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Haha.Come on Ireland!If we win tonight it'll be great for the country.Italy will be strong,as ever,regardless of any changes.I just feel we'll come up short and Sunday will be free to attend our beloved Dubs.

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 12:18:43    1870692

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Replying To cuederocket:  "Haha.Come on Ireland!If we win tonight it'll be great for the country.Italy will be strong,as ever,regardless of any changes.I just feel we'll come up short and Sunday will be free to attend our beloved Dubs."
Exactly. We're all probably gonna be free on Sunday for the Dubs.

I hope we won't be though as it'd be a great headache to have!

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 12867 - 22/06/2016 12:27:00    1870698

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Replying To MesAmis:  "Exactly. We're all probably gonna be free on Sunday for the Dubs.

I hope we won't be though as it'd be a great headache to have!"
Imagine Ireland v France at 2pm and Dublin v Meath at 4pm.I dont tink i could resist the lure of town for that.I'd be on it like a car bonnet!

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 12:35:36    1870703

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Replying To cuederocket:  "Imagine Ireland v France at 2pm and Dublin v Meath at 4pm.I dont tink i could resist the lure of town for that.I'd be on it like a car bonnet!"
Sorry im half asleep.Its not France we could meet i think its Croatia.Oops.

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 12:46:22    1870709

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Replying To cuederocket:  "Imagine Ireland v France at 2pm and Dublin v Meath at 4pm.I dont tink i could resist the lure of town for that.I'd be on it like a car bonnet!"
If it's 2 and 4 I'd probably watch Ireland and then run up to Croker for the Dubs.

Hopefully it'll be a problem for us all!

MesAmis (Dublin) - Posts: 12867 - 22/06/2016 13:51:39    1870738

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Replying To cuederocket:  "Sorry im half asleep.Its not France we could meet i think its Croatia.Oops."
I think it's more than likely France on the Sunday as opposed to Croatia on the Saturday, unless other results change more than likely France on the Sunday....if we win tonight.

Dubsfan28 (Dublin) - Posts: 2276 - 22/06/2016 14:20:07    1870756

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Replying To cuederocket:  "
Replying To MesAmis:  "They are not true fans then are they?...
ziggy32001 (Meath) - Posts:5713 - 22/06/2016 08:30:20


Obviously not.

They were at all the Home League games this year, and a good few of them made a number of the away games too. Football and hurling. Stood in the cold at Walsh Cup and O'Byrne Cup games this year and last with at least 3 of them. Most of them went to Kilkenny for the Laois match and were in Portlaoise the following week as well as in Croker for the Wexford game.

All of them have been actively involved in their GAA clubs most of their lives through playing football and hurling as well as now coaching underage teams.

But a few of them might not go on Sunday if Ireland are playing in a knock out game in a major tournament for the first time in 14 years and only the 5th time in history. So yeah not true fans."
I haven't been to many Dublin games in recent years.Am i not a true fan?Do i not qualify?"
Depends,you may have very good reasons.

ziggy32001 (Meath) - Posts: 8354 - 22/06/2016 14:33:36    1870767

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Prediction time, I'll take the optimistic approach, with the Italians in full defensive mode:

Ireland 0-8
Italy 0-6

realdub (Dublin) - Posts: 7701 - 22/06/2016 14:34:12    1870769

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Replying To realdub:  "Prediction time, I'll take the optimistic approach, with the Italians in full defensive mode:

Ireland 0-8
Italy 0-6"
Ha nice one.I'll go 1-1.

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 14:52:50    1870781

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Replying To CroiGorm:  "Foolish and easily lead? Right you are then hill. Doesn't matter that I've not missed a game all year (including O'Byrne and Walsh cup) unless the 2 codes clashed, I'm just a sheep. God forbid someone might want to enjoy an atmosphere with friends, be patriotic and want to see their country do well. Must be great to be the perfect Dublin fan hey?"
Yeah and when it comes to a clash with a sport you have no interest in you immediately jump ship because it's in vogue this week. That's defiantly easy lead and following the pack like a sheep

hill16no1man (Dublin) - Posts: 12665 - 22/06/2016 15:58:54    1870803

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Replying To MesAmis:  "No it does not mean they are more interested in soccer than Gaelic Football necessarily. Most of them support Bohs, Ireland and the Dubs. All are involved in their GAA clubs in some capacity.

