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There was nothing in any of that “brawl”
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Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”

Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 
2 in a row and we won it in Tallaght
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Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”

Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 

A player got pushedShocked That's terrible.
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Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”

Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 

A player got pushedShocked That's terrible.

By Rovers manager...You think its acceptable for a manager to push a player?

Imagine Kenny had of pushed Finn

They would be calling for jail time for him in Tallaght
2 in a row and we won it in Tallaght
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Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”


Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 


A player got pushedShocked That's terrible.


By Rovers manager...You think its acceptable for a manager to push a player?

Imagine Kenny had of pushed Finn

They would be calling for jail time for him in Tallaght
If Finn was acting the galoot, why not.
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Originally posted by Onyd Onyd wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”


Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 


A player got pushedShocked That's terrible.


By Rovers manager...You think its acceptable for a manager to push a player?

Imagine Kenny had of pushed Finn

They would be calling for jail time for him in Tallaght
If Finn was acting the galoot, why not.

So you are saying, you dont think its a disgrace that your manager pushed an opposition player?

That sums you up!
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dudnalk/Twoinarow and Live@Oriel on twitter have to be the same person. Theres no way two of those clowns exist Confused
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Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

dudnalk/Twoinarow and Live@Oriel on twitter have to be the same person. Theres no way two of those clowns exist Confused
 
Aye reckon you're right.  Live@oriel likely to be denied entry next time in Tallaght due to his obnoxiousness and fibs.  What a tool he is.
 
Seems flummoxed and offended that football fans would verbally abuse oppo fans and coaches, well I never.
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Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Onyd Onyd wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

Originally posted by Twoinarow Twoinarow wrote:

Originally posted by Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah wrote:

There was nothing in any of that “brawl”


Apart from their Manager pushing one of our players! 


A player got pushedShocked That's terrible.


By Rovers manager...You think its acceptable for a manager to push a player?

Imagine Kenny had of pushed Finn

They would be calling for jail time for him in Tallaght
If Finn was acting the galoot, why not.


So you are saying, you dont think its a disgrace that your manager pushed an opposition player?

That sums you up!
Yes it does. I am happy that the manager stood up to you. Previous ones didn't.
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Fair enough, Id hope Stephen Kenny (im pretty sure he wouldnt) resort to pushing opposition players!
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Webster out with a broken foot and Lopes has a broken nose but Rovers are the nasty team. Wacko


Good to see this as well. More players getting added to it next season too. Leading the way as alwaysClap 


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Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:


 
Good to see this as well. More players getting added to it next season too. Leading the way as alwaysClap 
 
Fair play and all but I wouldn't say this is exactly new. Other clubs have been doing similar initiates for years. I know that Sligo Rovers have helped boys move to local primary schools in Sligo and have paid for third level college fees as part of a scholarship with IT Sligo. 
 
All these are started with the best of intentions but when they don't bear fruit pretty quickly they are considered unsustainable in the LOI. Case in point would be Shamrock B. Not having a go because it is the way forward for the LOI, no doubt about that.
 
For us I think the scholarship with IT Sligo is the way to go for us considering we train in the IT sometimes ... bring a young Irish lad who has become disillusioned with English system and offer him third level education and a decent standard of ball.
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Originally posted by GoneToShowgies GoneToShowgies wrote:

Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:


 
Good to see this as well. More players getting added to it next season too. Leading the way as alwaysClap 

 
Fair play and all but I wouldn't say this is exactly new. Other clubs have been doing similar initiates for years. I know that Sligo Rovers have helped boys move to local primary schools in Sligo and have paid for third level college fees as part of a scholarship with IT Sligo. 
 
All these are started with the best of intentions but when they don't bear fruit pretty quickly they are considered unsustainable in the LOI. Case in point would be Shamrock B. Not having a go because it is the way forward for the LOI, no doubt about that.
 
For us I think the scholarship with IT Sligo is the way to go for us considering we train in the IT sometimes ... bring a young Irish lad who has become disillusioned with English system and offer him third level education and a decent standard of ball.


As GoneToShowgies says this is not 'new'. Nor is it 'leading''leading the way' 'leading by example' 'leading from the front' nor is it 'pioneering' 'original' 'cutting-edge' 'radical' not 'innovative' nor 'inventive'.
One example, UCD AFC's first scholarship Player was Keith Dignam in 1979, he won a national cup and appeared in UEFA Club Competition in 1984. His 18 year old son Mark Dignam appeared in UEFA Club competition last month and is due to play again next week. All appearances from both Dignams contributing to IRL Football.

The list of three Players Bolger(21), Dillon (24) and Bazuonu (25) appears to be listed by squad number and not alphabethically nor position.
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Sorry I forgot other clubs has 15 year olds training full time during the dayThumbs Up My apologies lads.
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Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:

Sorry I forgot other clubs has 15 year olds training full time during the dayThumbs Up My apologies lads.


We do
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Originally posted by GoneToShowgies GoneToShowgies wrote:

Originally posted by Los Aros Los Aros wrote:


 
Good to see this as well. More players getting added to it next season too. Leading the way as alwaysClap 

 
Fair play and all but I wouldn't say this is exactly new. Other clubs have been doing similar initiates for years. I know that Sligo Rovers have helped boys move to local primary schools in Sligo and have paid for third level college fees as part of a scholarship with IT Sligo. 
 
All these are started with the best of intentions but when they don't bear fruit pretty quickly they are considered unsustainable in the LOI. Case in point would be Shamrock B. Not having a go because it is the way forward for the LOI, no doubt about that.
 
For us I think the scholarship with IT Sligo is the way to go for us considering we train in the IT sometimes ... bring a young Irish lad who has become disillusioned with English system and offer him third level education and a decent standard of ball.
I think the full academy model of young feklows training full time then going to school and getting a leaving is new. These aren't chaps coming back. Thewe are chaps not going in the first place

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