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Tyrone V Dublin

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Replying To MuckrossHead:  "I think it means "Loser""
its an L for Louis McNeice who helped him get through his cruciate knee injury

mayotyroneman (Tyrone) - Posts: 1591 - 08/07/2018 16:43:15    2119665

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Replying To Dubsfan28:  "What does the Donegal match have to do with this one? Why the need even for the caps? Go out for some air and cool down, little fella."
obviously getting a bit flustered about having to travel ONCE away from the home ground

mayotyroneman (Tyrone) - Posts: 1591 - 08/07/2018 16:45:15    2119668

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Replying To mayotyroneman:  "aye but start worrying about donegal first before worrying about tyrone in your only game AWAY from your home venue"
Who isn't worrying about Donegal? Once the players are, that's all that matters. No anonymous folk on an internet forum.

Dubsfan28 (Dublin) - Posts: 1939 - 08/07/2018 16:50:33    2119673

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Replying To mayotyroneman:  "aye but start worrying about donegal first before worrying about tyrone in your only game AWAY from your home venue"
Not worrying about either but thanks for the tip!

Jackeen (Dublin) - Posts: 3514 - 08/07/2018 17:01:51    2119682

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Replying To mayotyroneman:  "obviously getting a bit flustered about having to travel ONCE away from the home ground"
The Tyrone game will be my 6th time travelling to watch the senior footballers play this year. The only person on this planet that gets me flustered is my wife, not an anonymous boy on an internet forum. MUST. TRY. HARDER xx

Dubsfan28 (Dublin) - Posts: 1939 - 08/07/2018 17:22:41    2119693

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Tyrone v Dublin? Dublin at a canter. Nobody getting excited about this one apart from Dublin fans. Worried, yes; excited, no. Tyrone not at that level yet and attempts to talk this up into a meaningful contest are daft. Apart from anything else, Tyrone tend to be worse at home.

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 478 - 08/07/2018 17:44:10    2119705

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Replying To essmac:  "Tyrone v Dublin? Dublin at a canter. Nobody getting excited about this one apart from Dublin fans. Worried, yes; excited, no. Tyrone not at that level yet and attempts to talk this up into a meaningful contest are daft. Apart from anything else, Tyrone tend to be worse at home."
Our last couple of games in Omagh have been like that, yes, but who knows in the Championship? Packed stadium, I would be surprised if the scoreline was like what it was in last year's semi final but will be a good contest.

Dubsfan28 (Dublin) - Posts: 1939 - 08/07/2018 18:16:20    2119719

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Looking at Donegal first which will be a hard game, but Tyrone away should be an absolute cracker

waynoI (Dublin) - Posts: 12949 - 08/07/2018 20:42:49    2119782

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Tyrone need to worry about Roscommon first; Roscommon and Donegal are two biggest games for Tyrone; any result against Dublin would be a massive bonus

hithimhard (Tyrone) - Posts: 18 - 08/07/2018 20:52:20    2119790

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If McBrearty was fit I'd be seriously worried about Saturday evening, even without him, Donegal are no pushover. The Tyrone game will be a feisty affair. As for the Roscommon game, it will be a game of football, unfortunately for Roscommon with no offence meant.

realdub (Dublin) - Posts: 6988 - 08/07/2018 22:30:12    2119814

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Replying To mayotyroneman:  "obviously getting a bit flustered about having to travel ONCE away from the home ground"
Once?? I've travelled with them 3 times this year so far and will be up in Omagh as well no problem. You should really check these things out before posting. Good lad.

Joxer (Dublin) - Posts: 3304 - 09/07/2018 15:23:19    2120059

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Just a note of caution for Dublin fans on here planning on going to omagh.

According to the lady in the ticket office on Dorset street, tickets will NOT be going on general sale. They will be allocated to those with Parnell pass tickets, the Dublin gaa season ticket and limited numbers going to clubs

waynoI (Dublin) - Posts: 12949 - 10/07/2018 17:40:13    2120479

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Confirmed for next next Saturday at 7.00pm.

Boss.

Dublin vs Roscommon Sunday of the bank holiday weekend!

TheUsername (Dublin) - Posts: 1798 - 11/07/2018 20:24:06    2120817

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Dublin will win this in second gear.

border Gael (Monaghan) - Posts: 686 - 11/07/2018 21:28:25    2120826

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Replying To hithimhard:  "Tyrone need to worry about Roscommon first; Roscommon and Donegal are two biggest games for Tyrone; any result against Dublin would be a massive bonus"
exactly...some dubs on here getting a bit carried away with themselves and are awful touchy about having TWO games at home..tyrone men only focussed at moment on croke pk on saturday, and then we'll take it from there..this weekend might tell us a fair bit about where all four teams are at...roscommon and donegal are the two key games...dublin game is a minor irritation

mayotyroneman (Tyrone) - Posts: 1591 - 11/07/2018 22:54:19    2120845

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Dublin win; they are playing at a pro level in an era of mediocrity in terms of opposition across the country; good team yes but not one of the greats as they are up against nothing; pity they weren't playing in 2000's would have been lucky to have got 1; brilliant Armagh team; and Tyrone team who won three all Ireland's and twice stopped a great Kerry team from doing three in a row; an awesome Kerry team who are one of best I have seen

hithimhard (Tyrone) - Posts: 18 - 11/07/2018 23:10:46    2120847

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If Tyrone are coming into this on a high, it might be a banana skin to send the Dubs to a semi final with Kerry.
Realistically Dublin will cruise through winning all three games even this one

jonno (Kildare) - Posts: 184 - 12/07/2018 00:10:50    2120860

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Replying To hithimhard:  "Dublin win; they are playing at a pro level in an era of mediocrity in terms of opposition across the country; good team yes but not one of the greats as they are up against nothing; pity they weren't playing in 2000's would have been lucky to have got 1; brilliant Armagh team; and Tyrone team who won three all Ireland's and twice stopped a great Kerry team from doing three in a row; an awesome Kerry team who are one of best I have seen"
Oh hello new Tyrone * poster!

*Kerry

Jackeen (Dublin) - Posts: 3514 - 12/07/2018 07:40:25    2120871

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Replying To hithimhard:  "Dublin win; they are playing at a pro level in an era of mediocrity in terms of opposition across the country; good team yes but not one of the greats as they are up against nothing; pity they weren't playing in 2000's would have been lucky to have got 1; brilliant Armagh team; and Tyrone team who won three all Ireland's and twice stopped a great Kerry team from doing three in a row; an awesome Kerry team who are one of best I have seen"
Interesting points indeed.
When your IQ hits 50 you should sell.

Dubh_linn (Dublin) - Posts: 1791 - 12/07/2018 08:18:27    2120876

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a few weeks ago we would have said this would be an easy win for the dubs...but with tyrone absolutely flying now, and dublin out of sorts last night, then this has the makings of being an almighty tussle...while the dubs will be favourites to edge it slightly, this is tyrone's all-ire;land final, and ten months work has culminating in a chance for revenge
back in february tyrone had managed to establish a tactic to upset the dublin full back line and then changed up early so as not to reveal too much, then yesterday employed a tactic on two of roscommons key players nullifying them both, before making changes again early on...mickey harte has had this game in his sights for a long time and the dubs will find out that travelling to omagh in a full on quarter final is not the same as playing wicklow in portlaoise...or laois in kilkenny

mayotyroneman (Tyrone) - Posts: 1591 - 15/07/2018 12:51:51    2122016

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