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Angelo

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #465 on: September 01, 2019, 06:31:52 PM »
Yeah, I don't know how Brolly and Whelan thought the Cooper/Clifford incident was a free out to Dublin.

It was as clear as day - Clifford tried to let the ball go past him and Cooper was caught on wrong side, knew that Clifford was on a free run through the centre so he pulled his arm.  It shows him pulling his arm, clearly.

I don't know what them two lads are about - clearly out of touch.

Clifford bumped him in the back to let the ball go through... letter of the law it’s probably a free out. For some bizarre reason Cooper grabbed his arm so I can see why he was sent off but it wasn’t cut and dried.

Great game of football I only realised McCaffrey was 25 today what a player he’s brilliant and totally destroys the strength and conditioning myth around the game if you’re good enough you’re big enough.

Dublin made some big errors today namely leaving Cooper on Clifford and MDMA on the field as well as some horrible decision making in the last ten.

They won’t make those mistakes again though.

Kerry didn’t push on when they had the chance and paid for it but they’re a young team and will win All Ireland’s in the next few years. Not this one though.

Jack McCaffrey is 6ft. He's hardly small.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #466 on: September 01, 2019, 06:38:22 PM »
Funny how the game turned out as before it the view from many was Kerry would not be wasteful like Tyrone and Mayo have been in recent All Ireland finals v Dublin yet they missed at least 3-5 there today.  Most myself included couldn't see such a porous defence being able to have a competitive game v Dublin yet on the big day they delivered their best defensive performance this summer and i can imagine that improvement was in no small part to Donie Buckley who also had Mayo so well set in up defence v Dublin. (will need more of the same for the replay)

Now the sending off had a huge bearing on the game. I think it was the correct call but it should have been 14 a side 2nd half. @Farrandeelin to be far the late free from Rock was a far more difficult one than his winning free from 2017.  A missed opportunity for Kerry? i think so but i think Kerry showed today that there is AI in this group of players in the foreseeable future.

Was the late free as difficult as Cillian O Connors attempt that came off the post? (And that he “bottled” according to the Mayo haters)

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« Reply #467 on: September 01, 2019, 06:41:32 PM »
jim gavin nearly cost dublin that game. a poor performance on the sideline from him. if they'd lost, there would have to be serious scrutiny given to his decision to leave cooper in that situation when it was very clear he was getting a roasting and was more than likely going to end up sent off. he didn't make the switch when he should have and because dublin got away with it, it probably wont be looked at in any serious way. and then taking off howard, who was having a great game, and bringing on connolly who offered nothing...that fella must have serious dirt on gavin to be getting the chances he's been given this season.

as for kerry, for all the talk about their forward line, their shooting was cat and the utter failure to capitalise on their man advantage will more than likely come back to haunt them in a couple of weeks. dublin will win the replay.

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« Reply #468 on: September 01, 2019, 06:47:04 PM »
At least whelan has the excuse of being biased. What is brolly’s? Then he questions gough’s integrity for clearly making the correct call.

He wanted Dublin to win, because he’s a bandwagon jumper. Always praising winning teams, and telling us all he’s privy to their training methods, team talks and sleep habits. Kerry winning didn’t fit his agenda.

Sure the Dublin players all do charity work and have time for their fans. As if no other county in the country does that. Gobshite.

his obsession with dublin is very odd. he seems desperate to be somehow involved with them, acting like he's best mates with them all and has the inside track. he just wants to insert himself into their story somehow

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #469 on: September 01, 2019, 06:59:13 PM »
Was the late free as difficult as Cillian O Connors attempt that came off the post? (And that he “bottled” according to the Mayo haters)


More difficult i think for Rock also but some "supporters" will always look for someone to blame for losing.

On another note. 0-10 for D Rock and 0-10 for S O'Shea when did two players score that much in one All Ireland senior final? The minor final which went to extra time had Corbett Cork scoring 1-7 and Culhane Galway scoring 0-10.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #470 on: September 01, 2019, 07:00:10 PM »
At least whelan has the excuse of being biased. What is brolly’s? Then he questions gough’s integrity for clearly making the correct call.

He wanted Dublin to win, because he’s a bandwagon jumper. Always praising winning teams, and telling us all he’s privy to their training methods, team talks and sleep habits. Kerry winning didn’t fit his agenda.

Sure the Dublin players all do charity work and have time for their fans. As if no other county in the country does that. Gobshite.

his obsession with dublin is very odd. he seems desperate to be somehow involved with them, acting like he's best mates with them all and has the inside track. he just wants to insert himself into their story somehow

He done the same with Tyrone from 03 to 08. When tyrone were  not winning he jumped on the anti tyrone bandwagon resulting in his famous Sean cavanagh rant.

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« Reply #471 on: September 01, 2019, 07:14:11 PM »
At least whelan has the excuse of being biased. What is brolly’s? Then he questions gough’s integrity for clearly making the correct call.

