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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #345 on: September 02, 2018, 10:10:36 PM »
The RTE pundits (imo pointedly) kept reiterating how the Dubs should be applauded for their conduct on and off the pitch and what great role models they are. Not something you ever hear about Tyrone. Brolly is bound to know the inside line on these stories.

FFS! That you would take Brolly as a neutral arbiter in anything tells me all I need to know regarding your quest for justice.
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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #346 on: September 02, 2018, 10:16:18 PM »
But james mccarthy text messaged him...

(In another name dropping story that no one gave a crap about but brolly wanted to blow his own trumpet because he had "mates" on the dublin team)

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #347 on: September 02, 2018, 10:38:17 PM »
Nothing new with Tyrone. Sledging is part of the game but references to peopleís personal lives and things like the death of a father or another loved one or sectarian abuse are over the line of acceptable sledging. Mickey Harte may not condone it but he certainly never condemns it. For someone who has been through so much personally I would question his a la Carte Christian views on what is acceptable and what isnít.

Bit like the al la carte views on what consitutes rape in in the Ulster trial threads..

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #348 on: September 02, 2018, 10:55:13 PM »
Nothing new with Tyrone. Sledging is part of the game but references to peopleís personal lives and things like the death of a father or another loved one or sectarian abuse are over the line of acceptable sledging. Mickey Harte may not condone it but he certainly never condemns it. For someone who has been through so much personally I would question his a la Carte Christian views on what is acceptable and what isnít.

Bit like the al la carte views on what consitutes rape in in the Ulster trial threads..

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #349 on: September 02, 2018, 11:10:47 PM »
Good stuff

The c**k that hangs from your forehead is in danger of entering your mouth it seems....?
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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #350 on: September 02, 2018, 11:12:17 PM »
Nothing new with Tyrone. Sledging is part of the game but references to peopleís personal lives and things like the death of a father or another loved one or sectarian abuse are over the line of acceptable sledging. Mickey Harte may not condone it but he certainly never condemns it. For someone who has been through so much personally I would question his a la Carte Christian views on what is acceptable and what isnít.

Bit like the al la carte views on what consitutes rape in in the Ulster trial threads..

https://www.facebook.com/28373121592/posts/10155825141921593/
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Good stuff Benny!!!

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #351 on: September 02, 2018, 11:18:14 PM »
Good stuff

The c**k that hangs from your forehead is in danger of entering your mouth it seems....?
Classy stuff from a man who has been making an arse of his mouth for ages
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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #352 on: September 04, 2018, 01:58:44 PM »
Canít say Iím surprised to hear.. Sure these players were part of the u21 team that played Tipperary and wrote the names and numbers of Tip players girlfriends on there arms.. No class
This was supposed to be Conor Gormley on Alan Brogan.

Getting more Urban Mythy.
Do people even know other peopleís mobile phone numbers?
I know Tipp were very upset with some opposition antics after it, but don't know what it was.

Only this week Brogan was on some preview show and said that Gormley never sledged him, nor Ricey. But that it was Gormley who was mostly marking him, and of course he got plenty of physical stuff but nothing out of bounds. He said Ricey probably did sledge some Dubs, but that the only bad sledging he got from Tyrone was from the physio/doctor in the Battle of Omagh!

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #353 on: September 04, 2018, 02:13:31 PM »
Canít say Iím surprised to hear.. Sure these players were part of the u21 team that played Tipperary and wrote the names and numbers of Tip players girlfriends on there arms.. No class
This was supposed to be Conor Gormley on Alan Brogan.

Getting more Urban Mythy.
Do people even know other peopleís mobile phone numbers?
I know Tipp were very upset with some opposition antics after it, but don't know what it was.

Only this week Brogan was on some preview show and said that Gormley never sledged him, nor Ricey. But that it was Gormley who was mostly marking him, and of course he got plenty of physical stuff but nothing out of bounds. He said Ricey probably did sledge some Dubs, but that the only bad sledging he got from Tyrone was from the physio/doctor in the Battle of Omagh!

Nope was Tyrone u21s was the talk of our uni Gaelic team at the time as we had a few players who were friendly with Tipp ones and this is what they were at.

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #354 on: September 04, 2018, 09:37:44 PM »
This rumor, above - started before Tyrone even played Tipperary. It was alleged to have happened during the Dublin games of 08, or shortly thereafter.