It might mean that they are more interested in a game (if it happens) that comes around once every 14 or so years then a game they see fairly regularly that doesn't have the same attraction that it once had.

Imagine that!"
Reminds me of the once a year mass goers that come out at Christmas and don't go all year.
The bandwagon is being readied for the win loose we are on the boos brigade it seems. I just can't understand why you would support has all year round and then foresaw it for a team you don't ever go to watch just because they are playing.
for me its just common sense id Dublin are my favourite team I will always choose to go to watch them

hill16no1man (Dublin) - Posts: 12665 - 22/06/2016 16:04:28    1870804

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Here's a question
If your married and love your wife and have been together for 20 odd years ok.
then a good looking girl from your work says ok let's get it on this one time and you can go back to your wife after would you all be inclined to go for it?

hill16no1man (Dublin) - Posts: 12665 - 22/06/2016 16:09:08    1870807

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Replying To hill16no1man:  "Here's a question
If your married and love your wife and have been together for 20 odd years ok.
then a good looking girl from your work says ok let's get it on this one time and you can go back to your wife after would you all be inclined to go for it?"
WHAT?

Dubsfan28 (Dublin) - Posts: 2276 - 22/06/2016 16:38:09    1870825

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Replying To hill16no1man:  "Here's a question
If your married and love your wife and have been together for 20 odd years ok.
then a good looking girl from your work says ok let's get it on this one time and you can go back to your wife after would you all be inclined to go for it?"
Try stop me hill.I'd be in like Flynn.Never look a gift horse in the mouth (:

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 16:49:13    1870831

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Replying To hill16no1man:  "Here's a question
If your married and love your wife and have been together for 20 odd years ok.
then a good looking girl from your work says ok let's get it on this one time and you can go back to your wife after would you all be inclined to go for it?"
Big time :D

realdub (Dublin) - Posts: 7701 - 22/06/2016 16:56:13    1870835

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Replying To hill16no1man:  "Yeah and when it comes to a clash with a sport you have no interest in you immediately jump ship because it's in vogue this week. That's defiantly easy lead and following the pack like a sheep"
Please point out the post where I said I had no interest in the sport? I said I had no problem being a 'bandwagon supporter'. Does not mean I have no interest in the sport. I know of many Dublin fans that are bandwagon supporters, they have an interest in the sport yet only show up for games when summer time comes around. Or is it only in the GAA that bandwagon supporters are welcome?

You give yourself a big pat on the back there hill, you're clearly Dublin's best supporter and we should all wish to be more like you right? Actually nah, you're alright, pretty happy being who I am rather than being like someone that gets joy out of insulting others and putting them down to make them feel better.

Off you go there now and find that post like a good lad.

CroiGorm (Dublin) - Posts: 1547 - 22/06/2016 17:11:37    1870838

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Hey cue, looks like someone doesn't approve of our morals :D

realdub (Dublin) - Posts: 7701 - 22/06/2016 17:46:47    1870855

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Replying To realdub:  "Hey cue, looks like someone doesn't approve of our morals :D"
Haha,i'm a single man.I'm allowed have impure thoughts and a skewed moral compass (:

cuederocket (Dublin) - Posts: 5084 - 22/06/2016 18:10:47    1870862

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Replying To hill16no1man:  "Reminds me of the once a year mass goers that come out at Christmas and don't go all year.
The bandwagon is being readied for the win loose we are on the boos brigade it seems. I just can't understand why you would support has all year round and then foresaw it for a team you don't ever go to watch just because they are playing.
for me its just common sense id Dublin are my favourite team I will always choose to go to watch them"
Proper order Hill :)

waynoI (Dublin) - Posts: 13523 - 22/06/2016 18:36:49    1870868

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Haha your some pair of wafflers
The Mrs would have u hanging by your town halls and he eouldnt risk it in first place haha

hill16no1man (Dublin) - Posts: 12665 - 22/06/2016 18:58:07    1870872

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