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    LOI Fixtures Fri 13th - Tues 17th April 2018

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    Premier Division:

    FRIDAY-

    Bray Wanderers v Dundalk FC
    Cork City v Saint Pats Ath.
    Derry City v Waterford FC
    Shamrock Rovers v Bohemian FC 8pm - Live on eIR Sports

    SATURDAY-

    Limerick FC v Sligo Rovers 6:30pm

    MONDAY-

    Bray Wanderers v Shamrock Rovers
    Derry City v Bohemian FC
    Saint Pats Ath. v Waterford


    TUESDAY-

    Cork City v Sligo Rovers
    Limerick FC v Dundalk FC

    First Division:

    FRIDAY-

    Athlone v Cobh Ramblers
    Cabinteely FC v Shelbourne FC
    Drogheda United v Longford Town
    Galway United v Wexford FC
    UCDAFC v Finn Harps

    DING - DING

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    I'd take your hand off for a point in Derry. We're obviously missing Aborah and Hery, but also Duffus whose loan terms prevent him playing on Astro. Keegan isn't meant to play on it either because of prior injuries, but did half an hour as a sub in Dundalk so might be similar tomorrow, or could just be saved for the trip to Pat's on Monday. Chances are we'll be down three of our four midfielders though and Duffus who has five goals in his six games so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemovie View Post
    ...Duffus whose loan terms prevent him playing on Astro. Keegan isn't meant to play on it either because of prior injuries, but did half an hour as a sub in Dundalk so might be similar tomorrow, or could just be saved for the trip to Pat's on Monday.
    Have they seen the pitch in Inchicore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemovie View Post
    I'd take your hand off for a point in Derry. We're obviously missing Aborah and Hery, but also Duffus whose loan terms prevent him playing on Astro. Keegan isn't meant to play on it either because of prior injuries, but did half an hour as a sub in Dundalk so might be similar tomorrow, or could just be saved for the trip to Pat's on Monday. Chances are we'll be down three of our four midfielders though and Duffus who has five goals in his six games so far.
    Keegan only came in for the last 15 minutes in Oriel Park - Hery, Duffus and Akinade were also missing that night but Waterford came very close to getting a draw. Obviously Stanley Aborah is also out but Keegan and Akinade starting can leave Waterford with a stronger starting line-up.

    Waterford are well able to get a draw in Derry

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    Trevor clarke might play again this season after a successful operation according to the club website. Fantastic that this is even a possibility . I'd say it would be late enough but even if he is just able to do a full preseason for next year that would be great.

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    Without a doubt Bradser is right not to get involved in discussing criticisms of his goalkeeping selections and individual performances by Kevin Horgan and Tomer Chencinski, but he is foolish to create a further controversy by insulting Alan Cawley

    CAWL THE SHOTS Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley tells Alan Cawley ‘I don’t respect you’ after goalkeeper criticism

    Soccer Republic pundit Cawley suggested that the Hoops' current goalkeeping woes could end up costing Bradley his job in charge of the Tallaght side

    But, ahead of tonight’s Dublin Derby at home to Bohemians, Bradley said: “I didn’t see it, I don’t watch it.
    “I’ve obviously heard about it, a few people said it to me.
    “You can let things get on top of you, what people say. But you have to respect their opinions for you take it on board.
    https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football...per-criticism/
    Last edited by Ezeikial; 13/04/2018 at 8:21 AM. Reason: forgot the link

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    “I don’t respect the person it came from, I don’t respect their opinion, so it doesn’t interest or bother me.”

    Bradley has gone too far by insulting the person. It is nasty.

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    I hate missing games. Especially when there's no live streams or radio coverage or feck all in terms of updates. Have to make do with Rovers v Bohs instead on the box.

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    Apparently the pitch was torn up at the woman's international during the week, hopefully they have managed to fix it up and we get a decent game where there is a bit of football played.

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    Cawley is just a bitter little Sligo twa*. He deserves nothing but disdain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Apparently the pitch was torn up at the woman's international during the week, hopefully they have managed to fix it up and we get a decent game where there is a bit of football played.
    I watched some of that game and the pitch did take a battering. They also narrowed the pitch, so that will have screwed it up a lot too.
    Last edited by White Horse; 13/04/2018 at 1:58 PM.

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    When asked if the pitch was a concern in a Rovers Twitter interview (about 1.00 minute in), Bradser said


    "No I'd imagine it will be fine"



    https://twitter.com/ShamrockRovers/s...96147452231680

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    hopefully the ground staff have worked a bit of magic. I noticed as white horse said that they had narrowed the pitch and the subs linesman etc etc etc were churning it up on what will now be the wing....hope for the best, .

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    The weather (here in the west anyway) has improved last two days, so it may encourage a few more soccer fans to get to a LoI game. A win is crucial for Galway against Wexford tonight, along with an overall improvement on our play so far this season.
    With another double fixture week, the premier division is moving along at a fair rate, but it is good to see that the top 6 teams are still close together.
    Pats at 4/1 to win in Cork, may tempt some with their big stadium plans making plenty of headlines this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    Cawley is just a bitter little Sligo twa*. He deserves nothing but disdain.
    May well be but he is right about shams goalkeeping ‘situation’. Are you saying you are happy with the goalkeeping this season ?

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    Harps are pure filth.

    4 yellows so far. Really looks like they'll end with 10 at this stage.

    They're filth who are leading granted. But filth nonetheless.

    Let this week's Waterford v Cork slanging match commence.

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    Also, Kabia just scored for Cobh.

    There's a random nostalgia trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Harps are pure filth.

    4 yellows so far. Really looks like they'll end with 10 at this stage.

    They're filth who are leading granted. But filth nonetheless.

    Let this week's Waterford v Cork slanging match commence.
    Wrestlers saved it for their trip to UCD of course.

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    Superb goal by Carr, it reminded me of one that Aaron Ramsey scored recently. Bohs very much in it still. Horgan to his credit is coming up with the goods between the sticks for Rovers.

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    McCourt booked for Harps now. Says a lot when he's reduced to a hacker.

    A hacker who's set up both Harps goals in fairness.

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