Interview with Plastic Sheeting last night.
It appears that The Animal Kingdom have stumped up and retained the services of Max Clifford, Enid Blyton and Hans Christian Anderson to come to the rescue of their dauphin, Paul Galvin.
Sorry Sorry Sorry, I was fustrated, I trained all winter, I was looking foward to the game, I had no league campaign, I was honoured and priviliged, I’ve set a bad example to the kids, sorry sorry sorry.
Paul, even for a savage of your extreme level, I know you can read; READ THIS
FUCK OFF. And you can get Tom Humphries out of your arse and shove his “more sinned against than sinning” up there instead.
You are smart enough to know that it is not your reputation that runs ahead of you onto the field. Its your behaviour. Accept that and call it a day.
You dare to apologise and then say you’ve set a bad example for all the kids and youngsters at the game and those who look up to you. How dare you. What about the example your thuggery is setting to your team mates, your peers and your colleagues.
How dare you call yourself a role model, which is exactly what you did. Be a man at least, and leave the game, its players, its supporters and its organisation alone.
I doubt anyone in the Irish Times will be interested in glamourising your tattoos today. But I’m more pissed off at the RTE news team applying licence payers resourses to record and broadcast your fairytale contritions. In fact, that I’m on the same side of Joe Brolly is more newsworthy in my opinion.
Note to professional lurkers: Feel free to lift the above. Mairegangaire@ireland.com