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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  OMAR on Wed Jul 31, 2013 12:29 am

Thought O Carroll got exposed in first 10 minutes v Kildare also. The issue was resolved in stopping the supply.

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Post  Loyal2TheRoyal on Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:04 pm

O'Carroll was on Bray for a minute and a half. Had he been left there for the whole game, Bray would have scored 93 points (at a rate of 2 points per minute and a half).

Cooper then took over on Bray after point number two and the Meath man continued his devastating form. Cooper did not make one steal from him.

Bray also destroyed Ger Brennan.

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Post  champers on Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:38 pm

Really looking forward to the game tomorrow . Always nice to play the langers in Croker . With all the media hype about dublin's full back line I expect cork to target it early on . Once Dublin snuff out this threat It will give Dublin a platform to build on towards victory . The Dublin midfield will have to much pace for cork . The day of two apes catching the ball is long gone . Once McCauley and o Sullivan break the tackle they will give the forwards the chances to score goals . I expect Flynn and Kilkenny to drop back turn over ball and let it into the forwards quickly . Dublin forwards will have crucial role in creating a high line .

Dublin by 7 points

Where are all the good dubs gone ?
One word !

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  OMAR on Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:18 am

champers wrote:Really looking forward to the game tomorrow . Always nice to play the langers in Croker . With all the media hype about dublin's full back line I expect cork to target it early on . Once Dublin snuff out this threat It will give Dublin a platform to build on towards victory . The Dublin midfield will have to much pace for cork . The day of two apes catching the ball is long gone . Once McCauley and o Sullivan break the tackle they will give the forwards the chances to score goals . I expect Flynn and Kilkenny to drop back turn over ball and let it into the forwards quickly . Dublin forwards will have crucial role in creating a high line .

Dublin by 7 points

Where are all the good dubs gone ?
One word !


Oxymoron ?

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  Thomas Clarke on Sat Aug 03, 2013 9:38 am

OMAR wrote:
champers wrote:Really looking forward to the game tomorrow . Always nice to play the langers in Croker . With all the media hype about dublin's full back line I expect cork to target it early on . Once Dublin snuff out this threat It will give Dublin a platform to build on towards victory . The Dublin midfield will have to much pace for cork . The day of two apes catching the ball is long gone . Once McCauley and o Sullivan break the tackle they will give the forwards the chances to score goals . I expect Flynn and Kilkenny to drop back turn over ball and let it into the forwards quickly . Dublin forwards will have crucial role in creating a high line .

Dublin by 7 points

Where are all the good dubs gone ?
One word !

Oxymoron ?
lol!  That was very funny!

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  champers on Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:09 pm

Well that was so easy cork pumping in high ball all night sign of a beating team,no midfield 2 apes that couldn't,t run it was all over as a contest after 30mins.happy we didn't,t beat langers by 20 points no pressure for next match jim has plenty to work on

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  emmetryan on Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:27 pm

Hi guys,

Tactical analysis of Dublin's win over Cork now up
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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  bronco on Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:43 pm

The Dublin players giving some time off over the next few days,great to see the way gavin is handling this squad. just 1 more game and the season is over with every goal completed.Happy Days:D 

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  emmetryan on Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:51 am

Hi guys,

Tactical profile of Mayo with video now up
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Post  emmetryan on Wed Sep 18, 2013 6:47 am

Hi guys,

Second part of our preview up now. Here's a tactical profile of Dublin with video
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Post  emmetryan on Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:48 am

Hi guys,

Tactical preview of Mayo vs Dublin with video now up
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Post  bronco on Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:13 pm

joe writes that hickey thinks the dubs will win 5 in a row should be fun,but for now i would settle for 3 in 4 years which is well within the dubs grasp

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Post  Thomas Clarke on Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:40 pm

bronco wrote:joe writes that hickey thinks the dubs will win 5 in a row should be fun,but for now i would settle for 3 in 4 years which is well within the dubs grasp

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5 in a row is little more than a pipe dream, and am man of Hickey's intelligence is well aware of that.

Interesting to see the comparison of Niall Morgan to Cluxton in the article. The Tyrone man has recovered remarkably quickly from the knee injury that kept him out all summer, and today was named in the provisional squad to play the aussies. I'm a big fan of Morgan, and the only thing that will stop him becoming the best goalkeeper in Ireland is if Mickey Harte decides he needs him out the field.

