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Paddy confirmed at USAP

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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:02 am

Bart S wrote:
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Liz Fraser wrote:Exactly what I said they couldn't stick their head out publically because they were afeared.


Exactly Liz, yella Paddybastards, entirely gutless, if they had all Stood Up for the Ulstermen what would the FIRFUC's have done? Sacked their entire national team? Killed Irish Rugby? :banghead:

Yeah right, I hate the fu'cking Lionels, but at times they have stood up against their union and every time they got most of what they wanted and none of them was sacked.

A sad day when you realise your countrymen are a self-serving bagofshite without a hint of moral fortitude, and morally inferior to a Lionel? FFFS, a bunch of selfish Irishcunts.

Two young lads betrayed by their teammates. Pathetic. Irish team spirit my hole.



Surely any protest activity should have started with their own team mates at Ulster. If the Ulster players did nothing then i don’t see why the ireland players would. Henderson is well known to be one if Olding’s best mates all the way back to school days, yet he has not done anything publicly to protest against the verdict, so why would players who are less close do anything?

I am not having a go at Hendy here in any way, just pointing out that if any visible protest was to occur, ulster would have been the logical place. It is controlled by the irfu and had they actually refused to play matches it would have been a visible protest.

At the end if the day i am sure there have been instances where colleagues feel an employee has been trated badly by their employer, but few people would risk their own job for that.

I am sure pj and olding know that and would not expect others to put their careers at risk for them, particulalry when those outside of ulster are probably less aware of “facts” than some here appear to be. No doubt they will have recived private messages of support from some players, although probably not via whatsapp.


Bart, all you had to do was check back a page or two, I specifically mentioned that "no Ulsterman nor FenianBastard put their hands up in support".

Furthermore, in the very post you quoted, I again mentioned that the Lionels had jointly acted more than once and achieved their aims to a large degree, nobody sacked.

Up your game big lad.

Like Liz, I too have gone on strike in support of others, times have changed perhaps but if a group of people stand up, then as Flann O'Brien noted in his tale of the circus act involving tranquilised bears, "there's safety in numb bears". Capiche?
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:11 am

Furthermore, and simply for clarification, the players were told at UR that they could attend the trial if they wished but they must not go in Ulster or Irish kit of any sort. It was to be clear that they were attending in their private capacity, in their own time, and as friends of the players rather than Ulster representatives.

Further, Logan told the players, with customary relish, not to expect the two lads back, BEFORE the verdict. The sackings were not a surprise.

Anyone any good news about Slogan contracting something terminal?
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby stickinout » Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:18 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:Furthermore, and simply for clarification, the players were told at UR that they could attend the trial if they wished but they must not go in Ulster or Irish kit of any sort. It was to be clear that they were attending in their private capacity, in their own time, and as friends of the players rather than Ulster representatives.

Further, Logan told the players, with customary relish, not to expect the two lads back, BEFORE the verdict. The sackings were not a surprise.

Anyone any good news about Slogan contracting something terminal?



Another poster on here stated that some player's dog, or possibly a player , told the poster that it was a complete shock to the players when PJ and SO were shafted. somebody's dog is full of it....
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:07 am

stickinout wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Furthermore, and simply for clarification, the players were told at UR that they could attend the trial if they wished but they must not go in Ulster or Irish kit of any sort. It was to be clear that they were attending in their private capacity, in their own time, and as friends of the players rather than Ulster representatives.

Further, Logan told the players, with customary relish, not to expect the two lads back, BEFORE the verdict. The sackings were not a surprise.

Anyone any good news about Slogan contracting something terminal?



Another poster on here stated that some player's dog, or possibly a player , told the poster that it was a complete shock to the players when PJ and SO were shafted. somebody's dog is full of it....


I have little influence here and none whatsoever in the canine world, other than my own pack where Big Rory will rip out throats.............if he can be arsed, at present he's sunbathing in his favourite spot, slightly bothered by the guy cutting the lady's tee by the lake, but not coiled for action.

