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Replying To avonali:  "And when it's Meath in Croke Park a try is a goal."
Touché!

lilylanger (Kildare) - Posts: 757 - 19/07/2021 14:18:29    2361716

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Replying To avonali:  "And when it's Meath in Croke Park a try is a goal."
And what a try it was! :)

Meath10 (Meath) - Posts: 150 - 19/07/2021 14:48:11    2361726

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Replying To avonali:  "There's no doubt but you're a gas bloody man Kingdom. Tell me, do you keep a straight face when you are typing this stuff up???? It isn't farming you should be at at all: did you ever consider doing a bit of creative writing??? You'd be bloody good at it. You certainly have the imagination!"
Avon, you know what I'm saying is true and I will be proved right in the next 6 weeks when dublin win number 7 and what will ye say then? Going by what I see here day in day out it'll be the fault of the country teams for not having the same money home advantage or home town reffs as ye.

Realdub, we might not even make it to the allireland final not to mind romp home.

Rhudson, dublin Joe can be just as lethal as a linesman believe me.

KingdomBoy1 (Kerry) - Posts: 14092 - 19/07/2021 15:31:38    2361753

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Replying To Meath10:  "And what a try it was! :)"
A try?, It has to be touched down for a try, maybe it should have been a knock-on?

bdbuddah (Meath) - Posts: 1060 - 19/07/2021 15:49:04    2361763

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Replying To KingdomBoy1:  "Avon, you know what I'm saying is true and I will be proved right in the next 6 weeks when dublin win number 7 and what will ye say then? Going by what I see here day in day out it'll be the fault of the country teams for not having the same money home advantage or home town reffs as ye.

Realdub, we might not even make it to the allireland final not to mind romp home.

Rhudson, dublin Joe can be just as lethal as a linesman believe me."
Do you want to bet?? I said before I'd leave 100eu in any pub from Blennervile (Quanes) to Camp (Ashes) if Dublin win. C'mon, what d'ye say?

avonali (Dublin) - Posts: 1832 - 19/07/2021 16:00:56    2361771

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Replying To KingdomBoy1:  "Avon, you know what I'm saying is true and I will be proved right in the next 6 weeks when dublin win number 7 and what will ye say then? Going by what I see here day in day out it'll be the fault of the country teams for not having the same money home advantage or home town reffs as ye.

Realdub, we might not even make it to the allireland final not to mind romp home.

Rhudson, dublin Joe can be just as lethal as a linesman believe me."
Will ya stop, your only trying to keep a wayinin Dublin team on a pedestal so you can gloat from a great hight . If you were a book I'd put you down after a few pages, your fooling no one boy.

Monkeycatcher (Meath) - Posts: 155 - 19/07/2021 16:13:49    2361781

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Replying To avonali:  "Do you want to bet?? I said before I'd leave 100eu in any pub from Blennervile (Quanes) to Camp (Ashes) if Dublin win. C'mon, what d'ye say?"
Íl have a bet with you Avon but not money as it makes it more awkward, how about if Kerry win then il leave the main forum I'd be gone for good , but if dublin win which they will then you and jimbo and multiple username leave the main forum.

Get back to me on it.

KingdomBoy1 (Kerry) - Posts: 14092 - 19/07/2021 16:23:11    2361790

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Replying To avonali:  "Do you want to bet?? I said before I'd leave 100eu in any pub from Blennervile (Quanes) to Camp (Ashes) if Dublin win. C'mon, what d'ye say?"
Now you know this is never going to happen ;)

I mean you could put Dublin Joe, Dublin David G and Dublin David C in charge and these Kerry boys would still complain about not getting a fair shake.

It must be tiring carrying such a huge boulder around on his shoulder, i'd say the lad is like Quasimodo getting into bed...

Imagine the effort it takes to drag every thread down to the same thing over and over again, and it doesn't even involve the team you follow in anyways shape or form

brian (Meath) - Posts: 1807 - 19/07/2021 16:26:57    2361795

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Replying To brian:  "Now you know this is never going to happen ;)

I mean you could put Dublin Joe, Dublin David G and Dublin David C in charge and these Kerry boys would still complain about not getting a fair shake.

It must be tiring carrying such a huge boulder around on his shoulder, i'd say the lad is like Quasimodo getting into bed...

Imagine the effort it takes to drag every thread down to the same thing over and over again, and it doesn't even involve the team you follow in anyways shape or form"
You don't follow Dublin (in fact they're your counties arch rivals, or at least they used to be when ye didn't consider a 6 point defeat a moral victory),, but you're always getting involved in these debates too???

