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Post  mullins on Tue May 18, 2010 7:31 pm

Dublin Senior football manager Pat Gilroy will not name his Championship panel until later this week.

Gilroy was due to release his squad by email later today, but has opted to delay the announcement due to a number of injuries.


Dublin travel to Mayo for a challenge match on friday hopefully with his championship panel announced..


Paddy andrews was reinstated to the championship panel after being axed last week under suspicious circumstances..

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Post  mugsys_barber on Tue May 18, 2010 7:39 pm

Why did Andrews get the chop in the first place Mullins?

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Post  mullins on Tue May 18, 2010 11:26 pm

mugsys_barber wrote:Why did Andrews get the chop in the first place Mullins?

Only God knows mugsby havent a clue

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Wed May 19, 2010 12:11 am

When the bottom falls out of your world, take Andrews - and let the world fall out of your bottom!!!

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Post  mullins on Wed May 19, 2010 9:05 am

Rumours that some big names going to be axed over the next 48 hours.. possible players axed Cullen Mcgee-And Brogan fighting for his place...

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Post  Shinners on Wed May 19, 2010 10:36 am

Cullen and Magee aren't really that much of a surprise as they haven't featured much this year, but I'd be amazed if Alan Brogan didn't make the panel.
Hopefully Giller can take off his blue and white tinted glasses and get rid of Brennan - last year showed he is more of a liability than an asset.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Wed May 19, 2010 9:32 pm

mullins wrote:Rumours that some big names going to be axed over the next 48 hours.. possible players axed Cullen Mcgee-And Brogan fighting for his place...

I presume this is Alan - not Bernard... or Paul. I have always reckoned that Alan woulld be a much better player with a little more coaching. He needs someone to drum it into him to play with his head up. He has loads of ability, pace and can take a score. Where he falls down is his awareness of whats going on around him. But this can be addressed. Maybe we could implant Jayo's brain in Alan's head!!

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Post  mullins on Wed May 19, 2010 10:41 pm

Jayo Cluxton wrote:
mullins wrote:Rumours that some big names going to be axed over the next 48 hours.. possible players axed Cullen Mcgee-And Brogan fighting for his place...

I presume this is Alan - not Bernard... or Paul. I have always reckoned that Alan woulld be a much better player with a little more coaching. He needs someone to drum it into him to play with his head up. He has loads of ability, pace and can take a score. Where he falls down is his awareness of whats going on around him. But this can be addressed. Maybe we could implant Jayo's brain in Alan's head!!

Jc you would think Alan gets enough coaching off his Daddy..As for Jayos brain your born with that you can't clone it yet....Football is all about reading..

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Post  RMDrive on Wed May 19, 2010 10:56 pm

mullins wrote:
Jayo Cluxton wrote:
mullins wrote:Rumours that some big names going to be axed over the next 48 hours.. possible players axed Cullen Mcgee-And Brogan fighting for his place...

I presume this is Alan - not Bernard... or Paul. I have always reckoned that Alan woulld be a much better player with a little more coaching. He needs someone to drum it into him to play with his head up. He has loads of ability, pace and can take a score. Where he falls down is his awareness of whats going on around him. But this can be addressed. Maybe we could implant Jayo's brain in Alan's head!!

Jc you would think Alan gets enough coaching off his Daddy..As for Jayos brain your born with that you can't clone it yet....Football is all about reading..

Would you mind sending a copy of that book up to Donegal please Mullins. We seem to have lost our copy.

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Post  mullins on Wed May 19, 2010 11:02 pm

RMDrive wrote:
mullins wrote:
Jayo Cluxton wrote:
mullins wrote:Rumours that some big names going to be axed over the next 48 hours.. possible players axed Cullen Mcgee-And Brogan fighting for his place...

I presume this is Alan - not Bernard... or Paul. I have always reckoned that Alan woulld be a much better player with a little more coaching. He needs someone to drum it into him to play with his head up. He has loads of ability, pace and can take a score. Where he falls down is his awareness of whats going on around him. But this can be addressed. Maybe we could implant Jayo's brain in Alan's head!!

Jc you would think Alan gets enough coaching off his Daddy..As for Jayos brain your born with that you can't clone it yet....Football is all about reading..

