a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
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That is true dedication to your team.
I don't like to play football and I don't understand this game!
Is there a difference in rules between football and Gaelic football?
It's a totally different game.Here's a link so you can see if interested.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjepux4an1Q&feature=youtu.be
Must be a big fan of the team.
I can almost hear the cheering. A true supporter for sure.
Ha Bill. Nou dat met 'n echte fan zijn. mooi deze toewijding voor zijn clubje.Groet kees.
Hello,They look like a big fan, hanging the flag.Take care, have a happy new week!
I had not heard of Gaelic football. Does it differ from "regular" football?
Yes, Gaelic football is much different than regular football. No pads or helmets. Here is a link so you can see.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjepux4an1Q&feature=youtu.be
Flying Proudly - Enjoy Those Walks Mr Bill Cheers
...sports sure are popular!
They take football pretty seriously there then Bill 😉
Someone is a fan!
I am definitely not a sports fan but I do find the window trim interesting as I've never seen anything like that before.
People put out flags of their favourite teams here too.God bless.
I assume that it is football for very tough guys. ;-)
Nice to show you're a fan!
Is Gaelic football what we Americans call soccer ?MB
Seguro que tiene muchos aficionados que lo sigue.Que tengas una buena semana.
People are a bit football daft over here too! Not me lol!
Quite a banner!
I don't know anything about Gaelic football, but someone here is a fan!All the best Jan
Sports is not a thing for our family but some people a fanatical about it of course.
We all hope sports with spectators will return soon.
Que bela fotografia!Um abracinho, Bill!🐦🙏🐦Megy Maia🌈
Cool capture of the pride in the club shown.
I particularly like the celtic cross in the middle.
Well we do now know who those people support.