much of Mayo if you think sheís still their best player.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #173 on: September 07, 2018, 10:16:55 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
Well there is a book to be selling in the near future.
Documentary about her year in AFL on TG4 coming up too....hmm

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #174 on: September 07, 2018, 10:22:44 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
Well there is a book to be selling in the near future.
Documentary about her year in AFL on TG4 coming up too....hmm

Year? The competition was 7 weeks long.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #175 on: September 07, 2018, 11:19:22 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.
but shes not staying quiet on it. She was on the national airways saying that an environment full of young women, some of them under 18, run by a man is "not safe". WTF? How can that go unchallenged. If I was Peter Leahy and his backroom team I'd be in my solicitors office and their'd be writs flying all over the shop. An outrageous statement to just throw out there given the context.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #176 on: September 07, 2018, 11:51:39 AM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

Trust me, she doesn't have a legitimate grievance. She does have a grievance alright that someone dared to suggest she would be a better impact sub than starter. If you think there is something sinister at play why did the remaining panel members come out so strongly and say there wasn't and site a fail coup. Cora is trying to change the narrative to explain her outrageous actions which sabotaged the teams chances this year by pretending there was some almighty cause she was defending. What is most annoying is that no media outlet will even ask her a hard question on it.

I can see it from her perspective though.  She is their best player so why shouldn't she deserve to start?  Hardly being treated fairly.

Managers decide who starts. She was away in Australia and comes back and should start? Plus if you ever watch Mayo she is a poor influence on other players, she doesnt pass and tries to do everything herself. I can easily see why manager would take the view she should start off the bench.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #177 on: September 07, 2018, 12:13:13 PM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
Well there is a book to be selling in the near future.
Documentary about her year in AFL on TG4 coming up too....hmm

Year? The competition was 7 weeks long.
It's only a relatively new competition isn't it? And it's odd that it took place almost before the men's AFL season even begun.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #178 on: September 07, 2018, 12:15:13 PM »
Cora Staunton may have a legitimate grievance. I donít know that. You donít know that. However, Iím not going to completely discount it.

If she had a legitimate grievance then she should be taking it through the LGFA disciplinary bodies, she's doing no one any favors by staying quiet on the matter like she's doing now, if some thing was wrong with the setup she should expose it.

She signed an NDA!

Then she shouldn't be going next nor near the media, to be fair.
Well there is a book to be selling in the near future.
Documentary about her year in AFL on TG4 coming up too....hmm

Year? The competition was 7 weeks long.
It's only a relatively new competition isn't it? And it's odd that it took place almost before the men's AFL season even begun.

Why is it odd? Going head-to-head with a much more established brand of the same sport doesnít seem like a smart idea if you want to gain some traction.

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Re: Row in Mayo LGFA
« Reply #179 on: September 07, 2018, 03:14:31 PM »
Feels like something that has grown a life of its own and has got out of hand but the Carnacon crew can't row back on it now without seriously losing face as they have pushed it too far. They can't say they just got the hump with Cora not being selected so instead there is a lot of very vague loose talk about "safety" and "environments" which is just raising more questions which nobody can answer.