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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 22, 2021, 09:18:25 PM »
Down team for tomorrow

M Reid
C McCartan
G McGovern
P Fegan
P Laverty
C Mooney
D o Hagan
J Flynn
C Poland
D Guiness
J guiness
R McEvoy
P Devln
B o Hagan
C Quinn

I like the sound of Mooney in defence coming onto the ball. He had great year when Down reached the ulster final
Poland and Flynn better at midfield as both were played out of position last week
Burns McKernan Murdock Collins and Doherty pay the price for last weeks performance
Is Darren ready for a full match
Is Reid up for it
A strong team hopefully a big performance

Reid is a long ball man and will be hung out to dry like Burns if he doesn't have more options or movement in defence first of all. Mooney and Darren will give much more of a burst through the middle third. Midfield continues to be a weakness particularly when the box kick out strategy is used. Again, no big consistent scorers up from apart from Quinn, no graft in Devlin and Mc Evoy will be in MF with D Guinness at HB. Not very promising and coming against a physically bigger team will make this very difficult tomorrow. I hope they prove me wrong.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 16, 2021, 12:20:48 PM »
Lines have gotten silly blurry above.

Lotto’s belief that he is entitled to continually attack and slander semi-public figures from the cover of anonymity is misled and downright disgusting. I sincerely hope he gets a knock on the door from PSNI one day, just so he realises that the playing field is more even than he thinks.

But when posters on a GAA discussion forum find it wrong that other posters might analyse and criticise the performances of players/management in GAA matches, then you really to have a good think about why the f**k it is you might tune into a GAA discussion board.

 ::)

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 16, 2021, 12:19:35 PM »
There are guys from your community, your families and parishes who get a call up for county duty, consider it a supreme honour, train hard 4 nights a week, watch their diet closely, do gym work often twice a day, build life around representing their county. Not just the starting 15, but subs and boys who don't even get their name on the programme.

And some self righteous p***k thinks he has a right to come into social media and name names and denegrate  insult and cast judgement as if they were all Jack O Shea's themselves back in the day. Cyber bullies, that's what you are - can't you make a good point while leaving the names and personal shit out of it???

Mourne Rover made his point more than adequately without seeing the need to get personal.

Would you keep your nose out of this thread. You slabber enough on your own section without pontificating on here. You are a well known trouble maker in your own county so sort out your own problems, and believe me you have plenty, first before being a dick on here. Just f**k away off.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 15, 2021, 06:48:38 PM »
Beat by a team that played an All Ireland final six months ago, a very good side, on their own patch. Not sure what some people were expecting, but plenty of knee jerk reactions to be found after the first competitive game of the season.

manwithnoplan welcome on board Paddy  ;D

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 15, 2021, 03:51:36 PM »
Some things never change. There has been little to no progress now with Tally into his third term. He could possibly start with a kickout strategy to retain possession, this is basic stuff men. We should have stayed in Div 3.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 13, 2021, 07:21:30 PM »
Taken from Hoganstand

Tally says training breach was an error of judgement but he knows other counties were at it
May 13, 2021

Down manager Paddy Tally says he wishes he had never taken the coaching session in Abbey CBS last January that was deemed in breach of the GAA’s Covid-19 rules.

Tally received an eight week suspension from the GAA for organisining the session and talking to Brian Carthy on his latest Podcast, the Mourne manager says it was an ‘error of judgement’.

“It was an error of judgement on my behalf and I do regret taking the players out for that session,” explained Tally who said it was definitely unusual to see the PSNI arrive half way through. “It was strange, they don’t normally come to watch training sessions.”

Explaining the circumstances, Tally says they were working with a small group of new players to the panel.

“I had a number of new players out. I’d taken a few players out to show them the running programme, what they had to do for the next six weeks before we would start training, just to get ready. That’s all it really amounted to.

“As the law was in the North, we weren’t breaking any Covid regulations. In the North we were seen as elite and the law says you could train in groups of less than 15. But we did break the GAA rule. Looking back at it now, I wish we just hadn’t done it.”

Tally also explained that he knew other counties were training and the get together was an attempt not to get left behind.

That was our first get together and to be honest with you, we knew that a lot of other counties were back out doing stuff. And I had been contacted by a number of other managers telling me that they had been doing bits and could we take a challenge match. So I thought most other counties that I know are doing it so maybe we should start getting something done. It was a little bit of panic on my behalf and an error of judgement.”





As proud Down man I would plead to anyone with influence to ask these 'blow ins' to do the right thing and stop spouting their lies over Abbeygate. Our county chairman was caught out several times with his lies and now Tally, who previously trying to cover up to some degree, now says that there were only a few new lads there. Seriously, the new season is upon us and you are trying to get the county behind you but you come out with a ball of lies to try to justify training over lockdown. Everybody else being at it as well, apparently, and these men contacted him looking for a game. Catch a grip. Tailtean Cup next year so you'll be gone anyway Paddy.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: May 09, 2021, 09:15:36 PM »
Down suffered a big defeat at the hands of Tyrone last week in Newry

Team
Burns
Murdock
McGovern
Collins
Laverty
Flynn
McEvoy
Middleton
Poland
Mooney
Devlin
Guiness
Quinn
McCrickard
Doherty


Decent team that by the looks of it those lads would be fighting for a starting place next week with this group likely to return
Darren O H
Barry O H
Kevin McK
Peter F
Liam K
James G
Benny McA
Conor G


Strong team if above lads come into the team

Sweet f**k, has that Tyrone man a clue putting out a team like that so close to the start of the league?  He has been taking a serious dough from Down over the last 2 years and he obviously knows nothing about his players. Paddy Murdock is a No.3, Johnny Flynn is not a No. 6. Poland is not a county midfielder. Mooney and Guinness need to be coming onto the ball. Devlin is? Who is going to score with that forward line apart from Quinn in that team? Apart from Kerr and Darren O'Hagan in the subs there is not much else to inspire me. Just throw the towel in now Tally.

