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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:05 am 
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.


I threw a bin bag full of 30 years of Ireland and Ulster Rugby merchandise over the locked back gate
of Ravenhill on Saturday afternoon. I won't be back to Ravenhill till Logan is gone especially after his arrogant interview on bbc1
last night. I will not be back to Aviva either.

I don't think I'm being pathetic, I'm a 60 year old passionate rugby supporter with a valid objection to the dross in charge of my beloved provincial rugby team. I've supported UR since my teens and there's plenty more up here feel like me.

By the way we're not religious, sectarian bigots either.

Christ get a grip on you man, it's two players.


It's about more than 2 players, it's about Shane Logan taking our club in the wrong direction, it's about
the lack of forward planning, it's about getting rid of Pienaar a year too early, it's about not blooding
academy players enough, it's about the erosion of the rugby traditions at our club in favour of profit margins
and I could go on and on and on.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:07 am 
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.


I threw a bin bag full of 30 years of Ireland and Ulster Rugby merchandise over the locked back gate
of Ravenhill on Saturday afternoon. I won't be back to Ravenhill till Logan is gone especially after his
arrogant interview on bbc1 last night. I will not be back to Aviva either.

I don't think I'm being pathetic, I'm a 60 year old passionate rugby supporter with a valid objection to the dross in charge of my beloved provincial rugby team. I've supported UR since my teens and there's plenty more up here feel like me.

By the way we're not religious, sectarian bigots either.



Antrim Hurling from now on for you my friend.


I live in Down. I prefer football to hurling as well.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:08 am 
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unseenwork wrote:
UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan


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Winnie wrote:
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.


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Fritz Lung wrote:
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.


I threw a bin bag full of 30 years of Ireland and Ulster Rugby merchandise over the locked back gate
of Ravenhill on Saturday afternoon. I won't be back to Ravenhill till Logan is gone especially after his
arrogant interview on bbc1 last night. I will not be back to Aviva either.

I don't think I'm being pathetic, I'm a 60 year old passionate rugby supporter with a valid objection to the dross in charge of my beloved provincial rugby team. I've supported UR since my teens and there's plenty more up here feel like me.

By the way we're not religious, sectarian bigots either.



Antrim Hurling from now on for you my friend.


I live in Down. I prefer football to hurling as well.


You're dead right.

Fúck you for 94


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Here can I get one of those shirts. I've this neighbour of mine who has the glad eye and I want to put her off


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Here can I get one of those shirts. I've this neighbour of mine who has the glad eye and I want to put her off



Just take your shirt off.

Sort the problem right out


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Unseenwork lecturing fans on being negative is the definition of irony


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unseenwork wrote:
Winnie wrote:
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.

Said it before if you are the future of Ulster rugby support the club is fvcked


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:18 am 
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Unseenwork lecturing fans on being negative is the definition of irony

Much better mood now that I've finally submitted this tortuous paper of mine, and Ulster are sort of playing well. The world's still mostly shite though. :thumbup:

Anyway, I'm depressed, what's these people's excuses?


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Winnie wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
Winnie wrote:
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UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.

Said it before if you are the future of Ulster rugby support the club is fvcked

How?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:23 am 
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Here can I get one of those shirts. I've this neighbour of mine who has the glad eye and I want to put her off



Just take your shirt off.

Sort the problem right out


Eh I have actually been unwell and that is why they look like that. I am medically unfit.


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I think anyone involved with Ulster rugby can see that Logans Hubris has backfired in a big way and he needs to step aside but the question is for what and who?
a lot of the UAFC crowd seem to be fairly backward looking and don't seem to realise that a return to "the good old days" is not on the cards.
The Branch administratively is a shambles, there are local development officers doing great work but there seems to be little in the way of a cohesive strategy to develop the player stream that's out there in the non traditional rugby areas.
So how do Ulster move forward?


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Ulster in can't run its own affairs shocker


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I feel sorry for Tommy Bowe. A legend like him deserves to go out to a standing ovation from a packed Ravers, not mired in all this bullshit.


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fudge me, UAFC is an insane place........


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fudge me, UAFC is an insane place........



Link!!!!!!!!!!


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unseenwork wrote:
Winnie wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.

If you're such a great supporter why don't you go to more games then?

Everyone has a right to their opinion.


