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Getting carried away with one win. Cavan aren't Donegal to be saying Antrim will be a breeze

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2214 - 03/11/2020 11:16:46    2304725

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Replying To FoolsGold:  "Getting carried away with one win. Cavan aren't Donegal to be saying Antrim will be a breeze"
Well the positivity lasted for all of 1 post!


Look. If we aren't confident of going in and doing a job on Antrim then what's the point?

We're better than Antrim. We need to start developing a mindset that reflects that. By all means take no opponent for granted, but back yourselves to perform well enough to get the win.

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 03/11/2020 11:31:43    2304738

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Replying To MadgeKing:  "Cheers lad. This is my most delicious I told you so of all time! Still buzzing lads. Limerick and Donegal combined to make it a lucrative weekend all round. The neighbours will not be noisy for a long time to come.

Antrim will be a breeze but Down are Down.

Can we do something on her now that hasn't been done in a while?
Keep the discussion to pure football, in the positive sense. The rubbish spouted here is has been something else. Get behind the team and keep it about supporting the team's efforts."
We could be going for a 6 in a row and the same lads would be on here whinging

Breffni40 (Cavan) - Posts: 11688 - 03/11/2020 12:16:10    2304765

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Replying To cavanman47:  "Well the positivity lasted for all of 1 post!


Look. If we aren't confident of going in and doing a job on Antrim then what's the point?

We're better than Antrim. We need to start developing a mindset that reflects that. By all means take no opponent for granted, but back yourselves to perform well enough to get the win."
Of course. Cavan were relegated the week beforehand and so have to be level headed.

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2214 - 03/11/2020 13:36:30    2304802

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Replying To FoolsGold:  "Of course. Cavan were relegated the week beforehand and so have to be level headed."
No **** sherlock! The negativity is relentless, i can only assume failed former club players with chip on their shoulder?

Nobody here is expecting to cruise by Antrim, many would accept a 1 score win. Its ulster championship football, We will rightly be favourites given our respective league postions over the last few years but nobody is getting carried away.

Definitely get the feeling a few of the 'cavan fans' on here get more enjoyment from a cavan loss.
We wont be winning and all ireland this year and we wont be winning ulster, get behind the lads who are there committing busting their balls for the jersey

HuddHastings (Longford) - Posts: 76 - 04/11/2020 23:42:10    2305241

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Replying To HuddHastings:  "No **** sherlock! The negativity is relentless, i can only assume failed former club players with chip on their shoulder?

Nobody here is expecting to cruise by Antrim, many would accept a 1 score win. Its ulster championship football, We will rightly be favourites given our respective league postions over the last few years but nobody is getting carried away.

Definitely get the feeling a few of the 'cavan fans' on here get more enjoyment from a cavan loss.
We wont be winning and all ireland this year and we wont be winning ulster, get behind the lads who are there committing busting their balls for the jersey"
Yep, there seems to be a real effort among some posters to overlook the good aspects of the monaghan victory and point to our relegation in the league and to any possible weakness in the team, desparately justifying any reason they can find for Antrim to beat us.

They should offer their services to the Antrim county set-up. They'd be great motivational speakers for any opposition Cavan face.

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 05/11/2020 13:25:45    2305310

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Replying To HuddHastings:  "No **** sherlock! The negativity is relentless, i can only assume failed former club players with chip on their shoulder?

Nobody here is expecting to cruise by Antrim, many would accept a 1 score win. Its ulster championship football, We will rightly be favourites given our respective league postions over the last few years but nobody is getting carried away.

Definitely get the feeling a few of the 'cavan fans' on here get more enjoyment from a cavan loss.
We wont be winning and all ireland this year and we wont be winning ulster, get behind the lads who are there committing busting their balls for the jersey"
Don't be gtting sensitive I already praised Cavan after the win. Knockout Ulster Championship will a battle even if If Antrim are div 4
Forum for discussion after all. Cavan have a poor record against Antrim in Championship so hopefully that changes

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2214 - 05/11/2020 16:50:17    2305381

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Poor Auld Sean hasnt been heard from since last week, probably retired in disgust in protest of Gumley not getting the start.

fredflint (Cavan) - Posts: 1333 - 06/11/2020 11:29:18    2305529

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Replying To fredflint:  "Poor Auld Sean hasnt been heard from since last week, probably retired in disgust in protest of Gumley not getting the start."
He's probably dotting the i's and crossing the t's of his proposed 15 v Antrim to make sure everyone on it still owns a pair of football boots.

