CRAZYDAVE wrote:Ask anyone that knows me and they will tell you my feelings about any form of GAA. Forced to play it in school, can't stand it now. No gripes with the players, just the so called followers. I believe that some of the referees in GAA make Nigel Whitehouse and Rob Dickson look good !!!
Sounds like someone was so bad at GAA he never got picked. Forced to sit on the sidelines and watch how the game should be played eh?
CRAZYDAVE wrote:From my experience, many Hill 16 dwellers have the IQ of a retarded amoeba, don't know where the home grounds of Whitehall, Ballymun or Parnell's are located and are only there because its a fashionable things to go out with your mates, get pissed knacker drinking in Fairview/Griffith Park, arrive at the ground 15 minutes after the game has started, sing racist songs, and leave the same game 20 minutes before its over. The usual call sign of this genus is "Awritebudd", "Deadlybuzz", or if aggressive "Watchagonnadooabourit". Late night sightings have included the synchronised technicoulour decoration including Lager/Cider/Chips/chinese, all combined to create little pizzas "all over the shop".
Eh, I'm a massive Dublin fan and I'm on the Hill at every game but I'm also on the terrace at every Leinster game too. I'm torn between affluence and retarded amoeba. Please help me Crazy Dave as I feel your expert knowledge is required here ... NOT! Please take your head out of your hole and stop stereotyping. Every county has their share of bad fans Bandwagoners, know it alls, drunks etc etc). When is the last Dublin game you were at in Croke Park or even Parnell Park? The 10,000 strong in Parnell Park are the same fans you'd meet on the Hill in Croker. A majority of these are decent, honest and hard working fans who all share a passion and a love for Dublin football.
CRAZYDAVE wrote:Don't get me wrong, the Dubs are not the worst. That proud distinction falls to the knickle grazed Armagh crowd.
The ex was from Armagh. Last year I went to about 6 Armagh games. Sure, the team play tough and maybe a little too hot-headed at times but they are one of the best followed teams in the country. To be able to bring 40,000 fans down to Croker for and Ulster Final Vs Tyrone is something to be proud of. Again, I think you should go and experience this properly rather than obviously making your judgements on stories or fables.