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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzkill View Post
    3 of the best centre halfs in the aul? Would ya come off the stage, says it all about them if playing aul 1 to win a medal is your motivation for the "3 best centre halfs" in the aul
    That's the great thing about football you get your opinion might not be the same as yours but it is an opinion ...mossi groups out anythoughts or opinions lads .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSilvermint View Post
    That's the great thing about football you get your opinion might not be the same as yours but it is an opinion ...mossi groups out anythoughts or opinions lads .
    Big thing I can see is there is 18 teams, what way will the leagues shape up 8 and 10 or will it be 9? Really think itís was a great opportunity to overhaul the whole league make up with Lakewood, Carrig and ballinhassig gone, mad have 2 1st and 3rd divisions and 1 2nd divisions, how will promotion and relegation work?

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    Your a bit mixed up there jake buddy. It's a new striker for satellite he means. They beat abtran 7-4. (Glen beat abtran 5-1) and would have been double figures only for Jordan oconnor in goal. Fine keeper
    Last edited by overthehill; 02/08/2019 at 10:39 AM. Reason: Missing name

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    Quote Originally Posted by overthehill View Post
    Your a bit mixed up there jake buddy. It's a new striker for satellite he means. They beat abtran 7-4. (Glen beat abtran 5-1) and would have been double figures only for Jordan oconnor in goal. Fine keeper
    Thanks for clearing that up overthehill . But that makes the original post that I misinterpreted more bizarre . Satellite are hardly a great side????????????????????
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    Agreed, but you have lads here asking is the cbsl getting as strong as aul and satellite are one of the top sides in that league along with cow and quinlans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overthehill View Post
    Agreed, but you have lads here asking is the cbsl getting as strong as aul and satellite are one of the top sides in that league along with cow and quinlans.
    Aul is poor enough now to ..the doc has a great view .

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    Leagues are up! Must say Iím shocked 13 teams in 1st and 2nd division. Season will be 12 months long

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Leagues are up! Must say Iím shocked 13 teams in 1st and 2nd division. Season will be 12 months long
    Fewer teams more quality in certain sides to many competing for the same players for a long time might be a good thing in the long run or as a mate pointed out to me it's country teams leaving the league maybe a city league is the way forward and a cup competition of both city and country teams during the season .save on the traveling to .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSilvermint View Post
    Fewer teams more quality in certain sides to many competing for the same players for a long time might be a good thing in the long run or as a mate pointed out to me it's country teams leaving the league maybe a city league is the way forward and a cup competition of both city and country teams during the season .save on the traveling to .
    Definitely think a cork cup with all the junior sides in cork and maybe have this as entry to fai/Munster junior cup, something simple like the old cork cup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Definitely think a cork cup with all the junior sides in cork and maybe have this as entry to fai/Munster junior cup, something simple like the old cork cup
    That's going back ....football has moved on all tactical now and faster game now and refs and rules took out the physical side of it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaketheSnake View Post
    Thanks for clearing that up overthehill . Buy that makes the original post that I misinterpreted more bizarre . Satellite are hardly a great side????????????????????
    Any prediction for the season I think knocknaheeny for the league again ..glen for prem A corkbeg div 1 gratan for their league ,...mossi macaroon ,aoh coachford.

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    I said the business league is getting juicer too, after the damage satellite did to the msl teams. The AUL wasnít even mentioned in that comment. Someone else asked is the business league getting stronger or is the aul getting weaker. Again no one stated the business league is as strong as the aul. Just to clarify on that. The aul IS getting weaker as seen by the less teams in it and the business league IS getting stronger as seen by satellite knocking the msl champions and another msl prem team out of the Munster junior cup last season. The top 4 teams in the business league, in my opinion are minimum aul 1, msl 1 level if not higher. Considering these teams donít own their own pitches, donít have youth teams and generally have a short shelf life then thatís a bloody fine achievement what satellite did last season. So rather than get all insecure about what the strongest league is and start someone stating that ďsatellite are hardly are a good sideĒ, letís give credit where itís due. For the record I imagine msl senior is the strongest league as the AUL teams arenít senior. The AUL prem is probably stronger than the MSL prem and the top teams in the business league are probably better than both of those organizations first divisions. Doolans used to play in the msl premier.

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    4 good teams in CBSL, cow, Quinlan’s, satellites and ucc in that order. Not much quality outside of that.

    Predictions

    msl p ringmahon, 1st ucc, 2a Lakewood, 2 blarney.
    aul p knocka, pa Village, 1st donoughmore,2nd grangevale, 3rd pearse b
    cbsl p cow, 1st abtran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junior10 View Post
    I said the business league is getting juicer too, after the damage satellite did to the msl teams. The AUL wasn’t even mentioned in that comment. Someone else asked is the business league getting stronger or is the aul getting weaker. Again no one stated the business league is as strong as the aul. Just to clarify on that. The aul IS getting weaker as seen by the less teams in it and the business league IS getting stronger as seen by satellite knocking the msl champions and another msl prem team out of the Munster junior cup last season. The top 4 teams in the business league, in my opinion are minimum aul 1, msl 1 level if not higher. Considering these teams don’t own their own pitches, don’t have youth teams and generally have a short shelf life then that’s a bloody fine achievement what satellite did last season. So rather than get all insecure about what the strongest league is and start someone stating that “satellite are hardly are a good side”, let’s give credit where it’s due. For the record I imagine msl senior is the strongest league as the AUL teams aren’t senior. The AUL prem is probably stronger than the MSL prem and the top teams in the business league are probably better than both of those organizations first divisions. Doolans used to play in the msl premier.
    Doolans used to play in the MSL Premier??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Definitely think a cork cup with all the junior sides in cork and maybe have this as entry to fai/Munster junior cup, something simple like the old cork cup
    A great idea Dr , enter all AUL, MSL junior and Business league teams into one cup . Then maybe let the semi finalists of both into both FAI and MJC . A trophy to play for would make it interesting with the winner being able to boast about being the best Junior side in Cork . What way would it affect the fees though as the FAI and MJC would want their fees two the greedy so and so's

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    Fai are getting €10 per player now with the fai.net registration that should be enough for them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Fai are getting €10 per player now with the fai.net registration that should be enough for them!
    Should but wont!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    Fai are getting €10 per player now with the fai.net registration that should be enough for them!
    Itís only Ä2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. football View Post
    4 good teams in CBSL, cow, Quinlan’s, satellites and ucc in that order. Not much quality outside of that.

    Predictions

    msl p ringmahon, 1st ucc, 2a Lakewood, 2 blarney.
    aul p knocka, pa Village, 1st donoughmore,2nd grangevale, 3rd pearse b
    cbsl p cow, 1st abtran.
    It's a big year for the Aul and if its not competitve it could descend into a farce.

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    Doolans were Mayfield in msl premier

    Quote Originally Posted by JaketheSnake View Post
    Doolans used to play in the MSL Premier??
    And satellite that you said were hardly a great side????? Knocked msl prem champions out of Munster junior cup, knocked Cobh wanders out 5-1 and only went out to Avondale either by 1 goal or pens (all 3 teams msl prem). I would consider they are a great side for cork junior standard last season.

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