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Kim Buckley writes:

“Team Gibraltar [ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier against Ireland at Lansdowne Road Nua on Saturday] just hanging out in the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre [Dublin] yesterday afternoon….”



Team Gib on Grafton Street, Dublin.

Paul McNulty writes:

“More of the players including one ‘pulling a Balotelli‘…”

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  1. Harchibald

    “Lansdowne Road Nua”

    Give us a break. Are those who think they are refusing to bow to the corporate man not aware that Landsdowne Rd is named after William Petty (petty you say?), a British Prime Minister in the 1780’s.

    British PM’s are not known for their general soundness to the Irish around this time.

    Long live the Aviva. Or Coca Cola. Or Tayto. Or whatever they want to call it.

    1. Formerly known as

      +2014 – 100% behind you Harchibald. Rename the road after a patriot, Thomas Davis comes to mind, not the name chosen by the oppressor.

    2. munkifisht

      Blah blah blah. You know William Petty was Dublin born yea? He also came to power at the same time as Grattan’s Parliament was formed, so keep your anti English bias to a minimum on this one if you please. F**k the corporate sheep, long live Lansdowne.

      1. Harchibald

        I do believe I said British PM. Not English PM. The Scottish would be dreadfully offended.

        And, yes, I do know he was Dublin born. But he hardly rose through the ranks from the slums of Thomas Street now did he?

        1. munkifisht

          You sir, on the 8th of October, 2014 at 12:17 pm stated

          “British PM’s are not known for their general soundness to the Irish around this time”

          To which I would argue the contrary. William Petty came to power at the same time as Grattan’s Parliament, at time of great progress for the representation of Irish Catholics in the political sphere.

          1. Formerly known as


            Why not rename it Petty Road? How much did Petty achieve between 4 July 1782 – 2 April 1783?

            I remember 1829 being the end of the Penal Laws.

            Let’s not pretend any of these gentlemen did anything significant for the ordinary people of Ireland.

    1. munkifisht

      Pure sportsmen. Do like though the Irish Rugby team towering over them in the back of that pic

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