He wanted Dublin to win, because he’s a bandwagon jumper. Always praising winning teams, and telling us all he’s privy to their training methods, team talks and sleep habits. Kerry winning didn’t fit his agenda.

Sure the Dublin players all do charity work and have time for their fans. As if no other county in the country does that. Gobshite.

his obsession with dublin is very odd. he seems desperate to be somehow involved with them, acting like he's best mates with them all and has the inside track. he just wants to insert himself into their story somehow

He done the same with Tyrone from 03 to 08. When tyrone were  not winning he jumped on the anti tyrone bandwagon resulting in his famous Sean cavanagh rant.

He’s done the same with Donegal under McGuinness, Crossmaglen and lately Corofin.

Yes, all those teams derserve praise for their achievements. But Brolly goes one further by saying how he attends their training sessions, regularly texts the players, socialises with them, and knows every minute detail of their personal lives. Read his GL column to get a glimpse of his own fantasyland. An utter bullshitter.
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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #472 on: September 01, 2019, 07:23:33 PM »
cooper has been doing that for the last 5 years but no idea why he wasn't subbed before he was a red card waiting to happen

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #473 on: September 01, 2019, 07:25:06 PM »
Yeah exactly. Should have been subbed. Big faux pas from gavin. Plays on the edge so if he has to be disciplined you have taken a lot of his game away.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #474 on: September 01, 2019, 07:37:05 PM »
jim gavin nearly cost dublin that game. a poor performance on the sideline from him. if they'd lost, there would have to be serious scrutiny given to his decision to leave cooper in that situation when it was very clear he was getting a roasting and was more than likely going to end up sent off. he didn't make the switch when he should have and because dublin got away with it, it probably wont be looked at in any serious way. and then taking off howard, who was having a great game, and bringing on connolly who offered nothing...that fella must have serious dirt on gavin to be getting the chances he's been given this season.

as for kerry, for all the talk about their forward line, their shooting was cat and the utter failure to capitalise on their man advantage will more than likely come back to haunt them in a couple of weeks. dublin will win the replay.

Poor decisions during the game from Dublin, Kerry subs contributed 1-2, Dublin subs  0-0.



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« Reply #475 on: September 01, 2019, 07:40:34 PM »
There was a year against mayo gavin nearly lost it for them too when he didn’t play Connolly and played O’Gara. Still a great manager but fallible.

Kerry subs 1-2 plus Walsh caused all kinds of bother. He really can’t kick a ball any more though.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #476 on: September 01, 2019, 07:46:35 PM »
Jack Mc is the best footballer of his generation and an all time great. He's scarily good.

Kerry fucked it in the bin in the first 20 mins. Panicked early and snatched at a lot.l, leading to some awful wides.

Johnny Cooper has deserved that red card for about 8 years but the penalty was a joke of a call. Both yellows thoroughly deserved. On first viewing I thought he sacrificed himself after getting turned but the replay showed he clearly had a hold of his arm in advance of the turn. Stupidity whilst already on a yellow and having conceded a penalty.

Mannion and Con won't be as poor/quiet the next day. Nor will Clifford. Kerry need to sort out their discipline when it comes to shape. Stephen O'Brien shouldn't be popping up at right half back when they've am extra man.

Gavin White was absolutely brutal and could be dropped. Sherwood had a huge influence when he came on.

Ref was fine, kept the game moving. Only contentious call was not sending O'Sullivan and it was nowhere near as blatant as cooper. Fitzmaurice will be happy.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #477 on: September 01, 2019, 07:49:01 PM »
At least the Minor game will be interesting.

?? U must have been disappointed Kerry player so while. Hope the better half didnt get the slaps.

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #478 on: September 01, 2019, 07:54:24 PM »
There was a year against mayo gavin nearly lost it for them too when he didn’t play Connolly and played O’Gara. Still a great manager but fallible.

Kerry subs 1-2 plus Walsh caused all kinds of bother. He really can’t kick a ball any more though.

That's a bit harsh, had two shots, fluffed the first one and scored the second from a more difficult position

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Re: Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final 2019
« Reply #479 on: September 01, 2019, 08:00:28 PM »
At least whelan has the excuse of being biased. What is brolly’s? Then he questions gough’s integrity for clearly making the correct call.

He wanted Dublin to win, because he’s a bandwagon jumper. Always praising winning teams, and telling us all he’s privy to their training methods, team talks and sleep habits. Kerry winning didn’t fit his agenda.

Sure the Dublin players all do charity work and have time for their fans. As if no other county in the country does that. Gobshite.

his obsession with dublin is very odd. he seems desperate to be somehow involved with them, acting like he's best mates with them all and has the inside track. he just wants to insert himself into their story somehow

He done the same with Tyrone from 03 to 08. When tyrone were  not winning he jumped on the anti tyrone bandwagon resulting in his famous Sean cavanagh rant.

An odious **** who wants to be part of the winning story always.