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PIC: Tyrone Nightclub Gives Brutal Dig To Coppers And Dublin GAA Ahead Of All-Ireland

By Darragh Berry

August 29, 2018 at 11:58am

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It's not long to go now until the 2018 All-Ireland football final takes place where someone will join hurlers Limerick as All-Ireland champions for the year.

Dublin GAA are looking to make it an incredible four in a row but they face a Tyrone side who are looking for their fourth title ever matching the dizzy heights of '03, '05 and '08.

One of the most dominant sides of the noughties - along with Kerry - playing the most dominant side of the recent era.

And when Dublin started that huge takeover of football in 2011, you may have remembered the captain on the day, Bryan Cullen, roaring to the Croke Park faithful "see yiz in Coppers".

While the captain speeches have gotten a lot quieter in recent years, (we can't ever imagine Cluxton screaming that), the Coppers quote is what will always be shouted when Dublin claim an All-Ireland.

But, this Tyrone nightclub has thrown a dig in the direction of Coppers and Dublin GAA by stating that Sam will definitely be travelling north come Sunday.

This nightclub in Omagh is certain that they will be seeing people in Sally's on Sunday instead of Coppers.

The word Coppers crossed out with the red X will bring a red anger for the Dub fans.

Cheeky enough, Copper Face Jacks' move next.

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