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Merry Christmas And Happy New Year - 14 Like(s)
Merry Chri5tma5

jimbodub (National) - 17/12/2019 09:27:23

Jim Gavin Steps Down - 14 Like(s)
Best of luck to you Jim You leave a legend Great servant Thank you

jimbodub (National) - 30/11/2019 13:07:59

Merry Christmas And Happy New Year - 11 Like(s)

Replying To Fionn:  "Have to say it is pretty sad when a poster posts a Xmas wish to all, and only gets 4 replies and his and other well wishes get a thumbs down... ffs No guessing where the red thumbs are coming from.... grow up kids.... embarrassing yourselves..."
Bunch of 5crooge'5

jimbodub (National) - 19/12/2019 20:09:58

Dublin V Louth - What A Farce - 11 Like(s)
You'd wonder where Louth GAA would be now if they weren't blatantly robbed of a deserved Leinster title in 2010 That win could have brought more players into the game and given them a lot of motivation, winning breeds winning. Ask the Kerry lads.. golden ticket to a semifinal for over a hundred years certainly kept those kids showing up, that and there being SFA else to be doing Unfortunately the exact opposite happened for Louth and now we have Meath supporters making snide remarks about their performance against Dublin... Short self serving memories indeed.

jimbodub (National) - 29/05/2019 08:07:08

Joanne Cantwell - 10 Like(s)

Replying To realdub:  "First of all let me say I like Joanne, she's very good and will get better. But in the name of RTE's lefty agenda, Moloney was never going to get the gig, I'm surprised Panty Bliss didn't get it at this stage."
Lol Couldn't agree more I've worked in the industry my entire adult life and studied it for years before that There was no justification for her landing that gig ahead of far more seasoned and qualified broadcasters who enjoyed far more experience. It was an absolute strategic move made by RTÉ after suffering a lot of bad PR regarding gender inequalities It was a pat on the head move to appease the noise being made against them.

jimbodub (National) - 31/01/2019 10:33:23

MONEY - 10 Like(s)

jimbodub (National) - 24/09/2019 13:33:11

Stephen Cluxton - 10 Like(s)
He'll get his All Star this year! ; ) I'd have him short listed as POTY He may not make the top 3 but jaysus two brilliant final performances

jimbodub (National) - 15/09/2019 19:52:31

Jim Gavin Steps Down - 10 Like(s)
The sour red thumbs are a testament to his ultimate success Painful loss after painfull loss will leave a mark alright. Finish it all off stuffing Kerry for #5 Makes it all the sweeter Thank you Jim :) We continue to be buzzing for a half dozen with the team in a great place. It will be interesting to see if Darcy who was by Jims side as his right hand man since 2002-3 will want a shot as boss? Maybe a combo of himself and Jayo. Cluxton will most likely call it a day in January.

jimbodub (National) - 30/11/2019 14:01:07

Kennelly Salutes Egoless Dubs - 10 Like(s)
Well said Mr Kennelly I know you're not very popular in your own county but the kind remarks are welcomed by us Dublin fans. Never mind those that can't look beyond their own noses. That "No dickhead policy" wouldn't go down well with them at all. Tadhg Kennelly says Dublin's selfless approach reminds him of his AFL club Sydney Swans. Having seen Jim Gavin's side complete the historic five-in-a-row by beating Kerry in a replayed final last month, the former Kingdom star has great admiration for the Sam Maguire Cup holders: "Jim has got to take enormous credit because they are selfless, it's all about the team. They put their egos to the side," the Swans coach told The Irish Daily Star. "They do remind me an awful lot of our own football club out here - the Swans. They are very respectful. It's all about the team, it's not about you. Put your ego at the door when you walk in. "There's a policy here in Sydney: we call it the 'no dickhead' policy, basically, and that's Dublin. Then you put the talent on top of that … enormous credit."

jimbodub (National) - 17/10/2019 16:13:57

MONEY - 10 Like(s)

Replying To royaldunne:  "6 bought all ire in a row. Some achievement lol"
Ahh now RD Zero respect for you now bud Pity but you've always been as daft as a bag of weasels

jimbodub (National) - 24/09/2019 16:45:13

Stephen Cluxton 100 - 10 Like(s)

Replying To WanPintWin:  "Not forgetting Kerry greats Eoin Liston and Colm Cooper. Two fine English surnames."
Huh.. explains something An English named man that reigned over his mighty kingdom and considered GAA Royalty by his loyal subjects. It's no wonder he had such an exuberantly expensive state dinner in his honor.

