Davd, the winds blown, the winds blown, all of my dreams away.
But mind your own club's business.
Organise friendlies, work on your Under-19s, get word going about the GUST project and people will get behind you. Other LOI fans will get behind you. Attacking the two current senior teams just makes you seem petty and turns people against the project!
Why bother? Salthill aren't exactly going places as it is.
Well ye are on the official airtricity league web site as being called Limerick fc http://www.airtricityleague.ie/clubs...on/limerick-fc yet ticketmaster sell tickets for the Man City friendly as Limerick City http://www.ticketmaster.ie/event/180048ECC9CC2E5A . And of course clearly as we are not in a competitive league atm its difficult to put together a team for a one off game.
It wasn't a Oscar traynor team, but it was mainly the same players plus 4 or 5 others such was the small pool of players available in Galway for the match.
No talk of what type of crowds we're expecting but IMHO I would be thinking 150-200 per match.
It is well time for Galway United supporters and forum members to disregard what is going on at other clubs and concentrate on our own club, and our vision for the future.
Over the next few weeks we are involved in a huge match which will celebrate the contribution of Eamon Deacy through Galway United to football in Galway.
We are also launching a representative team for the city and county in the League of Ireland.
Reflecting on our proud past and building for a better future. Come on United !
https://www.facebook.com/KesslerEffect - it's all different now.
Anyone else sick of Limerick fans whinging about the Galway fans whinging?
Whingebags all round.
"Them syreens did this to Pete. They loved him up and turned him into a horny toad."
(You can buy tickets for any of Limerick FC's matches at Jackman Park, which are set up on the club's own account with Ticketmaster. Although, since it was initially set up during the 37 era, that reference still appears in the URL.)
Fight the good fight!
(Now with my very own account on foot.ie - How cool am I? - 15/02/07)