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    Diluted atmosphere

    There'll be so many w**kers on a day out on saturday that the
    atmosphere will inevitably be diluted.
    I know knobjockey in work-he's a gaa head who campaigned in his
    club against opening up croker- going with another of his buddies who's
    never seen munster play.
    You'll ave the likes of Bertie and the rest aswell, it's a disgrace to all
    those who've trekked across europe and beyond over the last ten years
    and those hardy few who used to show up for the interpro's back in the
    day ( I dont include myself eventhough I've attended many Munster
    games since 1989)

    #2
    Same here, guys from work who wouldn't know Trevor Halsted from Trevor Steven are doing the corporate thing. <Fume>

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      #3
      Joe, I have to say this - your posts are depressing.

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        #4

        Originally posted by Dermot G
        Joe, I have to say this - your posts are depressing.
        Yeah, you're always glum. What's with that?

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          #5
          sucking lemons again

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            #6
            it'll make ye very bitter

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              #7


              Originally posted by Dermot G
              Joe, I have to say this - your posts are depressing.

              He's not Joeglum for nothing ! But he is right, there will be plentythere who are only going for the social occasion. I've no problem with non-rugby people going to Munster games, as long as they get behind the team.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Point

                Originally posted by Dermot G
                Joe, I have to say this - your
                posts are depressing.

                He's not Joeglum for nothing ! But he is right, there will be
                plenty*there who are only going for the social occasion. I've no problem
                with non-rugby people going to Munster games, as long as they get
                behind the team.
                and I think that fact alone merits a (another) glum post
                [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]

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                  #9
                  iblame all the lunsters going to the game, they don't have a clue.[img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by joeglum
                    Originally posted by Point

                    Originally posted by Dermot G
                    Joe, I
                    have to say this - your
                    posts are depressing.

                    He's not Joeglum for nothing ! But he is right, there will be
                    plenty*there who are only going for the social occasion. I've no
                    problem
                    with non-rugby people going to Munster games, as long as they get
                    behind the team.
                    and I think that fact alone merits a (another) glum post
                    [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]
                    But he is right, there will be
                    plenty*there who are only going for the social occasion-just that bit I
                    mena, sorry

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                      #11
                      erah feck it they have always been there, it s a shame but the atmosphere will still be dynamite.

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                        #12

                        Originally posted by joeglum
                        I know knobjockey in work-he's a gaa head who campaigned in his

                        club against opening up croker- going with another of his buddies who's

                        never seen munster play.
                        I'm not starting a "I deserve a ticket more than.." thread - I don't begrudge them a thing, but how are they getting their hands on tickets? Even with a season ticket, and the friends and contacts one builds up over time, tickets still seem to be scarcer than hen's teeth.
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                          #13
                          a significant number of them "seem" to have fallen into the hands of
                          large companies

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                            #14
                            Know a few guys who haven't been to a game since Sale last year who'll be taking their place at TP once again for the annual January Munster experience.[img]smileys/mad.gif[/img]

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                              #15


                              Nowt to do with the clubs, trust me[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
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