jimbodub (National) - 12/06/2019 09:18:42

MONEY - 10 Like(s)
LoL Cluxton is a lecturer in DCU.. Yes you've certainly done your research alright haha I can confirm that SC had 3 months off over the summer apart from sorting out a few bits and bobs Just like most secondary school teachers I seem to recall Mr Donaghy taking plenty of time off work to concentrate on his football "Whaaat duuya mahek ovv dhaat"

jimbodub (National) - 24/09/2019 13:39:20

Gough Speaks Out Against Shamefull Slurs - 10 Like(s)
Good for you David Hope you go onto get another AI final honour albeit this time without the unfounded and highly self serving character assassination slurs aimed at you by lesser sorts both in the national media and online. David Gough has admitted that insinuations he might be biased towards Dublin in advance of the drawn All-Ireland SFC final against Kerry didn't sit well with him. The Meath referee - who also revealed in an Irish Independent interview that he sobbed after getting the Sam Maguire final call - talked about remarks made by former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice and others surrounding his links to the capital city. "It's difficult to take," the proud Slane clubman remarked. "I have to live and work somewhere, I love my job and I own a house in Dublin. I'm also an openly gay man so outside of Dublin there is not much of a lifestyle for a single gay man. It's easier for me to live here. "I'm quite anonymous in the city. I can walk around Dame Street or O'Connell Street and nobody has a clue who I am. I couldn't walk down the main street in Navan or Slane without people stopping to talk. "The Dublin thing, I didn't understand where it was coming from in that I have no allegiance to Dublin football whatsoever."

jimbodub (National) - 30/11/2019 14:44:46

Dublin V Louth - What A Farce - 10 Like(s)

Replying To lilylanger:  "I can't find any figures on any counties sponsorship deals apart from Dublin. Link please?"
Hard to account for yankie brown envelopes... and or rich sugar daddies

jimbodub (National) - 29/05/2019 19:43:19

"Just Not Enough Good Men" - Brolly on Mayo - 10 Like(s)

Replying To seanie_boy:  "Can you elaborate bit more about Boyle Jimbo? Just trying to understand better where you're coming from although I think I get the gist. I've loved watching Colm Boyle over the years. As you said an absolute warrior for Mayo over the years."
Howya Seanie Regarding Colm Boyle He always made me think of the Dublin men that made up the 90's Dublin half back line. Skillful, tough, dedicated and willing to put their head where another wouldn't put their foot. Probably my favorite Dublin line of all time, they were hero's of mine when I was in my mid-late teens, like in Mayo's case they made up a shortfall of out and out quality forwards, one particular player Eamon Heary was a fan favorite, and unfortunately after grinding at the wheel for years he missed out on 1995. It was a sour point about that victory for me, he came back in under Whelan but the team was done at that stage and would be for the next 16 years! Seeing Colm Boyle's face coming off the pitch reminded me of that. The face of a man that gave his all but will more than likely miss out and you could see what may have been going through his mind. Is this the last time I walk off this pitch etc. He's a player I admire and have enjoy watching so it wasn't nice to see. I think in life we can all relate to such circumstances in our own way. That's why the timing of J Brolly's article was in poor taste. Kicking them when they are down sort of stuff. They deserve better IMO

jimbodub (National) - 13/08/2019 09:47:52

Bernard Brogan Has Retired From IC Football - 9 Like(s)

Replying To Stmunnsriver:  "bet if they had of won, football would have been the strongest ever"
I remember a distinct lack of whinging after the 2017 NFL Div 1 final Funny that

jimbodub (National) - 30/10/2019 21:27:45

2019 State Aid Free Championship - 9 Like(s)
Congrats to Kildare Current minor & U20 Leinster Champions & All Ireland Champions Hugely impressive and the work being done in Kildare must be top drawer Quick.. FFS Split Dublin! Thank feck we have an outstanding senior side! Despite all the "advantages" despite the funding going into underage in schools which these kids would have benefited from... ( which is supposedly responsible for the sky falling down over certain hysterical posters counties) We can't seem to buy ourselves an underage title... But.. but.. all the funding... I'm so confused!

jimbodub (National) - 06/07/2019 21:26:09

Dean Rock - Most Crucial Score Of All Time? - 9 Like(s)
Dean Rock's score to level things up late on against Kerry, while being down a man and deep into added on time, while others snatched and were jumpy, made it look hard. Dean gets the chance and makes it look easy, as if its the first score of the game... all to keep the 5 in a row dream alive. I would advise yiz to watch it back Just stroked it over. Beatiful technique, composure and ultimate guts. Again.. as if it was just another score. Easy. I don't think enough has been made of it, which sort of sums up a lot about Dean Rock's Dublin career For me it's up there as the most crucial score of all time and a score that should be held in the highest of regards by Dublin fans Dean Rock = GAA Legend If Kev will go down as "The Kerry Killer" Dean will go down as "The Kerry Sickner"

jimbodub (Dublin) - 02/10/2019 20:39:08

U21 - Dublin v Longford - 9 Like(s)
Bad aul weather out there at the minute Difficult game ahead Longford beat a much fancied Kildare side, and at one point were playing them off the park until they perhaps sat back a bit and allowed Kildare to rebuild I was at the U-21 game a few years back when a star studded Dublin side lost to a dogged, defence first counter attack Longford sides, they 100% deserved their victory, that too was contested on a very similar night, heavy pitch, mucky, wet ball This will be far from easy if Longford bring that sort of game again, Dessie will remember that night all too well. We'll have to be just as dogged tonight

jimbodub (Dublin) - 22/03/2017 13:23:37

Merry Christmas And Happy New Year - 9 Like(s)

Replying To Fionn:  "Worse than that by a mile Jimbo. Shocking stuff. The amount of thumbs down now just shows us the kind of people we are conversing with. Cheer up ffs - it's Xmas."
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jimbodub (National) - 20/12/2019 11:28:33