PatTheDandy (Cavan) - Posts: 281 - 06/11/2020 13:24:45    2305564

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Replying To PatTheDandy:  "He's probably dotting the i's and crossing the t's of his proposed 15 v Antrim to make sure everyone on it still owns a pair of football boots."
I hear Ray Galligan's spot is under threat, with news that Paul o'Dowd held the door open for our Sean in Dunnes the other evening

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 07/11/2020 12:15:15    2305786

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Replying To cavanman47:  "Yep, there seems to be a real effort among some posters to overlook the good aspects of the monaghan victory and point to our relegation in the league and to any possible weakness in the team, desparately justifying any reason they can find for Antrim to beat us.

They should offer their services to the Antrim county set-up. They'd be great motivational speakers for any opposition Cavan face."
There was no push for anything. As it showed against Antrim they are a useful team. Idiotic to suggest people don't support Cavan, because they give views which you and others don't agree with.

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2214 - 09/11/2020 19:08:23    2306962

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Replying To FoolsGold:  "There was no push for anything. As it showed against Antrim they are a useful team. Idiotic to suggest people don't support Cavan, because they give views which you and others don't agree with."
I've never accused anyone of not supporting Cavan, but the pessimistic outlook is draining, and if any of the players were to see or listen to the stuff written on here (and it does happen), that kind of attitude has every chance of seeping through to the squad itself.

I was all for not taking Antrim lightly. But I thought we'd have enough to win by 6 (if TED had gone for goal and scored it would've been 6). They were useful but extremely blunt up front apart from their full forward.

We won playing well below our best. If another county had done so, you'd hear "thats the sign of a great team", "they won't play that badly again" etc.

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 09/11/2020 19:30:55    2306970

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Replying To cavanman47:  "I've never accused anyone of not supporting Cavan, but the pessimistic outlook is draining, and if any of the players were to see or listen to the stuff written on here (and it does happen), that kind of attitude has every chance of seeping through to the squad itself.

I was all for not taking Antrim lightly. But I thought we'd have enough to win by 6 (if TED had gone for goal and scored it would've been 6). They were useful but extremely blunt up front apart from their full forward.

We won playing well below our best. If another county had done so, you'd hear "thats the sign of a great team", "they won't play that badly again" etc."
agreed, although to be fair, Meath scored 7:14 against the team that scored 7:11 against Antrim.

s goldrick (Cavan) - Posts: 5353 - 09/11/2020 21:38:24    2307013

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Replying To s goldrick:  "agreed, although to be fair, Meath scored 7:14 against the team that scored 7:11 against Antrim."
Are Leeds better than Liverpool?
Beat Villa 3-0 away while Villa beat Liverpool 7-2.



We drew with Monaghan in normal time, same as Meath. . .again, why focus on the negative angle when you could bring that result up instead?

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 10/11/2020 12:54:29    2307180

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Replying To cavanman47:  "I've never accused anyone of not supporting Cavan, but the pessimistic outlook is draining, and if any of the players were to see or listen to the stuff written on here (and it does happen), that kind of attitude has every chance of seeping through to the squad itself.

I was all for not taking Antrim lightly. But I thought we'd have enough to win by 6 (if TED had gone for goal and scored it would've been 6). They were useful but extremely blunt up front apart from their full forward.

We won playing well below our best. If another county had done so, you'd hear "thats the sign of a great team", "they won't play that badly again" etc."
Would have to agree with FoolsGold that you are being very silly here in trying to tell people what opinion to have on the team they support Cavanman47. This is a Forum, and Forums are for opinions.

If players actually do come on here for a look (which I would doubt), they would surely know there is a likelihood of encountering some negative commentary. If they still come on knowing that fact then I would suggest they can stomach what they read and maybe are just trying to get a feel for what the supporters think, or to see if Sean O has any news on Finbar Crowe's or availability for the weekend given shortage of live goal threats in the current squad. They can read the "Best of luck to Mickey & the lads" stuff in the Facebook comments.

I have already given my thoughts and proposed changes for the Down game before the Antrim & Fermanagh games ("Good Predictions there Pat"), so I don't think I need to make any further comment ahead of the weekend apart from to give my score prediction and a few longer odds tips which those who enjoy a bet will obviously be interested in after hearing about my big Cavan/Down double coming in there at the weekend.

Cavan 0-17 Down 2-11 Cavan to win in Extra Time

Value Bets
Down/Cavan HT/FT 11/2
Caolan Mooney First Goalscorer - 14/1 w/ PatPower
Cavan Draw No Bet 5/4

#AskPaddy - Padraig Faulkner to get Man of the Match - No odds available as of yet

PatTheDandy (Cavan) - Posts: 281 - 10/11/2020 19:59:06    2307337

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Replying To PatTheDandy:  "Would have to agree with FoolsGold that you are being very silly here in trying to tell people what opinion to have on the team they support Cavanman47. This is a Forum, and Forums are for opinions.

