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Dublin 10 In A Row Odds!

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The losers mentality is rampant on here.
Knock anyone who raises the bar and cry about why they should be stopped winning.

catch22 (USA) - Posts: 2148 - 05/12/2020 20:52:49    2318788

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Replying To bdbuddah:  "I have been looking at the internet trying to find current Dublin odds for consecutive All Irelands (6 in a row/ 7 in a row/ 8 in a row/ 9 in a row/ 10 in a row etc.) but can't find them. Anyone have a link to a website that would have this?."
You'll need to ask a bookie to give you the odds.

AfricanGael (UK) - Posts: 1946 - 05/12/2020 20:54:45    2318791

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Replying To royaldunne:  "That's total nonsense. Kildare beat them last year. Are you honestly saying Kildare are ai contenders in next 5 years?? Meath have beaten them past 3 years (not this year) at minor/new minor level. Yet we not gonna beat them at senior. Totally different set up."
Yes well said. Saved me a post lol

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 1074 - 05/12/2020 20:59:00    2318798

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Replying To wexico15:  "The great Kerry and Kilkenny teams maxed out on golden generations and dropped back into the pack following those teams ageing, the different and worrying thing is of Dublin's starting 15 in the 2015 final only 6 started tonight, they've transitioned already and arguably got more dominant while doing so."
Exactly - we had a good team in the last decade and couldn't really replace them. I've never seen any team doing this before like Dublin. It's in nobody's interests ultimately.

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 1074 - 05/12/2020 21:02:47    2318804

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Replying To catch22:  "The losers mentality is rampant on here.
Knock anyone who raises the bar and cry about why they should be stopped winning."
Raises the bar ?what are you talking about? That's like saying USA have raised the bar at the Olympics and Ireland need to work harder.

Malonemagic (Laois) - Posts: 693 - 05/12/2020 21:37:21    2318840

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Replying To royaldunne:  "No boylesports actually.
What I can't get is they 9/1 for 9 in row, but they drift to 12/1 for ten?? Why the big jump. Look Dubin John has ensured the 10 in a row. This is money for old rope would the bank give you twelve times ur investment in 5 years?? Not a hope."
Ahh my wisdom

royaldunne (Meath) - Posts: 17823 - 06/12/2020 10:28:12    2319041

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Oh the virus outside is Frightful
But the Dubs are so Delightful
We're no letting Sam Maguire Go
10 in a Row
10 in a Row
10 in a Row

Joxer (Dublin) - Posts: 4443 - 06/12/2020 11:25:55    2319071

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Replying To essmac:  "Exactly - we had a good team in the last decade and couldn't really replace them. I've never seen any team doing this before like Dublin. It's in nobody's interests ultimately."
The main guys are still there though; yes they've added quality but your McCarthy's, Rock, Cluxton are still there so I'd say the backbone is around. Tyrone benefited from having very seasoned, quality players well established in senior football when Harte brought his successful underage players through in 2003; Canavan, Dooher, Lawn etc were ready to help those players coming through.

Will Dublin be the same without, Cluxton, Rock and McCarthy in particular; who knows! We have to hope it is only a golden generation that will fade; ironicially the more Dublin win it increases the chances of people determined to taint their titles being successful; if they do win 10, by that stage the outroar it's all about unfair advantage may become the narrative but obviously no Dublin team wants to stop winning.

If they lost this years final the 5 in a row team in a very strange Irish way will be held in higher esteem in generations to come than if they go and win 10+ titles.

sam1884 (UK) - Posts: 856 - 06/12/2020 11:55:03    2319085

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I'd still say they'll be stopped sometime in the next 5 years,, but if they are it'll be by kerry,, no one outside of those two will win an all Ireland again under the current system imo.

Galway9801 (Galway) - Posts: 957 - 06/12/2020 13:00:46    2319123

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Replying To tearintom:  "Currently a well known bookmaker is offering odds of 12/1 on Dublin to win 10 in a row All Irelands ( a good bet imho looking at the current landscape)

Not only that the odds on Dublin winning 8 in a row are shorter than the odds on Kerry winning just this years final."
I would like to think that's correct because Kerry can't win this year's title.

CiarraiMick (Dublin) - Posts: 2791 - 06/12/2020 14:13:50    2319166

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Replying To sam1884:  "The main guys are still there though; yes they've added quality but your McCarthy's, Rock, Cluxton are still there so I'd say the backbone is around. Tyrone benefited from having very seasoned, quality players well established in senior football when Harte brought his successful underage players through in 2003; Canavan, Dooher, Lawn etc were ready to help those players coming through.

