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Some craic over there despite some mini disasters. Ryanair took money for a price-lock I had booked for Basle before the draw so that was extra money wasted. 

Saturday night managed to fall asleep under a tree around 5 in the morning and got picked up by some Cork lad. Phone was dead at this stage and couldn't find my apartment so asked a taxi man to bring me to any random hotel and checked in to a place for the night for €107. 

Was out then Sunday in Sam's Kareoke bar, drinking away with a Cork lad when, after half an hour speaking to each other, realised he was the one who woke me up the previous night. Spent about 10 minutes laughing at that then myself, him and Saint Tom were brought (by a Bob Marley lookalike) to a late bar called Hong Kong which we renamed 'The Danish Sunnybank' until 8 in the morning. 

Between extra flights, extra accommodation and a ridiculous amount of drinking must have spent between €1,000 and €1,500 all in. However, not qualifying last night saved around 5 grand so technically I'm up 3 and a half grand. Joke's on them.

Would agree with the comments above about the Danish locals. Generally the term 'A great bunch of lads' gets thrown about loosely but they deserve that title. And I mean that 100%.
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you were probably told to leave an Irish centre one night but kept mouthing off and some big church going Gaa player f**ked you out the door hence your hatred for the Catholic Church and Gaa aswell!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ConorMac77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Nov 2017 at 10:13am
Originally posted by Trapped Trapped wrote:

Some craic over there despite some mini disasters. Ryanair took money for a price-lock I had booked for Basle before the draw so that was extra money wasted. 

Saturday night managed to fall asleep under a tree around 5 in the morning and got picked up by some Cork lad. Phone was dead at this stage and couldn't find my apartment so asked a taxi man to bring me to any random hotel and checked in to a place for the night for €107. 

Was out then Sunday in Sam's Kareoke bar, drinking away with a Cork lad when, after half an hour speaking to each other, realised he was the one who woke me up the previous night. Spent about 10 minutes laughing at that then myself, him and Saint Tom were brought (by a Bob Marley lookalike) to a late bar called Hong Kong which we renamed 'The Danish Sunnybank' until 8 in the morning. 

Between extra flights, extra accommodation and a ridiculous amount of drinking must have spent between €1,000 and €1,500 all in. However, not qualifying last night saved around 5 grand so technically I'm up 3 and a half grand. Joke's on them.

Would agree with the comments above about the Danish locals. Generally the term 'A great bunch of lads' gets thrown about loosely but they deserve that title. And I mean that 100%.
Which makes the Danish FA's ridiculously tough stance on away fans getting into home sections all the more puzzling. I know they had problems with Polish fans the previous time, but we're certainly no hell-raisers (even though a fair few more are5eholes than normal travelled over to this who wouldn't have been seen dead in Tbilisi or Chisinau), neither are the Danes.  Why did someone not point this out to the authorities?
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There was loads of trouble? Danes beating the crap out of each other, beer thrown everywhere and all the stuff on the pitch.

95% of Danes were sound but a good contingent weren't - chanting you're f**king sh*t going down the street (not in a sound way, aggro enough), no need to rub it in when we were 5-1 down either singing 'you only sing when you're winning'. Lot were very arrogant.

Again, vast majority were spot on but don't get this love in, we've been to places with sounder fans.
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Insert Helen Lovejoy image here.
you were probably told to leave an Irish centre one night but kept mouthing off and some big church going Gaa player f**ked you out the door hence your hatred for the Catholic Church and Gaa aswell!
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

95% of Danes were sound but a good contingent weren't
 
You could level this exact 'accusation' at nearly every country's support to be fair. You'll always get a few d*ckheads.

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Originally posted by Trapped Trapped wrote:

Some craic over there despite some mini disasters. Ryanair took money for a price-lock I had booked for Basle before the draw so that was extra money wasted. 

Saturday night managed to fall asleep under a tree around 5 in the morning and got picked up by some Cork lad. Phone was dead at this stage and couldn't find my apartment so asked a taxi man to bring me to any random hotel and checked in to a place for the night for €107. 

Was out then Sunday in Sam's Kareoke bar, drinking away with a Cork lad when, after half an hour speaking to each other, realised he was the one who woke me up the previous night. Spent about 10 minutes laughing at that then myself, him and Saint Tom were brought (by a Bob Marley lookalike) to a late bar called Hong Kong which we renamed 'The Danish Sunnybank' until 8 in the morning. 

Between extra flights, extra accommodation and a ridiculous amount of drinking must have spent between €1,000 and €1,500 all in. However, not qualifying last night saved around 5 grand so technically I'm up 3 and a half grand. Joke's on them.

Would agree with the comments above about the Danish locals. Generally the term 'A great bunch of lads' gets thrown about loosely but they deserve that title. And I mean that 100%.


For the brief time that you were in the hotel room, you owe 210e for the damaged table!

     
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Originally posted by Trapped Trapped wrote:

Some craic over there despite some mini disasters. Ryanair took money for a price-lock I had booked for Basle before the draw so that was extra money wasted. 

Saturday night managed to fall asleep under a tree around 5 in the morning and got picked up by some Cork lad. Phone was dead at this stage and couldn't find my apartment so asked a taxi man to bring me to any random hotel and checked in to a place for the night for €107. 

Was out then Sunday in Sam's Kareoke bar, drinking away with a Cork lad when, after half an hour speaking to each other, realised he was the one who woke me up the previous night. Spent about 10 minutes laughing at that then myself, him and Saint Tom were brought (by a Bob Marley lookalike) to a late bar called Hong Kong which we renamed 'The Danish Sunnybank' until 8 in the morning. 

Between extra flights, extra accommodation and a ridiculous amount of drinking must have spent between €1,000 and €1,500 all in. However, not qualifying last night saved around 5 grand so technically I'm up 3 and a half grand. Joke's on them.

Would agree with the comments above about the Danish locals. Generally the term 'A great bunch of lads' gets thrown about loosely but they deserve that title. And I mean that 100%.


For the brief time that you were in the hotel room, you owe 210e for the damaged table!



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I do in my hole. That was my most sober couple of hours of the whole trip. Whatever you did to that table when I was gone is your own business!
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

There was loads of trouble? Danes beating the crap out of each other, beer thrown everywhere and all the stuff on the pitch.

95% of Danes were sound but a good contingent weren't - chanting you're f**king sh*t going down the street (not in a sound way, aggro enough), no need to rub it in when we were 5-1 down either singing 'you only sing when you're winning'. Lot were very arrogant.

Again, vast majority were spot on but don't get this love in, we've been to places with sounder fans.


Fully agree. Majority were sound but the minority seemed (to me at least) to be more arrogant than the usual minority of idiots in any support.
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