You can choose whose account you prefer. I'll stick to what I know to be true, Slogan warned the players not to expect the lads back. He also told people on a private tour of the facility that "we don't want people like that", before it even came to trial. Clearly, he was more than happy all along to see the back of the lads, sanctimonious vadge that he is.
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby rumncoke » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:26 am

I can perfectly understand the no kit rule because of the nature of the trial nobody comes out of a rape trial smelling of roses or the next Saint in waiting . Like Divorce trials they tend to be a total brad pitt stir .

And there were enough rumours doing the rounds of Bars and Clubs before the trial to make it obvious their trial was not going to be any different. ( although the text messages were not included in any I heard )
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Setanta » Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:16 pm

As I suspected, no-one stood up for the lads and the blame we are apportioning to D4 et al should squarely go and rest on our parsimonious ex-President - bad cess to him!
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Snipe Watson » Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:08 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
stickinout wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:Furthermore, and simply for clarification, the players were told at UR that they could attend the trial if they wished but they must not go in Ulster or Irish kit of any sort. It was to be clear that they were attending in their private capacity, in their own time, and as friends of the players rather than Ulster representatives.

Further, Logan told the players, with customary relish, not to expect the two lads back, BEFORE the verdict. The sackings were not a surprise.

Anyone any good news about Slogan contracting something terminal?



Another poster on here stated that some player's dog, or possibly a player , told the poster that it was a complete shock to the players when PJ and SO were shafted. somebody's dog is full of it....


I have little influence here and none whatsoever in the canine world, other than my own pack where Big Rory will rip out throats.............if he can be arsed, at present he's sunbathing in his favourite spot, slightly bothered by the guy cutting the lady's tee by the lake, but not coiled for action.

You can choose whose account you prefer. I'll stick to what I know to be true, Slogan warned the players not to expect the lads back. He also told people on a private tour of the facility that "we don't want people like that", before it even came to trial. Clearly, he was more than happy all along to see the back of the lads, sanctimonious vadge that he is.
Correct Baggy.
Logan did indeed make a grandiose speech in which he declared that Paddy and Stu would not be back.
There was a belief among the players that it would all blow over and that natural justice would prevail.
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby BR » Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:34 pm

The players could have received advice along the lines of, "Do Paddy and Stuart a favour, don't contribute any further to the circus. The sooner this falls out of the headlines, the sooner they will be back playing rugby."
That advice could even have come from the SO/PJ representatives.
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Dave » Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:11 pm

BR wrote:The players could have received advice along the lines of, "Do Paddy and Stuart a favour, don't contribute any further to the circus. The sooner this falls out of the headlines, the sooner they will be back playing rugby."
That advice could even have come from the SO/PJ representatives.
Correct. Deprive the noise of oxygen and it will all go away.
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Russ » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:24 pm

Operation help Paddy

Paddy is missing his doggo and is asking information about puppy passports

Can anybody help Paddy?

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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Dave » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:43 pm

Russ wrote:Operation help Paddy

Paddy is missing his doggo and is asking information about puppy passports

Can anybody help Paddy?

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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby ColinM » Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:18 pm

Russ wrote:Operation help Paddy

Paddy is missing his doggo and is asking information about puppy passports

Can anybody help Paddy?

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Keep the puppies here.

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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby TopPoster » Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:37 pm

ColinM wrote:
Russ wrote:Operation help Paddy

Paddy is missing his doggo and is asking information about puppy passports

Can anybody help Paddy?

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Keep the puppies here.

#bringpaddyhome

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Get the puppies out........well the complainant did!!!
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:10 pm

Russ wrote:Operation help Paddy

Paddy is missing his doggo and is asking information about puppy passports

Can anybody help Paddy?

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Can't help with dog passport but could send paper and crayons so he could occupy his mind drawing some superheroes
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Re: Paddy confirmed at USAP

Postby Neill_M » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:54 am

1st batch of Top 14 and Pro D2 fixtures for season 2018/19 are released tomorrow for info.
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