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Post  Guest on Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:21 pm

ronan fallon is a big loss to this team i hope he will come back into the panel soon

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Post  mullins on Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:38 am

Dublin have named an unchanged team for Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC round 3 qualifier encounter against Armagh in Croke Park (5.0).
The Dubs defeated Tipperary last Saturday with subs Eamon Fennell, Bryan Cullen, and Conal Keaney making good contributions after being introduced by all are held in reserve again.
2010 Championship
Dublin 2-16 Wexford 0-15 (Leinster quarter-final, after extra-time)
Meath 5-9 Dublin 0-13 (Leinster semi-final)
Dublin 1-21 Tipperary 1-13 (Qualifier R2)
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Armagh 1-10 Derry 1-7 (Ulster preliminary round)
Monaghan 1-18 Armagh 0-9 (Ulster quarter-final)
Armagh 2-14 Donegal 0-11 (Qualifier R1)
Armagh 0-11 Fermanagh 0-7 (Qualifier R2)
DUBLIN (SF v Armagh)
1. Stephen Cluxton (Parnells)
2. Michael Fitzsimons (Cuala)
3. Rory O’Carroll (Kilmacud Crokes)
4. Philly McMahon (Ballymun Kickhams)
5. Kevin Nolan (Kilmacud Crokes)
6. Ger Brennan (St Vincent’s)
7. David Henry (Raheny)
8. Michael Darragh MacAuley (Ballyboden St Enda’s)
9. Ross McConnell (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
10. Niall Corkery (Kilmacud Crokes)
11. Alan Brogan (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
12. Paul Flynn (Fingallians)
13. Bernard Brogan (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
14. Eoghan O’Gara (Templeogue Synge St)
15. Kevin McManamon (St Jude’s)

I won't even say anything about this Manager anymore...

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Post  mullins on Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:28 pm

David Brady said on newstalk..Bernard Brogan has scored 83 % of Dublin scores in the Champioship this year amazing stats by the big man.....

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Post  mid-mon man on Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:33 pm

mullins wrote:David Brady said on newstalk..Bernard Brogan has scored 83 % of Dublin scores in the Champioship this year amazing stats by the big man.....

What does that say about the other forwards though mullins? Superb player no doubt but at the minute you's would be in big trouble without him, he'll need better support if Dublin are to progress much further.

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Post  mullins on Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:49 pm

mid-mon man wrote:
mullins wrote:David Brady said on newstalk..Bernard Brogan has scored 83 % of Dublin scores in the Champioship this year amazing stats by the big man.....

What does that say about the other forwards though mullins? Superb player no doubt but at the minute you's would be in big trouble without him, he'll need better support if Dublin are to progress much further.

Them stats are wrong MMM- brogan has scored a 1/3 of Dublins scores this year in League and Championship....Its hard to say where scores will come from, but i would expect Alan to up the Anti this weekend....

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Post  mid-mon man on Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:14 pm

Didn't actually think about those stats when I posted, ridiculous! Still, Brogan will need more support all the same. Looking forward to seeing the Louth-Dubs game this weekend, hopefully I'll be in a good mood after the first game!

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Post  mullins on Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:22 pm

mid-mon man wrote:Didn't actually think about those stats when I posted, ridiculous! Still, Brogan will need more support all the same. Looking forward to seeing the Louth-Dubs game this weekend, hopefully I'll be in a good mood after the first game!

MMM do you think Monaghan threw the towel in early on sunday, when the game went away from them...it looked that way to me, knowing they were going to be out again saturday..

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Post  mullins on Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:41 am

