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Replying To Anlubuchaill:  "Do enlighten me?? From what I gather if you wish to have an intercounty transfer you need to be have a new proof of address in that county to put on the transfer form. And you can still declare to play with your own county team, there is an option on the form to do that."
He got his move in the end

MonaghanHy (Monaghan) - Posts: 2 - 04/06/2021 21:45:08    2348306

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Replying To MonaghanHy:  "He got his move in the end"
Is he sure of his place in Inniskeen ? Might Carrick not be a better bet and more convenient.

19616609 (Louth) - Posts: 1499 - 05/06/2021 11:16:50    2348374

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Replying To MonaghanHy:  "He got his move in the end"
He did indeed but he will still be continuing to play for his own county off course even though he can't even get 5 minutes at the minute!! I wonder how he managed to lift his house in reaghstown and drop it in inniskeen somewhere in order to have an inniskeen address on the transfer form.....

Anlubuchaill (Louth) - Posts: 208 - 05/06/2021 12:18:28    2348390

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Tough on the Westerns he will be a big blow to there hopes of winning the senior championship with the Seans and Gylde this year

bennypoor (Louth) - Posts: 455 - 05/06/2021 12:25:39    2348392

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Poor stuff. Especially from Inniskeen's side as all they are doing is holding back young midfielders of their own to accommodate him and potential short-term success. Inniskeen men sitting on the bench while their club fuel a Louth man's ego?

Although Pete Fitz and our county board need to be strongly commended for standing their ground and setting a strong precedent. Refusing his transfer to the Mary's is a statement that smaller clubs can finally expect a bit of support from Darver. Great stuff lads.

gael250 (Louth) - Posts: 11 - 05/06/2021 18:32:34    2348475

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Replying To gael250:  "Poor stuff. Especially from Inniskeen's side as all they are doing is holding back young midfielders of their own to accommodate him and potential short-term success. Inniskeen men sitting on the bench while their club fuel a Louth man's ego?

Although Pete Fitz and our county board need to be strongly commended for standing their ground and setting a strong precedent. Refusing his transfer to the Mary's is a statement that smaller clubs can finally expect a bit of support from Darver. Great stuff lads."
I think with Inniskeen being so hungry for success the addition of Durnin won't bother too many for this year, in future maybe that changes especially if success does come sooner rather than later and the young lads Inniskeen have start really pushing for places, but a player of his calibre wouldn't be turned down by many clubs I wouldn't say.

MonaghanHy (Monaghan) - Posts: 2 - 05/06/2021 19:12:51    2348487

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