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    Training in Croke Park Today

    Anyone know

    a) What time the team are training in Croke Park today?

    b) If general riff raff like myself would be allowed in to have a look?

    If worse comes to worst (?? never wrote that expression before is it correct??!) I can see one of the goalposts from the offices on the top floor so I'll let you know how O'Gara is doing later on.




    #2
    No admittance,apparently it is a behind closed doors session

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      #3
      Ah thats a shame. Closed door session? Who do they think they are? I remember when they'd be training in a feckin field with only a few Ford Escorts blocking peoples views.



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        #4
        Aoifs will have a birds eye view

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          #5
          Trained yesterday aswell, No pics allowed, training was "loud & aggressive"

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            #6
            Neither loudness nor aggression have any place in Croke Park. Shows a total lack of respect, and I daresay, gratitude.
            Grandpa Simpson: The last time the meteors came, we thought the sky was on fire. Naturally, we blamed the Irish. We hanged more \'n a few.

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              #7
              Just tried to get in, no luck.

              Also, Elverys frog marched me out the door when I asked did they sell Munster hats!! Did I say something wrong?

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                #8
                You were lucky you didn't get a hurley bent over your head.
                Grandpa Simpson: The last time the meteors came, we thought the sky was on fire. Naturally, we blamed the Irish. We hanged more \'n a few.

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                  #9


                  Originally posted by Chief
                  Neither loudness nor aggression have any place in Croke Park. Shows a total lack of respect, and I daresay, gratitude.

                  Yeah,who do they think they are,Aussie Rules players?
                  The early bird catches the worm but it's the second mouse that gets the cheese.

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                    #10
                    The Aussies can't help it. Convict genes and all that.
                    Grandpa Simpson: The last time the meteors came, we thought the sky was on fire. Naturally, we blamed the Irish. We hanged more \'n a few.

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                      #11


                      Originally posted by RobbieG
                      Trained yesterday aswell, No pics allowed, training was "loud & aggressive"

                      Imagine that's to ensure the GAA's hackles don't get raised (what are hackles anyway? Can you lower them???) as they were after the Gaffer and Sir Bobby got their mugshots taken in the place. The IRFU are playing a blinder in keeping the GAA onside, solo runs re stadia by Garrett FitzGerald and Mick Dawson aside.
                      \"This year is different because this year they won\'t beat snow off a rope. They\'ll revert back to type and get 6 shades of s**t bate out of them in the group stages of the HEC ...\" Tobyglen 21 Sept 2010

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                        #12

                        Originally posted by Combatlogo

                        Originally posted by RobbieG
                        Trained yesterday aswell, No pics allowed, training was "loud & aggressive"

                        Imagine that's to ensure the GAA's hackles don't get raised (what are hackles anyway? Can you lower them???) as they were after the Gaffer and Sir Bobby got their mugshots taken in the place. The IRFU are playing a blinder in keeping the GAA onside, solo runs re stadia by Garrett FitzGerald and Mick Dawson aside.
                        yeah, though will ask if we can get a pic of the posts up in croker, when the squad is gone.. love to post that and watch the some GAA gombeen have a stroke with the fury..

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                          #13
                          I'd imagine its more to do with not having pictures of players going for each other than with keeping the GAA onside.
                          Grandpa Simpson: The last time the meteors came, we thought the sky was on fire. Naturally, we blamed the Irish. We hanged more \'n a few.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Combatlogo


                            Originally posted by RobbieG
                            Trained yesterday aswell, No pics allowed, training was "loud & aggressive"

                            Imagine that's to ensure the GAA's hackles don't get raised (what are hackles anyway? Can you lower them???) as they were after the Gaffer and Sir Bobby got their mugshots taken in the place. The IRFU are playing a blinder in keeping the GAA onside, solo runs re stadia by Garrett FitzGerald and Mick Dawson aside.


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                            “Well done, Paul – that was some performance by Munster. A famous victory!”
                            <font color=RED>“It was unreal!”</font>
                            “and what about those wonderful supporters, Paul – what have you got to say about them?”
                            <font color=RED>“they were unreal!”</font>
                            “Well congratulations Paul – you’ve been voted man of the match today. How does that feel?”
                            <font color=RED>Unreal</font>”

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                              #15


                              Originally posted by SkibRed
                              Just tried to get in, no luck.

                              Also, Elverys frog marched me out the door when I asked did they sell Munster hats!! Did I say something wrong?

                              Go to Croke Park and tell them you are thinking of having your Wedding reception in one of their new function rooms. You get brought up to see them and they have a fantastic view of the pitch. From there its up to you.

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