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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyfaction View Post
    Not one bit scientific, if Powers were to put up a book for last place true you would expect them to invert the winners book, but consider this, Powers give us a 2% chance, and Bohs a 1.5% of winning the league, while they give ye a 14% and Cork a 39% chance (albeit in an overound book) meaning there would be a few takers for your 6/1 about us for last place.
    If I have 10 minutes tomorrow I will price it up.
    Sorry Cork are Given 40% not 39%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RathfarnhamHoop View Post
    Just fixed some small errors you had
    Is the shortening of the name Shamrock rovers to Shams seen as an insult among your fans?(my use of it in the OP was never meant as one btw)

    Anyway PP have pushed yous out to 8/1 with Cork & Dundalk now joint favs @ 6/4.A few other changes as well in both divisions since Tuesday.

    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...emier-division
    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...and-division-1

    Boylesports ​have also started a market for the Premier Division - http://www.boylesports.com/betting/f...84.1,3395766.1
    Last edited by ToberonaTornado; 25/01/2018 at 11:37 PM.

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    I don't have excel so off the top of my head fire the poster looking for last place prices I would bet based on Powers first show.
    Bohs 7/2
    Lim 7/2
    SRFC 4/1
    Bray 9/2
    Waterford 8/1
    Parts 8/1
    Derry 9/1
    DF 25/1
    Cork 66/1
    Dub 66/1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    Is the shortening of the name Shamrock rovers to Shams seen as an insult among your fans?(my use of it in the OP was never meant as one btw)

    You'll get a few snowflakes that it will offend, but if the read they Shamrock Rovers history books they'd realise that in the early days the supporters preferred to be called Shams

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    Is the shortening of the name Shamrock rovers to Shams seen as an insult among your fans?(my use of it in the OP was never meant as one btw)

    Anyway PP have pushed yous out to 8/1 with Cork & Dundalk now joint favs @ 6/4.A few other changes as well in both divisions since Tuesday.

    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...emier-division
    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...and-division-1

    Boylesports ​have also started a market for the Premier Division - http://www.boylesports.com/betting/f...84.1,3395766.1
    Not an insult, at least not in this case, just personal preference that I prefer Rovers, which i think is shared by the majority of fans.
    Its just you'll never hear someone say "I'm going to the shams match tonight" itll be "I'm going to the rovers match tonight"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    Is the shortening of the name Shamrock rovers to Shams seen as an insult among your fans?(my use of it in the OP was never meant as one btw)

    Anyway PP have pushed yous out to 8/1 with Cork & Dundalk now joint favs @ 6/4.A few other changes as well in both divisions since Tuesday.


    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...emier-division
    http://www.paddypower.com/football/i...and-division-1

    Boylesports ​have also started a market for the Premier Division - http://www.boylesports.com/betting/f...84.1,3395766.1
    Iím not surprised to see both PP and Boyles quoting same odds for Dundalk and Cork as there is going to be very little between the two this season.

    The real barometer will be who is on top at the mid season break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinnie View Post
    You'll get a few snowflakes that it will offend, but if the read they Shamrock Rovers history books they'd realise that in the early days the supporters preferred to be called Shams
    Id have thought it was more than in most cases it's meant to annoy people. Football fans being football fans, there are always some who will take offence.

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    11/1 for either Cobh and Drogheda with PP is tempting when there is sod all difference in squads strengths (so far) with them and Galway, Longford, Shels and Harps
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Have Shels signed well or what? They were very poor last season. Haven't heard much about them in pre-season

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebronze14 View Post
    Have Shels signed well or what? They were very poor last season. Haven't heard much about them in pre-season
    Shels improved as the year went on last year. The signing of David OíSullivan gives them something a lot of teams are crying out for a proven goal scorer. I personally think Harps will win it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebronze14 View Post
    Have Shels signed well or what? They were very poor last season. Haven't heard much about them in pre-season
    Best players from last season have been re-signed leaving a more settled starting XI into the new season and signed a proven prolific goalscorer at FD level which Shels have cried out for the past 3 seasons

    Biggest concerns is that there is question marks over Heary in general and the centre of defence while being very experienced is getting on a bit and may be smashed for pace in a youthful division. And a chunk of the hardcore fanbase boycotting home games doesn't help either.

    It's either going to be a season where we win the division or car crash finishing 8th
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Thanks Outspoken and Hoofball, wsn't aware that they signed OSullivan

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    Quote Originally Posted by total hoofball View Post
    Best players from last season have been re-signed leaving a more settled starting XI into the new season and signed a proven prolific goalscorer at FD level which Shels have cried out for the past 3 seasons

    Biggest concerns is that there is question marks over Heary in general and the centre of defence while being very experienced is getting on a bit and may be smashed for pace in a youthful division. And a chunk of the hardcore fanbase boycotting home games doesn't help either.

    It's either going to be a season where we win the division or car crash finishing 8th
    "Heary in general and the centre of defence while being very experienced is getting on a bit"
    Is Owen Heary still playing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oriel View Post
    I’m not surprised to see both PP and Boyles quoting same odds for Dundalk and Cork as there is going to be very little between the two this season.

    The real barometer will be who is on top at the mid season break.
    Midseason break this year is after 2/3 of the league games have been played. If either team has opened a bit of a lead by then they'll be hard to catch.

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    Seen these odds on Tuesday and forgot to post them.

    Premier Division relegation(PP)

    Redacted FC 13/8
    Bray Wanderers 7/4
    Sligo Rovers 7/2
    Bohs 4/1
    Waterford FC 5/1
    Derry 12/1
    Pats 14/1
    Shams 50/1
    Dundalk & Cork 100/1


    Premier Division top goalscorer(PP)

    R.Murray,G.Cummins,P.Hoban - all 6/1
    C.Fagan 9/1
    R.Patterson 12/1
    K.Sheppard 14/1
    D.Corcaran,I Akinade,G.Shaw - all 14/1
    A.Morgan,A.Greene,G.Burke - all 16/1

    More....... https://www.paddypower.com/football/...emier-division

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    Quote Originally Posted by micls View Post
    Midseason break this year is after 2/3 of the league games have been played. If either team has opened a bit of a lead by then they'll be hard to catch.
    I meant at the half way stage, anyway nothing has changed as I think both Dundalk and Cork are quite evenly matched this season.

    The final few signings from each club could be signifcant in swinging it.
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    I haven't heard anything about St. Pat's during the off-season. With Derry's consistency of being in the top 4, I was surprised to see St. Pat's having the same odds Derry for winning the league. St. Pat's are currently favoured to be more likely to avoid relegation than Derry.

    I would have thought the 6 teams outside the regular top 4 from recent seasons would all have close enough relegation odds. 5 of them do but Pat's then are well clear of them in the betting.
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    As this is a betting thread...
    Shels v Galway friendly tonight.
    Shels went off 6/5. Now 2/5 after 40 mins and still 0-0. Dodgy as fu*k

    See comments here:
    https://twitter.com/shelsfc/status/964586527518060545

    I note Robbie Williams gets a mention

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    Quote Originally Posted by eL Bettor View Post
    As this is a betting thread...
    Shels v Galway friendly tonight.
    Shels went off 6/5. Now 2/5 after 40 mins and still 0-0. Dodgy as fu*k

    See comments here:
    https://twitter.com/shelsfc/status/964586527518060545

    I note Robbie Williams gets a mention
    Harsh enough to go naming a player in relation to something like this.but when it turns out to be wrong then it should really be taken down

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    Nothing to see here. Galway won the game.

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