If players actually do come on here for a look (which I would doubt), they would surely know there is a likelihood of encountering some negative commentary. If they still come on knowing that fact then I would suggest they can stomach what they read and maybe are just trying to get a feel for what the supporters think, or to see if Sean O has any news on Finbar Crowe's or availability for the weekend given shortage of live goal threats in the current squad. They can read the "Best of luck to Mickey & the lads" stuff in the Facebook comments.

I have already given my thoughts and proposed changes for the Down game before the Antrim & Fermanagh games ("Good Predictions there Pat"), so I don't think I need to make any further comment ahead of the weekend apart from to give my score prediction and a few longer odds tips which those who enjoy a bet will obviously be interested in after hearing about my big Cavan/Down double coming in there at the weekend.

Cavan 0-17 Down 2-11 Cavan to win in Extra Time

Value Bets
Down/Cavan HT/FT 11/2
Caolan Mooney First Goalscorer - 14/1 w/ PatPower
Cavan Draw No Bet 5/4

#AskPaddy - Padraig Faulkner to get Man of the Match - No odds available as of yet"
Padraig Faulkner to be Pat the Dandy's man of the match . . 1/5000

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4132 - 11/11/2020 08:00:05    2307430

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Replying To PatTheDandy:  "Would have to agree with FoolsGold that you are being very silly here in trying to tell people what opinion to have on the team they support Cavanman47. This is a Forum, and Forums are for opinions.

If players actually do come on here for a look (which I would doubt), they would surely know there is a likelihood of encountering some negative commentary. If they still come on knowing that fact then I would suggest they can stomach what they read and maybe are just trying to get a feel for what the supporters think, or to see if Sean O has any news on Finbar Crowe's or availability for the weekend given shortage of live goal threats in the current squad. They can read the "Best of luck to Mickey & the lads" stuff in the Facebook comments.

I have already given my thoughts and proposed changes for the Down game before the Antrim & Fermanagh games ("Good Predictions there Pat"), so I don't think I need to make any further comment ahead of the weekend apart from to give my score prediction and a few longer odds tips which those who enjoy a bet will obviously be interested in after hearing about my big Cavan/Down double coming in there at the weekend.

Cavan 0-17 Down 2-11 Cavan to win in Extra Time

Value Bets
Down/Cavan HT/FT 11/2
Caolan Mooney First Goalscorer - 14/1 w/ PatPower
Cavan Draw No Bet 5/4

#AskPaddy - Padraig Faulkner to get Man of the Match - No odds available as of yet"
Great analysis and tips once again there Pat.

17-16 to Cavan who you tipped to come from behind at HT to win by the 1 point in a close affair. I don't know how you do it. Whatsmore, you more or less had 4 from 4 there with the tips with Mooney setting up Down's first goal, and Faulkner being the 60 minute MOM if right was right. Madden was certainly the second half Man of the Half, but Faulkner shaded him on an overall basis and will get an All Star now.

Looking forward to next weeks tips.

PatTheDandy (Cavan) - Posts: 281 - 16/11/2020 10:58:34    2309874

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Replying To PatTheDandy:  "
Replying To PatTheDandy:  "Would have to agree with FoolsGold that you are being very silly here in trying to tell people what opinion to have on the team they support Cavanman47. This is a Forum, and Forums are for opinions.

If players actually do come on here for a look (which I would doubt), they would surely know there is a likelihood of encountering some negative commentary. If they still come on knowing that fact then I would suggest they can stomach what they read and maybe are just trying to get a feel for what the supporters think, or to see if Sean O has any news on Finbar Crowe's or availability for the weekend given shortage of live goal threats in the current squad. They can read the "Best of luck to Mickey & the lads" stuff in the Facebook comments.

I have already given my thoughts and proposed changes for the Down game before the Antrim & Fermanagh games ("Good Predictions there Pat"), so I don't think I need to make any further comment ahead of the weekend apart from to give my score prediction and a few longer odds tips which those who enjoy a bet will obviously be interested in after hearing about my big Cavan/Down double coming in there at the weekend.

Cavan 0-17 Down 2-11 Cavan to win in Extra Time

Value Bets
Down/Cavan HT/FT 11/2
Caolan Mooney First Goalscorer - 14/1 w/ PatPower
Cavan Draw No Bet 5/4

#AskPaddy - Padraig Faulkner to get Man of the Match - No odds available as of yet"
Great analysis and tips once again there Pat.

17-16 to Cavan who you tipped to come from behind at HT to win by the 1 point in a close affair. I don't know how you do it. Whatsmore, you more or less had 4 from 4 there with the tips with Mooney setting up Down's first goal, and Faulkner being the 60 minute MOM if right was right. Madden was certainly the second half Man of the Half, but Faulkner shaded him on an overall basis and will get an All Star now.

Looking forward to next weeks tips."
You do it's a 70 minute game at least

tom84 (Cavan) - Posts: 247 - 17/11/2020 19:25:02    2310792

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