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    Glad to see Finn Harps and UCD still involved. Good for our relegation battle.

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    UCD are already safe
    Havin a weekend away is quite frankly,lettin ur team mates down!

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    Enjoyable game in the Brandywell, and good to get a few of the lads coming back from injury/suspension a run out.

    I thought Longford were actually quite good and tried to play football. Passed it out for the back a lot, and pressured Derry we when had the ball. They're bound to remain around the top of the First playing like that.

    Match highlights here:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pul-hzj1p5A
    Stokes's goal on 1:30 the best of the lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAFC_rdfl View Post
    UCD are already safe
    Quick, hide the "Never Relegated" flag lads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    7 by my count.

    It might still be a shock, but Bray were actually relegated.
    Ah they'll find some way to weasel their way back into the 2019 Premier Division somehow

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
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    Shelbourne 1-2 UCD (Tolka Park #209 - €10). EA Sports Cup.

    ''Cold way to end the trip, both in weather and welcome. Not a club I want to revisit. Not that bothered that they didn't issue a programme as I had half expected that, but they didn't bother with anything. No hot food at all, just got drinks of little quality and they couldn't even be bothered to offer me the chance to buy anything from their closed club shop. I had spent at least €20 at each of the other clubs but no interest from Shelbourne in selling me anything. Really poor attitude from their club officials so I was happy when UCD scored late in the game to go through . They also spotted my message to Shelbourne on Twitter and offered me tickets to a UCD game in the future. That's more like the welcome I've had in Ireland previously so fair play to the Collegiates!''

    A message left about Shelbourne v UCD from an English Ground hopper, really poor from Shelbourne even it is only the league cup......
    Shels obviously busy focusing on their 'plan' to relegate Bohs
    Bohemian FC The Big Club since 1890

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
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    Shelbourne 1-2 UCD (Tolka Park #209 - €10). EA Sports Cup.

    ''Cold way to end the trip, both in weather and welcome. Not a club I want to revisit. Not that bothered that they didn't issue a programme as I had half expected that, but they didn't bother with anything. No hot food at all, just got drinks of little quality and they couldn't even be bothered to offer me the chance to buy anything from their closed club shop. I had spent at least €20 at each of the other clubs but no interest from Shelbourne in selling me anything. Really poor attitude from their club officials so I was happy when UCD scored late in the game to go through . They also spotted my message to Shelbourne on Twitter and offered me tickets to a UCD game in the future. That's more like the welcome I've had in Ireland previously so fair play to the Collegiates!''

    A message left about Shelbourne v UCD from an English Ground hopper, really poor from Shelbourne even it is only the league cup......
    But it's the league cup...
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Quote Originally Posted by total hoofball View Post
    But it's the league cup...
    Imagine a LOI club expected to provide basic facilities for paying customers Tsk. down with that sort of thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    Imagine a LOI club expected to provide basic facilities for paying customers Tsk. down with that sort of thing
    Get out of that nonsense, mid-week split-gate LC game against UCD with an attendance of 200 and putting on matchday programme, hot food van and club shop ensure you lose a nice unnecessary sum of money
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Would actually agree with all that except the club shop bit. Surely that wouldn't lose money?

    There was a shop selling bars and I think tea/coffee. Didn't see any problems really

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    Quote Originally Posted by dong View Post
    I know a good manager....
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    We'll take him.
    Buckley?

    He was in the hot seat on Monday.(Aprils fool joke by the Pats mdc maybe?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by total hoofball View Post
    Get out of that nonsense, mid-week split-gate LC game against UCD with an attendance of 200 and putting on matchday programme, hot food van and club shop ensure you lose a nice unnecessary sum of money
    Club shop ? Presumably volunteers. A single page programme/team sheet too much ?

    And people wonder why crowds are low. 200 is too good for that nonsense

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