Minor Football Championship 2017


#284


#285

is that jim bissett son thats playing ,suprised archer is not starting


#286

Very messy at the back starting off. Fortunately Derry not punishing us.


#287

Enjoyed that


#288

Yep , have come more into it now , need that small bit more composure when in on goal. tight game.


#289

Good to go in a point when the other team played better😀


#290

Little sloppy coming out of defence at times and some poor options when passing to forwards, they have pace up there and the right low ball they definitely have the beating of their men.
They seemed a little nervous but were the better team in the last 10.


#291

Three poor wides to start the second half


#292

Another goal chance missed.


#293

Missing so many chances here, if we lose this will be kicking themselves


#294

Wides are killing us.


#295

And the frees.


#296

Terrible second half…kicking this away


#297

Dire performance unfortunately . James Dorian aside deserved nothing

Why we wasted so much time bringing on defenders in injury time ?

Resorted to aimless high balls and scored two points in the last 17 minutes

Derry fully deserving winners


#298

Dreadful lack of composure. Too much individualism on display. And our ball handling was very poor. Derry deserved winners.

But likely they’ll be done by Kerry.


#299

Hard luck to the young lads they tried their best Im sure, decision making in the final third let them down a little but they’re young and the experience will stand to them.
Great to see so much “travelling Derry support” they must’ve had about 20k there.


#300

20k?? What?? 2k you mean?


#301

V poor from Dublin. Kerry are going to stuff whichever team won this. Had hoped for much better from Dublin.

Jesus we have to be able to do better than this at Minor level with the numbers etc we have etc. Since 2012 it’s been mediocre to say the least.


#302

20k you mad I’m at match there s a couple of thousand


#303

Dublin very very poor wry port decisions tackling kickouts
Management and trainers need to look at themselves