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Replying To hoppingball:  "Wouldnt agree there at all ,, you take one game at a time and you always start the best team available,,,,, thats the way its done and thats the way it should be done,,,,put your best team available out on the field......"
Awful comment. Girls brought into the panel just for the final and starting them in a game which would obvious be over by halftime?

JimmyShoeShine (Galway) - 15/11/2017 18:57:52    2062547

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Replying To Lollypop22:  "That's exactly what happened girls that played in semi final left on side line galway only had 17 girls turn up for game against meath and give credit where credit is due that bunch of girls got galway to the all ireland final on sunday but as usual county manager did not show respect to those girls it was all about certain girls coming back to play final and mayo were very poor and those girls weren't needed manger could have played the team that bet meath and than Brough on those girls that came back and county wounder why so many good players leave county set up"
Disgraceful decision but absolutely no surprise in the politics of Galway football, it is riddled with politics, it is happening at all levels & with a lot of underage teams where youth are treated like muck. Those in charge of player welfare should be ashamed of themselves as they turn a blind eye to such carry on. The girls left out in this case should learn from it & go & play a sport where they will be shown some respect. Bringing in players for one game, an All Ireland final is disgraceful. It must be sickening for those girls & their parents & families to watch this crap unfold.

moc.dna (Galway) - 16/11/2017 01:15:31    2062598

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Such a poor selection, as someone else pointed out, it was done to try to impress girls who walked away from senior panel last year. All while crushing girls who had gotten Galway through against Meath. Don't think it was a fair position to put the girls who came into the starting line up in either.

alanalan (UK) - 16/11/2017 07:43:27    2062605

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Replying To hoppingball:  "Total nonsence,,,play the best team available,, have managed several teams at all age groups,,,, always took one game at a time,,,just because players turn up for training dosent mean they should be on the starting fifteen......"
hopping Ball doubt if you ever won anything with that attitude Love to talk the players you were involved with and see what they think of your approach How many are still playing Did not realise that the Senior Manager was with the u21s. Explains everything

gerryboy (Galway) - 16/11/2017 13:19:00    2062658

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Replying To alanalan:  "Such a poor selection, as someone else pointed out, it was done to try to impress girls who walked away from senior panel last year. All while crushing girls who had gotten Galway through against Meath. Don't think it was a fair position to put the girls who came into the starting line up in either."
Dont see where to problem is if the best 15 were put out on the field....Galway won the Hurling , ,No problem,,, Galway won the ladies u21 there should be no problem either,,,,

hoppingball (Galway) - 16/11/2017 13:23:03    2062661

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well done to the u21s regardless of the standard the competion still had to be won and they did it in fine style. It was indeed harsh on the girls dropped for the final. Probably the only game the KC players were available for with thier connacht run going to a replay. Hopefully the manager builds his squad around this team as they have enjoyed a huge amount of success at underage.

dunphy1 (Galway) - 16/11/2017 15:46:03    2062704

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Replying To hoppingball:  "Dont see where to problem is if the best 15 were put out on the field....Galway won the Hurling , ,No problem,,, Galway won the ladies u21 there should be no problem either,,,,"
That comment says it all, you are obviously just trying to wind people up. Pretty sure none of the Galway hurlers turned up the week before the final. And don't say Jonathon Glynn. He had been training for a few months with the panel.

alanalan (UK) - 16/11/2017 17:12:46    2062728

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Replying To alanalan:  "That comment says it all, you are obviously just trying to wind people up. Pretty sure none of the Galway hurlers turned up the week before the final. And don't say Jonathon Glynn. He had been training for a few months with the panel."
He/she is trolling and should be banned by admins..

squares_edge (Galway) - 16/11/2017 20:44:17    2062761

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Here for the good of the game square edge,,,,give credit where credit is due......

hoppingball (Galway) - 19/11/2017 23:05:15    2063046

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