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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #355 on: September 04, 2018, 10:31:06 PM »
This rumor, above - started before Tyrone even played Tipperary. It was alleged to have happened during the Dublin games of 08, or shortly thereafter.

None of which discounts it happening in the Tipp game too given that coupled with their minorsí behaviour around the same time against Donegal establish a track record. If you want to be above reproach donít roll around in the dirt and then get annoyed when people lean towards thinking youíre dirty.

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #356 on: September 04, 2018, 10:31:27 PM »
Canít say Iím surprised to hear.. Sure these players were part of the u21 team that played Tipperary and wrote the names and numbers of Tip players girlfriends on there arms.. No class
This was supposed to be Conor Gormley on Alan Brogan.

Getting more Urban Mythy.
Do people even know other peopleís mobile phone numbers?
I know Tipp were very upset with some opposition antics after it, but don't know what it was.

Only this week Brogan was on some preview show and said that Gormley never sledged him, nor Ricey. But that it was Gormley who was mostly marking him, and of course he got plenty of physical stuff but nothing out of bounds. He said Ricey probably did sledge some Dubs, but that the only bad sledging he got from Tyrone was from the physio/doctor in the Battle of Omagh!

Nope was Tyrone u21s was the talk of our uni Gaelic team at the time as we had a few players who were friendly with Tipp ones and this is what they were at.

Heard it from someone who heard it from someone. Yeah yeah.

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #357 on: September 04, 2018, 10:52:50 PM »
This rumor, above - started before Tyrone even played Tipperary. It was alleged to have happened during the Dublin games of 08, or shortly thereafter.

None of which discounts it happening in the Tipp game too given that coupled with their minorsí behaviour around the same time against Donegal establish a track record. If you want to be above reproach donít roll around in the dirt and then get annoyed when people lean towards thinking youíre dirty.

Highlighted for your convenience. Thought a wee legal eagle like yourself would discern the difference, but as usual you've gone full bore and extrapolated rumor to establishment of a track record. Sorry your grudge match never materialized.

Fair Play to you, for never ceasing to amaze. Hang em, and Hang em high.

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #358 on: September 04, 2018, 11:06:37 PM »
This rumor, above - started before Tyrone even played Tipperary. It was alleged to have happened during the Dublin games of 08, or shortly thereafter.

None of which discounts it happening in the Tipp game too given that coupled with their minorsí behaviour around the same time against Donegal establish a track record. If you want to be above reproach donít roll around in the dirt and then get annoyed when people lean towards thinking youíre dirty.

Highlighted for your convenience. Thought a wee legal eagle like yourself would discern the difference, but as usual you've gone full bore and extrapolated rumor to establishment of a track record. Sorry your grudge match never materialized.

Fair Play to you, for never ceasing to amaze. Hang em, and Hang em high.

Usually when the same bush produces smoke over and over again itís not because the world is out to get it.

Try as you might this is a hard accusation to wriggle out of. It seems trying to do so is the excuse for people in Tyrone GAA to not come out against it and put a stop to it, though.

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Re: Should Tyrone speak to RTE
« Reply #359 on: September 04, 2018, 11:14:19 PM »
This rumor, above - started before Tyrone even played Tipperary. It was alleged to have happened during the Dublin games of 08, or shortly thereafter.

None of which discounts it happening in the Tipp game too given that coupled with their minorsí behaviour around the same time against Donegal establish a track record. If you want to be above reproach donít roll around in the dirt and then get annoyed when people lean towards thinking youíre dirty.

Highlighted for your convenience. Thought a wee legal eagle like yourself would discern the difference, but as usual you've gone full bore and extrapolated rumor to establishment of a track record. Sorry your grudge match never materialized.

Fair Play to you, for never ceasing to amaze. Hang em, and Hang em high.

Usually when the same bush produces smoke over and over again itís not because the world is out to get it.

Try as you might this is a hard accusation to wriggle out of. It seems trying to do so is the excuse for people in Tyrone GAA to not come out against it and put a stop to it, though.

Seriously, are you arguing that a bunch of 20 years olds researched who another bunch of 20 year oldís (from the other end of the country) girlfriends were? Then went and found the phone numbers of said girlfriends? Then wrote these phone numbers on their arms then went around the players and showed them their phone numbers? Saying ahhh I have your girlfriends number and although I live over 100 miles away Iím shagging her?  Jesus wept. Do people really think his happened? And did the Tipp players really give a shite on the off chance it did? Feck me we have some counties spooked big time with our myths.
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