one of the main reasons people despise gga & rogbee is that there is always a shit loads of birds there- mostly munters too- if there are too many birds then the atmosphere is shit- birds are only good for bloweys
I have no problem with women attending sporting events as long as they are not taking the seat of a male sports fan.
One of the most unforgivable sights I have ever seen was at the Ireland v France WCQ in 2006 (I was interested in Irish football at the time), Lansdowne had a capacity of 36,000 at the time so tickets were at an absolute premium and it was the biggest home game since Holland in 2001 and this bloke in front of me arrived in (late) and spent the game with his arm around his bird, kissing her neck and stuff. Disgusting behaviour which still upsets me to this day.
I’m not a rugby fan but it’s probably birds at rugby games that annoy me the most.
While we’re on the topic I’d also ban lads who wear sunglasses to sporting events, was at the Ireland v Italy 5 nations match in Croke Park a few weeks ago, cloudy day and this tool in front of me had his shades on. He also brought his bird. Twat.
Some people on here afraid that their “in dept” knowledge of sport might be shown up by some bird. I often go to hurling matches with the girlfriend, she knows plenty about it and would put a good few of the “experts” on here to shame.
In fairness to the womenfolk, a large number of men who attend sporting events in this country don’t have an absolute fucking clue, information which can garnered after listening to about 3 seconds of their inane bleatings.
However, a woman did once lean over to me at an Ireland match to ask me which number Roy Keane was.