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Originally posted by Trapped Trapped wrote:

Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

What w*nker said that?

Arsehole.

You don't need balls to watch football.

You certainly don't need them to play for Scotland.
 
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Originally posted by Butch Butch wrote:

Shocked to hear a grown man say straight to a girls face at the game ..: What a waste of a ticket !!!
more than likely was the same p***k that said the exact same to my missus the day of the game as we asked them for any spares.
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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

What w*nker said that?

Arsehole.

You don't need balls to watch football.
No but you need them to play
When all is said and done there is nothing left to say or do
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Originally posted by DUBLIN DOC DUBLIN DOC wrote:

Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

What w*nker said that?

Arsehole.

You don't need balls to watch football.
No but you need them to play


Even the Ladies game needs balls
I know nothing :-)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Denis Irwin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Oct 2017 at 12:32pm
Originally posted by Trapped Trapped wrote:

Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

What w*nker said that?

Arsehole.

You don't need balls to watch football.

You certainly don't need them to play for Scotland.






Two qualifications in a row they had it in their hands and blew it
Eamonn Dunphy:I'll tell you who wrote that,Rod Liddle. He's the fella who left his wife and ran off with a young wan

Bill: Ah ye can't be saying that now Eamonn
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Personally don't like when people take your seat. We were in nice and early but went out for a pint 10mins before the start. When we came back had to kick 2 lads out of our seats. If you don't want to go to your own place just stand in the Isle. I'm not standing in the Isle anyway. It's a pain in the arse with people constantly pushing past.
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

Personally don't like when people take your seat. We were in nice and early but went out for a pint 10mins before the start. When we came back had to kick 2 lads out of our seats. If you don't want to go to your own place just stand in the Isle. I'm not standing in the Isle anyway. It's a pain in the arse with people constantly pushing past.


So say you and your mate had not secured seats together would you not like to be able to stand with him / her
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Originally posted by greenforever greenforever wrote:

Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

Personally don't like when people take your seat. We were in nice and early but went out for a pint 10mins before the start. When we came back had to kick 2 lads out of our seats. If you don't want to go to your own place just stand in the Isle. I'm not standing in the Isle anyway. It's a pain in the arse with people constantly pushing past.


So say you and your mate had not secured seats together would you not like to be able to stand with him / her
Would you be off the same opinion if your seats were sh*te eireland?
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You'd know you've never stood in a proper football ground so Eireland...
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

Personally don't like when people take your seat. We were in nice and early but went out for a pint 10mins before the start. When we came back had to kick 2 lads out of our seats. If you don't want to go to your own place just stand in the Isle. I'm not standing in the Isle anyway. It's a pain in the arse with people constantly pushing past.

Tickets usually say if you're not in your seat for the 15 mins before the game it cant be guaranteed, nobody but yourself to blame

Free for all works best - people get to sit where they like and with their friends, those who come earliest get best seats, don't really see the downside.
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I only see this problem at Ireland away matches. I've had sh*t seats at most aways I've been at. Probably why I've not had this problem before. And I'm happy to take a them. If me and my mates were split up and we wanted to stand together we'd use the Isle instead of someone else's seat.

You can say it's a free for all but I seen loads get kicked out of their seats and rightfully so. Obviously a lot of people don't see it as a FFA.

At the euros and matches in the Aviva this never happens. Only at Ireland aways. I'll continue to tell anyone in my seat where to go whether it's in a sh*t spot or not.
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

I only see this problem at Ireland away matches. I've had sh*t seats at most aways I've been at. Probably why I've not had this problem before. And I'm happy to take a them. If me and my mates were split up and we wanted to stand together we'd use the Isle instead of someone else's seat.

You can say it's a free for all but I seen loads get kicked out of their seats and rightfully so. Obviously a lot of people don't see it as a FFA.

At the euros and matches in the Aviva this never happens. Only at Ireland aways. I'll continue to tell anyone in my seat where to go whether it's in a sh*t spot or not.

This...at an away. Was probably you next to me. Give over.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Butch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Oct 2017 at 6:29pm
I didn't even look for my seat , we were late and had no one to blame for being late but ourselves . I took one glance up and seen bodies everywhere and said to myself not a chance and took the 1st available standing space .

Moral of the story ... if you want your seats that much then get up to the ground early and claim them
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

I only see this problem at Ireland away matches. I've had sh*t seats at most aways I've been at. Probably why I've not had this problem before. And I'm happy to take a them. If me and my mates were split up and we wanted to stand together we'd use the Isle instead of someone else's seat.

You can say it's a free for all but I seen loads get kicked out of their seats and rightfully so. Obviously a lot of people don't see it as a FFA.

At the euros and matches in the Aviva this never happens. Only at Ireland aways. I'll continue to tell anyone in my seat where to go whether it's in a sh*t spot or not.


It does happen at the Aviva and should of happened at the Euro's last year, great standing in front of a crowd who are siting down.
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Originally posted by eireland eireland wrote:

I only see this problem at Ireland away matches. I've had sh*t seats at most aways I've been at. Probably why I've not had this problem before. And I'm happy to take a them. If me and my mates were split up and we wanted to stand together we'd use the Isle instead of someone else's seat.

You can say it's a free for all but I seen loads get kicked out of their seats and rightfully so. Obviously a lot of people don't see it as a FFA.

At the euros and matches in the Aviva this never happens. Only at Ireland aways. I'll continue to tell anyone in my seat where to go whether it's in a sh*t spot or not.

Where is this Isle you speak of?

Never seen one in a stadium tbh
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Would Bernard Brogan be a regular away traveler for the Irish games ?
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Originally posted by Butch Butch wrote:

Would Bernard Brogan be a regular away traveler for the Irish games ?


Cant imagen so,First time ive ever seen him at an away game
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Originally posted by Butch Butch wrote:

Would Bernard Brogan be a regular away traveler for the Irish games ?

I'd say half the people in the Irish end weren't regular away travellers and a huge chunk of those wouldn't even go to home games. Happens when the FAI gives every junior/schoolboy league in Ireland as many tickets as they wanted.
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