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    I just want to point out that our underage kids have to pay for their own kit.

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    Would that not be true at most clubs? Supplying them all would be seriously expensive.

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    Any statements of support for John Delaney in yet from Denis O'Connor, Eric Mao, Tom Coughlan?
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    What's solidarity money for?

    Bear in mind the teams train in the county until the clocks go back then into Hogan park for the rest of the year.

    So that would give an indication of the money spent on facilities in the last couple of years...

    Pat makes a virtue of the underage. Id be quietly confident he hasn't spent much more on it in the last couple of years than I have.

    So I just wanted to make the point.

    Is it really the norm for league of Ireland u19s u17s u15s etc to be paying out for their training gear??

    That's actually ****in sad if true. I would have said shameful but then it's Irish football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr A View Post
    Would that not be true at most clubs? Supplying them all would be seriously expensive.
    I wouldn't think so, socks, shorts, tracksuit top and bottoms at minimum are given to players at most clubs free of charge from what I've heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lim till i die View Post
    What's solidarity money for?

    Bear in mind the teams train in the county until the clocks go back then into Hogan park for the rest of the year.

    So that would give an indication of the money spent on facilities in the last couple of years...

    Pat makes a virtue of the underage. Id be quietly confident he hasn't spent much more on it in the last couple of years than I have.

    So I just wanted to make the point.

    Is it really the norm for league of Ireland u19s u17s u15s etc to be paying out for their training gear??

    That's actually ****in sad if true. I would have said shameful but then it's Irish football.
    It is as far as I am aware and its a ****ing mockery of being selected for a League of Ireland team... thank you for the honour of billing me 400 euros

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    Don't think Harps underage sides pay for their own gear. When the Harps Academy first started up, they had to pay for training gear, but that was a separate entity from the national league clubs. Don't think they pay any more either.

    Clubs underage sides have their own sponsors who supply training gear to the teams.

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    As far as i know all of Athlone's underage players have to pay a €20 a week DD to the club for the privilege of playing for the club. May have changed but it was this way in the past

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    Quote Originally Posted by athloneman View Post
    As far as i know all of Athlone's underage players have to pay a €20 a week DD to the club for the privilege of playing for the club. May have changed but it was this way in the past
    €20 a week !
    If they are paying that they are off there heads.

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    My lad played with an inter-league side before we moved away and we paid 80€ a term all-in. I was happy to pay it, and for what he received I think it was worth it.
    He got shorts, socks, full tracksuit, training twice a week, and a weekend game every fortnight. That was at under 12's and in Dublin.
    That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age

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    Regards the statement O'Sullivan sent, the Blue Army are claiming on FB that they've had at least a few pullouts from their bus to Galway this weekend over it. The whole thing boggles the mind - it's just such a patently unnecessary statement to make. When is he leaving!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverFeltBetter View Post
    Regards the statement O'Sullivan sent, the Blue Army are claiming on FB that they've had at least a few pullouts from their bus to Galway this weekend over it. The whole thing boggles the mind - it's just such a patently unnecessary statement to make. When is he leaving!?
    I hope they've made that fact clear to the club through all available channels - including social media, to shame them publicly.

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    Waterford feel the need to join the JD love in.
    All hail Delaney

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    I am glad that Lee Power and Pat O Sullivan, too people who have invested/given a lot of their money to the LoI, have come out and put on record their support for J. Delaney, hope more will follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsMiseSean View Post
    Waterford feel the need to join the JD love in.
    All hail Delaney
    Just waiting for the Bray statement, and which tinpot dictator Delaney will be compared (favorably?) to.
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    Pretty balance view here from John O'Sullivan: https://www.the42.ie/john-osullivan-...78209-Apr2019/

    As he points out, it's easy to understand how he has so much support from individual clubs etc. but it doesn't excuse him from anything.

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    Some say Pat OSullivan was probably pressured into his Limerick love Delaney statement, hopefully it's that or hopefully he genuinely forgot everything Delaney did to Limerick but I fear Pat wont go at the end of the season as agreed and is just licking Delaneys h0le!!!

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    Seem to have deleted my post by accident. Limerick players or at least some of them have not been paid in full for at least a couple of weeks. Sounds like major off field issues at the club again. Mike Ahern on Twitter offers a good run down of the latest saga and how it's come about

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    Disappointing, but not surprising really. Things are in such a state in the club. We need a clean break, even if it means sticking at or near the foot of the FD for a while.

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    Johnny Ward tweeting to say he's been in touch with Betting companies about the Limerick game the other night and points to some suspect defending in the highlights. I was at the game, nothing seemed overly fishy. Obviously a clear lack of effort from some Limerick players but I wouldn't suggest anymore than that

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