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Dart-stopping football.

Lansdowne Road, 1989.

Republic of Ireland play Hungary in a successful Italia ’90 qualifier with Kevin Sheedy (in green) and Hungary’s Imre Garaba (at right).

Grace O’Sullivan tweetz:

Couldn’t beat the atmosphere in the delightfully quaint ‘old Landsdowne’ – have some great memories of matches there!

In fairness.

Damn you Delaney and your wretched Champagne.

Pic via LearnEnglishThroughFootball


This morning.

Want a Dart at Croker?

Ruadan MaEoin writes:

Irish Rail plan to route the Maynooth DART by Croke Park (see  above and link below) but not stop there.

I am trying to get word out that if individuals simply put in a two liner email to DARTmaynooth@IrishRail.ie by this Thursday October 15, it could really help to get a DART station at Croke Park on track!

DART+ West Emerging Preferred Option (Irish Rail)

Ah now.

Yesterday evening.

Jayus Kayus writes:

I was on a DART going to Bray [County Wicklow] when I spotted this bozo who decided it would be a good idea to take his left runner off and put his sweaty-socked foot on the seat in front of him!

Previously: The Feet of Shame

Meanwhile…

Dart drivers fear for lives as ‘bandits’ attack trains (RTÉ)