Big weekend for the Faithful!

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Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby josemourinho » Thu Jun 15, 2017 4:39 pm

Despite the negative vibes right round the county at present,i believe all real OFFALY supporters need to get to Mullingar on Sat and P'laoise on Sun and give our boys the backing they deserve,let the post mortems afterwards look after themselves.
Do we doubt that they will give 100%.........NO
Are they all representing our great county........YES
SO LETS GET BEHIND THEM.......COME ON OFFALY.
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Re: Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby allstar2010 » Thu Jun 15, 2017 5:35 pm

Both teams deserved to be thrown out of the championship for the crap that was on show last Sunday! That game was an insult to football.
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Re: Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby Kevin » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:02 pm

Good luck to both teams.

Run the maroons ragged!!
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Re: Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby substandard » Thu Jun 15, 2017 10:36 pm

Best of luck to both panels. Give it a lash- if you go down itself, go down battling: Gung Ho, Gung Ho, Gung Ho!!!
(Full Metal Jacket was on last night!!!)
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Re: Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby josemourinho » Fri Jun 16, 2017 10:33 am

I hear one change for the footballers ,Conor McNamee for the injured Eoin Carroll.
I had hoped that Bernard Allen might have started,arguably our best forward in the League and got less than 10 mins last week.
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Re: Big weekend for the Faithful!

Postby Lone Shark » Sat Jun 17, 2017 9:59 am

josemourinho wrote:I hear one change for the footballers ,Conor McNamee for the injured Eoin Carroll.
I had hoped that Bernard Allen might have started,arguably our best forward in the League and got less than 10 mins last week.


I'd be surprised if there aren't more switches come throw in. I'd like to see the Panda in there myself, plus barring injury, I'd have Joey O'Connor on board as well, since Mullingar is a way tighter pitch and there's going to be a lot more scrapping and tackling in the middle third. Either way, I'd be amazed if Flanagan isn't contemplating a few more alterations too.
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