Will Dublin be the same without, Cluxton, Rock and McCarthy in particular; who knows! We have to hope it is only a golden generation that will fade; ironicially the more Dublin win it increases the chances of people determined to taint their titles being successful; if they do win 10, by that stage the outroar it's all about unfair advantage may become the narrative but obviously no Dublin team wants to stop winning.

If they lost this years final the 5 in a row team in a very strange Irish way will be held in higher esteem in generations to come than if they go and win 10+ titles."
Yep, because you could then call them a 1-off special group.

If they do 10 in a row, the off-field advantages will be harder to brush under the rug.

cavanman47 (Cavan) - Posts: 4566 - 06/12/2020 14:51:16    2319193

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Replying To cavanman47:  "Yep, because you could then call them a 1-off special group.

If they do 10 in a row, the off-field advantages will be harder to brush under the rug."
It's going to bother a lot of non-Dubs when they do start losing. I mean what will happen to the "off field advantages argument"? Thank God these off-field advantages haven't done anything for the hurlers or there would a complete melt down.

Joxer (Dublin) - Posts: 4443 - 06/12/2020 15:16:30    2319202

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Part of the problen is the rest of us including Galway are gone back a lot
We have a lot of talent coming through but getting them to the next level is the key

rhudson (Galway) - Posts: 1347 - 06/12/2020 15:25:22    2319208

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the hurlers are a mystery alright

suckvalleypaddy (Galway) - Posts: 1510 - 06/12/2020 15:30:46    2319212

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Replying To Joxer:  "It's going to bother a lot of non-Dubs when they do start losing. I mean what will happen to the "off field advantages argument"? Thank God these off-field advantages haven't done anything for the hurlers or there would a complete melt down."
Haven't done anything for the hurlers ???? Take off the blinkers Joxer.

Greengrass (Louth) - Posts: 5708 - 06/12/2020 15:31:09    2319213

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Replying To sam1884:  "The main guys are still there though; yes they've added quality but your McCarthy's, Rock, Cluxton are still there so I'd say the backbone is around. Tyrone benefited from having very seasoned, quality players well established in senior football when Harte brought his successful underage players through in 2003; Canavan, Dooher, Lawn etc were ready to help those players coming through.

Will Dublin be the same without, Cluxton, Rock and McCarthy in particular; who knows! We have to hope it is only a golden generation that will fade; ironicially the more Dublin win it increases the chances of people determined to taint their titles being successful; if they do win 10, by that stage the outroar it's all about unfair advantage may become the narrative but obviously no Dublin team wants to stop winning.

If they lost this years final the 5 in a row team in a very strange Irish way will be held in higher esteem in generations to come than if they go and win 10+ titles."
I thought the Brogans, Flynn, McCaffrey, Connolly, Cullen etc were the golden generation and back bone?

joeteor (Donegal) - Posts: 203 - 06/12/2020 15:52:08    2319217

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Replying To Joxer:  "It's going to bother a lot of non-Dubs when they do start losing. I mean what will happen to the "off field advantages argument"? Thank God these off-field advantages haven't done anything for the hurlers or there would a complete melt down."
Because hurling is a more skillful game, the AIG sponsored S&C program holds more weight in football

Anyway you exhibit to people time and again you're an individual impossible to take seriously...

wexico15 (Wexford) - Posts: 3958 - 06/12/2020 16:16:57    2319241

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If we have to look at this muck football in Croke Park for the next 4 years????...its the equivalent of the Covid lockdown...hard to stomach now to be honest...

Fairplayalways (Offaly) - Posts: 867 - 06/12/2020 22:28:23    2319548

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Replying To wexico15:  "Because hurling is a more skillful game, the AIG sponsored S&C program holds more weight in football

Anyway you exhibit to people time and again you're an individual impossible to take seriously..."
Ha, you post that garbage and say that I can't be taken seriously. At least the Dubs are good at one code.

Joxer (Dublin) - Posts: 4443 - 06/12/2020 23:28:38    2319568

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Replying To joeteor:  "I thought the Brogans, Flynn, McCaffrey, Connolly, Cullen etc were the golden generation and back bone?"
McCaffrey ??

superbluedub (Dublin) - Posts: 2792 - 06/12/2020 23:56:45    2319575

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