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    Oh dear....

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    I have to say that Bradser has come on leaps and bounds in his dealings with the media. He seems to be a lot more articulate, matter of fact, less inclined to have a swipe. Credit were its due. Maybe there is some media training involved but I think he is really jus maturing as a manager. Fair play to the board for sticking when it would have been easier to cut him loose with the growing unrest among the fans. He is certainly less abrasive and unlikable in his media work. Its easy to be confident when going well, maybe he doesnt feel the need to deflect from results with some controversal comments. Bohs were excellent against Dundalk so Tuesday is shaped up nicely and with Dundalk on the Friday following.

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    You know things are bad when you're relived you only lost 3-0 ,there's long season's and then there's this.....
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    You know things are bad when you're relived you only lost 3-0 ,there's long season's and then there's this.....
    In fairness Dundalk have been pretty average, 1-0 would have done me tbh.

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    Football is a sh1t sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorribsideSteve View Post
    Lovely to see a full brandywell on a perfect evening for football, especially considering a cloud of anger/sadness hung around Derry given what happened there last night. Though it's not completely full, there must be the guts of 3500 there.

    At least 3,900 at the Brandywell tonight. 160+ watched it from the bar and 200 had no seats so had to stand behind the seats in Southend stand.

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    Game of 2 halves at Dalymount. UCD had the better chances and all the possession in the 1st half. After a good run by Grant in behind he was pulled down for a pen. Dinny put it away just on the stroke of half time. UCD never came out the 2nd half and conceded early on. Man of the match for me was Danny Mandroiu but Bucko was close behind. Off the ball, Bucko lead the troops and started the pressing, which Bohs didn't do much of in d 1st half, that changed the game. On the ball, Mandroiu ran the show. So much potential, he thrived in his free role behind Dinny. A bag of flicks and tricks who has a massive future ahead of him in the game.
    Feel for Collie O'Neill especially after UCD's dominant display in the 1st half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Ah well **** football anyway...
    UCD excellent in first half.Save byTalbot was amazing.
    Different story second half, could have been 5-0

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    1100 Bohs tickets sold out for Tallaght game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    UCD excellent in first half.Save byTalbot was amazing.
    Different story second half, could have been 5-0
    Yeah, Bohs found another gear in fairness, and then our heads dropped at 2-0 and passes were going all over the place.

    Still think we've enough there to finish sixth or so, but need to get some wins on the board. No away points yet.

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    This might sound mad but even tho you's lost 3-0 Stu, on that performance you's are well capable of staying up. Talbots save was world class to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Typical. Men against boys for most of the first half - Talbot with a wonder save in particular - and we concede a peno on the stroke of half time
    UCD were outstanding first half and but for a couple of saves (one a worldly) by the excellent Talbot, Bohs would have been chasing the game. A solo break away by Grant and a careless challenge gave Dinny the chance from the spot and Bohs an ill deserved HT lead.
    Second half was better for Bohs and as the half wore on they pulled away.
    Watching UCD I would worry for teams around them, they play great football and with a bit more luck up front could have been celebrating another good result.
    Bohs adventure carry’s on and with a few more experienced players rested tonight we can head to Tallaght with more than usual hope. Our ticket allocation for Tuesday sold out - it should be a terrific occasion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Yeah, Bohs found another gear in fairness, and then our heads dropped at 2-0 and passes were going all over the place.

    Still think we've enough there to finish sixth or so, but need to get some wins on the board. No away points yet.
    It'll be grand you're in Finn Park soon that'll get the away points started for you,could be an all time low Harps premier league attendance at that one!
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Will Harps win a game this season?

    They might bully their way to one at home at some stage, maybe against UCD, but they might not even make double figures in points this season. Very poor.

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    Great win for Waterford v Cork City so it was a good finish to a bad day. Both sets of fans made a great atmosphere. Not many clear chances in first half with Albouzidi for Waterford missing a one on one by shooting over near half time. Waterford got on top from midway through second half and Shane Duggan scored with a great long range strike. Cork pressed for an equaliser and a header from set piece was deflected just wide. Albouzidi wrapped it up on the break in injury time with great speed and a cool finish.
    2nd 2 0 win in the Munster derby this season and Cork are a pale shadow of the team they were in last few years.

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    To describe Harps' approach as physical would be something of an understatement. Raf Cretaro in particular seems to embrace the Harps philosophy of leaving a bit in the tackle. There were flailing arms and elbows aplenty. Hopefully Brian Gartlands injury is not too serious although he took a serious knock in head
    Last edited by Ezeikial; 20/04/2019 at 11:38 AM. Reason: failed to spell flailing properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    To describe Harps' approach as physical would be something of an understatement. Raf Cretaro in particular seems to embrace the Harps philosophy of leaving a bit in the tackle. There were failing arms and elbows aplenty. Hopefully Brian Gartlands injury is not too serious although he took a serious knock in head
    James Rogers tweeted to say deep cut to mouth but nothing serious for Gartland

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    Quote Originally Posted by outspoken View Post
    James Rogers tweeted to say deep cut to mouth but nothing serious for Gartland
    Hopefully that is correct. James Rogers tweeted that shortly after the match and referenced Dr Connolly and John Gill in a subsequent tweet.However, Vinny Perth in a post match interview said that Gartland would be going for a scan on Saturday morning

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    I would be very worried if I was s Sligo fan, they looked very poor last night, even Pats managed to score 2 against them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    To describe Harps' approach as physical would be something of an understatement. Raf Cretaro in particular seems to embrace the Harps philosophy of leaving a bit in the tackle. There were flailing arms and elbows aplenty. Hopefully Brian Gartlands injury is not too serious although he took a serious knock in head
    Any word on Ciaran Gallaghers injury?

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