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Re: Ulster Club SFC 2018
« Reply #165 on: November 05, 2018, 05:09:46 PM »
Any word on venues for semi finals?

A double header in Omagh would be ideal

Couldn't schedule games in omagh this time of year. Joke of a surface

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« Reply #166 on: November 05, 2018, 07:08:07 PM »
Any word on venues for semi finals?

A double header in Omagh would be ideal

Couldn't schedule games in omagh this time of year. Joke of a surface

Omagh would be lucky to hold one game at this time of year.

If the two games are scheduled for the same time then loss of revenue shouldnt be an issue as fans can only attend one of them anyway.

Couldnt actually think of a suitable venue that would be fair for all 4 teams in any case

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« Reply #167 on: November 05, 2018, 07:34:15 PM »
Any word on venues for semi finals?

A double header in Omagh would be ideal

Couldn't schedule games in omagh this time of year. Joke of a surface

Omagh would be lucky to hold one game at this time of year.

If the two games are scheduled for the same time then loss of revenue shouldnt be an issue as fans can only attend one of them anyway.

Couldnt actually think of a suitable venue that would be fair for all 4 teams in any case

If it’s in a neutral venue (different county) then the local GAA folk will go and increase the gate.. can’t remember it being done before, will be a junior game as has been the case before
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« Reply #168 on: November 05, 2018, 08:01:34 PM »
That's great going by St Enda's. And them on a hill too.
I wanna have my kicks before the whole shithouse goes up in flames.

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« Reply #169 on: November 05, 2018, 08:23:00 PM »
That's great going by St Enda's. And them on a hill too.

Their old pitch was a proper hill
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« Reply #170 on: November 05, 2018, 09:35:19 PM »
Milltown, what is the craic with Cargin. They got walloped by killyclogher last year and seemed to lie down (at least until late on) against gweedore yesterday.

They would appear to have a sprinkling of quality footballers and always have a big name manager.

Have they no interest in competing in Ulster or are they just crap?

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« Reply #171 on: November 05, 2018, 09:50:50 PM »
Milltown, what is the craic with Cargin. They got walloped by killyclogher last year and seemed to lie down (at least until late on) against gweedore yesterday.

They would appear to have a sprinkling of quality footballers and always have a big name manager.

Have they no interest in competing in Ulster or are they just crap?

There’s a couple Cargin men on here better placed to tell you, but they put so much into winning Antrim that they have peaked come the final and have nowt left for the riggers of Ulster..

quality players no doubt but the longer it continues for them the harder it will be to win a game in Ulster..

Pedigree helps and we’d previous managers with positive runs in Ulster, players had parents also who were involved in Ulster winning campaigns..

They need to gamble on winning Antrim without peaking too early, our lads never trained hard till June so were fresh and fitter come October November time..

Cargin have won a lot of leagues 7/8 championships they are a very good team, just poor in Ulster
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« Reply #172 on: November 05, 2018, 10:06:34 PM »

Beggan was like an outfield player at times and his place kicking was fantastic but he seems to love the attention. Would do well to watch back the AISF to keep his feet on the ground
Where do get off on Beggan seems to love the attention? and that he needs to keep his feet on the ground?  You assume nonsense.


He loves the attention surely. He was running up and down the field like a blue arsed fly yesterday. No call for it at all.
Surely?? Don't call him surely.
Anyway, what the fck would you know about what he loves?

That's his game at club level ..... surely. I should know as he single handedly dragged Scotstown from certain defeat to eventual victory against my club in a county semi final with his forays upfield in the last 1/4.
It's not about attention.

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« Reply #173 on: November 05, 2018, 10:07:12 PM »
Milltown, what is the craic with Cargin. They got walloped by killyclogher last year and seemed to lie down (at least until late on) against gweedore yesterday.

They would appear to have a sprinkling of quality footballers and always have a big name manager.

Have they no interest in competing in Ulster or are they just crap?

There’s a couple Cargin men on here better placed to tell you, but they put so much into winning Antrim that they have peaked come the final and have nowt left for the riggers of Ulster..

quality players no doubt but the longer it continues for them the harder it will be to win a game in Ulster..

Pedigree helps and we’d previous managers with positive runs in Ulster, players had parents also who were involved in Ulster winning campaigns..

They need to gamble on winning Antrim without peaking too early, our lads never trained hard till June so were fresh and fitter come October November time..

Cargin have won a lot of leagues 7/8 championships they are a very good team, just poor in Ulster

Cassidy would have as good a pedigree as you could find for Ulster Club though too? Are they maybe just not good enough?

