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    Foot.ie! Weekend Games 3-4 May

    1 Premier Division
    FRI Bohemians 19:45 Cork City
    FRI Dundalk 19:45 Derry City
    FRI St Patrick's Athletic 19:45 Waterford
    FRI Finn Harps 20:00 UCD
    SAT Sligo Rovers 19:45 Shamrock Rovers
    2 First Division
    FRI Athlone Town 19:45 Cobh Ramblers
    FRI Cabinteely 19:45 Shelbourne
    FRI Drogheda United 19:45 Longford Town
    FRI Galway United 19:45 Wexford
    FRI Limerick 19:45 Bray Wanderers

    Only really posting a new thread because I read this article about Bohs and though people might be interested; https://www.the42.ie/keith-long-bohs...17362-May2019/

    Some good insight into how Keith Long works and how he targets recruits.

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    Rumours on emmett road that Alan Reynolds to make sensational return to playing tonight to exact revenge.

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    Interesting for the bottom clubs. A win by Bohs and UCD drags Cork in to the relegation quagmire proper. Cotter will need to nail his own colours on the cork squad and select a side that the fans have been calling for. If he sets up negatively with players out of position he will be Caulfield marK II, though the players might have a wright lifted too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D24Saint View Post
    Rumours on emmett road that Alan Reynolds to make sensational return to playing tonight to exact revenge.
    Any emnity should be directed at the FAI - few more tennisballs would be in order!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Interesting for the bottom clubs. A win by Bohs and UCD drags Cork in to the relegation quagmire proper. Cotter will need to nail his own colours on the cork squad and select a side that the fans have been calling for. If he sets up negatively with players out of position he will be Caulfield marK II, though the players might have a wright lifted too.
    He should do what he thinks will get the best result and he should not play any team in any specific way to satisfy fans of any team or the media. Given hes only had a few days, and the teams confidence is so low I doubt we see any major changes in style for tonight's game and expecting changes is unrealistic and unfair.

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    Think Cork will up their performance tonight, unfortunately.
    Would take a draw with both hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    Think Cork will up their performance tonight, unfortunately.
    Would take a draw with both hands.
    This is a game you should be winning all day everyday, Cork could have lost at home to Harps and are bang average at best and i don't see Cotter changing things overnight.

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    Cork to get an improved performance tonight before conceding a dubious late penalty at the box.

    MB to march on to the pitch demanding that Keith Long does a Bielsa and allow an equaliser

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    Cork to get an improved performance tonight before conceding a dubious late penalty at the box.

    MB to march on to the pitch demanding that Keith Long does a Bielsa and allow an equaliser
    is Connolly playing for Dundalk tonight ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    is Connolly playing for Dundalk tonight ?
    No, but I heard the cheque from Wimbledon has cleared.

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    Patrick Who-Bin puts Dundalk 1-0 up in Oriel. 50 mins gone.

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    2 nil now

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    Superb Derry comeback! 2-2. 10 mins left.

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    Jesus Christ. Losing to Harps is bad, but this is a hammering

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    No sympathy for the classless cvnt H Kenny from the away supporters tonight...he can stick his forking Europe up his harse.... mind ya he should be gone before it comes around...

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    Jaysus that was bad !

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    Harry Kenny is absolutely clueless seriously. Genuinely embarrassing.

    Almost as much as Waterford actually having a song for Akinade. Jesus.

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    Strap in for the excuses..

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    Town grinding out another win in a difficult away game is encouraging. Only letting in 2 goals in 10 games so far is some going. Win at home to Cabo and Galway (our game in hand) and a little gap is opening up.
    Last edited by Longfordian; 03/05/2019 at 8:56 PM.
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    A draw for Dundalk probably wasn’t the worst result considering it was 10 against 12.
    In fairness we should have seen out the victory at 2-0 up, but the fact that the ref saw Sean Hoare being grabbed in the box, and clearly made the conscious decision not to give it, should not be ignored.

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