Chris Donoghue tweetz:
Nice to know that some of the GAA followers are born-again Neanderthals.
We don’t have enough sexism in this country at a national, institutional and business level so it is nice to see individual knuckle-draggers like this one make a solid contribution to the cause too.
Pity he picked on a woman with 1000s of followers on her GAA Instagram page who promptly shared the exchange.
….but but but it’s ok. In an exciting further exchange of messages, he was able to explain what happened and was sure the law was on his side.
No need for the language.
Thanks Rob G
Above, from left: David Treacy, John Small, Eamonn Dillon and Ciarán Kilkenny
Danish menswear brand Jack & Jones launch their Every Day Hero range, featuring four Dublin GAA Ambassadors; Footballers Ciarán Kilkenny and John Small, and Hurlers David Treacy and Eamonn Dillon.
David Treacy wears a Denim Alvin jacket €79.99, Kevin Mao shirt €39.99, Trevor crew knit €39.99, navy chino €34.99, John Small wears a Gotham wool coat €169.99, Luke rollneck knit €39.99, Liam skinny jeans €49.99, Eamonn Dillon wears Fly hood €39.99, Fly sweatpants €34.99 and Ciarán Kilkenny wears a Black Alvin jacket €79.99, Well shirt €34.99, Will sweatpants €49.99.
Snappy, in fairness.
Anyone seen the new Lidl ad (above)? Another cringey outing for the ‘proudly supporting LADIES’ Gaelic Football’ motto. Last time the ‘ladies’ were impressive-looking club players.This time (above) it’s schoolgirls and teens.
‘LADIES Gaelic Football’? Is there a “GENTLEMEN’S Gaelic Football’ or a ‘LORDS’ Gaelic Football’? It’s ‘WOMEN’S Gaelic Football‘
By Mick Flavin
Neil Houlihan writes:
Article in the Economist about how China is trying to take over soccer has a picture of the chairman kick balls in Croke Park!
I’m not sure if this is an off-side or a square ball?