Would you mind sending a copy of that book up to Donegal please Mullins. We seem to have lost our copy.

Its called back to basics...Maybe sitting the squad down to watch the 92 final might help till i get a fax machine..

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Post  AdamG on Fri May 21, 2010 10:46 pm

I was at the Mayo Dublin challenge this evening. Both teams had a lot of players playing that will feature during the championship so it was a good experience for both teams.I was fairly impressed with wing forward Niall Corkery..thought he played very well!

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Post  GAA-Fan on Fri May 21, 2010 10:58 pm

AdamG wrote:I was at the Mayo Dublin challenge this evening. Both teams had a lot of players playing that will feature during the championship so it was a good experience for both teams.I was fairly impressed with wing forward Niall Corkery..thought he played very well!

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Post  mullins on Sat May 22, 2010 12:13 am

Mayo 1-19 Dublin 14

A lot of work do be done in the next 3 weeks-Midfield was poor as were the forwards corkery done very well the best of that lot quinn looked sharp for the few mins he was on Connolly got a couple of scores to...O carroll looks very steady at 3 Henry started in the half forward started the second half wing back played well..Philly done well when he came on..Kev mc spent the last 15 mins picking up ball on his own 14 yard line do far away from the forwards

Mayo loked very sharp they played very well and its going to take a good team to beat them in Connacht..Howley Higgins Cuniffe Andy Moran B Moran Seamus o Shea all player really well for the Green and Red..Big crowd somone said 4,000 the Dubs really bring the natives out to support there team..


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Post  Guest on Sat May 22, 2010 9:07 am

mullins wrote:Just back from this match Mayo 1-19 Dublin 14

A lot of work do be done in the next 3 weeks-Midfield was poor as were the forwards corkery done very well the best of that lot quinn looked sharp for the few mins he was on Connolly got a couple of scores to...O carroll looks very steady at 3 Henry started in the half forward started the second half wing back played well..Philly done well when he came on..Kev mc spent the last 15 mins picking up ball on his own 14 yard line do far away from the forwards

Mayo loked very sharp they played very well and its going to take a good team to beat them in Connacht..Howley Higgins Cuniffe Andy Moran B Moran Seamus o Shea all player really well for the Green and Red..Big crowd somone said 4,000 the Dubs really bring the natives out to support there team..

Ara Mullins why didn't ya say you were going-I was there too! Very Happy

It was a good win for Mayo, but the most important thing we'll take from this challenge is the experience O'Mahony gave some of the younger Mayo players. I thought Freeman was superb, especially in the opening quarter. Mortimer's accuracy with points was heartening too, as was the reappearance of Billy Joe. He played well, but was substituted later on by Ronaldson. Dublin missed a good few early chances, whilst Mayo took their chances. Andy Moran played brilliantly. I noticed that Dublin had nearly a full team out, about 11 or 12 of their first team.

I have to say, the crowd that was there was fantastic! Normally for Hollymount matches, there'd be decent crowds, but it was a change from the ordinary having several thousand there. I even saw John Maughan in the crowds! It was a great day out-and walking back after the game, who passed me in a bus-the Dublin squad!

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Post  Boxtyeater on Sat May 22, 2010 7:32 pm

Mayo i'd bate no one.....Goes to show where Dublin are at.. .....Chasers at best......

Leitrim for Connaught, Dubs for the "chape" breaks..

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Post  mullins on Sat May 22, 2010 8:10 pm

Boxtyeater wrote:Mayo i'd bate no one.....Goes to show where Dublin are at.. .....Chasers at best......

Leitrim for Connaught, Dubs for the "chape" breaks..

Boxty this thread is Dublin Gaa news what have leitrim got to do with it..