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  bronco on Tue Oct 08, 2013 8:44 pm

Thomas Clarke wrote:
bronco wrote:joe writes that hickey thinks the dubs will win 5 in a row should be fun,but for now i would settle for 3 in 4 years which is well within the dubs grasp

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5 in a row is little more than a pipe dream, and am man of Hickey's intelligence is well aware of that.

Interesting to see the comparison of Niall Morgan to Cluxton in the article.  The Tyrone man has recovered remarkably quickly from the knee injury that kept him out all summer, and today was named in the provisional squad to play the aussies.  I'm a big fan of Morgan, and the only thing that will stop him becoming the best goalkeeper in Ireland is if Mickey Harte decides he needs him out the field.

hickey i would guess is only jesting but,yes morgan was your biggest loss this year he has a lot of catching up to do to become the best in ireland,he sort of lost it against donegal didn't know he could play outfield

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  bronco on Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:00 pm

5 million for 5 years look like AIG have faith in the Dubs

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  KerryKatriona on Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:19 am

Is it true that AIG stands for All Ireland glory?

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  emmetryan on Sun Nov 03, 2013 7:36 pm

Hi there folks,

Tactical analysis of St Vincent's and Ballymun's draw in the Dublin SFC Final now up
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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  bocerty on Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:08 pm

good to see Dublin havent lost any of their hunger or bite from last year!!!!!!

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Post  Thomas Clarke on Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:27 pm

Ah here Boc, Jim Gavin says that the Dubs play a pure brand of football, with no dirt, cynicism or defensive tactics. Last year they had to battle the lies that Donegal spread about them, other cheating counties, plus the referees (that Jim got stuck into following the AI final).

They are Whiter than White and the Saviours of Football, because Jim says that he has principles that he would never compromise. For you to come on here and try to imply otherwise just makes you a begrudger.

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Post  bocerty on Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:30 pm

Thomas Clarke wrote:Ah here Boc, Jim Gavin says that the Dubs play a pure brand of football, with no dirt, cynicism or defensive tactics.  Last year they had to battle the lies that Donegal spread about them, other cheating counties, plus the referees (that Jim got stuck into following the AI final).

They are Whiter than White and the Saviours of Football, because Jim says that he has principles that he would never compromise.  For you to come on here and try to imply otherwise just makes you a begrudger.

indeed TC im starting to sound like Brolly.

Mind you the last 10 minutes of last years All Ireland final did much to enhance their reputation as being whiter than white.

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Post  Thomas Clarke on Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:35 pm

bocerty wrote:
Mind you the last 10 minutes of last years All Ireland final did much to enhance their reputation as being whiter than white.

Isolated incidents, Boc. Next you'll be dragging up what happened with the Gooch in the semi final.

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Post  Gaa_lover on Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:00 pm

Slightly off topic i hear Dublin will have up to 8 senior players starting for their U-21s this year, they are unlikely to be caught on the hop in Leinster this year and are sure to be All Ireland favorites.

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Post  Thomas Clarke on Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:15 pm

Gaa_lover wrote:Slightly off topic i hear Dublin will have up to 8 senior players starting for their U-21s this year, they are unlikely to be caught on the hop in Leinster this year and are sure to be All Ireland favorites.

Back on topic, the previously mentioned biting incident could see that number reduced to 7.

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  champers on Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:44 pm

Thomas Clarke wrote:
Gaa_lover wrote:Slightly off topic i hear Dublin will have up to 8 senior players starting for their U-21s this year, they are unlikely to be caught on the hop in Leinster this year and are sure to be All Ireland favorites.

Back on topic, the previously mentioned biting incident could see that number reduced to 7.

already dealt with still 8 try again

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Re: Dublin GG News

Post  Thomas Clarke on Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:55 pm

champers wrote:
Thomas Clarke wrote:
Gaa_lover wrote:Slightly off topic i hear Dublin will have up to 8 senior players starting for their U-21s this year, they are unlikely to be caught on the hop in Leinster this year and are sure to be All Ireland favorites.

Back on topic, the previously mentioned biting incident could see that number reduced to 7.

already dealt with still 8 try again

Dealt with in what way? Surely DCU won't just let this matter drop, irrespective of the amount of money they make from the Dublin GAA teams  Suspect 

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