Cork has just produced the most depressing reason for cancelling a Sunday morning league game
You only think you have problems.
Sunday morning league football is supposed to be a good hobby. You get out of bed early, it helps freshen you up from the night before and you get to run around kicking a football before you can sit back and watch the professionals or just enjoy the rest of your Sunday.
It's a good idea in theory but what they don't tell you is that you're going to listen to team mates whinging and bitching at each other for 90 minutes.
"That's not f**king good enough!"
"We haven't started."
"Jesus Christ, don't let him do that to you."
Usually it's the boys who are moaning the most that are actually doing the least.
But then the games just get called off on a whim with barely any notice and that's heartbreaking as it is because a lot of teams spend the whole weekend trying to cobble together 11 players just to field a team.
They hear excuse...
After... whatever this is
But, sometimes, it comes back from the other direction.
Sometimes, there's a full squad of players there ready and willing to take the field and then they're let down. No referee, no opposition, no playable pitches. And, on some occasions, "technical difficulties".
This is what one team in Cork woke up to on Sunday morning.
There's hope for the local basketball teams yet.
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