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Ulster SFC 2021

Prelim.

Down vs. Donegal

Quarter Finals

Down or Donegal vs. Derry
Armagh vs. Antrim
Monaghan vs. Fermanagh
Tyrone vs. Cavan

Semi Finals

Down/Donegal/Derry vs. Armagh/Antrim
Monaghan/Fermanagh vs. Tyrone/Cavan

Not according to this



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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: April 17, 2021, 09:08:24 AM »
Hear the greatest coach of all time has left Bryansford.

Trying to charge a club for zoom meetings is a bit much.

He absolutely did Johnny no doubt He put it out there that he wasn't happy with the covid guidelines he was told to work under so he left. It was all money related which is despicable and just pure greed. It probably suited him to leave as Bryansford were gonna be a distraction with him involved with Roscommon as well. I was looking forward to reading the truth in the Newry Reporter about him leaving but all I read was a list of glorious failures with club and county teams over a number of years. No doubt Roscommon will be added to that list quite soon.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: April 14, 2021, 04:36:39 PM »
Hear the greatest coach of all time has left Bryansford.

Trying to charge a club for zoom meetings is a bit much.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: March 16, 2021, 07:16:58 PM »
Outstanding article today in Irish News from Jack Devanney.
He has shown great leadership  here and going out demanding a return to games in Northern Ireland before Republic returns. This makes sense as opposed to the romantic views from Tyrone. Our vaccination progress here and the First Minister allowing restrictions to be lifted soon makes it a very sensible and real prospect of games being played soon. The kids especially need back and let's hope this does not become political as we have different laws in NI so lets hope Down moves on. We led before in relation to the ground breaking rule 21 change .Jack Devanney won't be held back by the backward folk.
Even at congress he spoke very well and now could we be beginning to see the emergence of a potential GAA Presidential candidate in next election.
Proud of Jack's leadership.
Let's get behind him on this.

Just skip over his blatant lie about organised training and having the police land up the Abbey...? yeah... great leadership  :o

This proven liar is an embarrassment to his 'adopted county'.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: February 17, 2021, 12:43:41 AM »
What are you on about? Your opinion on allowing teams to train is obscene. How can seriously say it is ok to train, no matter what the numbers are? Your club totally ignored the rules in lockdown 1 and your community paid for it, I take it none of your family died because of it. Don't come on here and be the big I am, seriously catch yourself on.

I’m quoting this one Lotto, for the reason that when you read this back to yourself when sober, you might regret it and try to delete.

It’s probably best you you remain anonymous. There’s a lot of people I know would take very serious umbrage with you for what you’ve just written. You’ve connected Ballyholland Harps GAC to deaths in the community.

Your attempts to demean me aren't working. I seriously hope that none of the deaths in your community came about by the transmission between your players that flagrantly disobeyed both GAA and NI Gov rules, I can't answer that. You and your Senior team know what you did so don't put it back on me for highlighting it here or last year either.
  Have to defend my cousin here.
   Locco or lotto whatever suits your inebriation level-no one is demeaning you on this Board.You are demeaning yourself and all connected to you.
    The Minor Management is a strange one.It seems Ambrose has got himself appointed to this gig this past 6 or 7 years and is now joined by his Line Manager.Eyes in the camp for you know who methinks.Ps. I wish them well after the last eight wasted years or is that ten years if you include wee Pete?

Good man, take care.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: February 16, 2021, 11:59:37 PM »
What are you on about? Your opinion on allowing teams to train is obscene. How can seriously say it is ok to train, no matter what the numbers are? Your club totally ignored the rules in lockdown 1 and your community paid for it, I take it none of your family died because of it. Don't come on here and be the big I am, seriously catch yourself on.

I’m quoting this one Lotto, for the reason that when you read this back to yourself when sober, you might regret it and try to delete.

It’s probably best you you remain anonymous. There’s a lot of people I know would take very serious umbrage with you for what you’ve just written. You’ve connected Ballyholland Harps GAC to deaths in the community.

Your attempts to demean me aren't working. I seriously hope that none of the deaths in your community came about by the transmission between your players that flagrantly disobeyed both GAA and NI Gov rules, I can't answer that. You and your Senior team know what you did so don't put it back on me for highlighting it here or last year either.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: February 16, 2021, 11:31:47 PM »
What are you on about? Your opinion on allowing teams to train is obscene. How can seriously say it is ok to train, no matter what the numbers are? Your club totally ignored the rules in lockdown 1 and your community paid for it, I take it none of your family died because of it. Don't come on here and be the big I am, seriously catch yourself on.

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Down / Re: Down Club Hurling & Football
« on: February 16, 2021, 11:15:14 PM »
Seriously, you are worse than your doppleganger!

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