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    End of Tolka Shels to the AUL

    According to Paul Hyland in the Herald anyway.

    http://www.herald.ie/sport/soccer/ir...a-1489059.html

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    So they aren't even getting enough to build a stand?

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    Yea if its in that rag the Herald and written by Hyland it has to be true

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickyjoe View Post
    Yea if its in that rag the Herald and written by Hyland it has to be true
    Exactly, you cannot believe this until someone reports it in the media or we hear it from someone from the club.

    I'll close the thread until we know its true.
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