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    Id be inclined to believe the Sligo fan (Nah Nah Nah) that sees them every week as well as the few times i have seen them that Sligo have improved.
    Derry have definitely improved , didn't qualify for Europe last year but will probably do it this year, they have 5 points more now then finished with last year with 6 matches to go.
    Sligo will also finish with more points so no the table is not wrong......it is pretty simple.

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    I can't remember the last time the general consensus hasn't been that the league has gotten worse. It must have been ****ing brilliant in the 80s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Id be inclined to believe the Sligo fan (Nah Nah Nah) that sees them every week as well as the few times i have seen them that Sligo have improved.
    Derry have definitely improved , didn't qualify for Europe last year but will probably do it this year, they have 5 points more now then finished with last year with 6 matches to go.
    Sligo will also finish with more points so no the table is not wrong......it is pretty simple.
    All season we've been told Dundalk not as good yet they are romping away with the League (shams have even surrendered &#128514 won the League cup and well placed to win the treble. Bohs have been so injury hit they brought on a 14 year old last night- still 3rd in the table.UCD hit for 7 and 10.
    Even Bradser has managed to stagger into 2nd place 🙄 (although good that shams have given up whining about "the project")

    Yep, a vintage season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    Yet Bohs, who you donít mention are ahead of two of them and shams only second because of huge increase in budget and Cork implosion  wow.
    If anyone has any doubts about this - Cork had 67 points after 31 games last season and finished the season on 77 points. While Rovers have made some progress, their current points total would have had them trailing Cork City in 3rd place last season

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    It was
    The LOI was dead on its arse in the 1980s.

    Rovers homeless & under boycott ; most clubs attracting woeful crowds etc ; other clubs like NewcastleWest hitting the wall etc.

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    Yeah, no Cork team or multiple attempts at a Cork team.Limerick and Sligo won the cup(both against Bohs) as did UCD.As Rovers got more successful their crowds dropped. Bohs beat Rangers UCD should havebeaten Everton..Derry spiced it up when they joined.
    90's had great battles between Bohs Cork and Shels.
    Every decade had its moments, but I think the standard of football played in the league in recent years, including this year. is far superior. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezeikial View Post
    Maybe the question is too sensitive for Rovers supporters to engage with?

    Unless Dundalk get turned over in Waterford this weekend, the league title will be there to be won by Dundalk against Rovers next Monday in Oriel (irrespective of Friday's result between Rovers & St Pats)

    While Rovers management, players and fans would like to prevent Dundalk winning the title against them again, it may be that pride overcome's pragmatism. I expect that Rovers will put out their strongest side in the hope of getting a morale boosting win and trying to finish within 10 points.
    There's not a Rovers fan who exlects our 'first' team to play on Monday. Its a nothing game for us, the league is over. I'd be very disappointed if a 'first team' was played(there are injuries at the back which has us stretched there in fairness so Bradley may have to play someone he'd normally not risk).
    False hope is worse than no hope. Ask Sligo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asterix View Post
    Probably to do with bohs letting their members show up on the night without a ticket and paying 10Ä instead of 15 Ä.
    So the "issues" holding up tickets was SRFC wanting to ensure their non playing squad would be facilitated in the Jodi Stand 😂

    Why they would want to sit among 3,000 Bohs fans rather than among their own fans is a VERY good question.
    Although, having seen the stick their players got from their "supporters" after recent Dalymount games makes it easier to understand 😎

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    Its normal for unavailable players to sit in the main stands at away grounds, why do bohs ones go to the main stand in tallaght?. This is the FAI's game so the club wern't going to accept them having to go the condemned stand behind the dugouts like they usually do.

    They wont be among 3000 bohs fans, they'll in block A by themselves

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    So the "issues" holding up tickets was SRFC wanting to ensure their non playing squad would be facilitated in the Jodi Stand 😂

    Why they would want to sit among 3,000 Bohs fans rather than among their own fans is a VERY good question.
    Although, having seen the stick their players got from their "supporters" after recent Dalymount games makes it easier to understand 😎
    Is there a reason why bohs shouldn't have to accomadate staff and players from away teams like every other club in the league?
    Didn't think so...

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    [QUOTE=Asterix;2017493]Its normal for unavailable players to sit in the main stands at away grounds, why do bohs ones go to the main stand in tallaght?. This is the FAI's game so the club wern't going to accept them having to go the condemned stand behind the dugouts like they usually do.

    They wont be among 3000 bohs fans, they'll in block A by themselves [/QUOTE

    Wrong again. That's what shams wanted, front two rows only given, rest of Block A is home fans.🙄
    Why don't they want to be with their own fans ? Bohs players often join fans at away games, even in Tallaght, and have done at Oriel and Richmond recently.
    Oh wait.....the abuse at FT 😎

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    Strange that the arrangements for buying home end tickets had to be changed then if Rovers are ony getting the front two rows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asterix View Post
    Strange that the arrangements for buying home end tickets had to be changed then if Rovers are ony getting the front two rows.
    Strange you were blaming Bohs members for delaying allocation of Des Kelly tickets when it was shams causing the unnecessary delay.

    Iíll take that as your apology for being wrong 😁
    Front two rows as confirmed to SRFC, strange how they complain about the limited capacity yet want a whole block for a couple of players.

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    Will be amazed if the front two rows is the solution, we will see.
    Rovers players sit with the rovers fans at every home match and plenty of away matches, u still haven't given a reason why bohs shouldn't have to provide safe seating for players and staff like every other club does.
    Oh wait there isn't one

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Will be amazed if the front two rows is the solution, we will see.
    Rovers players sit with the rovers fans at every home match and plenty of away matches, u still haven't given a reason why bohs shouldn't have to provide safe seating for players and staff like every other club does.
    Oh wait there isn't one
    Still waiting for reason shams complain about lack of capacity yet want a whole section of the stand blocked off for a few players.

    While you are at it let us know why they delayed allocating DK tickets to their fans ?

    Or why players would rather sit among 3000 Bohs fans than with their own ?

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    Why would Rovers pay for the players to go into the away end when they get free access to the jodi, or take away tickets from fans.

    You keep pretending bohs squad go into the awy end, they can be seen in their tracksuits in the main stand in Tallaght.

    As for 3000 bohs fans , that dosn't add up does it? Jodi only holds about 2600. You only sold a limited amount on genral sale, your season ticket holders could only get 1 each and your members got 3, Id say its more likely 2000 bohs fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asterix View Post
    Why would Rovers pay for the players to go into the away end when they get free access to the jodi, or take away tickets from fans.

    You keep pretending bohs squad go into the awy end, they can be seen in their tracksuits in the main stand in Tallaght.

    As for 3000 bohs fans , that dosn't add up does it? Jodi only holds about 2600. You only sold a limited amount on genral sale, your season ticket holders could only get 1 each and your members got 3, Id say its more likely 2000 bohs fans.
    Sorry, 2742 Bohs fans. Where will the 742 shams get the tickets so ? Many Bohs members among your support ?

    Still waiting as to why your players are so adamant on wanting to sit among 2Ä&@ (there you go &#128513 Bohs fans rather than be with their own ?

    Why did Shams delay distribution of DK tickets over this ?

    Why did you state it was deked due to Bohs members attendance ?

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