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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
    Youmust be referring to another incident.Leahy didn't go down didn't go down didnt "play act" a la Dundalk players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    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
    The ref was bad, and allowed Dundalk dictate decisions (including over ruling his own linesman at one point) BUT Dundalk were much the better side and fully deserved the win.
    Giller is right about the peno and Long about the result.
    Seems anyone who doesn't buy the Dundalk are "perfect" narrative is a whinger 🤨
    They are a cracking team (and IMHO will walk the League) but they do often get decisions (Connolly must have more MOM awards than any other name at Oriel &#128513.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    It's hard to know when you are whinging or giving a genuine view (maybe they are the same thing?)
    Why don't you deal with the content of the posts .Young player gets his foot broken 93 minutes, game safe for Dundalk.A possee of Dundalk posts but no response to that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    You didn't happen to see an official attendance Joey B? My attendance spreadsheet needs it.
    Someone on Twitter mentioned 'less than 780' which is pretty exact and random ,not sure if that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    Why don't you deal with the content of the posts .
    I did.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    No doubt Dundalk posters see this being pointed out as "whinging"

    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    Young player gets his foot broken 93 minutes, game safe for Dundalk.A possee of Dundalk posts but no response to that fact.

    I didn't notice the Conor Levingston injury that you mentioned so can't really comment on how it happened. Was there even a free kick awarded?

    As regards the Georgie Kelly / Darragh Leahy incident, there was certainly no contact, no foul and no free. No reaction from the ref or linesman either.

    There seems to be hysterical reactions from Bohs fans after every defeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    I did.







    I didn't notice the Conor Levingston injury that you mentioned so can't really comment on how it happened. Was there even a free kick awarded?

    As regards the Georgie Kelly / Darragh Leahy incident, there was certainly no contact, no foul and no free. No reaction from the ref or linesman either.

    There seems to be hysterical reactions from Bohs fans after every defeat.
    "Hysterical reaction"
    - YOU doubted it was a penalty at Oriel
    - Dan McDonnell mentioned the Jarvis hand ball in the lead up to the first goal.

    All hysterical reaction ????

    Connolly is a useless ref who had a poor game even by his low standards. That's taking nothing from Dundalk it's simply stating a fact. Get over yourself FFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    I did.







    I didn't notice the Conor Levingston injury that you mentioned so can't really comment on how it happened. Was there even a free kick awarded?

    As regards the Georgie Kelly / Darragh Leahy incident, there was certainly no contact, no foul and no free. No reaction from the ref or linesman either.

    There seems to be hysterical reactions from Bohs fans after every defeat.
    It's easy not to be hysterical when the referee is your 12th man in every game.

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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.....
    we had the same issue with hosting the england france game this time last week!
    Neale Fenn red and black army

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalymountrower View Post
    Youmust be referring to another incident.Leahy didn't go down didn't go down didnt "play act" a la Dundalk players.
    So you're talking about an incident were there was no contact but if there had of been Leahy might have been injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohs11 View Post
    It's easy not to be hysterical when the referee is your 12th man in every game.
    Pity the high morals of Bohs fans don't stretch to the derby games. Not a problem when you're getting the decisions

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    Someone on Twitter mentioned 'less than 780' which is pretty exact and random ,not sure if that helps!
    That's great thanks.Judging by the highlights it did seem that sort of a number.

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    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullanefc View Post
    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullanefc View Post
    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.
    When you're on top everyone is looking for something to throw at you. It's mainly BS but opposition fans need something. Better than being belittled for tripe football.

    Penny for Caulfields thoughts after 2 wins in a row for Cotter, looks like the players weren't trying for him anymore. Makes all the testimonials laughable

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullanefc View Post
    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.
    If only Caulfield's Cork had been more street smart and less naive and innocent, they would not have been left in Dundalk's shadow for most of the last five years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgonigle View Post
    Pity the high morals of Bohs fans don't stretch to the derby games. Not a problem when you're getting the decisions
    Didn’t see ONE Bohs fan on here denying shams had a player wrongly sent off in the recent derby. Dundalk gobdhites defend bad refs decisions and accuse anyone else of “whining”.
    I guess the “high morals” of Dundalk fans prevent them seeing the obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullanefc View Post
    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.
    Don’t worry, Corks display of diving and time wasting at Dalymount last week far exceeded the efforts of Dundalk. The only difference was Dundalk can play good football.

    Good to see Cork fans “finding” the forum again 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullanefc View Post
    Interesting that when Cork City fans pointed out Dundalk's mastery of the dark arts over the past number of years, we were derided and our players were accused sarcastically by Bohs/Rovers/Pats fans (who seemed to have hard ons for Dundalk's total football) of having halos over their heads.

    I've an immense feeling of shaudenfraude (sp?) right now.
    You'd be hard pressed to find a Rovers fan to suit that narrative anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    Didn’t see ONE Bohs fan on here denying shams had a player wrongly sent off in the recent derby. Dundalk gobdhites defend bad refs decisions and accuse anyone else of “whining”.
    I guess the “high morals” of Dundalk fans prevent them seeing the obvious.
    Maybe not denying it but happy to relish in it all the same, certainly no Bohs fans condemning the ref those nights. There was one poor decision in the game on Friday and that was the soft penalty, justice was done when it was saved

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    I was surprised tbh that Dundalk got the penalty in Dalymount as given the number of penos they have had this year (in at or around ) the box you'd imagine the refs would be looking for nailed on before they give it.

    I'm probably giving them to much credit for intelligence.
    I don't think there is anything sinister about the number of penos they are getting its just swings and roundabouts , its not that long ago that Kenny was whinging about a lack of penos.

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