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Post  mullins on Sat May 22, 2010 8:11 pm

Minor footballers draw in dramatic quarter-final

DUBLIN 1-13 KILDARE 0-16
(After extra-time)

Three Harry Dawson points in extra-time saw the Dubs earn a deserved replay in this pulsating Leinster MFC quarter-final at Newbridge on Saturday afternoon.
His heroics were not confined to extra-time as he played a key role in the final minutes of normal time when Dublin looked doomed.
Dublin forced extra-time after trailing by five points as the game ticked into the final minute of normal time, 0-13 to 0-8, when Dawson finished to the net in the 60th minute following great interplay in the forward line.
Two minutes into injury time Ferghal Duffy converted a free and in the fourth minute of added time Seán Stewart stroke over an excellent equalising point from 35 metres.
In extra-time Kildare started much the better and points from Fergal Conway, Fionn Dowling and Pádraig Fogarty put them into a 0-16 to 1-10 lead by the sixth minute of the first period of extra-time (ten minutes a half).
But Dublin showed terrific courage to mount the second comeback with Dawson illustrating great long-range accuracy to keep the Dubs in the Championship.
In normal time Dublin started well but failed to translate good scoring opportunities into scores and with wind advantage should have led by more than 0-6 to 0-4 at half-time.
Seventeen minutes into the second half the game looked to be turned against the Dubs when Stewart cracked a shot off the crossbar from close range and Kildare broke forward and would have goaled themselves but for a superb save from keeper Colin Murphy.
But Kildare did score the next four points of the game as they upped their game and capitalised on a series of unforced errors by Dublin.
However, the Dubs refused to buckle and threw caution to the wind in the final minutes of normal time to earn extra-time.

SCORERS - Dublin: H Dawson 1-7, F Duffy 0-3 (0-1f), A Caffrey 0-2 (0-1f), S Stewart 0-1. Kildare: P Fogarty 0-4, L McGovern (0-3f), F Dowling 0-3 each, P Cocoman 0-2, P Cribben, F Conway, N Kelly 0-1 each.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sat May 22, 2010 10:42 pm

Adam Caffrey in there ... son of Pillar!

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Post  mullins on Mon May 24, 2010 11:13 am

DUBLIN 5-13 WESTMEATH 1-19
Dublin under-21 All-Ireland winner Dean Rock was top-scorer as the senior footballers defeated Westmeath in a challenge at DCU on Saturday.
Three first half goals gave the Dubs a 3-6 to 0-8 interval lead as they capitalised on some poor Westmeath defending.
Paddy Andrews impressed at full-forward, scoring 1-4 while Alan Brogan scored an early goal before being subbed.
SCORERS – Dublin: D Rock 1-5 (0-3f), P Andrews 1-4, A Brogan, B McManamon 1-1,. D Watson 1-0, D Kelly, L Og O hEineachain 0-1 each. Westmeath: D Glennon 0-7 (0-6f), C Lynam 1-2, D Dolan 0-4, I Coffey 0-2 (0-1f, 0-1 45), F Boyle, P Gilsenan, G Egan, M Ennis 0-1 each.
DUBLIN - D Nestor; D Murray, K Nolan, J Brogan; P Brogan, B Sexton, S Cloherty; C Murphy, D Magee; B Cullen, D Rock, K Bonner; A Brogan, P Andrews, D Kelly. Subs used: B McManamon, L Óg Ó hEineacháin, D Watson, D Daly, S Murray.
WESTMEATH – D Quinn; F Boyle, D O’Donoghue, J Gaffey; D McDermott, T Warburton, M Dalton; D Duffy, P Bannon; J Durkan, P Sharry, J Smyth; D Glennon, C Lynam, D Dolan. Subs used: P Gilsenan, D Healy, S Gallagher, D Harte, G Egan, K Martin, M Ennis, K Maguire, R Doyle, L Smyth, I Coffey, G Glennon.
REF - D Coldrick (Meath).

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Post  mullins on Sat May 29, 2010 10:25 pm

DUBLIN 1-13 KILDARE 2-10
(After extra-time)

