National - Dubs and Kerry on TV?

Replying To Fionn:  "Look some of them have plenty to say yet when criticised in a truly honest assessment, they resort to abusive replies. No class at all. End of.
No excuse for it."
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minority

what do they say about empty vessels and all that....

waynoI (Dublin) - Posts:12231 - 19/03/2017 22:36:45   1968837

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Replying To waynoI:  "Imagine how we felt that day in 09 when we read the absolute delight from everyone here who loved to kick us when we are down.

Take It as a bloody compliment, people still talk about Kerry positively and negatively , People talk about Dublin in a similar way, that's just the way it is.

id rather people talk about us in any way, than not talk about us at all."
I can imagine it wayno .

KingdomBoy1 (Kerry) - Posts:5500 - 19/03/2017 22:43:55   1968844

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Replying To superbluedub:  "Or maybe just maybe you are talking rubbish !!"
Well considering the tenor of the posts on here and on the Dr Crokes thread I'm in a comfortable majority there...

TheHermit (Kerry) - Posts:2783 - 19/03/2017 22:52:28   1968849

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Hermit - pathetic calling people by names on here . Very low. Just because people don't agree or people feel Kerry are a cynical side .

For what it's worth - I think all the top sides are cynical so it's not just Kerry. Our problem is the hypocrisy that is out there.

We got no credit in 2012 either - sure it was 'puke'

No need for nasty language .

We may not all agree but we are GAA people. Nobody likes arrogance. Those comments shouldn't be aloud on here .

TheRightStuff (Donegal) - Posts:1656 - 19/03/2017 23:06:57   1968853

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Replying To TheRightStuff:  "Hermit - pathetic calling people by names on here . Very low. Just because people don't agree or people feel Kerry are a cynical side .

For what it's worth - I think all the top sides are cynical so it's not just Kerry. Our problem is the hypocrisy that is out there.

We got no credit in 2012 either - sure it was 'puke'

No need for nasty language .

We may not all agree but we are GAA people. Nobody likes arrogance. Those comments shouldn't be aloud on here ."
You are probably right.

I apologise for using the term A-hole and b#stards on here earlier. I should not have been abusive, despite any provocation and what has been posted by others.

I've been called plenty of things on here before by some posters who have been posting on this very thread. Regardless I should not responded in the same manner.

I have been increasingly frustrated in the last few days (in particular) by the same posters having what seems like pre written comments waiting to be posted regardless of what may have happened in the Kerry game.

There is a sizeable cohort of posters who have a serious chip on the shoulder as regards Kerry. When you log on after a Kerry game and have to swath through the pages of tripe about my county it can (like today) really p*ss you off.

The reaction on here to last night's game is a classic example. The insinuation that Kerry alone were involved in off the ball stuff when the statistics and the evidence of your own eyes clearly show that Dublin were just as guilty.

But I've been on here long enough to know better than to react to trolls and keyboard warriors. It was stupid.

TheHermit (Kerry) - Posts:2783 - 20/03/2017 00:01:21   1968880

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Replying To TheHermit:  "You are probably right.

I apologise for using the term A-hole and b#stards on here earlier. I should not have been abusive, despite any provocation and what has been posted by others.

I've been called plenty of things on here before by some posters who have been posting on this very thread. Regardless I should not responded in the same manner.

I have been increasingly frustrated in the last few days (in particular) by the same posters having what seems like pre written comments waiting to be posted regardless of what may have happened in the Kerry game.

There is a sizeable cohort of posters who have a serious chip on the shoulder as regards Kerry. When you log on after a Kerry game and have to swath through the pages of tripe about my county it can (like today) really p*ss you off.

The reaction on here to last night's game is a classic example. The insinuation that Kerry alone were involved in off the ball stuff when the statistics and the evidence of your own eyes clearly show that Dublin were just as guilty.

But I've been on here long enough to know better than to react to trolls and keyboard warriors. It was stupid."
Good post - fair play .

Look I left a comment myself which I could have left out although it was opinion .

Everyone thinks their own county gets the most flak . Would you agree that Ulster sides have been chastised by the media ?

Back to the football .
Question : are you a fan of Eamonn Fitz ?

TheRightStuff (Donegal) - Posts:1656 - 20/03/2017 10:45:51   1968972

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Replying To TheHermit:  "You are probably right.

I apologise for using the term A-hole and b#stards on here earlier. I should not have been abusive, despite any provocation and what has been posted by others.

I've been called plenty of things on here before by some posters who have been posting on this very thread. Regardless I should not responded in the same manner.

I have been increasingly frustrated in the last few days (in particular) by the same posters having what seems like pre written comments waiting to be posted regardless of what may have happened in the Kerry game.

There is a sizeable cohort of posters who have a serious chip on the shoulder as regards Kerry. When you log on after a Kerry game and have to swath through the pages of tripe about my county it can (like today) really p*ss you off.

The reaction on here to last night's game is a classic example. The insinuation that Kerry alone were involved in off the ball stuff when the statistics and the evidence of your own eyes clearly show that Dublin were just as guilty.

But I've been on here long enough to know better than to react to trolls and keyboard warriors. It was stupid."
Not trying to be niggly or anything but yourself and a number of specific Kerry posters are well able to troll so maybe just figure out a way of giving it and taking it and everyone can enjoy themselves.

Breffni39 (Cavan) - Posts:11254 - 20/03/2017 14:02:45   1969093

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One end of the ground was half empty yet it was supposed to be a sell out.
Health and Safety put a limit of 10,500 with a possible extra 1,500 on inspection, so what was the problem?

CrubeenBlue (Dublin) - Posts:15 - 20/03/2017 17:49:14   1969221

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Replying To Breffni39:  "Not trying to be niggly or anything but yourself and a number of specific Kerry posters are well able to troll so maybe just figure out a way of giving it and taking it and everyone can enjoy themselves."
And there lies the truth

Disappointed to see such over the top reactions of a few

But for what it's worth, I apologise if I caused offence, I was only giving it back in equal measure, so I felt anyway

jimbodub (Dublin) - Posts:17206 - 21/03/2017 18:56:38   1969640

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