What a win that was last night for Irish rugby and one of the greatest nights in Irish sport. After the game Zombie from The Cranberries rang out through out Stade de France and wouldn’t you know it, there was a few people that had an issue with this song being use..
See the tweet and some of the comments below;
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What has 'zombie' got to do with Ireland, a song mocking the men and women of Easter week and telling the nationalist people of the 'six counties' it was all in their head….sorry not for me but sums up an element of the Irish rugby support …. https://t.co/M3rIfTGB4O
— Ronan Sheehan (@newryhurler1) September 23, 2023
The sensitivity brigade seems to be out in force. Honestly, go find a real issue to be aggrieved by – like the legacy bill 🤯 People from all over Ireland celebrating a monumental win and you are throwing your toys out of the pram over a song 🤣🤣🤣
— Mark Mullins 🧐 (@Mark_W_Mullins) September 24, 2023
According to the Irish people in the Stade de France, it was all only in this little girls head. The trauma she experienced when UVF thugs threw bombs at her school.
Those singing zombie think this was all just in her head. Shame on them. I hope karma bites hard. pic.twitter.com/GAIBLYBSZp
— Seán De Brún | 🇵🇸🇺🇦🇾🇪 (@seandebrun2) September 24, 2023
Nothing to do with Easter week at all It’s about the dissidents, the Provisional IRA that bombed young innocent children and shot our Gardai and Irish Defence Forces
Maybe it’s a step towards a UI. If all the Irish are proud of their achievements but see that there was major pain suffered in the “struggle” maybe a UI becomes closer Surely the delight in so many Households across the land can only be a positive for a better future.It was more tribute to the cranberries and dolores o riordan and then became an anthem for Munster. It’s class actually if your in a stadium witnessing it. If the Irish supporters enjoy it then happy days.