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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
Last post by gawa316 - Today at 07:15:30 PM
I might be going soft in my oul age but wasn't too annoyed by that...seeing Pep's bitter baldy head helped mind!
#2
GAA Discussion / Re: Sam Maguire 2024 Group 4 -...
Last post by seafoid - Today at 07:12:37 PM
Quote from: thejuice on Today at 06:06:33 PM3-6 to 0-5

Louth destroying us. O'Rourke and the whole back room team can go now.
3-10 to 0-9
On a seismic scale this is equivalent to the time Westmeath beat Meath
#3
GAA Discussion / Re: Sam Maguire 2024 Group 4 -...
Last post by imtommygunn - Today at 07:12:22 PM
Louth are a good team. Second best in Leinster by a good bit.
#4
General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic...
Last post by marty34 - Today at 07:04:52 PM
Nervy and scrappy game. Could have went either way in fairness.  Celtic never created many chances.

But great to get over the line in a derby cup final.  It was a big game as it completed the double and Celtic go out on a high.

No real stand out performers but Idah took the chance when gifted to them. Some collection of trophies for Mc Gregor and Forrest.


Need to build on it now. The summer is short!
#5
GAA Discussion / Re: Kids football nets
Last post by marty34 - Today at 06:58:55 PM
Anybody know where you can get football nets in Mid Ulstrr area?

For kids goals. 

Used to be ad in Irish News for a lad up near Coalisland area. Maybe hasn't advertised in a while though.
#6
General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic...
Last post by bennydorano - Today at 06:57:16 PM
Quote from: tonto1888 on Today at 05:42:58 PM
Quote from: bennydorano on Today at 04:56:12 PMHello. Goal - Idah. O'Riley has been rubbish all day, that run & shot was his first big contribution. Alaistair Johnston my MOTM by a country mile

That was Bernardo
Then he was really shit!
#7
GAA Discussion / Re: Sam Maguire 2024 Group 1 ...
Last post by bennydorano - Today at 06:44:17 PM
7.6 to Armagh at HT, Westmeath played with a good wind there. Armagh looked in containment mode into the wind. Awful to watch.
#8
GAA Discussion / Re: Sam Maguire 2024 Group 2 ...
Last post by thewobbler - Today at 06:37:58 PM
Quote from: weareros on May 24, 2024, 03:07:42 PMI can understand provincial winners getting a home advantage first game but asking Ros to play Dublin and then a rested Mayo following Saturday is not a level playing field in the group stages. But then again sure that's nothing to be complainin' about - have you heard a Cork hurling game was not free to air and they had to watch on GAAGo? The tyranny.

County football isn't fair full stop. You could f**k around with championship structures and dates every year for the rest of your life, but for as long as the bigger counties get multiple bites of the cherry, then the smaller counties will get no closer to winning Sam.

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Croke Park should be a concert venue only at this time of year. Every game hosted in it looks like an old women's FA cup final ie crap.
#9
General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
Last post by From the Bunker - Today at 06:10:43 PM
Quote from: jcpen on Today at 06:03:41 PM
Quote from: From the Bunker on Today at 05:35:40 PMCongrats to the Utd fans on here. Made City look ordinary. Nice finish to your season, after a lot of pain.
I presume that means they are in Europa League now? Probably could have done without that.
Ah, the group stages can be easy. Players now a days want to been seen in Europe rather than hid away in their domestic leagues.
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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
Last post by Saffrongael - Today at 06:09:13 PM
Quote from: jcpen on Today at 06:03:41 PM
Quote from: From the Bunker on Today at 05:35:40 PMCongrats to the Utd fans on here. Made City look ordinary. Nice finish to your season, after a lot of pain.
I presume that means they are in Europa League now? Probably could have done without that.

Yeah and have moved Chelsea to the Conference league