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12-07-2018, 12:07   #136
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Is there a GoFundMe page yet for a Sat nav voice done by Brian Kerr?
Roigh’
No I don’t mean turn roigh’ jus’ roigh’ to get us going
Now, to get to where youse wanna go, you have to go left here and droive for 100 yards. Over that fence there is where Home Farm used to train before they built all the houses. I remember an under 7 games there where Johnny Glynn dunted a small lad up the hole, and he was in the hospital for a week. All the das piled in and there was a roigh old schemozzle in the middle of the park.
Ah you missed your thurn now.


Nah, wouldn't work.
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The guy is legend - the Detective Columbo of football.
Underestimate him at yer peril.

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Just one more question, what does malo-gent mean?
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Cat malogen?
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Just one more question, what does malo-gent mean?
I think it means getting the wind knocked out of you. It is a play on the word melodion, the musical instrument. If you squeez it closed fast, the air rushes out of it.
If a player got hit hard, especially by 2 players either side, he would get "malodiont".

Or a player is rubbish.
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I think it means getting the wind knocked out of you. It is a play on the word melodion, the musical instrument. If you squeez it closed fast, the air rushes out of it.
If a player got hit hard, especially by 2 players either side, he would get "malodiont".

Or a player is rubbish.
Malogen is worse than wojus. Wojus is worse than brutal.
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I thought perhaps a mangled pronunciation of malodrous?
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What did he say yesterday - "He used to be working in a supermarket, now he's into buying art and paintin'. And i don't mean paintin' an' decoratin'."

Or something along those lines.
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What did he say yesterday - "He used to be working in a supermarket, now he's into buying art and paintin'. And i don't mean paintin' an' decoratin'."

Or something along those lines.
Yep about Meunier
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This is not a world cup one, but from a number of years ago.

Stephen Ward current Irish full back, was playing in the English Premier League.

Brian Kerr comes out with

"He was great as a forward for Portmarnock, in the Leinster Senior League as well..."

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Roigh’
No I don’t mean turn roigh’ jus’ roigh’ to get us going
Now, to get to where youse wanna go, you have to go left here and droive for 100 yards. Over that fence there is where Home Farm used to train before they built all the houses. I remember an under 7 games there where Johnny Glynn dunted a small lad up the hole, and he was in the hospital for a week. All the das piled in and there was a roigh old schemozzle in the middle of the park.
Ah you missed your thurn now.


Nah, wouldn't work.
That would absolutely work! Jaysus, you just made me want the Brian Kerr Sat Nav even more. Who wouldn't want that!
Well done, I absolutely read all of that in his voice.
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That would absolutely work! Jaysus, you just made me want the Brian Kerr Sat Nav even more. Who wouldn't want that!
Well done, I absolutely read all of that in his voice.
Wrong turn could be 'looka the dopey head on ya... only Damien can get away with looking that sleepy like in 97 youth finals"
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I loved his surreal moments, during one of the early Uruguay games he said:

"his socks are so low Ger, his shinguards must be made from two Cornflakes cereal boxes!"

At Brian Kerr's World Cup 2018 we had Cornflakes, Icelandic fishing boats, Sandwiches, Aladdins lamp, Beards, the Cork Institute of Technology dressed in black, literary Japanese, spying Koreans, GAA Peruvians, sartorial Swedes, tonsorial Belgians & a yellow submarine!
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Kerr for the Aras.
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I love BK because he says things like " he has a ging, and it goes just wide"

A 'ging' (or a 'blem') is a shot at goal, as anyone who played amateur football in Dublin back in the day would know.

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