The last championship clash between the counties was in 2008 when they met in the Leinster quarter-final with Dublin winning by 1-22 to 0-12. Alan Brogan (1-7), Tomás Quinn (0-6) and Conal Keaney (0-3) were top scorers for Dublin while Aaron Hoey (0-3) was Louth’s top scorer.
Louth are seeking to reach the All-Ireland quarter-finals for the first time while Dublin last missed out on the quarter-finals in 2003. Indeed that was the only year they failed to reach the quarter-finals since the introduction of the new championship system in 2001.
The Wee County make one change from their starting 15 which lost out in the Leinster SFC final to Meath in controversial circumstances. Stephen Fitzpatrick, son of manager Peter, comes into the side at left half-back in place of Ronan Greene whom he replaced in the Leinster decider towards the close of the first half.
2010 championship
Dublin 2-16 Wexford 0-15 (After extra-time)
Meath 5-9 Dublin 0-13
Dublin 1-21 Tipperary 1-13
Dublin 0-14 Armagh 0-11
Louth
Louth 1-11 Longford 1-7
Louth 1-22 Kildare 1-16
Louth 1-15 Westmeath 2-10
Meath 1-12 Louth 1-10 (Leinster final)
Last Five Championship Clashes
2008 – Dublin 1-22 Louth 0-12
2003 – Dublin 1-19 Louth 0-9
1999 – Dublin 2-15 Louth 0-14
1996 – Dublin 1-9 Louth 0-8
1995 – Dublin 0-19 Louth 2-5
DUBLIN (SF v Louth)
1 Stephen Cluxton (Parnells)
2 Michael Fitzsimons (Cuala)
3 Rory O’Carroll (Kilmacud Crokes)
4 Philly McMahon (Ballymun Kickhams)
5 Kevin Nolan (Kilmacud Crokes)
6 Ger Brennan (St Vincent’s)
7 Barry Cahill (St Brigid’s)
8 Ross McConnell (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
9 Michael Darragh Macauley (Ballyboden St Enda’s)
10 Niall Corkery (Kilmacud Crokes)
11 Alan Brogan (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
12 Bryan Cullen (Skerries Harps)
13 David Henry (Raheny)
14 Eoghan O’Gara (Templeogue Synge St)
15 Bernard Brogan (St Oliver Plunkett’s/Eoghan Ruadh)
LOUTH (SFC v Dublin): N Gallagher; E McAuley, D Finnegan, J O’Brien; R Finnegan, M Fanning, S Fitzpatrick; P Keenan, B White; A Reid, A McDonnell, B Brennan; C Judge, S Lennon, JP Rooney.

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Post  mid-mon man on Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:25 pm

mullins wrote:
mid-mon man wrote:Didn't actually think about those stats when I posted, ridiculous! Still, Brogan will need more support all the same. Looking forward to seeing the Louth-Dubs game this weekend, hopefully I'll be in a good mood after the first game!

MMM do you think Monaghan threw the towel in early on sunday, when the game went away from them...it looked that way to me, knowing they were going to be out again saturday..

Mullins, it looked like we threw in the towel before we started almost, didn't look like alot of the boys out there believed they could beat Tyrone, which is the one thing I didn't expect to happen. I thought there was alot more belief than that there now, and having been in the final in '07 they should have been able to cope with the occasion. It's not that they threw in the towel early on the pitch, as up until the final few minutes there were only a handful of points in it altogether and these boys are desperate for an Ulster, it's simply that Tyrone wouldn't give us an inch and in fact looked every bit the hungrier team, their workrate was unreal in defence.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:05 pm

Well that was strange again but an improvement nonetheless. First off - Alan Brogan had a shocking game - he was appalling. Why he was left on for 60 mins is absolutely beyond me. O'Gara is raw but got his two goals - fair play - terrible miss with the fist for a point.

Defensively Dublin worked very hard and completely swamped Louth. They worked very hard but the mistakes are incredible. We are still making schoolboy errors - picking the ball off the ground does my head in. Our shot selection is shocking - giving us a ridiculous amount of wides. And the ball into the fornt guys has to improve - or has to get more consistent. Some of it was excellent but too much was appalling.

So far it has been more interesting than strolling through Leinster and there is massive room for improvement. But they can improve. Hopefully they will.

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Post  RMDrive on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:14 pm

One thing Dublin do well is to have men moving in the HF line to take kick passes when Dublin gain possession in thier defence. Too many teams pack the backlines like Dublin but leave such a large gap between their FF line (typically 2-man) and the rest of their players that loads of handpassing is required before someone is in a position to give the ball into the forwards. Dublin always seem to have someone available to take a ball and then quickly move it into the FF line.
I like it.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:15 pm

But it has to be more accurate.

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Post  Loyal2TheRoyal on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:20 pm

Fair play to Dublin for turning it around. Always expected them to. However, unless they draw Roscommon, their championship season has a week to go. I know Dublin posters can be emotional enough on here but to be blunt about it, they aren't going to beat the top 3. Meath, Kerry and Tyrone are just that bit ahead of the rest. And unless Cork can turn it around, then Sam is headed to one of the big three.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:29 pm

You must be milling back the Heino tonight. Tyrone, Kerry 1,2 - Cork played like drains but are still 3rd. Roscommon are 8th, Down 7th - Meath are 6th and unless they get Roscommon or Down are gone. I would put Kildare 4th and Dublin a close 5th.

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Post  OMAR on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:30 pm

IMO the scenic route has certainly done them no harm.
Every game is exposing areas for attention and improvement yet they are still motoring. at this stage in 2008 or 2009 Tyrone/Kerry were hardly dead certs.

Midfield was a postive today - winning without the two brogans playing well is a positive - as playing a sweeper and marker on BB always seems an obvious tactic - now makes teams think twice about this. Strong bench - O carroll getting better each game.

All comes down to the draw - 50/50 to make semis
I think they can take either Roscommon or meath.
best draw for them is a game against Meath which if they win will build confidence for a showdown with Kerry.