Galway9801 (Galway) - Posts: 1263 - 19/07/2021 16:50:49    2361808

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Replying To KingdomBoy1:  "Íl have a bet with you Avon but not money as it makes it more awkward, how about if Kerry win then il leave the main forum I'd be gone for good , but if dublin win which they will then you and jimbo and multiple username leave the main forum.

Get back to me on it."
I'll take that bet!

realdub (Dublin) - Posts: 8372 - 19/07/2021 17:03:49    2361820

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Replying To Galway9801:  "You don't follow Dublin (in fact they're your counties arch rivals, or at least they used to be when ye didn't consider a 6 point defeat a moral victory),, but you're always getting involved in these debates too???"
Is that you there multiple username Kingdom Boy, are you and this account involved in this bet about leaving the forum for good.....

As i said the topic of the discussion is Meath v Dublin, which I'm trying to discuss but as usual multiple poster KB has to drag it somewhere else

If you knew or read any of my posts you'd know I'm sick to my stomach about yesterdays defeat, we don't do moral victories in Meath, you win or lose. It's quite simple. You won't find any Meath person taking a moral victory out of yesterday, its not been and never will be our style. That doesn't mean we can't congratulate our neighbours and fiecest rivals on their victory. Better team on the day and good luck to them, we have a more mature outlook on things here and wish them well.

The only people speaking about moral victories and peddling that line are the likes of you and your multiple accounts.

brian (Meath) - Posts: 1807 - 19/07/2021 17:09:38    2361824

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Replying To brian:  "Is that you there multiple username Kingdom Boy, are you and this account involved in this bet about leaving the forum for good.....

As i said the topic of the discussion is Meath v Dublin, which I'm trying to discuss but as usual multiple poster KB has to drag it somewhere else

If you knew or read any of my posts you'd know I'm sick to my stomach about yesterdays defeat, we don't do moral victories in Meath, you win or lose. It's quite simple. You won't find any Meath person taking a moral victory out of yesterday, its not been and never will be our style. That doesn't mean we can't congratulate our neighbours and fiecest rivals on their victory. Better team on the day and good luck to them, we have a more mature outlook on things here and wish them well.

The only people speaking about moral victories and peddling that line are the likes of you and your multiple accounts."
Just the one account, and as I said before anyone who is that emotionally invested in an anonymous GAA forum to have set up 2 or more accounts, well that's beyond tragic,so so sad,, frankly I sometimes chide myself just for setting up the one I have.

My point was that you can't call out kb for consistently getting involved in threads that don't involve his own county when you do the exact same.

Galway9801 (Galway) - Posts: 1263 - 19/07/2021 17:46:19    2361838

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Replying To avonali:  "Do you want to bet?? I said before I'd leave 100eu in any pub from Blennervile (Quanes) to Camp (Ashes) if Dublin win. C'mon, what d'ye say?"
Sure that's not a bet, when you have absolutely zero risk of losing, bloody hell, I've heard it all now. :-)

AfricanGael (UK) - Posts: 1947 - 19/07/2021 17:59:48    2361843

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Replying To Galway9801:  "Just the one account, and as I said before anyone who is that emotionally invested in an anonymous GAA forum to have set up 2 or more accounts, well that's beyond tragic,so so sad,, frankly I sometimes chide myself just for setting up the one I have.

My point was that you can't call out kb for consistently getting involved in threads that don't involve his own county when you do the exact same."
Your point is badly made. I don't interact with the poster at all, i make reference to his continued dragging of every single thread off topic. Discuss the point of the topic at hand, i.e. Meath v Dublin and stop dragging everything down to said posters issues with Dublin. Maybe it would be good if he and his multiple accounts went off into some echo chamber and discussed amongst his multiple personalities the issues he has.

The topic is Meath v Dublin, discuss the game, the events there in and take it from there.

Who's post included the below....
Avon, you know what I'm saying is true and I will be proved right in the next 6 weeks when dublin win number 7 and what will ye say then? Going by what I see here day in day out it'll be the fault of the country teams for not having the same money home advantage or home town reffs as ye.


The same topics of funding, home venue and referee's rinse repeat and discuss ad naseum in every single thread.

It seems the person most offended by yesterday's result was self same poster. But yet as usual its the same mudslinging stuff over and over. When people try talking about the game they can't get a proper word in edge ways.

brian (Meath) - Posts: 1807 - 19/07/2021 18:34:56    2361864

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Replying To brian:  "Is that you there multiple username Kingdom Boy, are you and this account involved in this bet about leaving the forum for good.....

