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GAA Discussion / Re: Cork fans flying the confederate flag
« on: August 15, 2017, 10:06:22 PM »
It's also interesting that the flag issue is significantly less divisive amongst older african-americans, many of whom would have experienced the sharp end of segregation.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cork fans flying the confederate flag
« on: August 15, 2017, 09:50:14 PM »
Lads, it's the whole 'Southern Pride' & rebel thing.
That's where the connection originated and it actually makes perfect sense that some Cork fans would adopt the symbol back when it was considered relatively benign.
When I was growing up I would have associated that flag primarily with moonshine, fast cars and ridiculously hot women in tiny shorts.
It's only a matter of time before the flag disappears from mainstream american life, i.e. state buildings, flags etc. and I'd be quite happy if it never showed up at a GAA ground again, but demonising the individuals who have been bringing the flag with them for years is pointless and counter-productive.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cork fans flying the confederate flag
« on: August 15, 2017, 09:33:31 PM »
I've never brought a flag to a game in my life so if they banned the whole lot of them it wouldn't bother me.
Just spare me the righteous indignation of Irish social media users who would no doubt be horrified to learn that the State flag of Mississippi still contains the confederate battle flag.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cork fans flying the confederate flag
« on: August 15, 2017, 09:14:56 PM »
I think they should ditch it purely because it's not worth the hassle the bearer will ultimately bring upon themselves, but I find the sudden explosion of outrage a bit much.
If you're offended by the sight of the Confederate flag, don't ever visit the Southern states of America.
Or maybe you should visit, and chastise every person you see over there with a confederate flag hanging outside their house or on a bumper sticker.
Or better still denounce them as racists to their face.
I've little or no interest in flags of any description but this craic whereby the 'concerned citizens of the internet' get together to decide what is and isn't offensive is starting to bug me.
Were the Dukes of Hazzard racist?
Well, maybe the blonde lad was but I'll kill any man who says anything bad about Daisy.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Cork fans flying the confederate flag
« on: August 14, 2017, 06:52:38 PM »
Don't think we have any Cork fans here.
Maybe one of the Kerry lads could pass on the message

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GAA Discussion / Re: Tyrone v Dublin - The beginning of an era
« on: August 13, 2017, 11:21:38 AM »
He dives.

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GAA Discussion / Re: U17 Football Championship
« on: August 12, 2017, 03:41:59 PM »
Yessssss!!!
Nerves shattered trying to follow Willie's ramblings.
Great win.
Congrats to all involved.

Dunno how ye listen to him on a regular basis.
Painful stuff.

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GAA Discussion / Re: U17 Football Championship
« on: August 12, 2017, 03:18:53 PM »
The Rossies win, will play Tyrone in the final.

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GAA Discussion / Re: U17 Football Championship
« on: August 12, 2017, 03:14:59 PM »
Roscommon GAA‏Verified account @RoscommonGAA  50s51 seconds ago
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 U17 semi-final #rosgaa #gaa
30mins 2nd half
Roscommon : 2-15(21)
Kerry: 1-12(15) Gillooly goooal

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GAA Discussion / Re: Tiernan MCCann
« on: August 11, 2017, 05:37:15 PM »
Did Tiernan play in the Sigerson Cup final or was that his brother?
Brother, he's a pharmacist

Works in Dublin too. God love him for the next few weeks...

He did say that down there no one really knows about hus sporting background and that it is rarely talked about.

(That may change over the next couple of weeks though)

Rugby, both men's & women's, would be the biggest sport in the city.

In Dublin?

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According to Colm Parkinson, Mayo pushed up on Roscommon's kickouts but left a Ros player free to force the keeper to kick to him and knowing where the kickout was headed the mayo players closest to the free Ros player were ready to swarm him. Tactics now are far more refined but I'd say Mayo are doing plenty.
Mayo losing to Galway,needing extra time to beat Cork,Derry and replay to overcome Roscommon would suggest Rochford is struggling with his tactics. Kerry beat Galway,Cork comfortably in 70 minutes and would do the same against Derry,Roscommon if they played them.

