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This weekend will decide who will be in contention for the league title and who will be fighting relegation. Could be a weekend of shocks
Donegal will be under pressure if they lose to us and would expect them to shade it, wouldn't rule out a draw in this one
Meath's last home game could lift them to a win in a scorefest
Wouldn't be surprised if Mayo beat Kerry at home and ditto Tyrone v Dublin, both teams will be hurting after last weekend

mhunicean_abu (Monaghan) - Posts: 751 - 25/02/2020 18:00:48    2270146

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Replying To PopeFrancis19:  "Meath at home, and with their backs to the wall, will beat Galway."
Hahaa ! Good one. Yah , I'd be putting a few quid on that alright. Banker.

catch22 (USA) - Posts: 1175 - 25/02/2020 18:10:32    2270151

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Replying To mhunicean_abu:  "This weekend will decide who will be in contention for the league title and who will be fighting relegation. Could be a weekend of shocks
Donegal will be under pressure if they lose to us and would expect them to shade it, wouldn't rule out a draw in this one
Meath's last home game could lift them to a win in a scorefest
Wouldn't be surprised if Mayo beat Kerry at home and ditto Tyrone v Dublin, both teams will be hurting after last weekend"
Are you PopeFrancis aswell ?

catch22 (USA) - Posts: 1175 - 25/02/2020 19:52:41    2270168

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Replying To catch22:  "Are you PopeFrancis aswell ?"
What if I am, The topic is on Div 1, I'm just giving my opinion of what I think might happen, you must have an opinion too my child, perhaps you would share it, be brave we are all equal in the eyes of the lord

mhunicean_abu (Monaghan) - Posts: 751 - 25/02/2020 20:17:52    2270173

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I see posters predicting a Meath win, its entirely plausible but I think Galway will come through the test.

suckvalleypaddy (Galway) - Posts: 1333 - 25/02/2020 20:38:21    2270179

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Replying To mhunicean_abu:  "This weekend will decide who will be in contention for the league title and who will be fighting relegation. Could be a weekend of shocks
Donegal will be under pressure if they lose to us and would expect them to shade it, wouldn't rule out a draw in this one
Meath's last home game could lift them to a win in a scorefest
Wouldn't be surprised if Mayo beat Kerry at home and ditto Tyrone v Dublin, both teams will be hurting after last weekend"
In fairness, I think everyone would be surprised if Mayo or Tyrone beat either of those opponents.

festinog (Galway) - Posts: 2822 - 25/02/2020 21:16:33    2270191

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Replying To festinog:  "In fairness, I think everyone would be surprised if Mayo or Tyrone beat either of those opponents."
I wouldn't be, happened last year and both were away from home.

TheUsername (Dublin) - Posts: 3245 - 25/02/2020 22:09:36    2270202

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Replying To festinog:  "In fairness, I think everyone would be surprised if Mayo or Tyrone beat either of those opponents."
What I have written, I have written

mhunicean_abu (Monaghan) - Posts: 751 - 26/02/2020 00:11:45    2270223

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Replying To opa01:  "Small's bodycheck on McHugh (shoulder into chest) was off the ball and deliberate. Black card all day long. As he was on yellow at that stage should have resulted in red."
100% correct. Premeditated, well aware of what he was doing and why, then feign injury to get away with it.
Heaven help us all if a Tyrone player did the same.
It's not the refs that need coaching!!!!
We need to re evaluate the rolls of umpires and linesmen/women.

There's talk of introducing a second ref.
We already have 7 officials for every game. (more than enough if they all had a designated role)
Surely an umpire can take charge of timekeeping??? at least for added time when most of the theatrics are happening and the ref has enough going on.
Why on earth don't we coach officiating teams and not just the refs???

StopTheLights (Galway) - Posts: 241 - 26/02/2020 08:31:03    2270237

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