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    Posted: 03 Feb 2013 at 2:01am
John Delayney should intervene here and bring the 'mon dogs' back.

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Should do
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Along with Galway United
2 in a row, 2 in a row, 2 in a row

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dont even remember starting this thread. 
chattin a few Mon die hards last night.
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The Monaghan trip was always a favourite with Gufc fans , loads of great weekends up there.unfortunately clubs
Are only interested in their own patch so the fai can do what they like.
One City,One County,One Club GUFC will be back.
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Originally posted by gufct gufct wrote:

The Monaghan trip was always a favourite with Gufc fans , loads of great weekends up there.unfortunately clubs
Are only interested in their own patch so the fai can do what they like
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Can you explain what the FAI are meant to do?
 
The harsh reality is there is not enough support for a LOI club in Monaghan, and that is the reaon why they folded, lack of financial support.
 
Are the FAI supposed to financially subsidise uneconomic clubs?
 
If so what way should it be done, as in how do you determine how much each club receives etc
 
Have Monaghan or any other LOI club applied for funding from the FAI (not grants in relation to infrastructure) and if so did they receive any and on what terms?
 
Personally I find it hard to see why the FAI should sustain an uneconomic league unless there is an obvious benefit to Irish football. 
 
For example I would be completly against the FAI susidising wages, but would be supportive of the FAI paying the wages of coaching staf attached to a LOI for coaching provided to local junior and schools clubs etc. So a LOI player with the proper coaching badge, could do say 15 hours a week coaching in the community for which the FAI would pay him. which would subsidise his income but would deliver a benefit to the football family. It would also make it more feasible for him and his club come to an arrangement to have him playing as a full time pro.  
 
For the interest for fairness payments from the FAI should be based on the level of badges obtained by players, and the number of hours paid be based on the catchment area of the clubs.
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Do you work for FAI ? you defending them adamantly these days.
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Mons are not gone. So how the FAI can 'bring them back'?

Not a big enough town for professional sport. End of
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The fai wouldn't allow them field a team in the under 19 league this season .
One City,One County,One Club GUFC will be back.
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Originally posted by athlonecelt athlonecelt wrote:

Do you work for FAI ? you defending them adamantly these days.


How is asking in what way should the fai help any club defending them.

Do you believe the fai shoulf give all loi clubs a blank cheque?
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Originally posted by gufct gufct wrote:

The fai wouldn't allow them field a team in the under 19 league this season .


Did they meet the qualification criteria?

Was there a vacancy?

Genuine questions as i dont know the answers
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Monaghan dont deserve a right to be back in the league so soon. They pulled the plug mid-season without trying to make a realistic plan to get them to the end of the season. Galway the year before were hammered up and down the country but to their credit at least they kept their commitment, cut the wages and seen out the season.
 
Monaghan gave little consideration to other teams in the division by leaving mid-season. For eg. we were supposed to go 4 weeks and pay wages in the mid-season break, so we budgeted for that. They pulled out, so we had no home game and had to go an extra 2 weeks paying wages without gate receipts. No to mention the points deduction in what was a very tight league table at the time.
 
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The costs and spending of the league is unclear does any club know how much is slipping out in expenses. These costs need to be looked at the gravy train hao stop now the clybs are really struggling. 2500 for a surveyor every year but how much of the fines affiliation etc flies out again in expenses. This needs to be looked at urgently.
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Originally posted by greenforever greenforever wrote:

Originally posted by gufct gufct wrote:

The Monaghan trip was always a favourite with Gufc fans , loads of great weekends up there.unfortunately clubs
Are only interested in their own patch so the fai can do what they like
.
 
 
Can you explain what the FAI are meant to do?
 
The harsh reality is there is not enough support for a LOI club in Monaghan, and that is the reaon why they folded, lack of financial support.
 
Are the FAI supposed to financially subsidise uneconomic clubs?
 
If so what way should it be done, as in how do you determine how much each club receives etc
 
Have Monaghan or any other LOI club applied for funding from the FAI (not grants in relation to infrastructure) and if so did they receive any and on what terms?
 
Personally I find it hard to see why the FAI should sustain an uneconomic league unless there is an obvious benefit to Irish football. 
 
For example I would be completly against the FAI susidising wages, but would be supportive of the FAI paying the wages of coaching staf attached to a LOI for coaching provided to local junior and schools clubs etc. So a LOI player with the proper coaching badge, could do say 15 hours a week coaching in the community for which the FAI would pay him. which would subsidise his income but would deliver a benefit to the football family. It would also make it more feasible for him and his club come to an arrangement to have him playing as a full time pro.  
 
For the interest for fairness payments from the FAI should be based on the level of badges obtained by players, and the number of hours paid be based on the catchment area of the clubs.
 
go suck on your hero JD's cock you cuckhold twink f**k. You always make negative posts on this section and you are afraid of going to any LOI games so you opinion isnon valid on here.
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Originally posted by Guf10 Guf10 wrote:

Along with Galway United
Agreed!
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Originally posted by The Q Man The Q Man wrote:

Originally posted by greenforever greenforever wrote:

Originally posted by gufct gufct wrote:

The Monaghan trip was always a favourite with Gufc fans , loads of great weekends up there.unfortunately clubs
Are only interested in their own patch so the fai can do what they like
.
 
 
Can you explain what the FAI are meant to do?
 
The harsh reality is there is not enough support for a LOI club in Monaghan, and that is the reaon why they folded, lack of financial support.
 
Are the FAI supposed to financially subsidise uneconomic clubs?
 
If so what way should it be done, as in how do you determine how much each club receives etc
 
Have Monaghan or any other LOI club applied for funding from the FAI (not grants in relation to infrastructure) and if so did they receive any and on what terms?
 
Personally I find it hard to see why the FAI should sustain an uneconomic league unless there is an obvious benefit to Irish football. 
 
For example I would be completly against the FAI susidising wages, but would be supportive of the FAI paying the wages of coaching staf attached to a LOI for coaching provided to local junior and schools clubs etc. So a LOI player with the proper coaching badge, could do say 15 hours a week coaching in the community for which the FAI would pay him. which would subsidise his income but would deliver a benefit to the football family. It would also make it more feasible for him and his club come to an arrangement to have him playing as a full time pro.  
 
For the interest for fairness payments from the FAI should be based on the level of badges obtained by players, and the number of hours paid be based on the catchment area of the clubs.
 
go suck on your hero JD's cock you cuckhold twink f**k. You always make negative posts on this section and you are afraid of going to any LOI games so you opinion isnon valid on here.
 
There is not enough people living out in the sticks to support a club.
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