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Replying To royaldunne:  "You ok with the treatment of Maria Cahill? Aine Adams??
Call me Arlene all u like. I will never defend abusers. Unlike u it seems.
Btw how do u feel about a sf elected member defending people who have brought parts of Dublin to its knees?? U ok with that too ?? Obviously"
More politics from the Meath man. The "Royal" Meath man.

galwayford (Galway) - Posts: 1893 - 14/10/2020 13:43:42    2297541

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Replying To royaldunne:  "Rugby ?? Please remind me how what galway have won lately??"
Galway won the senior hurling title in 2017, there clubs have won the Club championships lots of times recently. Their u20's have won All Ireland titles too. Stick the Rugby, you can sing and wave Union jack flags to your hearts content there. Stay away from the GAA.

galwayford (Galway) - Posts: 1893 - 14/10/2020 13:48:25    2297546

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Replying To yew_tree:  "Very county is going to have to deal with this at some stage. All the best to everyone in Moycullen, hopefully everyone fully recovers."
Agree. We'll just have to suck it up and play on. I think for the overall good counties need to plough on and not look for postponements when this happens. It is not ideal and some will get dealt an unfair hand. Its just the times we are in.....otherwise we wont be able to run any competition.

Mayonman (Galway) - Posts: 1262 - 14/10/2020 13:51:47    2297548

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Replying To royaldunne:  "You ok with the treatment of Maria Cahill? Aine Adams??
Call me Arlene all u like. I will never defend abusers. Unlike u it seems.
Btw how do u feel about a sf elected member defending people who have brought parts of Dublin to its knees?? U ok with that too ?? Obviously"
You OK with the treatment of her by Political parties in both the North and South who rolled her out at every opportunity and used her purely for Political benefit and only because they saw it as another chance to have a go at SF in the run up to elections? And please spare me any suggestion that they did any of it out of genuine concern for her wellbeing - she was being used as a pawn and those who did so are not better than those who abused her.

Offside_Rule (Antrim) - Posts: 3991 - 14/10/2020 13:58:56    2297552

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Replying To royaldunne:  "You ok with the treatment of Maria Cahill? Aine Adams??
Call me Arlene all u like. I will never defend abusers. Unlike u it seems.
Btw how do u feel about a sf elected member defending people who have brought parts of Dublin to its knees?? U ok with that too ?? Obviously"
Nah you're more of a Jim Allister. Everything wrong in the world was the 'shinners' doing. For the record I'm not a SF supporter and I wouldnt for one second defend anything to do with what happened to Maria Cahill or anyone else in similar circumstances. But let's be honest, I brought up similar incidents that FF and FG members where involved in and you conveniently ignored them to go off on more mindless rants so your happy enough to indirectly defend abusers when it suits your own agenda Jim!

SaffronDon (Antrim) - Posts: 1961 - 14/10/2020 14:04:58    2297555

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Replying To royaldunne:  "You ok with the treatment of Maria Cahill? Aine Adams??
Call me Arlene all u like. I will never defend abusers. Unlike u it seems.
Btw how do u feel about a sf elected member defending people who have brought parts of Dublin to its knees?? U ok with that too ?? Obviously"
That's some leap of logic you've made there. Although I don't think logic is quite the correct word to use.

I make a little joke, one based on your pro-loyalism/unionist views, and you equate that with me defending abusers? That's not a good look for you to be honest.

I've no idea what you're talking about in terms of the rest of your post if I'm honest.

It's all a little incoherent to be fair.

So because I make a little joke about you being a unionist/loyalist, which to be fair is consistent with your views expressed on here about the North, and suddenly I'm a defender of sexual abuse?

Seriously man that's a really low and scummy thing to post about another poster in my opinion.

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 13085 - 14/10/2020 14:08:28    2297558

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1,217 new cases in the north.... bloody hell..!

Fionn (Dublin) - Posts: 3000 - 14/10/2020 14:09:15    2297559

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Replying To SaffronDon:  "I can only speak for myself and the people I know that go to matches. Your stereotyping couldnt be further from the truth. A bit like a lot of the muck you talk on here"
I've worn a Bohs jacket to many a Dubs game over the years.

In Royaldunne's view that makes me what I wonder?!

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 13085 - 14/10/2020 14:09:42    2297560

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Replying To MesAmis:  "I've worn a Bohs jacket to many a Dubs game over the years.

In Royaldunne's view that makes me what I wonder?!"
I wore an Inter Milan jersey to a Connacht final once. Gaelic games are huge in the Via Montenapoleone.

Lockjaw (Donegal) - Posts: 7013 - 14/10/2020 14:17:20    2297561

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Replying To MesAmis:  "I've worn a Bohs jacket to many a Dubs game over the years.

In Royaldunne's view that makes me what I wonder?!"
Lost ;)


No seriously tho, aren't you Fairview? Would Shels not be closer?

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 3965 - 14/10/2020 14:41:27    2297569

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Replying To cavanman47:  "Lost ;)


No seriously tho, aren't you Fairview? Would Shels not be closer?"
I'm North Strand.

