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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #375 on: May 24, 2021, 11:55:35 AM »
Armagh v Donegal and Tyrone v Monaghan next weekend have a Championship feel to them ... win and you're in the league semi-final, lose and your in a relegation playoff.  A lot of injuries picked up this weekend and will have a big say on next week's fixtures, still all to play for though for all 4 teams in Div 1 North.  With crowds of 500 allowed back at games from May 24th I believe, any idea how they will manage the ticket allocation for next week's games?
Be interesting to see, given to Covid heroes I'd imagine, and I don't say that sarcastically - much preferable than club officers  nabbing them all. 500 is nothing, could have had 10,000+ at Armagh v Tyrone at the weekend
Surely they'll have to split the allocation between each squad for players families *if* Croke Park allow the gates to be opened for Inter County games.
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #376 on: May 24, 2021, 12:07:09 PM »
Armagh v Donegal and Tyrone v Monaghan next weekend have a Championship feel to them ... win and you're in the league semi-final, lose and your in a relegation playoff.  A lot of injuries picked up this weekend and will have a big say on next week's fixtures, still all to play for though for all 4 teams in Div 1 North.  With crowds of 500 allowed back at games from May 24th I believe, any idea how they will manage the ticket allocation for next week's games?
Be interesting to see, given to Covid heroes I'd imagine, and I don't say that sarcastically - much preferable than club officers  nabbing them all. 500 is nothing, could have had 10,000+ at Armagh v Tyrone at the weekend
Surely they'll have to split the allocation between each squad for players families *if* Croke Park allow the gates to be opened for Inter County for IC games.

Seems the most logical thing to do.

2 tickets per squad member would probably have 200 covered anyway.
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #377 on: May 24, 2021, 12:17:23 PM »
Should only be given to people who have been given both vaccines, its only fair, you don't want this ones spreading it around
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #378 on: May 24, 2021, 12:33:43 PM »
Ye're very partitionist folks.
If ye were true Gaels ye'd leave the gates closed so we'd have the same situation all over the 32 Counties in accordance with the ethos of the GAA.

I hear the Ulster Council will be issuing guidelines on the remaining NFL/NHL games in the 6.
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #379 on: May 24, 2021, 12:40:42 PM »
Ye're very partitionist folks.
If ye were true Gaels ye'd leave the gates closed so we'd have the same situation all over the 32 Counties in accordance with the ethos of the GAA.

I hear the Ulster Council will be issuing guidelines on the remaining NFL/NHL games in the 6.

Like when we opened up last year?
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #380 on: May 24, 2021, 12:49:05 PM »
Not much to get excited about despite the win but good to see another forward in Finnerty stand up and be counted, Roscommon will be a different animal on the 4th of July. Good to see so many younger player get their chance and hope that continues but could be here all day discussing Galway's deficiencies.

Seen nothing so far to suggest there's resemblance of a plan going forward.

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #381 on: May 24, 2021, 01:05:18 PM »
Whats the predictions for the semis?

Donegal (1st) v Kerry (2nd)
Dublin (1st) v Tyrone (2nd)

Armagh (3rd) v Roscommon (4th)
Monaghan (4th) v Galway (3rd)

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #382 on: May 24, 2021, 01:09:20 PM »
Whats the predictions for the semis?

Donegal (1st) v Kerry (2nd)
Dublin (1st) v Tyrone (2nd)

Armagh (3rd) v Roscommon (4th)
Monaghan (4th) v Galway (3rd)

Donegal V Dublin - Dublin Win
Kerry V Tyrone - Kerry win

Armagh V Roscommon - Roscommon win
Galway V Monaghan - Galway win

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #383 on: May 24, 2021, 03:55:22 PM »
Whats the predictions for the semis?

Donegal (1st) v Kerry (2nd)
Dublin (1st) v Tyrone (2nd)

Armagh (3rd) v Roscommon (4th)
Monaghan (4th) v Galway (3rd)

Donegal V Dublin - Dublin Win
Kerry V Tyrone - Kerry win

Armagh V Roscommon - Roscommon win
Galway V Monaghan - Galway win

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I'd go with Armagh and Monaghan wins if they are to be the matches.

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #384 on: May 24, 2021, 07:38:54 PM »
https://www.bbc.com/sport/gaelic-games/57215679

"Kieran McGeeney complained afterwards that the GAA's new subs rule which will allowing seven substitutes, only has five windows for them to happen, meant he was forced to make a double substitution in the first half amid his team's plethora of injuries.
And Armagh had to finish the game with 14 men after Patrick Burns, who himself had come on for Forker, was injured and could not be replaced with no more subs windows available."

So what exactly is the new substitution window rule?

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #385 on: May 24, 2021, 07:43:47 PM »
https://www.bbc.com/sport/gaelic-games/57215679

"Kieran McGeeney complained afterwards that the GAA's new subs rule which will allowing seven substitutes, only has five windows for them to happen, meant he was forced to make a double substitution in the first half amid his team's plethora of injuries.
And Armagh had to finish the game with 14 men after Patrick Burns, who himself had come on for Forker, was injured and could not be replaced with no more subs windows available."

So what exactly is the new substitution window rule?

You can make 7 substitutes but you can only make subs at 5 points in the game.

Therefore if you are to use your allotted 7 subs you would needed to use one (or two) of the slots to make multiple subs.
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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #386 on: May 24, 2021, 07:45:55 PM »
https://www.bbc.com/sport/gaelic-games/57215679

"Kieran McGeeney complained afterwards that the GAA's new subs rule which will allowing seven substitutes, only has five windows for them to happen, meant he was forced to make a double substitution in the first half amid his team's plethora of injuries.
And Armagh had to finish the game with 14 men after Patrick Burns, who himself had come on for Forker, was injured and could not be replaced with no more subs windows available."

So what exactly is the new substitution window rule?

Surely 7 subs is more than enough. If youíre worried about having to play the game out with 14 men then hold back on making the final substitution. Or is McGeeneys argument that there are only 5 designated windows for making substitutions, seems bizarre.

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #387 on: May 24, 2021, 09:14:24 PM »
https://www.bbc.com/sport/gaelic-games/57215679

"Kieran McGeeney complained afterwards that the GAA's new subs rule which will allowing seven substitutes, only has five windows for them to happen, meant he was forced to make a double substitution in the first half amid his team's plethora of injuries.
And Armagh had to finish the game with 14 men after Patrick Burns, who himself had come on for Forker, was injured and could not be replaced with no more subs windows available."

So what exactly is the new substitution window rule?

Surely 7 subs is more than enough. If youíre worried about having to play the game out with 14 men then hold back on making the final substitution. Or is McGeeneys argument that there are only 5 designated windows for making substitutions, seems bizarre.

Sounds very much like McGeeney didn't actually bother to read the rule in relation to the 7 subs and then got caught out.

Someone should make sure to tell him that the 7 subs rule is for the league only, or he'll be moaning about that come championship as well.

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #388 on: May 25, 2021, 09:16:14 AM »
Itís a stupid rule

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Re: Division one 2021
« Reply #389 on: May 25, 2021, 09:38:13 AM »
stops a manager stopping the game 7 times, and two teams would be 14 stoppages