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feckwanker wrote:
fudge me, UAFC is an insane place........

It's actually pretty mild. A lot of posters couldn't access the forum because it was down for most of the weekend.

It would have been MUCH worse. :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:42 am 
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Don't do it mullet, it's bad for your health. I dipped my toe in and was surprised to learn that I live in a country populated by paedo priests and babies buried in ditches. Came as quite the shock


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Mullet 2 wrote:
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fudge me, UAFC is an insane place........



Link!!!!!!!!!!

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I will not go to this game as a protest, the action of BFN are akin to the bad days that paramilitaries excited people from this country forcing men and women to leave their jobs and families, KELLIE TURTLE a I hope you are happy today that you have ruined families lives. You have taken sons , and brothers away from their mothers and sisters, and you claim you represent women , no you don’t,, you repres3nt what ever protest comes next, something sad must have happened in your life, I feel sorry for the influence your bitterness will bring on to others around you.
Let's be quite clear here. Given alleged the connections to the alleged victim I doubt these fellas wouldn't have been run out by the paras


http://uafc.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=19582


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Willie Falloon wrote:
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Winnie wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.

If you're such a great supporter why don't you go to more games then?

Everyone has a right to their opinion.

Oh I wouldn't proclaim to be the world's greatest supporter, just these people have lost their collective minds! Yes though everyone does have a right to an opinion, just not all of them are good opinions.


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:lol: :lol: :lol: That is super

Edit: as in UAFC


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:lol: :lol: :lol: That is super

Isn't it just. You can almost feel the spittle.


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What's BFN?


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unseenwork wrote:
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unseenwork wrote:
Winnie wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
UAFC's back up, and Jesus H Christ it's absolute madness, seriously pathetic stuff like talking about handing their shirts in to Bank of Ireland branches and Vodafone shops.

Go easy
Not everyone has the courage to be a virtue signaling social justice warrior like your good self

Right on maaaaaaan

The state of you Winnie. :lol:

If anyone can be said to be virtue signalling it's these fans having a strop.

If you're such a great supporter why don't you go to more games then?

Everyone has a right to their opinion.

Oh I wouldn't proclaim to be the world's greatest supporter, just these people have lost their collective minds! Yes though everyone does have a right to an opinion, just not all of them are good opinions.



that and you seem far too reasonable - there must be a Belfast Branch of the Munster supporters club you could join.

Everyone has a right to their opinion but not to their facts.


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Lancaster has been talking up JGP so it sounds like he's starting on Saturday.. x(


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Jesus. What a shithole.

Possibly worse than the Welsh.


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What's BFN?

Dunno. I guess the F is feminist anyway. Maybe Belfast Feminist Network?


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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).


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Don't do it mullet, it's bad for your health. I dipped my toe in and was surprised to learn that I live in a country populated by paedo priests and babies buried in ditches. Came as quite the shock

Now uafc is mental, especially given what's happened over the past couple of weeks but that's just stupidity.


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:lol: :lol: :lol: That is super

Isn't it just. You can almost feel the spittle.


Look everybody wants their pound of flesh in this saga. Logan will get moved and Ulster will go on being Ulster. If anything has been underlined by all this is they are not for changing.


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CM11 wrote:
What's BFN?


Belfast Feminist Network or some other paramilitary organisation...


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that and you seem far too reasonable - there must be a Belfast Branch of the Munster supporters club you could join.

Everyone has a right to their opinion but not to their facts.


Tbf, unseen has said he won't really support Ireland until we stop picking poaches so he's not that reasonable!


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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


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boringperson12 wrote:
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What's BFN?


Belfast Feminist Network or some other paramilitary organisation...


Well, at least we're dodging some of the bullets down here.......


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earl the beaver wrote:
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Don't do it mullet, it's bad for your health. I dipped my toe in and was surprised to learn that I live in a country populated by paedo priests and babies buried in ditches. Came as quite the shock

Now uafc is mental, especially given what's happened over the past couple of weeks but that's just stupidity.


And it was far from an isolated case!


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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


The whole thing is starting to turn into a small car crash


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Diego wrote:
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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


Especially with the width that Scarlets play with.


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Diego wrote:
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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


Looked speedy enough against Sarries.

While Lowe may be speedier, it really isn't what he uses most. Nacewa is fairly close in comparison with more defensive nous, IMO.


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