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    LOI fixtures - Friday 22nd Sept to Monday 25th Sept

    Premier Division:

    Friday-

    Bohemian FC v Saint Patrick's Ath
    Dundalk FC v Drogheda United
    Galway United v Sligo Rovers
    Limerick FC v Cork City *live on RTE2 TV
    Derry City v Bray Wanderers
    Shamrock Rovers v Finn Harps - 8pm

    Monday-

    Cork City v Dundalk FC - 7:20pm *live on RTE2 TV
    Saint Patrick's Ath. v Shamrock Rovers

    First Division:

    Friday-

    Cabinteeley FC v Athlone Town
    UCDAFC v Cobh Ramblers
    Waterford FC v Longford Town
    Wexford FC v Shelbourne FC

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    SUSPENSIONS:
    REFS: http://www.extratime.ie/articles/197...eptember-2017/
    COUPON:http://www.paddypower.com/football/f...atches/ireland

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    Live audio analysis of Limerick/Cork, featuring Noel O'Connor, also available here: www.mixlr.com/limerick-soccer-live

    Weirdly, we had a much larger audience than expected the last time Limerick were televised, so we'll plough on regardless.

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    Finn Harps will hammer Shamrock Rovers and that'll do nicely.
    https://kesslereffect.bandcamp.com/album/kepler - New music. It's not that bad.

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    So the lead sports story on most RTE bulletins has been about the possibility of Cork winning the league tonight. A draw at Oriel Park and an away win obviously does the trick.

    More likely is that it rolls over to the Monday night clash between Cork and Dundalk.

    Cork should be good enough to beat Limerick tonight meaning a draw on Monday night will take them over the line

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    I see a pub in Cork are offering €1000 worth of free drink if Drogs win and Cork win. In the unlikely event that it happens I'm sure a €20 bet on it would cover the whole lot. Sounds a lot more generous than it actually is.
    Upwards to the vanguard where the pressure is too high.

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    Just imagine the unlikely event of Limerick and Dundalk winning and the Dundalk taking 3 points on Monday. Now Cork would knuckle down but it would make for a nervy night next league game! I really am not suggesting it will happen this way but it would be fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Just imagine the unlikely event of Limerick and Dundalk winning and the Dundalk taking 3 points on Monday. Now Cork would knuckle down but it would make for a nervy night next league game! I really am not suggesting it will happen this way but it would be fun!
    Not so unlikely now, Limerick 1 up

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    Lovely chip over McNulty from Tosi to put Limerick 1-0 against Cork followed by a stunning free-kick from Tracy to put them 2-0 ahead. Only nine minutes gone.

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    Make that 2. We have a title race lads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Just imagine the unlikely event of Limerick and Dundalk winning and the Dundalk taking 3 points on Monday. Now Cork would knuckle down but it would make for a nervy night next league game! I really am not suggesting it will happen this way but it would be fun!
    I'd fancy Dundalk to beat Cork on Monday, but surely, surely Cork can't **** it up and relinquish such a commanding lead at the top of the table. It'd be astonishing. Although if/once the nerves set in, you never know what could happen...

    Cork have clawed one back now anyway; header from Sadlier on 14 minutes. 2-1.

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    Ffs cork get it together only 1 4 in a row at the moment but your doing your best

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrickccfc View Post
    Make that 2. We have a title race lads
    I'm not falling for it. Cork couldn't lose it, no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyInvincible View Post
    I'd fancy Dundalk to beat Cork on Monday, but surely, surely Cork can't **** it up and relinquish such a commanding lead at the top of the table. It'd be astonishing. Although if/once the nerves set in, you never know what could happen...

    Cork have clawed one back now anyway; header from Sadlier on 14 minutes. 2-1.
    They wont. They will get across the line but as it stands, if the current results stick and win on Monday it will at least cause some nails to be chewed away. I can see Cork digging out a performance of the season on Monday if the lose tonight. They are not as brittle under pressure this season as maybe the last few seasons.

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    Ogbene - sign him up Stephen Kenny!!

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    I know the accepted wisdom is that the team that wins the league is regarded as the best team in the league .... seems Cork are intent on disproving that... as for Caulfield his antics on the sideline as ever are comedy gold

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    He is a jack in the box and never is out of the ear of the 4th official. and he doesnt have time for Tony's mid-match interviews, disgraceful!

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    What a set of result's.
    Rovers win and cork,derry,sligo,pats all lose!!
    What a wonder this life is!!
    Cork have now officially entered $hit the bed country. Can't see them beating dalk on Monday. Who knows where there next points are coming from.
    IF they do fall over the line every single player and staff should chip in and buy Sean Maguire a Rolex or something cos he's win them the league on his own.
    Bradley knows his stuff!
    Hopefully Harps & Galway can escape the dreaded drop.
    Enjoy your weekend folks. I sure as $hit will!!

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    Much as I don't want anyone to do a 4 in a row Caulfield losing from an unloseable position would almost make up for it.......when dundalk win on Monday and rte have to keep following cork around it will be hillarious

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    As an initial reaction, honestly, in my lifetime as a Derry City fan (I'm 31), I cannot recall as poor a defensive performance as that.

    I'm numbed at how bad we were.

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    Roysh Nugent prob having a breakdown atm

    Dundalk barely out of 2nd gear against Drogs tonight.They threw a few shapes in the 1st half(Drogs) and had a few chances(the over the hill Garts cleared of the line for what looked like a certaiin goal)but Dundalk completely overwhelmed them in the 2nd half and the result was never in doubt after the McMillan goal.

    When Cork do win the league the gloss of what they had before the break will be gone.
    Cork fans predicting the August title win are very quiet these days.

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