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Meath V Carlow

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
Literally the most blatant red card I have ever seen by Murphy. Two strikes into the face right in front of the ref

LeitrimRoyal99 (Meath) - Posts: 643 - 28/05/2019 10:41:44    2188431

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
I've never laughed so much at a post , where do meath go from here ? We go to the semi finals.
We also won by 15 points how is that not putting Carlow away . The midfielder punched keogan twice in the face in front of both the lines man and the ref what a county man he is showed real class , he wanted no part in the that game and wanted to be sent off .

RoadRage (Meath) - Posts: 52 - 28/05/2019 11:11:03    2188444

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
We Know Carlow are a good team and better then what they showed, but everyone you listed apart from Paul Broderick have themselves to blame for lack of discipline nobody else. You cant punch people in the face in front of the Ref and linesman and get away with it. If your manager has anger issues what chance have your players got.

SheridansTry (Meath) - Posts: 155 - 28/05/2019 11:30:09    2188454

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Replying To SheridansTry:  "We Know Carlow are a good team and better then what they showed, but everyone you listed apart from Paul Broderick have themselves to blame for lack of discipline nobody else. You cant punch people in the face in front of the Ref and linesman and get away with it. If your manager has anger issues what chance have your players got."
"You cant punch people in the face in front of the Ref and linesman and get away with it."
You can if your Ciaran Whelan, and your playing Meath ask Nigel crawford

bobkarlgees (Meath) - Posts: 1112 - 28/05/2019 13:21:03    2188492

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
St ledger got a black card for shouldering Seamus Lavin in the chest off the ball as he went to receive a one two...... basically exactly what the black card was invented for

southmeathgael (Meath) - Posts: 650 - 28/05/2019 13:54:17    2188510

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
What a load of bull manure. Where Meath goes from here lol. We won by 15 points missed a penalty and I few other goals chances. We bet offaly by two points but didn't play at all . Carlow would be better playing the ball instead of the man, and stop the crying. They were not a good team last year and are even worst this year. Wining games with 14 men behind the ball is great if your happy with that

meath1977 (Meath) - Posts: 415 - 28/05/2019 17:13:29    2188563

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Replying To fullbach:  "Even allowing for the fact that there's 3 divisions between Meath and Offaly Meath still beat them by a decent 0-02, Offaly were not in disarray going into the game like Carlow was, for example, we had no manager, no coach, no star midfielder as in Brendan Murphy, things went from bad to worse after 12 mins we lost our prolific scorer Paul Brodrick through injury, we then lost Sean Murphy for retaliation after the offender got brownie points, Carlow then lost Sean Gannon injured and that was hard to take, we also lost center back D. St Ledger along with Eoin Ruth (2 black cards)
It's anyone's guess why he dished out the black cards, as for the red card well I'll leave that one for you to decide.
Meath played a depleted Carlow team from the throw in, after 12 mins Carlow began to lose 4 quality players that they simply couldn't afford to lose but so be it.
I would question where Meath goes from here after failing to put Carlow away when they were gifted the conditions to do just that-
If the negative posts coming from the Meath camp is anything to go by, suggesting that Carlow played negative football, what will be their excuse when they play Leix.

supersub15 (Carlow) - Posts: 1890 - 27/05/2019 22:43:14 2188360"
Haha. Look Carlow are useless. Worst in ire by some standards with exception maybe of Waterford.

royaldunne (Meath) - Posts: 15918 - 28/05/2019 18:52:54    2188585

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Lads dont bother. There are a few delusional Carlow posters whining about defeat.

Said that they have a gut feeling Meath and Carlow will meet again in the qualifiers.

I have withdrawn any ounce of respect I had for Carlow. Lousy team with a lousy attitude. They will continue to get many big beatings into the future.

On the other hand, so proud of Meath players who stuck to the plan and didnt get involved in the dark arts of Carlow

Royalio11 (Meath) - Posts: 718 - 28/05/2019 19:30:27    2188595

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Replying To Aloblack:  "But the important thing is your not bitter about it at all!!!!!!!"
still chuckle every time i read this :)

WhyTheLongFace (Meath) - Posts: 822 - 28/05/2019 19:34:24    2188596

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Replying To WhyTheLongFace:  "still chuckle every time i read this :)"
Yeah it was a top drawer response, fair play

royaldunne (Meath) - Posts: 15918 - 29/05/2019 13:38:10    2188819

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Replying To Royalio11:  "Lads dont bother. There are a few delusional Carlow posters whining about defeat.

Said that they have a gut feeling Meath and Carlow will meet again in the qualifiers.

I have withdrawn any ounce of respect I had for Carlow. Lousy team with a lousy attitude. They will continue to get many big beatings into the future.

On the other hand, so proud of Meath players who stuck to the plan and didnt get involved in the dark arts of Carlow"
Oh totally, I mean Meath are renowned for their toughness and sometimes that has boiled over. That been said Carlow are a bloody disgrace to themselves and their county.

royaldunne (Meath) - Posts: 15918 - 29/05/2019 13:39:27    2188821

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