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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #390 on: August 13, 2020, 05:33:58 PM »
A couple of right oul begrudgers here or is it chauvinism against people who might not be proper "Gales"?
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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #391 on: August 13, 2020, 06:01:05 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

Aye canít think why Jerome wants to coach the most high profile team about, not to drive traffic to his sites or give him content for the sites. Jerome is no mug

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #392 on: August 13, 2020, 06:26:57 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

Aye canít think why Jerome wants to coach the most high profile team about, not to drive traffic to his sites or give him content for the sites. Jerome is no mug

Seriously? You think Jerome makes a fortune doing what he does?

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #393 on: August 13, 2020, 06:51:48 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

Aye canít think why Jerome wants to coach the most high profile team about, not to drive traffic to his sites or give him content for the sites. Jerome is no mug

Seriously? You think Jerome makes a fortune doing what he does?

He did a good job at the Higher Education games - must work on his own.

Fair play to him.

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #394 on: August 13, 2020, 07:12:13 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #395 on: August 13, 2020, 07:13:09 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

Aye canít think why Jerome wants to coach the most high profile team about, not to drive traffic to his sites or give him content for the sites. Jerome is no mug
Aye cos videoing ladies football is where all the dough is these days lol

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #396 on: August 13, 2020, 07:14:37 PM »
Begrudge East Belfast GAA!

Begrudge Jerome!

Begrudge everybody!

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #397 on: August 13, 2020, 07:45:27 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

So??? Whats the point you're trying to make here?

The amount of crap on here in the last few pages is laughable. For what its worth, Jerome Quinn is not "following them round like a puppy". He's training the ladies team and is there every night. Some bitter bitter men about.
« Last Edit: August 13, 2020, 07:50:15 PM by RedHand88 »

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #398 on: August 13, 2020, 09:48:27 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

Some dung talked there.

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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #399 on: August 14, 2020, 12:08:04 AM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

So??? Whats the point you're trying to make here?

The amount of crap on here in the last few pages is laughable. For what its worth, Jerome Quinn is not "following them round like a puppy". He's training the ladies team and is there every night. Some bitter bitter men about.

2 points. Some wingnut who has never set foot in our club is claiming he has, now looking an imaginary transfer to EB. As I said , circus. And secondly holylands isn't even In east Belfast last time I checked.
Just a few side notes which tbh probably don't have major relevance.

As I said I'm openly envious. Not afraid to admit it, Ive spent years voluntarily in GAA with little return , feck it I probably need therapy at this stage  ;D




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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #400 on: August 14, 2020, 10:43:04 AM »
Lets give it a break, lets see what happens when the dust settles and the drudgery of day to day running of a club goes.

If they can maintain that over a 5 to 6 year period then great, it may have legs and run for a while.

This was always going to bring attention and that has been the case, should other clubs feel that their needs are not being met, yeah course, we'd all love more funding/numbers/media/success
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Re: East Belfast GAA
« Reply #401 on: August 14, 2020, 11:39:55 AM »
Lets give it a break, lets see what happens when the dust settles and the drudgery of day to day running of a club goes.

If they can maintain that over a 5 to 6 year period then great, it may have legs and run for a while.

This was always going to bring attention and that has been the case, should other clubs feel that their needs are not being met, yeah course, we'd all love more funding/numbers/media/success

Fair comment

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« Reply #402 on: August 14, 2020, 09:01:15 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

So??? Whats the point you're trying to make here?

The amount of crap on here in the last few pages is laughable. For what its worth, Jerome Quinn is not "following them round like a puppy". He's training the ladies team and is there every night. Some bitter bitter men about.

2 points. Some wingnut who has never set foot in our club is claiming he has, now looking an imaginary transfer to EB. As I said , circus. And secondly holylands isn't even In east Belfast last time I checked.
Just a few side notes which tbh probably don't have major relevance.

As I said I'm openly envious. Not afraid to admit it, Ive spent years voluntarily in GAA with little return , feck it I probably need therapy at this stage  ;D





Do most Belfast clubs not have players from different catchment areas?? Christ maybe his mate plays for EB or his woman plays camogie and he was coaxed out. Good luck to them. I hope they go on to great things.

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« Reply #403 on: August 14, 2020, 09:11:53 PM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

So??? Whats the point you're trying to make here?

The amount of crap on here in the last few pages is laughable. For what its worth, Jerome Quinn is not "following them round like a puppy". He's training the ladies team and is there every night. Some bitter bitter men about.

2 points. Some wingnut who has never set foot in our club is claiming he has, now looking an imaginary transfer to EB. As I said , circus. And secondly holylands isn't even In east Belfast last time I checked.
Just a few side notes which tbh probably don't have major relevance.

As I said I'm openly envious. Not afraid to admit it, Ive spent years voluntarily in GAA with little return , feck it I probably need therapy at this stage  ;D





Do most Belfast clubs not have players from different catchment areas?? Christ maybe his mate plays for EB or his woman plays camogie and he was coaxed out. Good luck to them. I hope they go on to great things.
Carryduff have won last 3 down under 21s and Bredagh aren't far behind them. Not many blow in players would make either team. They'd have a decent chance of making the EB team though.
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« Reply #404 on: August 15, 2020, 07:50:41 AM »
https://youtu.be/C17UesFoXZ4

Off The Ball Interview with Dave MCGreevey the fella that founded East Belfast GAA

Side note why do they call themselves East Belfast GAA and not GAC?

Whole thing a circus. Where have all these players been before now?

Yeah they have some people looking their 15 mins of fame. You have Jerome Quinn following them about like a puppy. Linda Ervine has been everywhere but the crib getting interviewed, have to keep the profile up..........
I think Jerome Quinn is involved with coaching one of their teams but donít let that get in the way of A bit of good old fashioned begrudgery. As for you FBnS are you just jealous because you couldnít in your wildest dreams get the same sort of response to a new GAA club in your city?

100 percent we couldn't , envious, you bet.
But id be a bit pissed off with folk who wouldn't throw money or resources to clubs struggling for 60 years but are tripping over each other to get behind this. We actually had a transfer in for a lad who nobody ever heard of to east Belfast, odd. And the address he now has in ijn holylands,
💯 Percent

So??? Whats the point you're trying to make here?

The amount of crap on here in the last few pages is laughable. For what its worth, Jerome Quinn is not "following them round like a puppy". He's training the ladies team and is there every night. Some bitter bitter men about.

2 points. Some wingnut who has never set foot in our club is claiming he has, now looking an imaginary transfer to EB. As I said , circus. And secondly holylands isn't even In east Belfast last time I checked.
Just a few side notes which tbh probably don't have major relevance.

As I said I'm openly envious. Not afraid to admit it, Ive spent years voluntarily in GAA with little return , feck it I probably need therapy at this stage  ;D





Do most Belfast clubs not have players from different catchment areas?? Christ maybe his mate plays for EB or his woman plays camogie and he was coaxed out. Good luck to them. I hope they go on to great things.
Carryduff have won last 3 down under 21s and Bredagh aren't far behind them. Not many blow in players would make either team. They'd have a decent chance of making the EB team though.

Could Carryduff or Bredagh ever become a major force and win a Down champ in the future? With a lot of GAA ppl moving and settling in South Belfast there's bound to be some growth you'd think.