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11 minutes ago, hughes18 said:

I suspect, as LBL says, it's some sort of Setanta revival. GPJim, are you suggesting the FAI didn't get the memo about the NFSAWP?

:biggrin:

Enter Windsor Park via Windsor Way. :2nil:

They maybe just didn't want everyone turning up at Croke Park

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3 hours ago, hughes18 said:

Anyone got the foggiest idea what this is in relation to?

Are they bringing back the Carling Nations Cup?

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Also seen a suggestion it could be a joint bid to host the 2021 UEFA Euro U21 Championship finals - couldn't find much else out about this other than Hungary is also considering a bid to host it.

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Anyone running supporters buses with spots left? Plan was to take the goldliner but I'm not sure it's a great idea when bringing my 14 yr old son

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16 hours ago, stephenrowley1 said:

You weren't born in FRIENDLY WAY in the 'Strand' by chance Axe (the most ironically named street in the world).

HI Stephen 

are you talking about Cluan pl,No,further down mountpottiger Rd ,

i was born upstairs in 15 perry st .and all my mothers side next st over in Carlton st no longer there .salvation army at each corner no longer there.,facing mountpottinger police station no longer there ,went to Beechfield primary school no longer there .

moved out of the area in a coal lorry in 1971. But my granny stayed in Carlton st till 72 after being born there.

now taken over.

still many good meny  childhood memory's of the 90% of the people that left

went to beech field primary school till grade 6.then dundonald for 4 more ,then cregagh tech for 1/2 a yr ,Mitched  about a year or so in between . Lmao.

but im a hard working Ulster shipyard worker believe it or not now.haha.

cheers for now friend

 

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On October 28, 2018 at 6:24 PM, Jim said:

?

Jeez, you took that rough, Axe?!

Why would you say that Jim,I did put a lol at the end of it mind.

i guess all you north Belfast people stick together lol.

Cliftonville,crues,blues,

you sure a clicky  bunch lol.

 

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Why do the IFA persist in having cordial relations with the FAI?

 

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On 10/30/2018 at 1:12 AM, axebelfast said:

i guess all you north Belfast people stick together lol.

Aye, in mid-table ?

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55 minutes ago, Campbell said:

Why do the IFA persist in having cordial relations with the FAI?

 

seems just to annoy us fans

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55 minutes ago, Campbell said:

Why do the IFA persist in having cordial relations with the FAI?

Generally, if we continue to play in the same competitions we will be drawn to play them from time to time. Also friendlies are more important in international football (even with the NL), and Dublin is easier to organise than Almaty or Yerevan.

Specifically, the IFA (including Michael and the players) like using Dublin's facilities for training camps etc. As Magennis put it, down there you can go straight from hotel to golf course to training pitch without having to board a bus, or even get fully dressed...

Reversing the question, isn't it more surprising that MON still occasionally goes off on one about player poaching?

 

 

 

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Email today with a bit more info on ticket collection!

 

Please be advised that the collection point in Dublin has been confirmed in the vicinity of Southbank Road and further information on both pedestrian and vehicular access as well as collection times will be provided in due course. Please be reminded that photographic ID, Gold Campaign Card (if you are a Silver Campaign Card holder further information will follow) and ticket collection voucher will be required for collection.

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Ticket collection point in Dublin looks to be a remote industrial estate. 

 

I was was thinking it would be in team hotel / hotel near the ground. Safer and more convenient  

Looking at google maps there is damn all in the area, probably going to be a big ticketmaster lorry.

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