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    LoI Fixtures 8th/9th March

    Premier Division
    FRI Finn Harps v Cork City 8pm
    FRI Bohemians v Derry City 7.45
    FRI St Patrick's Athletic v Shamrock Rovers 7.45
    FRI Dundalk v Waterford 7.45
    SAT Sligo Rovers v UCD 7.45

    First Division
    FRI Limerick v Drogheda 7.45
    FRI Cabinteely v Longford 7.45
    FRI Athlone v Shelbourne 7.45
    FRI Galway United v Bray 7.45
    SAT Cobh Ramblers v Wexford 7pm
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    So Limerick not going back to Saturday for their home matches this year?
    Biggest crowd should be at the Luas derby I suppose.

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    Pitch inspection at 1:30 in Finn Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonder88 View Post
    Biggest crowd should be at the Luas derby I suppose.
    Don't forget, Bohs are on the Luas too, now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlebray View Post
    Don't forget, Bohs are on the Luas too, now!
    Not sure Derry is though. Not on a direct luas line anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattB11 View Post
    Pitch inspection at 1:30 in Finn Park
    What was the outcome of this? Were they able to find a pitch to inspect?

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    Game on, they found Pat Hoban in Keith Cowan's back pocket aswell!

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    Bohs saying the Jodi sold out / or will sell out..
    Derry won't fill the Des Kelly, are home supporters allowed in there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Bohs saying the Jodi sold out / or will sell out..
    Derry won't fill the Des Kelly, are home supporters allowed in there?
    They sold out the Jodi against us too,but there was no home fans in the stand behind the goal,they could have like but I think the FAI wouldn't allow it.
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    The Luas derby is a big match for both clubs.
    If Rovers are going to challenge this year we need to start winning matches like this.
    If Pats are going to challenge ditto.

    Its only 3 points at the end of the day but with Sligo/Harps and UCD next up it sets us up to go on a bit of a run .............or abject misery

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    They sold out the Jodi against us too,but there was no home fans in the stand behind the goal,they could have like but I think the FAI wouldn't allow it.

    kinda strange,
    Up until this season the only thing that seperated Bohs fans from Rovers fans in Tallaght was a line of netting and some stewards.
    Surely they could run a bit of netting accross the Des Kelly......

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    Its odd,they decided they needed a steel fence to separate us because of the massive history of trouble between Bohs and Harps!
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    You Harps boys are known troublemakers , a steel fence is the least that would be needed.
    An oul bit of netting is good enough for us.

    Speaking of troublemakers, the 4th official sending Ollie into the stand against us last Monday needs a bit of netting put around him.
    Was funny seeing Ollie walk off the pitch and then reemerge and sit down with the Rovers fans, proper banter
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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    Its odd,they decided they needed a steel fence to separate us because of the massive history of trouble between Bohs and Harps!
    Nope, because the Jodi wasn't sold out. Great crowd in the JODI alright, including some of our 'sworn enemies' from Donegal but anyone that wanted to could pay in on the night.Originally had intended not opening the Des Kelly stand and facilitating Harps fans in the JODI but as crowd grew a late call was made to open DK Stand for 'away' fans (that's why facilities were VERY basic). No Boh's fans chose to go in the DK stand and as JODI was available they didn't need to.
    The only game that segregation is strongly imposed is V shams (for obvious reasons) even when the DK Stand is open its quite normal to see away fans wander about the Jodi ad shock horror use the bars.

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    Rovers allocation for tonight is sold out and Pats are saying the home end will sell out. Looking forward to it, Hopefully it will be a good game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    The Luas derby is a big match for both clubs.
    If Rovers are going to challenge this year we need to start winning matches like this.
    If Pats are going to challenge ditto.
    Tis a bit early to be ruling either club out of a title challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    You Harps boys are known troublemakers , a steel fence is the least that would be needed.
    An oul bit of netting is good enough for us.

    Speaking of troublemakers, the 4th official sending Ollie into the stand against us last Monday needs a bit of netting put around him.
    Was funny seeing Ollie walk off the pitch and then reemerge and sit down with the Rovers fans, proper banter
    No need, he just takes his runners off and puts the feet up and people stay clear!! ;p

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    Looks like a massive crowd is on for tonight. Both ends on for sell outs.

    Can see a scrappy game though, both teams' quality is very much condensed in the midfield so I reckon we'll largely cancel each other out. Drennan will be the the most likely on the pitch to dig a goal out so hopefully that stands to us, but I fear by the same token Rovers are the more settled side by far, we've not found our feet yet as a team and this isn't a handy game where that will suddenly click into place.

    Still - 4-0 Pats.

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    Rovers just sent an email out saying all away allocation gone, no sales to away fans tonight in the stadium.
    5 nil Rovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    You Harps boys are known troublemakers , a steel fence is the least that would be needed.
    An oul bit of netting is good enough for us.

    Speaking of troublemakers, the 4th official sending Ollie into the stand against us last Monday needs a bit of netting put around him.
    Was funny seeing Ollie walk off the pitch and then reemerge and sit down with the Rovers fans, proper banter
    Tomas Connolly. He was supposed to ref tonights Harps v Cork game, but that mysteriously changed late in the week and we've got Damien MacGraith instead.

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