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    2018 Televised Games

    First game up, Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers in Dalymount on the opening night of the season. Kick-off time changed to 7:30pm.

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    RTÉ or eir?
    www.dundalkfc.com

    Colin Scanlon - hero!

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    Rte. Hopefully means rovers first home match won't be on telly. Would be nice to start the season off with a full house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Rte. Hopefully means rovers first home match won't be on telly. Would be nice to start the season off with a full house.
    Do you think the attempts to have a full house will include restricting the number of visiting fans again,?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    Do you think the attempts to have a full house will include restricting the number of visiting fans again,?
    Yawn the season hasn't started yet
    . Councils call. Next subject please.
    Last edited by sbgawa; 24/01/2018 at 9:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Yawn the season hasn't started yet
    . Councils call. Next subject please.
    You raised the full house issue!

    It would be amazing if the council actually worked against Rovers wishes to maximise attendance.

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    Yawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by holidaysong View Post
    RTÉ or eir?
    Sorry, should have specified I suppose. Although, the give-away was the "kick off time changed to 7:30pm" bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Rte. Hopefully means rovers first home match won't be on telly. Would be nice to start the season off with a full house.
    Dya not read the excellent Extratime.ie article on attendances? TV makes no difference whatsoever as per the stats!!

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    that was a fantastic bit of work by the boys but as a regular attender of games with rovers I know it doesn't feel like that...lies damn lies and statistics etc etc.
    I know casual attenders who decide to go to the pub rather than the match if it is on TV....maybe the publicity brings others .....I dunno

    What I do know is the clubs should get something for each match even if it was only 5-10k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Dya not read the excellent Extratime.ie article on attendances? TV makes no difference whatsoever as per the stats!!
    The people that give out about TV are the same ones that give out about travel costs. Every euro a LOI club gets in is hard earned, but zeroing in on something that has such a negligible effect when taken in context of all the costs makes little sense. You might say, well travel costs X, but travel costs are never going to be zero. (If you disregard the potential to get a league-wide sponsorship deal) Even FD clubs that scrape by have bigger concerns than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Dya not read the excellent Extratime.ie article on attendances? TV makes no difference whatsoever as per the stats!!
    Tell that to Finn Harps..

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    Anybody know how I might go about getting tickets for bohs v shams. I assume it will sell out in advance although I have walked up on the day no problem before...

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    Bloody football tourists....

    Bohs website are selling them online. Don't say your an SRFC fan whatever you do. They'll get their trendy beards in a twist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dong View Post
    Anybody know how I might go about getting tickets for bohs v shams. I assume it will sell out in advance although I have walked up on the day no problem before...
    ITs sold out on their website
    You could always buy a season ticket for Tallaght. Season ticket holders get first dibs on the bohs match tickets and you get free in to the two Sligo matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    ITs sold out on their website
    You could always buy a season ticket for Tallaght. Season ticket holders get first dibs on the bohs match tickets and you get free in to the two Sligo matches.
    He could do the same with a Bohs ST and save the cost of buying the additional ticket.
    Adult ST at Bohs 220.
    Adult ST at Rovers 210 + 15 quid for the ticket at Bohs. Five euro saved, and in both situations he has 3 matches covered (this one plus two Sligo games). If he happens to have kids then the Rovers ticket makes more sense due to the incredible offer of 3 free Kids STs with the purchase of an adult ST.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    He could do the same with a Bohs ST and save the cost of buying the additional ticket.
    Adult ST at Bohs 220.
    Adult ST at Rovers 210 + 15 quid for the ticket at Bohs. Five euro saved, and in both situations he has 3 matches covered (this one plus two Sligo games). If he happens to have kids then the Rovers ticket makes more sense due to the incredible offer of 3 free Kids STs with the purchase of an adult ST.
    better class of accommodation in tallaght..... your right though the kids season tickets was a great idea, get them young

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    better class of accommodation in tallaght..... your right though the kids season tickets was a great idea, get them young
    Assuming he doesn't need accommodation I'd assume the Luas to Dayler costs a little less than it would to get to Tallaght from the city centre. Or alternatively hell have some decent central options.

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    Cheers lads. Much as Id love to get my hands on a couple of tickets, season tickets at Tallaght or even Dalyer wouldnt be an option.
    Anyways, if anyone happens to get their hands on any surplus to their needs pm me. Ill be in Dublin that weekend and enjog this derby I have to say.

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    Anyone know will there be a live game the second week? I figured Cork v Blues might be on somewhere. Full house for the champions first home game I'm sure as Cork natives love a winning team

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