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11/02/2012 11:08:23
moomoo
County: Kerry
Posts: 4023

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TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 115

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Photo-shopping?! moomoo and theroad, catch yourselves on lads!
Take the blinkers off! Read Mickey Harte's article in the irish news today
and Martin Breheny's article in the irish independent for sensible opinions
on the 'brawl' and the media 'backlash'

As soon as Dromid had a video the boys from the North said it was fake yet when they bring out one picture it has to be real despite the fact the position of his arm seems anatomically impossible.
11/02/2012 11:17:12
moomoo
County: Kerry
Posts: 4023

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Strange too when someone from outside of Ulster watched the video of the game and said Derrytresk were more at falt they were told they were wrong by people from Ulster i wonder why that is?
11/02/2012 12:13:49
TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 2568

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I am not claiming that Derrytresk are not at fault! The media circus
spun the debacle into something ridiculous! Two teams were involved
in that melee, Dromid need to come out now and take responsibliity
for their part, they will be the laughing stock of the country otherwise,
always remembered as the biggest whingers in Kerry, and that would be
an achievement moomoo.
11/02/2012 17:53:40
moomoo
County: Kerry
Posts: 4023

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TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 120

1109434
I am not claiming that Derrytresk are not at fault! The media circus
spun the debacle into something ridiculous! Two teams were involved
in that melee, Dromid need to come out now and take responsibliity
for their part, they will be the laughing stock of the country otherwise,
always remembered as the biggest whingers in Kerry, and that would be
an achievement moomoo.

Derrytresk are the ones who went on Joe Duffy trying to say they did nothing wrong. Dromid went on to highlight what happened at no point have they said they were not at falt
11/02/2012 18:25:27
Ulsterman
County: Antrim
Posts: 6816

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Now Paul Kerrigan has his 2 game ban withdrawen against an Ulster side??? There is now a two tier Association with Northern Gaels suffering the brunt of Free State bias, bitterness and vindictiveness within the media and GAA; it would appear that there are those who want Ulster sides out of the GAA at all costs.
11/02/2012 18:44:37
omaghredhand
County: Tyrone
Posts: 3640

1109609
The mighty men form Loughguile strike back for Ulster, Cross next please!!
11/02/2012 18:53:46
TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 2568

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In all fairness ulsterman, the armagh lad was pulling and holding on.
Both as guilty as the other. 'Handbag' stuff.
See what I did there. lol
11/02/2012 19:07:53
bootsngloves
County: Monaghan
Posts: 2

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I've noticed a definite thread through the media and posts of "sure that's the northern teams for you...". You only have to listen to the opera of whinging and misery that is the Joe Duffy on Liveline to see the agenda being forced on southern listeners. (An example would be during the 125 year JD talking down the guy form the ulster council three times as he tried to talk about the outreach programme to the protestant/unionist community.) But I digress.
A quick look at the magical interweb will reveal many many videos of brawls in the gaa - both in football and in hurling, and from all four corners of the country - most of which are much more serious than that which was on display in portlaoise. Incidently a viewing of the violence at a Laois senor hurling championship will very quickly put this all into perspective.
At the monaghan Junior final i witnessed a 15+ man brawl which resulted in two dismissals one form each team (and I'm pretty sure that they were both the wrong men to get the line). the victors of that match played Derrytresk in the Ulster final. I would suggest that all this talk of this being a Tyrone, northern or Ulster problem is merely a measure of tyrone and ulster success given that the outcry only occurred due to the presence of national media at the match. I agree with several of the previous posters that fixed penalties need to be outlined and rigorously applied in all matches from a Junior D league match somewhere to Croke Park in September. Bans should be for individuals, and for a fixed time or minimum number of matches. Derrytresk were out of order, however so were Dromid. Any one player who threw a punch should be suspended.
11/02/2012 21:35:19
s goldrick
County: Cavan
Posts: 2800

1109695
people from northern ireland have a persecution complex. so let them rant away.
12/02/2012 08:26:04
omaghredhand
County: Tyrone
Posts: 3640

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goldrick
County: Cavan
Posts: 1202

1109695 people from northern ireland have a persecution complex. so let them rant away.

You'd wonder at that!!
12/02/2012 10:02:01
old yellar
County: All
Posts: 2205

1109747
yes, we re all out to get ye!
12/02/2012 10:41:01
Sparrowhawk
County: Tyrone
Posts: 107

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Hard luck on Kerry last night. It is not fair that you had to contend with an 'overly agressive Armagh side who would not let you play football and also being offered no protection from the ref. He was completely blinkered when he red-carded Tomas O'Se 'after Thomas's knees seemed to connect with an opponent's ribs'. Did he not realise that the ground conditions were very slippery last night. Thank god for the CCCC . They willl no doubt take into account how he was being belted all over the place and right this great injustice.

