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Replying To gaaman20:  "Did anyone hear word on Castleconnor getting rid of manager Declan O'Dea?"
If they did , it seems very harsh, changing management mid championship isn't going to solve anything

sligopublican (Sligo) - Posts: 16 - 07/08/2020 22:22:15    2286809

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What's the reasoning behind no club's allowed to stream their own games now?

NewSligofan (Sligo) - Posts: 219 - 08/08/2020 12:44:21    2286857

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What's people thought on the progressing covid situation ? I hear there's a GAA meeting next week regarding it, do people think this year should be scrapped for the safety of our communities ?

sligopublican (Sligo) - Posts: 16 - 09/08/2020 00:22:04    2286936

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Replying To sligopublican:  "What's people thought on the progressing covid situation ? I hear there's a GAA meeting next week regarding it, do people think this year should be scrapped for the safety of our communities ?"
If there's no evidence of cases coming from GAA activity then no reason to change in my view. So long as clubs follow the guidelines and rules put in place. The ticket thing is a pain in the backside from a supporters point of view as you can't travel to a good game your own club isn't involved in, although I've heard stories that it depends whose on the gate in some cases!

It's the only bit of normality out there at the moment so I hope it doesn't go again.

Great win for Drumcliffe last night which I didn't expect and really puts them in contention now to top the group possibly. No other surprises last night

Sligoman1234 (Sligo) - Posts: 52 - 09/08/2020 09:14:52    2286947

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Replying To Sligoman1234:  "If there's no evidence of cases coming from GAA activity then no reason to change in my view. So long as clubs follow the guidelines and rules put in place. The ticket thing is a pain in the backside from a supporters point of view as you can't travel to a good game your own club isn't involved in, although I've heard stories that it depends whose on the gate in some cases!

It's the only bit of normality out there at the moment so I hope it doesn't go again.

Great win for Drumcliffe last night which I didn't expect and really puts them in contention now to top the group possibly. No other surprises last night"
That's all well and good over here , but what about counties in Kildare Laois and Offaly ? For instance if a club in Sligo has a player living in them counties now , he can't return to his club , as far as I'm concerned if you have counties in lockdown you can't continue, it's too much of a risk,

And I don't want football to end , I love going to games, It's just being realistic, (like harps going down , bloodsub)

Absolutely brilliant game by Drumcliffe , and a powerhouse display by curry aswel, was extremely impressed by them,
Coolaney/mul seem to be in a bad rut

sligopublican (Sligo) - Posts: 16 - 09/08/2020 12:26:26    2286971

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Replying To sligopublican:  "That's all well and good over here , but what about counties in Kildare Laois and Offaly ? For instance if a club in Sligo has a player living in them counties now , he can't return to his club , as far as I'm concerned if you have counties in lockdown you can't continue, it's too much of a risk,

And I don't want football to end , I love going to games, It's just being realistic, (like harps going down , bloodsub)

Absolutely brilliant game by Drumcliffe , and a powerhouse display by curry aswel, was extremely impressed by them,
Coolaney/mul seem to be in a bad rut"
Sure if he can't return it's the same as if he had symptoms and was living here or was sick for some other reason. The whole lot shouldn't be held up because of one or two lads in an odd club here and there. Clubs have to be prepared to continue on without certain players in this climate

Sligoman1234 (Sligo) - Posts: 52 - 09/08/2020 14:57:05    2286990

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Replying To sligopublican:  "That's all well and good over here , but what about counties in Kildare Laois and Offaly ? For instance if a club in Sligo has a player living in them counties now , he can't return to his club , as far as I'm concerned if you have counties in lockdown you can't continue, it's too much of a risk,

And I don't want football to end , I love going to games, It's just being realistic, (like harps going down , bloodsub)

Absolutely brilliant game by Drumcliffe , and a powerhouse display by curry aswel, was extremely impressed by them,
Coolaney/mul seem to be in a bad rut"
Sure if he can't return it's the same as if he had symptoms and was living here or was sick for some other reason. The whole lot shouldn't be held up because of one or two lads in an odd club here and there. Clubs have to be prepared to continue on without certain players in this climate

Sligoman1234 (Sligo) - Posts: 52 - 09/08/2020 15:34:47    2286995

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Replying To Sligoman1234:  "Sure if he can't return it's the same as if he had symptoms and was living here or was sick for some other reason. The whole lot shouldn't be held up because of one or two lads in an odd club here and there. Clubs have to be prepared to continue on without certain players in this climate"
First time posting long time looking in, great win for shamrock gaels that group looks wide open. I was up at the park on Saturday evening a marys team that gave up very early. On this forum there's no respect ever given to Calry and how they have improved the last few years looking at the stream on Facebook their physicality was brilliant against the county champions I think themselves and drumcliffe are the two to watch.

nonbiasedsupporter (Sligo) - Posts: 1 - 10/08/2020 11:22:31    2287090

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Replying To nonbiasedsupporter:  "First time posting long time looking in, great win for shamrock gaels that group looks wide open. I was up at the park on Saturday evening a marys team that gave up very early. On this forum there's no respect ever given to Calry and how they have improved the last few years looking at the stream on Facebook their physicality was brilliant against the county champions I think themselves and drumcliffe are the two to watch."
You are very welcome as a newbie, However you need to have your facts right or you won't be taken seriously. Maybe you were nervous as it's your first time but Shamrock Gaels lost.... Not true that Calry don't get respect. You have to earn respect and hopping up and down over the years from intermediate and Junior doesn't stand up. I have actually tipped them to be runners up to Tourlestrane. Group 1 wide open . Tubber are in driving seat to top the group with Drumcliffe to finish second. However if drop points in the last game and depending on other results Tubber may finish third and Drumcliffe in Relegation so a lot of football to be played yet. The losers of Harps v shamrock Gaels will definitely be in relegation with the last game a dead rubber for them. Good to see Curry put their off field problems to one side and beat Ballymote, while Mc Garty and Harrison should put their talents to help a poor John's team than ridicule others.

eoinog (Sligo) - Posts: 731 - 10/08/2020 12:04:57    2287099

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Replying To eoinog:  "You are very welcome as a newbie, However you need to have your facts right or you won't be taken seriously. Maybe you were nervous as it's your first time but Shamrock Gaels lost.... Not true that Calry don't get respect. You have to earn respect and hopping up and down over the years from intermediate and Junior doesn't stand up. I have actually tipped them to be runners up to Tourlestrane. Group 1 wide open . Tubber are in driving seat to top the group with Drumcliffe to finish second. However if drop points in the last game and depending on other results Tubber may finish third and Drumcliffe in Relegation so a lot of football to be played yet. The losers of Harps v shamrock Gaels will definitely be in relegation with the last game a dead rubber for them. Good to see Curry put their off field problems to one side and beat Ballymote, while Mc Garty and Harrison should put their talents to help a poor John's team than ridicule others."
I meant hopping between senior and intermediate

eoinog (Sligo) - Posts: 731 - 10/08/2020 13:10:40    2287112

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I agree Eoinog on your point about McGarty and Harrison. Very poor form on their part. However there was no way the controversy was going to upset Curry. They are a racking up big scorelines. At the minute it looks like Curry, Molaise and Farnans for the intermediate.

Some win for drumcliffe. They are a great example of a team building slowly and giving management time. Obviously their recruitment has helped to get to another level. They are so we'll organised.

Mary's were very poor however. Surprising to see a Rooney team lacking such heart.

NewSligofan (Sligo) - Posts: 219 - 10/08/2020 13:30:37    2287116

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