2018 All Ireland Senior Football Championship


#9958

It’s hard to argue they weren’t really. Finished top of the league, won their province and along with Dublin were the only side qualified from the super 8s after 2 games. Dublin beat them in the league final and All-Ireland semi, only other game they lost all year was against Monaghan where they spent the 70 minutes trying to conserve energy.


#9959

The Monaghan game was a dead rubber for Galway. Galway second best team this year after Dublin.


#9960

He’s back!


#9961

What the fuck is that?


#9962

That’s a mugging off.


#9963

Jimmy sees right through McStay.


#9964

You fuckin’ tell him Jimmy!

There’s another one to come…


#9965

I can only imagine how many gems have been lost to the mists of time through non-opportune non-camerawork. Thankfully we have this one.

Jimmy would fit in very well here on the Gaelic football threads with his views.


#9966

He did play it. And in the same line as Kevin McStay, too.

All-Ireland Championship

SEMI-FINAL: Derry 1-11 Mayo 0-11 (Croke Park, 10/8/1980). MAYO: J Reidy; C Dever, P Forde, JJ Gallagher; M McNulty, J Maughan, J Finn (0-1) ; G Geraghty (0-1) , R Flynn; T Grogan (0-2) , J Moylette, J Lindsay; P Collins (0-2) , J Walsh (0-1) , K McStay (0-4) . Sub: J Sloyan for Walsh


#9967

South Mayo, very clannish and parochial. No surprise to see the outsider O’Connor being rounded on.


#9968

Would Jimmy not be more mid-Mayo, or east Mayo at least?


#9969

I would say no, Claremorris is South Mayo heartland. 5 mins out the road and you’re crossing over the River Styx.


#9970

Is Jimmy not from up Louis Walsh’s neck of the woods?


#9971

Sorry to say it and thank fuck we won this year that’s how I would have seen the likes of @dodgy_keeper and @iron_mike in 30 years time