Another thriller, extra-time again and after over three hours of football these couties can still not be separated after serving up an excellent contest in this ESB Leinster MFC quarter-final at Parnell Park on Saturday afternoon.
The counties will meet for at least a fourth time this spring/summer - Kildare winning the first round clash before the Dubs emerged as their opponents for this last-eight contest - post-Leaving Cert (possibly on Wednesday, June 30, venue tbc) before the Longford will their semi-final opponents.
For a lot of normal time Dublin were playing catch-up after the concession of a tenth minute goal when the Lilywhites capitalised clincially on a misplaced Dublin sideline before Pádraig Fogarty kept his nerve impressively to fire to the net.
By half-time in normal time that goal separated the sides, 1-4 to 0-4, but the Dubs kicked the first three points on the restart with Fearghal Duffy (free) and super-sub Philly Ryan slotting two from play to bring the sides level within 15 minutes of the restart.
However, with Kildare totally on top at midfield the responded with two Liam McGovern scores (including one free) to regain the lead but they could not shake off a very determined Dublin who refusing to lie down and a 60th minute point from Seán Stewart and superb Adam Caffrey point off his left foot in the fourth minute of injury-time forced the game into extra-time for the second weekend running.
Dublin started extra-time the stronger with points from Jack McCaffrey and Fearghal Duffy, following a lay-off from Ryan, but Kildare responded through McGovern and Cocoman as the sides entered the half-time interval in extra-time still deadlocked, Dublin 0-12 Kildare 1-9.
Within the opening minute of the second half Dublin struck for what could have been the decisive score when Ryan fielded a great ball from Colm Woods before sliding it to the net.
But three minutes later the Lilywhites were awarded a controversial penalty for a footblock when it looked to have been ball off thigh and Kevin Feely coolly converted the spotkick.
A Ryan free put Dublin back in front entering the final minute of extra-time but in the second minute of injury-time Feely ensured there would be another day out.

SCORERS - Dublin: P Ryan 1-4 (0-1f), C Diamond 0-3 (0-2f), S Stewart, P Duffy (0-1f) 0-2 each, A Caffrey, J McCaffrey 0-1 each. Kildare: P Fogarty 1-2, K Feely 1-1 (1-0 pen), L McGovern 0-3 (0-1f), F Dowling, P Cribbin, K Hurley, P Cocoman 0-1 each.


A great result today unlucky not to win it -pillars son saved the day in the first seventy...Hopefully the replay will be late june and we should have our star forward back to help us to see off a strong Kildare challenge ....This team like our U21 have a no surrender attitude which bodes well for Dublins future..

WELL DONE TO ALL INVOLVED

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Post  Boxtyeater on Sun May 30, 2010 12:16 am

mullins wrote:
Boxtyeater wrote:Mayo i'd bate no one.....Goes to show where Dublin are at.. .....Chasers at best......

Leitrim for Connaught, Dubs for the "chape" breaks..

Boxty this thread is Dublin Gaa news what have leitrim got to do with it..

Wind your neck in here lad....the thread is "Dublin GT news"...so what???
Is it to be exclusive to "De Duds".?**

**Boxty correcting some issues here.......

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Post  JimWexford on Sun May 30, 2010 1:05 am

Boxtyeater wrote:
mullins wrote:
Boxtyeater wrote:Mayo i'd bate no one.....Goes to show where Dublin are at.. .....Chasers at best......

Leitrim for Connaught, Dubs for the "chape" breaks..

Boxty this thread is Dublin Gaa news what have leitrim got to do with it..

Wind your neck in here lad....the thread is "Dublin GT news"...so what???
Is it to be exclusive to "De Duds".?**

**Boxty correcting some issues here.......

Or even inclusive sur' they are all in the pubs come the throw in

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Post  mullins on Sun May 30, 2010 11:21 pm

[quote="Boxtyeater"]
mullins wrote:
Boxtyeater wrote:Mayo i'd bate no one.....Goes to show where Dublin are at.. .....Chasers at best......

Leitrim for Connaught, Dubs for the "chape" breaks..

Boxty this thread is Dublin Gaa news what have leitrim got to do with it..

Wind your neck in here lad....the thread is "Dublin GT news"...so what???
Is it to be exclusive to "The Dubs..........and guests..feel free to leave + Dublin comments...Negative ones will be deleted..

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Post  OMAR on Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:24 pm

What is the purpose of this thread
If the objective is merely to quote articles published elsewhere in the media
should this not be on the newsfeeder with due credit given to the author.

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Post  mullins on Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:42 pm

OMAR wrote:What is the purpose of this thread
If the objective is merely to quote articles published elsewhere in the media
should this not be on the newsfeeder with due credit given to the author.

Nothing really omar just a harmless thread with no bad intentions...Just thought maybe some guests might read some of the posts in it while there browsing the internet....You never know not all the posts are copied..


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