Yeah Tolka Pk is a little closer I'd say from my gaf. You're talking maybe 5 minutes in the difference walking I'd say.

But everyone knows Shels are just a southside club lost on the Northside.

They prob won't be in Tolka Pk much longer in anyways, they'll have to move in with the Big Club or else Tolka will fall down around their ears. Place is in a kip nowadays. Awful to see.

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 13085 - 14/10/2020 14:51:03    2297571

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Replying To MesAmis:  "I've worn a Bohs jacket to many a Dubs game over the years.

In Royaldunne's view that makes me what I wonder?!"
'A laughing stock to the GAA' in his Newsletter column i would say Mes

SaffronDon (Antrim) - Posts: 1961 - 14/10/2020 14:53:45    2297573

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This thread has devolved into an embarrassment. The sooner there are games to comment on, the better. Some of the stuff being put across on this makes me fear for the human race, and makes me sad for our country. Focusing on history and honing in on opinionated and purposely controversial statements, then sticking together in some act of backs to the wall defiance, as if they are actually standing for something at all.

It's an embarrassment too that there is a very sizable amount of this guff coming from Meath posters, some of whom I personally rated very highly. Please, gaels of Ireland, do not tar us all with the one brush. These people are doing damage to the image of my county and it's people, they are largely disenfranchised and elitist Meath supporters who are so desperate to stay relevent and on-topic, that they'll stoop to any low to be in the core of the conversation at hand. They can then back themselves into a wall and adopt their favoured siege mentality while everyone else falls into the glue trap and gives them their validation. How far people can fall. Id rather see Meath win nothing ever again then for people like this to truly represent the majority views of my club, town, and county. They are not worth entertaining.

Young_gael (Meath) - Posts: 321 - 14/10/2020 15:08:44    2297578

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Replying To MesAmis:  "I'm North Strand.

Yeah Tolka Pk is a little closer I'd say from my gaf. You're talking maybe 5 minutes in the difference walking I'd say.

But everyone knows Shels are just a southside club lost on the Northside.

They prob won't be in Tolka Pk much longer in anyways, they'll have to move in with the Big Club or else Tolka will fall down around their ears. Place is in a kip nowadays. Awful to see."
Plan is for Shels and Bohs to share the new Dayler Stadium.

Plans looks fab in fairness.

Fionn (Dublin) - Posts: 3000 - 14/10/2020 15:11:55    2297579

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Replying To Fionn:  "Plan is for Shels and Bohs to share the new Dayler Stadium.

Plans looks fab in fairness."
If things keep going the way they are, its Fairview Park they will be playing in.

zinny (Wexford) - Posts: 947 - 14/10/2020 17:19:04    2297600

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Replying To royaldunne:  "I love the way some of our nordie friends keep going on about foreign games , rugby , supporting another country and all. Yet they turn up at football games wearing Celtic tops, waving a Palestinian flag (a area that is unbelievably corrupt, women's rights are non existent, and it is actually illegal to be LGBTQ's and is punished by a death sentence.
Honestly if they weren't so delusional it would be funny."
In your mind being LGBTQ is a death sentence to Palestinians.

In real life being a Palestinian is a death sentence to Palestinians.

SurelyToGod (Donegal) - Posts: 165 - 14/10/2020 17:47:38    2297603

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Back to the virus and its effect on our games and the health of the nation. Can we hope for a good result? Are the dangers going to kill our excitement ? The interaction of players across counties is a risk. With forming a bubble not practical should some other form of the elite games have been used to entertain us. It will be a great achievement if this can be pulled off without serious problems and hopefully no regrets. It is easy be an armchair general and tell everyone what to do using hind sight. God speed to all involved.

Canuck (Waterford) - Posts: 904 - 14/10/2020 18:25:19    2297614

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Cover ups of cases at all ages of Inter County set up in certain counties needs immediate investigation, criminal what's going on, certain people should be ashamed of themselves.
Opposition players have a right to know as they are returning to families & putting elderly loved ones at serious risk.
Irresponsible behaviour on pitches, in stands & post games now directly linked to massive spikes all over the country, makes the summoning of the Deputy CMO smack of hypocrisy of the highest standard.

moc.dna (Galway) - Posts: 1028 - 14/10/2020 19:15:35    2297628

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Replying To SurelyToGod:  "In your mind being LGBTQ is a death sentence to Palestinians.

In real life being a Palestinian is a death sentence to Palestinians."
600 millionaires live in Gaza city. 5 star hotels, shopping centres, water parks.... billions pumped in by useful idiots like Trocaire each year. Martyring a few brainwashed children is great business for Hamas, the leaders of which live in palaces in Qatar and couldn't give a flying fiddlers about Gazans nor does the Arab world itself. Only people keeping the lights on, the water clean and hospitals going are the Israelis.

Crinigan (Meath) - Posts: 770 - 14/10/2020 19:28:01    2297632

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https://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/2020/1014/1171603-fermanagh-fail-in-bid-to-postpone-league-match/

Fionn (Dublin) - Posts: 3000 - 14/10/2020 21:26:02    2297652

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