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When the country has one last push to remove all symbolism of the British Rule in Ireland, trust a few gobshytes to vote against it, simply because it was the other party who drafted it. Typical Civil War guff. Funny how the Document has stood the test of time (drafted in a way as to allow it to be changed by the Courts and referendums) Not one of Fine Gael's finest hours . As for the women, imagine if maternity leave was cut or removed and Europe did not intervene , screaming Article 41 , they would (Brain child of EEC of course, so that would not happen)









Uncanny resemblance to Bishop Len Brennan



Ireland 1932,the people barely had a toilet between them, and these lads are living it up




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Post Treaty Election


True, but the same can be said for those who happily donned a Free State Uniform but went missing during the Tan War







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General Urko

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Little did anybody know then that he would become President of Galway Utd.




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Herr Rommel

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Home coming? But none of the players lived here! Were they not all British?
Niall Quinn, Packie Bonner and David O'Leary ?

Of course you had a few lads born in England with Irish Parents or Grandparents like John Barnes for England as an example Jamaica born but played for England.
 


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