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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Is there though?

    I'd be thinking along the lines of DCWA's post - does anyone here watch games other than their own? Maybe one for a poll?
    I try to watch a few matches each week - love getting to see how other teams perform.
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    Decent game in Tallaght. surface looks amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Is there though?

    I'd be thinking along the lines of DCWA's post - does anyone here watch games other than their own? Maybe one for a poll?

    Iíve watched most Harps games and dub derby on now is the first Ive seen outside of Derry and Harps.
    As Irishmen we dilute our sense of nation by depending on the English to bring us our balls

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    Ross Tierney looks a player!!

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    I am not going to bother subsubscribin to watchloi any more. If you are doing somethin else at the same time & u r listenin to the commentary it keeps bufferin on me so not wastin my money on that rubbish. Happy to follow it on twitter.
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    Every time Harps brought a player on their throw ins got longer. Probably our most impressive win of the season so far, thought we were poor for long spells of the game but didnít give Harps much and took our chances when they came.

    A draw in Tallaght would top the night off nicely.

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    At the moment Rovers would take the hand off you for a draw.

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    It was a peno alright but never a straight red, horrendous decision.

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    That was a soft pen.......

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    Terrible decision.
    Rovers aren't impressing this season.

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    As much as it's soft on face value it's a red by the letter of the law in fairness. If you're to see it as a foul, that is. Clear goalscoring opportunity and there wasn't any intent to play the ball.

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    Triple whammy for Bohs, as soft a peno as you'll see, sending off and then Talbot should save that everytime. All after Bohs dominating

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    Also think Gannon is lucky not to be sent off

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    Treaty United beat Cork. 5 games in and doing well, but will reserve judgement until one series of games is played. But much better than I thought so far.

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    [QUOTE=Bohtastic;2074670]Terrible decision.
    Rovers aren't impressing this season.[

    Imagine what weíll be like when we click into gear - was a peno and red card

    Keith Long didnít know he was live in his interview with Tony OíD no wonder he was being so outspoken and livid re the penalty -albeit completely wrong

    PS was he wearing fake tan
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    Decent game of ball in Galway tonight. Annoying to have conceded a 90th minute equaliser for the second time this season, but overall happy with the point. Galway are a decent side (albeit that they haven't won all season, which is strange). We're more solid than last season, which is good (Todd is an excellent signing) and Whelan and Kerrigan are a class pairing up front.

    First Division feels a lot stronger than last year; the FAI Cup could be interesting this year.

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    You might click, but you can't expect to get those decisions all season.
    Only so many average performances you can get away with.

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    [QUOTE=Calcio Jack;2074677]
    Quote Originally Posted by Bohtastic View Post
    Terrible decision.
    Rovers aren't impressing this season.[

    Imagine what weíll be like when we click into gear - was a peno and red card
    It's a dive, if it was the other way you would be fuming. Mandriou making a name for himself, luckily for him the standard of reffing in this league is awful.

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    I know there is a long way to go but it feels like the top of the table at least is settling with Rovers looking like they will only get better and pull away - they have won ugly (no disrespect intended) which is a usual trait in a league winning team when required.

    I like Pats but feel they wonít be able to keep the pace.

    As a Drogs fan I take heart that our only two defeats to date are against the current top 2 (injury time goals too), but we need a lot more points b4 I feel a bit more relaxed (sure isnít that the thrill).

    I donít think the bottom part of the table has settled yet and may take till mid series two before we had a real sense of whoís in the dog fight.

    In the first Athlone still top but Shels might be finally settling for a sustained push.

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    Absolutely desperate performance by Rovers, only saved by the opponents not having a functioning striker. For me the blame us squarely on Bradley for his team selection, with essentially no holding midfielder picked. Rovers were so open at times and you have to wonder how longer will Rovers get away with playing so poorly. The midfield needs to be sorted out, quickly.
    It was a peno because Danny got pushed over in the box- no need for the red card though, in my view.
    Your man Burt continues to impress me, I have to say.

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