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    LOI fixtures 10th/11th May

    Prem:Friiday

    Bohs v Dundalk
    Cork Citty v UCD
    Derry City v Pats

    Sat:Waterford FC V Sligo Rovers - Sat 7m

    1st:Friday
    Drogheda United v Limerick FC
    Shelbourne FC v Athlone Town FC
    Wexford FCv Cobh Ramblers.

    Sat:
    Longford Town v Cabinteeley -Sat 7:30pm

    Coupom - https://mobile.boylesports.com/sport...premier-league
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    Our unbeaten run will continue this week, guarantee it!!!!

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    Key games outside of title challangers for different reasons. UCD are due a win and I think could rebound a bit and get a result in Cork. The rest of the games will go some way to show where clubs are at Sligo have picked up some good results now, Derry need the win and Pats expectations will be tested again. Obviously an important game in Dalymount, Bohs have been a difficult game for Dundalk more often than not over the last number of seasons.

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    Will be very pleasantly surprised should we get anything out of tomorrow. Fully anticipating another bleak performance and team selection.

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    Heading up but don’t expect much from the game after last week, I’m on the fence still but reckon the tide is turning slowly against Kenny. It’s a tough run of fixtures ahead so it will be interesting if can bounce back.

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    I'm expecting nothing out of this game, but I hope I'm wrong. Considering our style (or lack of) play, is Kenny MoN in disguise!

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    He's no Michael O'Neill.
    From the highlights against Waterford Pats looked as if they had a lot of chances but no Christy Fagan type player to finish them .

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    Interesting that despite being the most densely populated area in the country LOI clubs wise there isn't a single game on in South Dublin this weekend. Wonder when that last happened? Probably before Cabo joined the league?

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    Another interesting evening ! Dundalk starting to build up a head of steam so hopefully we can put the brakes on them. I would expect Derry to win at home but if Pats in the mood it could easily end up a draw. Would also expect Cork to grind out a win at home and add to their mini revival (large oaks.....)
    Waterford to edge Saturday nights fare, just.

    Lovely day in Dublin so hopefully people will get out and attend a game
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    Thinking about going to Dalyer as a "neutral" to get my football fix.
    Its that or Tolka

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    Shels need you more! Less uncomfortable aswell!
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    I'll be in with the Athlone fan (s) if i go there

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    Hopefully the capital gets a win after last weekend's whitewash!
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    Cork leading already.

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    hear athlone r winnin v shels now!!
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    I would guess that Bohs fans will be talking about Dundalk's dark arts/referee after tonights game!?

    Bohs are good but missed Ward. When he came on they looked more dangerous against a solid defensive perfromance. Plenty of endeavour from both sides, Dundalk passed and played at pace. Foraged well down the wings but didnt make that count as often as we could. Looks to have been a great travelling crowd, on top of a sold out Jodi Stand it must be close to a 3.5/4k gate. Good 3 points and the 2nd goal was absolutely key as Bohs were taking control. Top of the league after a 13 point gap and a whole midfield out injured so we have little to complain about.

    UCD like Harps need a miracle now. A point was kind of no good to either Derry or Pats. Lets see if Sligo can keep results rolling v Waterford tomorrow.

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    Favourable result in Cork for us,UCD on a bad run now,6 defeats in a row 1 goal scored in that run aswell, fairly safe to say we're both playing for a play off even at this early stage.

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    Very positive Joey! Results over the last week in Europe give that 'no lost cause' hope.

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    Two great goals at the Brandywell. Nothing else after. Pats goal might even get worldy status, some hit.

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    Another alarmingly underwhelming win from Shels against a still very poor Athlone team. After an atrocious first half effort we improved in the 2nd to go 2-1 up, then our penalty taker misses for the 2nd week in a row and then we get away with murder in stoppage time when Athlone's striker scuffs what should have been tap-in off the post and wide
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