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Poems About: FOOTBALL

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  • 109.
    Their Football Team To Them Important

    Their flags and their banners they are waving with joy and excitement they shout
    The hero has kicked the winning goal but what are they shouting about
    To them it should not really matter 'tis only a game of football
    But to them it is very important and their's is the best team of all. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 110.
    The Beautiful Game

    A ball hit into empty stands in a game of cricket,
    A game so bland won’t have me buying a ticket,
    As a kid I saw my first footy game at Stamford Bridge,
    Gullit was a magician with the ball he’d flick and trick it, read more »

    Kaspa Richards
  • 111.
    Football Farce

    Football managers and players should hang their heads in shame,
    For what they've done to our traditional football game.
    Now sportsmen in the game are a dying breed,
    with managers and players getting rich with greed. read more »

    Alan Weston
  • 112.
    To Con Kelleher Of Aubane

    One of the founder members of the Aubane Gaelic Football Team
    And for them to win a Duhallow Championship had always been his dream
    And though Aubane never won Duhallow and their Football Club no more
    I still can visualize Con Kelleher cheering when their forwards broke to score. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 113.
    The Odd One Out

    She is an ornithologist 'a what somebody said'
    And others went on talking whilst others shook their head
    Then some one said I get your 'drift' I now know what you mean
    She goes out with binoculars to watch birds from a screen. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 114.
    On The Wayne Carey Scandal

    The captain of the Kangaroos Football Club known for his dash and flair
    And in the game of Australian rules a football millionaire
    But he quit the Club in disgrace when news broke of his affair
    With the wife of a team mate his future now elsewhere. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 115.
    On Hearing A Song For Christy Ring

    Amazing how a song can stir up memories
    And only lately heard a ballad singer sing
    A famous song written by Brian McMahon
    For Ireland's greatest hurler Christy Ring. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 116.
    William Leary

    William Leary is one of the famed Learys of Millstreet a Cork and Duhallow legend of the Gaelic Football game
    He played football for Cork and his Club Millstreet and is now in the Duhallow sporting Hall of Fame
    He once scored two goals in a Munster Final in Killarney a feat that is still talked of today
    In his Gaelic Football career a remembered highlight though many great games the great one did play. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 117.
    A Woman, The Oranje And The 2010 World Cup

    In a bar in Amsterdam,
    I realise how football consumes the soul.
    Did I care yesterday whether there had been changes to the team?
    Or whether one particular player was match fit? read more »

    Teedy Dawn
  • 118.

    I take the snap from the center, fake to the right, fade back...
    I've got protection. I've got a receiver open downfield...
    What the hell is this? This isn't a football, it's a shoe, a man's
    brown leather oxford. A cousin to a football maybe, the same read more »

    Louis Jenkins
  • 119.
    John The Odd

    With other children games he did not play
    When they played football he would steal away
    To take short walk or rest in shade of tree
    He felt happy in his own company. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 120.
    FOOTBALL! ! !

    Football is my favorite game
    I love to watch them play -
    Those tightly muscled butts and legs
    On an awesome autumn day; read more »

    Linda Ori
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