I was a bit concerned to hear that there was some trouble in the stands after the 'Thomas' sending off but I was greatly relieved to subsequently hear that it 'just looked like two fellas having a few words'.

I was suprised to see Declan being picked on again and given a yellow card.
12/02/2012 10:57:14
gotmilk
County: Fermanagh
Posts: 1832

1109763
moomoo i just read your first post and it says that he the dromid player hit the derrytresk player with a shoulder. While that is true he hit him with the shoulder after the ref had blown his whistle to stop the game and he hit him with the shoulder in the chest. Hardly very sporting is it?
12/02/2012 13:03:57
Superglue
County: Kerry
Posts: 819

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Sparrowhawk At least the Armagh lads had the good manners to stay in the stand. You lads don't seem to get that people coming out of the stand and fighting players isn't acceptable. As TheRoad pointed out earlier there is very little acceptance that this was wrong. How many pro derrytresk posters have actually admitted this? Very few. Plenty examples of non Ulster football fights have been given to try and make a point but these all have one thing in common it's between players on the field. What part of this cowardly pitch invasion don't you accept was wrong?
12/02/2012 13:19:35
derfil1
County: Kildare
Posts: 1578

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Superglue
County: Kerry
Posts: 372

1109799
Sparrowhawk At least the Armagh lads had the good manners to stay in the stand. You lads don't seem to get that people coming out of the stand and fighting players isn't acceptable. As TheRoad pointed out earlier there is very little acceptance that this was wrong. How many pro derrytresk posters have actually admitted this? Very few. Plenty examples of non Ulster football fights have been given to try and make a point but these all have one thing in common it's between players on the field. What part of this cowardly pitch invasion don't you accept was wrong?

Look mate. There guys are from Norn Iron. You may as well be banging your head of a brick wall.
12/02/2012 13:28:16
derfil1
County: Kildare
Posts: 1578

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off a brick wall...
12/02/2012 13:40:08
sam02
County: Tyrone
Posts: 643

1109822
My God......Sparrowhawk.... a typical example of Thronies begrudgery, great night for all Armagh folk in Tralee, at least we do travel, and don't eat sandwiches and drink tea out of the "BOOT", as we in Armagh describe you lot as the "BOOT CAFFEES" lol.
Great to see Declan O Sullivan on the field of play again, and as for our over aggressive team, .....a team of mostly U/21's and none of the gallant men from Crossmaglen present, wind your neck in, and go and watch the Treskies aggression in Croke Park against Clonbur.
12/02/2012 13:54:32
TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 2568

1109834
superglue
Sparrowhawk At least the Armagh lads had the good manners to stay in the stand. You lads don't seem to get that people coming out of the stand and fighting players isn't acceptable. As TheRoad pointed out earlier there is very little acceptance that this was wrong. How many pro derrytresk posters have actually admitted this? Very few. Plenty examples of non Ulster football fights have been given to try and make a point but these all have one thing in common it's between players on the field. What part of this cowardly pitch invasion don't you accept was wrong?



I accept that the pitch invasion was wrong lad. The fact that Dromid continue to deny
their part and take responsibility for their actions that day, as well as the media frenzy
they have fuelled irks us! Never before has such a minor incident gotten such publicity,
and it was a minor incident, these incidents happen all over the country. This does not
make it ok, but let's highlight all the cases of pitch invasions, instead of those which
involving Tyrone clubs. ! Violence in the GAA needs to be stamped out everywhere!
This thread has had a stench of hypocrisy about it from the first day.
12/02/2012 14:13:27
moomoo
County: Kerry
Posts: 4023

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TheGateKeeper
County: Tyrone
Posts: 129

1109834
superglue
Sparrowhawk At least the Armagh lads had the good manners to stay in the stand. You lads don't seem to get that people coming out of the stand and fighting players isn't acceptable. As TheRoad pointed out earlier there is very little acceptance that this was wrong. How many pro derrytresk posters have actually admitted this? Very few. Plenty examples of non Ulster football fights have been given to try and make a point but these all have one thing in common it's between players on the field. What part of this cowardly pitch invasion don't you accept was wrong?



I accept that the pitch invasion was wrong lad. The fact that Dromid continue to deny
their part and take responsibility for their actions that day
, as well as the media frenzy
they have fuelled irks us! Never before has such a minor incident gotten such publicity,
and it was a minor incident, these incidents happen all over the country. This does not
make it ok, but let's highlight all the cases of pitch invasions, instead of those which
involving Tyrone clubs. ! Violence in the GAA needs to be stamped out everywhere!
This thread has had a stench of hypocrisy about it from the first day.

Show where they deny it? Again Derrytresk players were the ones on Joe Duffy trying to say they did nothing
12/02/2012 14:24:07
Superglue
County: Kerry
Posts: 819

1109857
Never before has such a minor incident gotten such publicity,
and it was a minor incident

What's the point in arguing if this is one side's opinion of it?

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