As i said the topic of the discussion is Meath v Dublin, which I'm trying to discuss but as usual multiple poster KB has to drag it somewhere else

If you knew or read any of my posts you'd know I'm sick to my stomach about yesterdays defeat, we don't do moral victories in Meath, you win or lose. It's quite simple. You won't find any Meath person taking a moral victory out of yesterday, its not been and never will be our style. That doesn't mean we can't congratulate our neighbours and fiecest rivals on their victory. Better team on the day and good luck to them, we have a more mature outlook on things here and wish them well.

The only people speaking about moral victories and peddling that line are the likes of you and your multiple accounts."
Brian. Do you see positives for Meath football after their performance yesterday?

MicktheMiller (Offaly) - Posts: 421 - 19/07/2021 18:57:01    2361876

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Replying To brian:  "Your point is badly made. I don't interact with the poster at all, i make reference to his continued dragging of every single thread off topic. Discuss the point of the topic at hand, i.e. Meath v Dublin and stop dragging everything down to said posters issues with Dublin. Maybe it would be good if he and his multiple accounts went off into some echo chamber and discussed amongst his multiple personalities the issues he has.

The topic is Meath v Dublin, discuss the game, the events there in and take it from there.

Who's post included the below....
Avon, you know what I'm saying is true and I will be proved right in the next 6 weeks when dublin win number 7 and what will ye say then? Going by what I see here day in day out it'll be the fault of the country teams for not having the same money home advantage or home town reffs as ye.


The same topics of funding, home venue and referee's rinse repeat and discuss ad naseum in every single thread.

It seems the person most offended by yesterday's result was self same poster. But yet as usual its the same mudslinging stuff over and over. When people try talking about the game they can't get a proper word in edge ways."
I'm fairly sure that some of the threads that you became so passionately involved in were to do directly with the issue of Dublins alleged extra funding. Hardly going off topic then is it?

I don't know why it's even been debated here anymore,, you guys are never gonna agree with one another.

Galway9801 (Galway) - Posts: 1263 - 19/07/2021 19:40:45    2361894

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Replying To MicktheMiller:  "Brian. Do you see positives for Meath football after their performance yesterday?"
It's positive that we played better than expected, it's also positive that maybe this Dublin teams cycle is past its peak (this is not certain but is a possibility) maybe in the future the Leinster championship can be competitive again (if this happens might be easier to get more players to commit in future). But with no back door there is no way to build on a better performance than expected. It's a long time until our next competitive game.

bdbuddah (Meath) - Posts: 1060 - 19/07/2021 19:41:50    2361895

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Good first half performance from Du6lin, beautiful scores and capped off with yet another Con thunder bolt. (Hardly a mention of it) He's simply deadly given a sniff. What a finish off his left.. love it.

Du6lins performance in the 2nd half.. poor.

Tempo dropped and some poor decision making followed and absentee defenders became evident.

Meath to their credit bossed proceedings there for a sizeable chunk of 2nd half, Meath have proven they are capable of playing well against good teams. They were due a good performance against Du6lin. It was a close run thing there and it was worrisome.. got an old sick feeling of watching a Meath comeback ; )

I'm surprised by some of the commentary from my fellow Dubs. I've not seen a lot of comments regarding the blooding of new players but also the fact that Du6lin are currently missing a number of 2020 All Stars from their defense which I believe will be available in the not so distant future.

This will significantly bolster things and bring with it quite a bit of class and from that different options. I thought the new lads will take a lot from that win.

No doubt Dublin do not have the sort of bench they once had but there's still an awful lot of quality there.

Just a mention on the Du6s outstanding big game management at the end of the game. They make it look so easy to control things and do what's needed when it matters most. Some loveky late scores and good to see what it still means. Making it look easy is the hardest thing to do.

Up the Dubs #7

jimbodub (Dublin) - Posts: 20366 - 19/07/2021 19:53:36    2361902

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Replying To avonali:  "And when it's Meath in Croke Park a try is a goal."
It is not long ago since at least 7 of your team rugby tackled Mayo players in the AI final with no foul committed! - a great skill to have. How much training went into that. Your teams get more expenses to run your fleet of buses than the Leitrim receives to prepare their county team.

browncows (Meath) - Posts: 2295 - 19/07/2021 20:34:05    2361911

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Replying To browncows:  "It is not long ago since at least 7 of your team rugby tackled Mayo players in the AI final with no foul committed! - a great skill to have. How much training went into that. Your teams get more expenses to run your fleet of buses than the Leitrim receives to prepare their county team."
lol

Ah now Meath man

Don't be worrying too much about Mayo

Throwing wild digs at Mayo players in a huge melee comes to mind wha... so stop the nonsense

jimbodub (Dublin) - Posts: 20366 - 19/07/2021 20:39:30    2361913

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