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Patrico Jose Mourinho
- Your Morphmen are from left to right: Patrick; Sean; Stephen;Ciaran
- The works of Johann Strauss
- Pulp Fiction, Shaft, nething wiv Samuel L Jackson is class. Luv da Bond films n all dat gangsta shit, Scarface, Godfather, Lock-Stock etc. Pretty much nething wiv star quality
- Gaelic Football, i play for the mighty green and gold army, the Darragh Cross reserves. i like pool and hurley too
- Scared Of
- Being found out...
- Happiest When
- Enjoyin the banter with friends
- Paci, PJ, Pat, Hands
- You know when your a junior footballer when...
- ...there are 35 at training under lights on a bitter February night (unfit but enthusiastic) - the average for August is 7 (unfit, sick of training and the rest making silage)
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- How well do you know the Padraig 14 Taken
"We've won one All-Ireland in a row" -- Wexford Fan in 1996.
"The toughest match I ever heard off was the 1935 All-Ireland Semi-Final. After 6 minutes, the ball ricocheted off a post and went into the stand. The pulling continued relentlessly and it was 22
minutes before any of the players noticed the ball was missing" -- Michael Smith.
"Sylvie Linnane would start a riot in a graveyard" -- Tipp fan on the Galway legend.
"I'm not giving away any secrets like that to Tipperary. If I had my way, I wouldn't even tell them the time of the throw-in" -- Ger Loughnane.
"He's like Lazarus; but Lazarus didn't have such a sweet right boot" -- Micheal O'Muircheartaigh on Colin Corkery.
"Whenever a team loses, there's always a row at half time but when they win, it's an inspirational speech" -- John O'Mahony.
"There are 2 things in Ireland that would drive you to drink. GAA referees would drive you to drink, and the price of drink would drive you to drink" -- Sligo Fan after 2002 Connact final.
"The wheel fell off my mobile home" -- Offaly's Eugene McGee explains why he was late for training.
"When my friends were besotted with Jason Donovan, my heroes were Colm O'Rourke and Barney Rock" -- Sue Ramsbottom.
'We're taking this match awful seriously. We're training three times a week now, and some of the boys are off the beer since Tuesday' - Offaly hurler quote in the week before a Leinster hurling final vs. Kilkenny
'Ger Loughnane was fair, he treated us all the same during training-like dogs' - anonymous Clare hurler
'Any chance of an autograph? Its for the wife...she really hates you' - Tipp fan to Ger Loughnane
'You can't win derbies with donkeys' - Babs Keating before Tipp played Cork in 1990
Sheep in a heap' -- Babs Keating description of Offaly in 1998
'Babs keating 'resigned' as coach because of illness and fatigue. The players were sick and tired of him' -- Offaly fan in 1998
'And as for you. You're not even good enough to play for this shower of useless no-hopers' --Former Clare mentor to one of his subs after a heavy defeat
'Babs Keating was arrested in Nenagh for shaking a cigarette machine, but the gardai let him off when he said he only wanted to borrow twenty players' -- Waterford fan after 2002 Munster final
'They have a forward line that couldn't punch holes in a paper bag' -- Pat Spillane on the Cavan football team
'Meath players like to get their retaliation in first' -- Cork fan 1988
'Meath make football a colourful game-you get all black and blue' -- another Cork fan 1988
'Colin Corkery is deceptive. He is slower than he looks' -- Kerry fan
Life isn't all beer and football...some of us haven't touched a football in months' -- Kerry player during league campaign 1980s.
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