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      1. Frilly Keane

        feckit
        the state of ’em there on Saturday
        maybe hosting the thing is the only way they’re getting into it

        although I don’t know that the problem with having some of the matches in Killarney is
        its a great venue
        and location

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        1. Killian G

          Apparently the technical review group didn’t even visit any stadium other than Aviva, so how they could say the likes of Parc Ui Chaoimh isn’t up to it is a mystery. Stated in the report that Parc Ui Chaoimh’s capacity is 24,000 – it’s mid-40s, in fact. Something odd about that process.

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        2. Killian G

          And I don’t know if you’re messing with your comments about Fitzgerald Stadium, but, if so, I disagree, It was penciled in for some of the smaller, group games. And anyway, Killarney is well set up for big influxes of people – the population swells five-fold during the peak tourist season. Good rail access, coach companies galore and loads accommodation. It’s actually an ideal venue.

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          1. Frilly Keane

            I wasn’t messing

            I know all those Munster grounds like they were me own back garden
            same with the towns around them

            Fitzgerald stadium is a great venue
            Great views
            5 / 10 minute stroll from the Killarney Park 5*
            and on a day like t’day
            the Tourism crowd won’t get better free media

  1. GiggidyGoo

    So LeoLiar can’t establish if a phone call was made? Technology must have taken a retrograde step since Mulherin’s Kenyan foray.

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  2. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Sir Mo Farah — why doesn’t the mud stick? I don’t understand how he is seen as some kind of hero when he isn’t even that good at cheating.

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    1. Owen

      Its laughable at this stage. Missed 3 drug test in 370 days (got away as it was outside 365 days), main training mate (Olympic silver medals) and coach caught for drugs.

      Arise, Sir Mo(re drugs).

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      1. Charger Salmons

        Great chap is Sir Mo.
        Wonderful advertisement for multi-cultural GB.
        Some amount of begrudgers on here although it’s understandable given last night’s latest international failure by Irish sportsmen.

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        1. Bean Dis Hotbitofstuff

          haha so predictable

          You do know a number of the Irish team were born in England don’t you? Celebrating glorious failure like the retreat of Dunkirk is thus, congenital.

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  3. Frilly Keane

    It must be half-day Wednesday stuff
    Bisto and Formerly Known are playing outta’ their skins here this morning

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    1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

      Hey Frilly,

      I am in Australia, it is almost 9pm. Geez, I hope the Socceroos do better than the Boys in Green.

      You will be interested to know that Ireland had a bigger Yes vote for SSM than Australia. Although, The Aussie non-binding survey was a complete waste of time and money.

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      1. Frilly Keane

        you over for the International Rules?

        nice

        part a’ my plan after I win the Lotto is a Melbourne Cup/ International Rules tour
        and maybe a few waves
        if I’m still at it like

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  4. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    I have in Australia for a while. Maybe, Bob Hawke was PM when I arrived.
    Yeah, it is worth the trip.

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  5. Bean Dis Hotbitofstuff

    Where’s Charger and his amuzing jibes about Brexit, England having qualified for the WC but none of the other home nations and whatnot? I love to start my day with a bit of Little Britain myopia

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    1. Naoml

      He’s down the British Legion, guzzling some pints and pork scratchings, playing darts as his lager-lout beer belly causes an eclipse, like all fine English men.

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      1. Papi

        Wondering why the sun now actually does set on th’Empire, and wiping a small tear from the corner of his eye, before drunkenly home to a loveless bungalow.

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  6. Bean Dis Hotbitofstuff

    Where’s the inevitable whiney article from Tony Groves/Rory hearne/random Soc Dem sock puppet giving out about the appalling attitude of that person quoted from Dublin City Council?

    Insert Social Justice Keyboard Warrior here immediately please , do not pass go, collect 100+ ‘thought’s from other clickbait-ridden misanthropes, and hundreds of page views from disaffected can’t pay won’t pay types.

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