Discussion in 'General GAA Discussion' started by PatMustard, Aug 5, 2019.
Well, who’s your money on?
the Dubs can't see them being beat
Who voted for Tyrone?
I bet it was @Ard Mhacha 13
NEVER, NEVER, NEVER
Dublin hammering Mayo really puts it into perspective how far off the teams ranked from 2-6 really are, nevermind anyone beyond 6.
Men against boys 2nd half,what does Aiden O'Shea offer Mayo going forward absolutely nothing, K'O'Connor continues year after year letting Mayo down with his poor free taken its time he wasn't there anymore
A bit easy to say
Mayo have been.playing weekly for nearly two months
Dublin put out a second string last weekend when Mayo were battling Donegal
For 35mins Mayo were very much on top
I do not believe all is well within that camp with Connolly being a decisive figure. Another three weeks and the.entire southern media will.have Connolly starting.
result Kerry 1-18 Cathal McShane 0-18
Nonsense Connelly has no chance of starting.
David Gough shouldn't be refereeing the All Ireland Final should be a referee from ulster or connaught in my opinion
Wouldn’t matter if it was a Kerry referee. Dublin will be winning it.
Yip Dublin will go to town on them
Jack O’Connor is the new Kildare manager for 2020
No hes not
He has been put forward for their next county board meeting in September where their county committee vote on it. Until that is concluded in his favour he is not their manager.
Still though, 25% of the forum got the prediction wrong in the poll so they did!!
@JoeH Oh well
Kildare have confirmed Jack O'Connor as their new senior team football manager.
As revealed in last Tuesday's Irish Independent, the All-Ireland-winning manager is set for a dramatic return to inter-county football. O'Connor's name will go before the next meeting of the county board for ratification as Cian O'Neill's successor, with the ex-Kerry manager getting a three-year term.
Now more importantly - from kildare gaa itself
Kildare GAA are pleased to nominate Jack O’Connor for the position of Kildare Senior Football Manager for a three year term. The proposal will go before the September County Board meeting for ratification.
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