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    Game week 9/10/11 October

    Raining cats and dogs at Dalymount!!

    A couple of oul benches would have been handy in front of the Jodi!
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    Cork get get absolutely hammered here. Two good finished, the Grant one particularly cheeky, have to question the keeper though. Grant on fire since being left out of the under 21 squad.

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    One foot in Europe and Cork one foot in First Division.

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    Cork have not been helped this season by McNulty being so bad.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by passinginterest View Post
    Cork get get absolutely hammered here. Two good finished, the Grant one particularly cheeky, have to question the keeper though. Grant on fire since being left out of the under 21 squad.
    That must have being the goal I saw on rte six one news! classic!
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    Bray looking good for automatic promotion now,5 points ahead with 2 games left, Drogheda the only team that could trouble them now, they've 3 games left.....
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    Waterford 0-1 Shels.

    Can't remember the last time sides in the league were falling over themselves so badly not to get into Europe.

    If you assume Dundalk will come third and the cup winners will mean fourth gets Europe, then that Pat's team their fans have been giving out about all season is a point off Europe with a match in hand.

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    Waterford 0 Shelbourne 1. Waterford dominated the 2nd half but did not take their chances. Coote skied one over from right in front of goal. Then Sobowale gives away free kick and we concede a headed goal again from the set piece.Daryl Murphy came on and just fired over near the end with a turn and shot. Big defeat in the chase for Europe and Shelbourne take a big step towards safety.

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    I'm struggling with that result. Waterford were all over Shels in the second half. Disaster for Harps, and indeed Cork, if we'd any hope of getting out of the playoff spot, the chance has gone a lot slimmer now

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Waterford 0-1 Shels.

    Can't remember the last time sides in the league were falling over themselves so badly not to get into Europe.

    If you assume Dundalk will come third and the cup winners will mean fourth gets Europe, then that Pat's team their fans have been giving out about all season is a point off Europe with a match in hand.
    Nothing is surprising anymore in this topsy turvy year, what’s next Rovers & Dundalk fans getting along. On a serious note, we should be nowhere near the european spots this year. If it can be somehow achieved it would be something positive to take from the **** show that is 2020.

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    That's difficult to take, losing to Finn Harps at home was brutal watching, now this? our chance to finish third died tonight.

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    Bray's win in Tallaght today means that, apart from the postponed Galway/Drogheda game, there have now been three full series of FD matches with away wins only. The last time the home team got any kind of result was Drogheda 3 SRFC II 2 on the 22nd of September. Got to be some kind of record.

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    Bray looking good for the title. This is the third weekend in succession that it's all away wins in the First Division - 14 matches in a row!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollocaine View Post
    Bray looking good for the title. This is the third weekend in succession that it's all away wins in the First Division - 14 matches in a row!
    Fierce impressive stat Hollocaine! Yeah Bray will win it. Think us,drogheda,galway and cobh will make playoffs now and I would make Drogheda favs ahead of us for the playoffs even though we did beat them a few weeks back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D24Saint View Post
    Nothing is surprising anymore in this topsy turvy year, what’s next Rovers & Dundalk fans getting along. On a serious note, we should be nowhere near the european spots this year. If it can be somehow achieved it would be something positive to take from the **** show that is 2020.
    Well if Dundalk can make EL groups stages anything is possible this season!! All shows how messed up everything is...

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    The only constant, it seems, is that Rovers are, by a distance, ahead of everyone else in the league this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    The only constant, it seems, is that Rovers are, by a distance, ahead of everyone else in the league this year.
    Very messed up indeed!!

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    Wonder will fillipo play the team that played against rovers and harps against cork. If he is planning on rotating the team again 100% he should play a full strength team against cork where he has a better chance of picking up 3 points then against bohs.

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    Its time to get some wins in the league! He should field his strongest side.

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