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« Reply #174 on: November 05, 2018, 10:07:35 PM »

Beggan was like an outfield player at times and his place kicking was fantastic but he seems to love the attention. Would do well to watch back the AISF to keep his feet on the ground
Where do get off on Beggan seems to love the attention? and that he needs to keep his feet on the ground?  You assume nonsense.


He loves the attention surely. He was running up and down the field like a blue arsed fly yesterday. No call for it at all.
Surely?? Don't call him surely.
Anyway, what the fck would you know about what he loves?

That's his game at club level ..... surely. I should know as he single handedly dragged Scotstown from certain defeat to eventual victory against my club in a county semi final with his forays upfield in the last 1/4.
It's not about attention.


You want to ride him?

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« Reply #175 on: November 05, 2018, 10:11:29 PM »
Milltown, they were very lucky to get by St. Gall’s in the semi and won the final by a point. Had they not ‘peaked’ they wouldn’t have won Antrim?


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Re: Ulster Club SFC 2018
« Reply #176 on: November 05, 2018, 10:17:26 PM »

Beggan was like an outfield player at times and his place kicking was fantastic but he seems to love the attention. Would do well to watch back the AISF to keep his feet on the ground
Where do get off on Beggan seems to love the attention? and that he needs to keep his feet on the ground?  You assume nonsense.


He loves the attention surely. He was running up and down the field like a blue arsed fly yesterday. No call for it at all.
Surely?? Don't call him surely.
Anyway, what the fck would you know about what he loves?

That's his game at club level ..... surely. I should know as he single handedly dragged Scotstown from certain defeat to eventual victory against my club in a county semi final with his forays upfield in the last 1/4.
It's not about attention.


You want to ride him?
That's a reply?


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« Reply #177 on: November 05, 2018, 10:25:16 PM »
Milltown, they were very lucky to get by St. Gall’s in the semi and won the final by a point. Had they not ‘peaked’ they wouldn’t have won Antrim?

Exactly my point, they could not afford to not prepare as they did, and Cargin didn’t have a full deck of players all season, Cassidy can only use what’s at his disposal therealdonald..

Cargin lads are aging like our lads, not too many miles left on the clock so winning Antrim is their primary focus.

Cargin are just unlucky they came up against a good Galls team over the years, they could have had a better run in Ulster had they dominated Antrim. Fortunately for us they didn’t!
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« Reply #178 on: November 05, 2018, 11:09:26 PM »
Milltown, what is the craic with Cargin. They got walloped by killyclogher last year and seemed to lie down (at least until late on) against gweedore yesterday.

They would appear to have a sprinkling of quality footballers and always have a big name manager.

Have they no interest in competing in Ulster or are they just crap?

There’s a couple Cargin men on here better placed to tell you, but they put so much into winning Antrim that they have peaked come the final and have nowt left for the riggers of Ulster..

quality players no doubt but the longer it continues for them the harder it will be to win a game in Ulster..

Pedigree helps and we’d previous managers with positive runs in Ulster, players had parents also who were involved in Ulster winning campaigns..

They need to gamble on winning Antrim without peaking too early, our lads never trained hard till June so were fresh and fitter come October November time..

Cargin have won a lot of leagues 7/8 championships they are a very good team, just poor in Ulster

Cassidy would have as good a pedigree as you could find in Ulster Club though too? Are they maybe just not good enough?

Has Cassidy ever won a game in Ulster club as a manager ?
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Re: Ulster Club SFC 2018
« Reply #179 on: November 06, 2018, 06:59:31 AM »
Milltown, what is the craic with Cargin. They got walloped by killyclogher last year and seemed to lie down (at least until late on) against gweedore yesterday.

They would appear to have a sprinkling of quality footballers and always have a big name manager.

Have they no interest in competing in Ulster or are they just crap?

There’s a couple Cargin men on here better placed to tell you, but they put so much into winning Antrim that they have peaked come the final and have nowt left for the riggers of Ulster..

quality players no doubt but the longer it continues for them the harder it will be to win a game in Ulster..

Pedigree helps and we’d previous managers with positive runs in Ulster, players had parents also who were involved in Ulster winning campaigns..

They need to gamble on winning Antrim without peaking too early, our lads never trained hard till June so were fresh and fitter come October November time..

Cargin have won a lot of leagues 7/8 championships they are a very good team, just poor in Ulster

Cassidy would have as good a pedigree as you could find in Ulster Club though too? Are they maybe just not good enough?

Has Cassidy ever won a game in Ulster club as a manager ?

Bellaghy lost 2005 ulster Final to St Galls with Cassidy in charge
not sure about his record with Clonoe
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