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25 Responses to “What is Gaelic Football? (part 2 of 3)”

  • indetub:

    they did their best to destroy soccer and replace it with bogball and succeeded

  • DAJAZDJ1:

    @aod123100 i know i played since i was little and i know none of the players are pro’s in the gaa

  • aod123100:

    @DAJAZDJ1 Gaelic is an amateur sport even at the highest level

  • DAJAZDJ1:

    I AM FROM YORKSHIRE UK BUT I BEEN TO ROSCOMMON IN IRELAND TO PLAY GAELIC WHEN I WAS YOUNGER MY GRANDPARENTS ARE IRISH AND ALL MY UNCLES PLAY THIS A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY THEY COULD OF MADE IT IN GAA IF THEY LIVED IN IRELAND 1 OF THEM WAS A PRO FOOTBALLER WITH HUDDERSFIELD TOWN AND TRANMERE THEN SEMI PRO WITH ALTRINCHAM BUT A VERY GOOD GAELIC PLAYER THERE TEAM HERE WINS NEARLY EVERYTHING

  • avanpeltno2fan:

    I think this is a great piece of Irish culture, but when you get into counting steps like some crazy OCD that’s where you lose me. Plus, can somebody explain why you just wouldn’t kick it through the uprights every chance you get.

  • araregoodguy:

    well i say england but my family are descendent from Irelend

  • araregoodguy:

    couldn’t a really good goalkeeper be a successful footballer, like the transiiton players make from league to union, not that you would want to I guess its your game, I only just seen it as I am English and they don’t show it in England at all.

  • CavemanSynthesizer:

    @hannibalsloat
    As far as the padding goes, this actually allows players to hit harder on tackles – similar to how boxing gloves actually allow fighters to strike with more force without damaging their hands.
    American football isn’t for everyone, but anyone who says it’s for “fags” is ignorant. I’ve got nothing against other types of football but American football has more impact at the tackle than any other type of football.

  • TheSickgood:

    @riseingstur your well entitled to your opinions and im as hor a united ireland as much as anyone but please can we leave the politics out of our sport? just saying like i play hurling with and against protestants and indeed include them in my close family. lets keep the gaa clean tho. thanks

  • riseingstur:

    UP THE IRA , and GAA. BRITS OUT, no foreign games in Croke Park. Fight to keep Footall and Rugby out of our Catholic schools. If we dnt the bastrds will have every Catholic child playing foreign games. We must never ever allow PROTESTANT to play or belong to the GAA . Our GAA and it games must always be for the Catholic Irish . UP THE IRA .

  • niallronaldino:

    COOL

  • beyonce717:

    class=]

  • J1newyorkcity08:

    this is hillbrow, he is a prodestant, so anything he says is not an irish persons views but a twisted bigoted prodestant trying to push his views on other people

  • corsellus:

    @riseingstur there are plenty of protestants playing gaelic games. hundreds, maybe thousands. although the GAA do very little to encourage it. diversity is a good thing in sport.

  • 8honesty8:

    Ok im irish im a big fan of gaelic actuali its my lifee im a teenage girl and even though im a girl im on love with gaelic its a fun sport of course but its nt a game u play fr the crk i play gaelic frm the heart if we win we win if we lose we fite to win the next tym and i also hatee wen people make fun of irish ? So stop and Wise Up

  • riseingstur:

    I hate it when Protestant black orange bastards come om to our Irish Catholic videos on You Tube and mock and laugh about our GAA games of Gaelic and Hurling. What up with these settler black orange bastards. I could not give one **** if not one Protestant in Ireland ever plays our games , in fact in the five GAA clubs nearest to whee I live not one filthy settler Protestant ******* has belonged or played in over 70 years and more. Long may it last . The GAA for the Irish Catholics only.

  • weeDaire:

    sorry wat was that u saiid u quer
    facts are facts ure talkin **** now piss of u english bigot

  • Sanbev:

    Looks very fun.Wish i could of learned how to play this at a young age.

  • SkateFallenOrAdio:

    well atleast we both support our counties and the gaa program

  • cioupty:

    yes it is a passion in kerry, they are thru to another final now..also Im afraid our inter county hurling team, Limerick, are poor enough unfortunately..

  • SkateFallenOrAdio:

    lol sure iam 14 actualy but i know gaelic football and congrats maybe thats why you like hurling your inter county team is good. and jsut cause iam from america dosent mean i dont know football i went to the kerry cork game last year the semi final draw.and maybe they call it bogball were you lvie in adare but in Kerry its more like a passion

  • cioupty:

    LOL! dont take it to heart kid, I see you are only 16 yrs old and from America…actually Im from co Limerick,which is on the way to co Kerry! I admit Im a hurling snob..my own club, ADARE, who I am fiercely proud of, are attempting to win a 1st ever 3 in a ow of Limerick senior hurling titles this year..wish us luck!!!

  • SkateFallenOrAdio:

    now you shut the hell up please and you do not call it that your probaly from killkenny well gues what i go to kerry every year i have a mom from ireland and they do not call it that

  • Semir313:

    Never heard of gealic football…So its like soccer but u can use your hands ?…and if u guys call this football does that mean Ireland just like U.S and Canada calls soccer soccer also lol

  • cioupty:

    now **** off and dont be annoying me with your wretched bogball…

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