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    Men against Boys in Dalymount.
    Some bitching and diving from the men though.
    Some amount of nastiness from the full timers too.2-0 ahead and another boot left in on 93rd minute to break Conor Levingstons foot. That Georgie Kelly is another piece of work.
    Almost hope that Rovers beat you to title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    Men against Boys in Dalymount.
    Some bitching and diving from the men though.
    Some amount of nastiness from the full timers too.2-0 ahead and another boot left in on 93rd minute to break Conor Levingstons foot. That Georgie Kelly is another piece of work.
    Almost hope that Rovers beat you to title.
    Was a hard fought game, both sides went in 100% for every challenge

    No bad tackles from either side

    Better team won get over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundalkfc10 View Post
    Was a hard fought game, both sides went in 100% for every challenge

    No bad tackles from either side

    Better team won get over it
    The moaning from Bohs fans is becoming very tiresome. Sometimes lads you just lose to the better team, it's not always the refs fault or cheating from the opposition.

    We've been beaten twice this season and no complaints over either result, better team won on the night.

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    A good moan was to be expected!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgonigle View Post
    The moaning from Bohs fans is becoming very tiresome. Sometimes lads you just lose to the better team, it's not always the refs fault or cheating from the opposition.

    We've been beaten twice this season and no complaints over either result, better team won on the night.
    A foreign consept one I can’t see catching on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgonigle View Post
    The moaning from Bohs fans is becoming very tiresome. Sometimes lads you just lose to the better team, it's not always the refs fault or cheating from the opposition.

    We've been beaten twice this season and no complaints over either result, better team won on the night.
    The game in Oriel we were by far the better team, and you got a penalty because Kelly/Gannon (can't remember which) took a dive outside the box.

    Last night, you were the better team, but it could have been a different result with a referee without a history of giving you questionable decisions. Jarvis should have been sent off for two yellows, there was a blatant handball in the run-up to your first goal, and you got a penalty after Duffy took a tumble loosing control of the ball while our two arguably more valid penalty claims weren't given. Professional performance by Dundalk, but I think this tweet from when you were further down the table shows how you've a habit of getting decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohs11 View Post
    The game in Oriel we were by far the better team, and you got a penalty because Kelly/Gannon (can't remember which) took a dive outside the box.

    Last night, you were the better team, but it could have been a different result with a referee without a history of giving you questionable decisions. Jarvis should have been sent off for two yellows, there was a blatant handball in the run-up to your first goal, and you got a penalty after Duffy took a tumble loosing control of the ball while our two arguably more valid penalty claims weren't given. Professional performance by Dundalk, but I think this tweet from when you were further down the table shows how you've a habit of getting decisions.
    It was AT the box!! Ffs keep up!!

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    Bohs11 aim to rival MarinoBohs and Dalymountrower in the whinging stakes?

    WexfordNed will probably jump in with a 'We're from Dublin' incomprehensible shout shortly

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    Referring to the missed penalty in the 2-0 last night, John Gill said:
    'It wasn’t a penalty, but you take them when you get them'

    https://www.rte.ie/sport/soccer/2019...-of-the-green/

    Keith Long:
    'Dundalk deserved to win, they were the better side

    https://twitter.com/bfcdublin/status...66721536811009


    Bohs will have another chance in 10 days time in Oriel Park

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    Waterford 2-1 up on Sligo after 42 minutes.

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    It's clear the man is conspiring to keep the "Big Club" down. But chalk up another moral victory against us this season. That's 6 moral points you've taken from us

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    A draw in Derry is usually a decent result but a defeat might have got Kenny a bit closer to the exit door.
    Here on a technicality.

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    Waterford and Sligo draw 3 each in the RSC,sounded like a good game.
    Big result for Cabo beating Longford in CCS a bit of a mental league this year.
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    Great entertainment in the RSC last night. The second half especially was crazy with all out attacking football from 2 teams who just went for the win. Both keepers saved a penalty and it could have been 5 5 with some bad misses from play as well. Anthony Buttimer's unpredictable refereeing added to the madness but a draw was probably fair.

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    There was no doubting who deserved the win.Dundalk have an amazing ability to work and press relentlessly up the pitch for 90 plus minutes.
    It's the unsavoury side of their play, which the Ref chose to ignore, that I had an issue with on Friday, with the resulting serious consequences for one of our young players.
    Leahy almost suffered the same fate as Levingston when Georgie Kelly left his studs in when Leahy was clearing the ball in the second half.
    No doubt Dundalk posters see this being pointed out as "whinging"

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    Really disheartening to see the RSC half empty after the crowd that turned up to see the fecking U17s there last week.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    There was no doubting who deserved the win.Dundalk have an amazing ability to work and press relentlessly up the pitch for 90 plus minutes.
    It's the unsavoury side of their play, which the Ref chose to ignore, that I had an issue with on Friday, with the resulting serious consequences for one of our young players.
    Leahy almost suffered the same fate as Levingston when Georgie Kelly left his studs in when Leahy was clearing the ball in the second half.
    No doubt Dundalk posters see this being pointed out as "whinging"
    Here's the other view of the Kelly/Leahy incident. It happened right in front of me. Kelly never made any contact and it was play acting from Leahy. He wanted to get Kelly sent off because the game was slipping away and Bohs weren't going to get back into it 11 v 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    There was no doubting who deserved the win.Dundalk have an amazing ability to work and press relentlessly up the pitch for 90 plus minutes.
    It's the unsavoury side of their play, which the Ref chose to ignore, that I had an issue with on Friday, with the resulting serious consequences for one of our young players.
    Leahy almost suffered the same fate as Levingston when Georgie Kelly left his studs in when Leahy was clearing the ball in the second half.
    No doubt Dundalk posters see this being pointed out as "whinging"
    It's hard to know when you are whinging or giving a genuine view (maybe they are the same thing?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgonigle View Post
    Here's the other view of the Kelly/Leahy incident. It happened right in front of me. Kelly never made any contact and it was play acting from Leahy. He wanted to get Kelly sent off because the game was slipping away and Bohs weren't going to get back into it 11 v 11
    This is how i seen as well.Bohs also were kicking-out in frustration early in the match as they couldn't keep up with the pace.Took them a while to catch up.
    Great goal by Georgie,back to the goal turns and smashes it in!Hoare waited in the clouds for Dundalk's 2nd keeper at sea.Pen miss inspired Dundalk.
    Great crowd up from town.Great atmosphere despite a poor enough match but we were handy on the pedal for most of the game.Micheal Duffy still doing laps round Dalyer!Bohs record against us in the league is dismal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    Really disheartening to see the RSC half empty after the crowd that turned up to see the fecking U17s there last week.....
    You didn't happen to see an official attendance Joey B? My attendance spreadsheet needs it.

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