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    100% of loi teams that qualified still in Europe
    Hopefully the first of a few good results for the league.
    DFC aren't playing this weekend or possibly not for a few weeks now.

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    Congrats to Dundalk on getting through. Fans a bit greyer after that I'd imagine. Torture.
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    Bravo Gary Rogers and Dundalk! Great result for league of Ireland but bloody hell! ... That was torture!

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    Next round in Tallaght I assume?

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    Will the game against Qarabag be in oriel or tallaght

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    I thought it was gone when it went into sudden death, Rodgers the hero! - I never would have thought, not after the first 3.

    Dundalk have to get rid of that plastic mulch of a pitch.

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    Made a meal of that but well deserved. Dundalk the better side. The whole tie was like trying to open a nut with your bare hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave77 View Post
    Will the game against Qarabag be in oriel or tallaght
    Oriel for the next round and then Tallaght for the 3rd of whichever competition we’re in.

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    Well done Dundalk... badly needed boost for the league as a whole

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    Well done Dundalk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPXcyan View Post
    Qarabag next.. ouch.
    Dundalk will never get past this, the game is a free shot really, possible chance to draw / win the home tie (next week) and I think oriel park is fine for that, but no further games. The real prize tonight was the 1.2 M pot, so that peno was the difference between 800k and 1.2m.

    That and the parachute of a better game now (if lost tonight it was into EL r2), now EL r3 is guaranteed and this will be against a loser in CL r2 so much better chance of progressing, draw dependent of course.

    Not how you wanted to get past, but Christ that was heart stopping !
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    100% of loi teams that qualified still in Europe
    Hopefully the first of a few good results for the league.
    DFC aren't playing this weekend or possibly not for a few weeks now.
    I think DFC have games in euro for 4 weeks in a row now, possibly one week gap from after Quarbag to EL r3 (if that's where we end up as expected). but certainly 4 more games now in quick period of time. God knows when LOI games will be squeezed in. Maybe the odd Sunday ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oriel View Post
    Dundalk will never get past this, the game is a free shot really, possible chance to draw / win the home tie (next week) and I think oriel park is fine for that, but no further games. The real prize tonight was the 1.2 M pot, so that peno was the difference between 800k and 1.2m.
    Seriously, are you throwing in the towel already?

    There is no doubt that the odds will be stacked against Dundalk playing Qarabag, and that the performance will need to go up some levels.


    Have you so quickly forgotten the spirit and belief that was in both the team and supporters in 2016 taking on some giants of European football? The management instilled a belief that anything was possible and this translated to players and fans.

    As a well know Dundalk chap said once or twice- Beleave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    Seriously, are you throwing in the towel already?

    There is no doubt that the odds will be stacked against Dundalk playing Qarabag, and that the performance will need to go up some levels.


    Have you so quickly forgotten the spirit and belief that was in both the team and supporters in 2016 taking on some giants of European football? The management instilled a belief that anything was possible and this translated to players and fans.

    As a well know Dundalk chap said once or twice- Beleave!

    "if you think you can, or think you can't, you're right"
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    Money made now so Dundalk can give it a good rattle. Yes, they will be underdogs but hardly a major shock if they were to get through another round.
    Give it a lash

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Horse View Post
    I've been watching Gary Rogers playing in goal for Dundalk for a few years and that is the first time I've seen him save a penalty.
    They're normally given up the other end.
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    Draw on Monday,


    One of these if Dundalk progress.......Bate again?


    Ajax (NED)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    Seriously, are you throwing in the towel already?

    There is no doubt that the odds will be stacked against Dundalk playing Qarabag, and that the performance will need to go up some levels.


    Have you so quickly forgotten the spirit and belief that was in both the team and supporters in 2016 taking on some giants of European football? The management instilled a belief that anything was possible and this translated to players and fans.

    As a well know Dundalk chap said once or twice- Beleave!

    "if you think you can, or think you can't, you're right"
    Henry Ford
    Currently BATE are ranked 55 and Qarabag 69... so make of that what you will. Its also possible for a team to catch them out on a bad day/year etc Qarabag were held 0-0 away against the Albanian team (hardly big hitters) and won 2-0 at home in Azerbajan (the second goal was in the 94th minute...). Which might not mean much but if Dundalk step up their game and have a 1-0 going away its all to play for.
    Id say the trek out there will be tough though...

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    the Montenegrin team last night was maybe the biggest unseeded win against Slovan Bratislava.
    In other news Astana (ranked 55; same ranking as BATE and higher than Qarabag) were also knocked out by Cluj, a much lower seed.
    Ludogrets (often talked up; champions league group stage experience) were also knocked out by the Hungarians.
    Tblisi were the lowest ranked non-seed and they knocked out Sheriff Tirapsol.
    That also means that there are not many easy draws whoever wins the Champions path in ELQR2...
    edit; thats not strictly true there are some nice draws Dundalk could hope to win but some of these teams are to be avoided, I imagine if simply to avoid a hectic away trip.. I'm near to Bratislava, so heres's hoping.
    anyways beat Qarabag should be the aim and putting off the parachute as long as possible.
    Last edited by sparky12345678; 18/07/2019 at 7:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtndvn View Post
    They're normally given up the other end.
    I know, Dundalk got seven penos last night. It's getting ridiculous.

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