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Post  Loyal2TheRoyal on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:32 pm

Jayo Cluxton wrote:You must be milling back the Heino tonight. Tyrone, Kerry 1,2 - Cork played like drains but are still 3rd. Roscommon are 8th, Down 7th - Meath are 6th and unles they get Roscommon or Down are gone. I would put Kildare 4th and Dublin a close 5th.

Kildare 4th best? Beating soul-less Ulster teams, hardly any expertise involved in that. A Meath-Kerry-Tyrone would take them by 5 or 6.

I'd have Dublin 4th myself. No great shakes but better than the rest thats left.

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:34 pm

Is there any pairing that can't happen tomorrow? I think not meself/

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Post  OMAR on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:36 pm

Loyal2TheRoyal wrote:
Jayo Cluxton wrote:You must be milling back the Heino tonight. Tyrone, Kerry 1,2 - Cork played like drains but are still 3rd. Roscommon are 8th, Down 7th - Meath are 6th and unles they get Roscommon or Down are gone. I would put Kildare 4th and Dublin a close 5th.

Kildare 4th best? Beating soul-less Ulster teams, hardly any expertise involved in that. A Meath-Kerry-Tyrone would take them by 5 or 6.

I'd have Dublin 4th myself. No great shakes but better than the rest thats left.


You had ensured the Sam engravers were dropping the London bit before the Kildare v Derry game.

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Post  Loyal2TheRoyal on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:37 pm

OMAR wrote:
Loyal2TheRoyal wrote:
Jayo Cluxton wrote:You must be milling back the Heino tonight. Tyrone, Kerry 1,2 - Cork played like drains but are still 3rd. Roscommon are 8th, Down 7th - Meath are 6th and unles they get Roscommon or Down are gone. I would put Kildare 4th and Dublin a close 5th.

Kildare 4th best? Beating soul-less Ulster teams, hardly any expertise involved in that. A Meath-Kerry-Tyrone would take them by 5 or 6.

I'd have Dublin 4th myself. No great shakes but better than the rest thats left.


You had ensured the Sam engravers were dropping the London bit before the Kildare v Derry game.

I think my love for all things Foyleside have cost me a few points in this competition. Still lesson learned, and won't be happening again.

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Post  OMAR on Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:41 pm

Jayo Cluxton wrote:Is there any pairing that can't happen tomorrow? I think not meself/

Correct all provincial losers have now lost twice
so draw will be as made

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sun Jul 25, 2010 6:47 pm

mullins - what did you think of Alan Brogan yesterday? He was atrocious I thought!

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Post  mullins on Sun Jul 25, 2010 6:56 pm

Jayo Cluxton wrote:mullins - what did you think of Alan Brogan yesterday? He was atrocious I thought!

Jc its a tough one for gilroy...drop him im not so sure..Tyrone match could be the one to ignite his season....Looks like we have to beat Tyrone..Cork and Kerry to win Sam..

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Post  Shinners on Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:20 pm

I think Brogan has become more of a team player and has set up some good scores and has been working hard - his shot selection yesterday was fairly poor.
I think that he is one player that will be bursting to get another crack at Tyrone.
Giller has kept the same team by and large for the qualifiers to date so he may start him but he might take him off early if he's not doing it on the scoreboard.

On a side-note, it was good to see the scores being shared out this week. Bernard had a quiet game and you can be damn sure that Tyrone will keep him quiet so it's not necessarily a bad thing that others are starting to chip in. I thought Flynn did very well when he came on - he hasn't really been noticeable on the score-sheet until now but got a few nice scores yesterday. Cullen was immense yesterday and thoroughly deserved his Man of the Match.

They should just go out next week, shrug off the shackles and give it a good rattle. They will be underdogs but they shouldn't mind....

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Post  Jayo Cluxton on Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:29 pm

I am extremely disappointed with A Brogan this season. He is not a novice anymore and at this stage should be one of the go-to players for the younger lads. But he's not and I don't think he is setting up as many as he could either. I watched the game again last night and on RTE this evening and it confirmed what I thought - he was abysmal. His shot selection, his passing into the FF line and general play were atrocious. As I said the guy has no excuses any more. I would not start him at all but given his early injury in 2008 v Tyrone it might just be the game to make him cop on. Won't hold my breath though. I also expect Ricey to introduce himself to O'Gara early on too ....

Flynner (only got the one point) did well when he came on and I thought Cullen was easily MotM - great to see him playing so well and working so hard - he scored 3 great points. If they could only cut down on some of the silly, unforced errors then they could give it a lash.

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Post  mullins on Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:28 pm

Best of Luck to the Dubs tomorrow....From all the Dubs on Tipster..WE ARE DUBLIN

JC IS HIPSTER IS FLOOPS MULLINS BELIEVES DUBLIN WILL BE ROCKING TOMORROW NIGHT GOODNIGHT ALL UP THE FOOKING DUBS......

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