Don't think how Mayo do against teams outside the top 2 or 3 has anything to do with tactics, it's more to do with their attitude. I don't see any evidence that they've been tactical poor in the past few years.
Good God Zulu, you cannot be serious!!
Remember Limerick 2014?
Horan matched Cafferkey with Donaghy  who outfielded him every time the ball was kicked in?
Not only did Horan fail to makes any changes to curb Donaghy’s dominance but he set no one to mark Jamesy who went to toen on ballls bropken down by Donaghy. IIRC, Donaghy scored 2-7 that day.
The gruesome twosome got their P45s because they made a bulls of a job on the sideline in the first game against Dublin in 2015.The pair was later to claim one of the players left the notes prepared for the game behind him in the hotel and the players reared up on the poor, innocent managers because of this!
Rochford was getting a bollicking form all quarters up to last Sunday. He persisted in taking Andy Moran and Colm Boyle off around the 50 minute mark even though there was no obvious reason for doing so.
Okay, things went a thousand times better last Sunday but I believe that the players pressurised Rochford into making clearly necessary changes in tactics.
If any of the managers since O’Mahony got off the pot, had the tactical savvy of, say, Jim Gavin or Mickey Harte, the Mayo team would be up to its collective arse with Celtic crosses by now. ;D

You have no appreciation for what managers have achieved do you? You call them every name under the sun, but you might remember before Horan took over, John O'Mahony (who is somehow spared your disdain) led us to a defeat to Longford.
Horan took over that Autumn and led us to 4 connacht titles in a row, 4 semi finals in a row and 2 finals. Do you think he might have earned some respect for that? Do you think maybe tactics played a part in those achievements?

Oh yes I have and I've said it here many times that Horan worked wonders with Mayo but here I was answering a straight question with a straight answer.
I know damn well how much of a mess O'Mahony made of things but I was talking of poor tactical decisions made by the present and recent managers, again, in response to a straight question. So, who did I call every name under the sun?  I mentioned the 'gruesome twosome', a term that was widely applied to them during their time in charge. Nothing new abut that. While I'm at it, I had plenty to say about O'Mahony when he was in charge and you went apeshit attacking everything I had to say. I did ask you one time to point one single instance where I was wrong in my assessment of O'Mahony's tactics and general management and I'm still awaiting your answer.
Horan got his match ups wrong in Limerick and all the plamás in the world won't hide the fact that Donaghy destroyed Cafferkey that day. What good Horan undoubtedly did for Mayo football should not be used as an excuse for allowing Donaghy to score 2-7 and end Mayo's chances for another year.
 There's no need to be so fecking patronising about Horan's achievements either. I know what he won as well as you do. I wasn't dismissing his achievements when I mentioned Donaghy v Cafferkey either. One can't be used to excuse the other.
The disagreement between Noel and Pateen and the team after the semifinal in 2015 and the recriminations that followed are common knowledge to most Mayo people. The players felt they had the winning of that game the first day and they felt that sideline decisions let them down.
Again, I accept that Rochford has been getting a barrage of criticism since taking over and most of it is unjustified, (in my opinion) but that doesn't hide the fact that he has been criticised from many quarters for his substitutions and personnel switches during every game this year up to last Monday. That's not a personal opinion either.
I have given Zulu a number of examples where I felt poor tactics either lost games or made the winning of them much harder than necessary. Nothing personal intended where any of the managers were concerned.
 
You sure have anger management issues and maybe you should consider some other more sedentary pastime like floral arrangement or talking a dog for long walks or something like that.
In all seriousness, you spend more time criticising others posters' opinions than any other member of the board and generally you get your facts arseways.
Have a nice day!

From within the county, Lar?

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Mayo need to try something different for this however I've seen nothing thus far to suggest that Rochford is much of a tactician.

Last year his team brought a brilliant Dublin team to the wire , twice .

That didn't happen by accident .

Massive work rate was a huge component.
Don't recall anything noteworthy from a tactical perspective.

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'Flakes on a Train'.

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Mayo need to try something different for this however I've seen nothing thus far to suggest that Rochford is much of a tactician.

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Tyrone fans, you can't take them anywhere.

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