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    Second from bottom in the first division beating a team 3 points off top in the Premier away from home. Thatís a huge upset. Shocking from Sligo.

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    Dundalk fully deserved winners, they had so many clear cut chances and almost suffered the consequences of some poor finishing. I had forgot how annoying Dundalk are to play against constantly throwing themselves down looking for free kicks. Unfortunately it's the way of the modern game and I don't blame them as the were getting rewarded for falling over. I had to laugh when McMillen I think got touched on the edge of the box and let out a massive loud scream got his free and hes all better. I never heard a man scream that loud in my whole life 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueblood View Post
    I had to laugh when McMillen I think got touched on the edge of the box and let out a massive loud scream got his free and hes all better. I never heard a man scream that loud in my whole life 😆
    So what your saying is, he was fouled and was awarded a free.

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    Sligo are consistently inconsistent it would seem. Other results went as expected with dundalk struggling to put away a 1st division side and boez being flat track bullies.
    Hopefully the draw for the next round throws up a few tasty games as this round has been all a bit meh,imo.

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    What a win for Cork at the showgrounds! Meanwhile Sligo have now lost 4 on the bounce and are out of Europe and the cup, not the best 2 or 3 weeks in the world for them
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    Great defensive performance from Treaty ,Dundalk dominated as expected and were quite wastful with the numerous chances they had....also a mention for Treaty keeper Ryan brought off several fine saves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    Sligo are consistently inconsistent it would seem. Other results went as expected with dundalk struggling to put away a 1st division side and boez being flat track bullies.
    Hopefully the draw for the next round throws up a few tasty games as this round has been all a bit meh,imo.
    If both Dundalk and Rovers luck of the draw (Europe and domestic) holds up anther visit the the Aviva is in order - best of 3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by da bishop View Post
    Great defensive performance from Treaty ,Dundalk dominated as expected and were quite wastful with the numerous chances they had....also a mention for Treaty keeper Ryan brought off several fine saves.
    That's the way i seen it too.

    Was Tadgh Ryan in Dundalk for a pre-season trial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    If both Dundalk and Rovers luck of the draw (Europe and domestic) holds up anther visit the the Aviva is in order - best of 3!
    Yeah, I think most Rovers fans would gladly take that. another day out at the Aviva would be nice- no-one there last year so it didn't happen as far as we're concerned! -With Sligo now gone for this year it certainly increase the chances you'd say.
    League Specialists.

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    Well im pretty sure you expect the reply that no-one saw a league title win so didnt really happen either Unfinished business so let the draw be be good to both clubs for another final day showdown!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    If both Dundalk and Rovers luck of the draw (Europe and domestic) holds up anther visit the the Aviva is in order - best of 3!
    I hope they both draw each other in round two.

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    The Aviva is our home this year. *crosses fingers*

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    We were horrific. McNulty even handed us the opener. When we got it back to 2-2 Cork had their first real spell of pressure in the whole game and then got the winner. First attacking subs we made were when they went ahead in injury time. Really, really strange choices made by Buckley again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    I hope they both draw each other in round two.
    I hope so too, another dundalk rovers final would be boring. Rovers v harps in the final.

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    The annual DFC FAI Cup final is rolling now, whomever it is against should be very grateful to get a final berth! Dundalk FC v "X" is back on target!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yossarian View Post
    So what your saying is, he was fouled and was awarded a free.
    No its written 1 line about what you wrote. I said I never heard a man scream as loud in my life nothing about a foul I said he was touched, jez you've been watching Dundalk far too much if you automatically think if a Dundalk player being touched means a a foul and free kick. You've proven my point sir 🤣🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by osarusan View Post
    200 I think, I'm not one of them.
    I would have thought Markets Field had over 5000 capacity but I guess not if they are still at 200. I am pretty sure there were more than 5000 there the first time I was there anyway!
    #NeverStopNotGivingUp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr A View Post
    I would have thought Markets Field had over 5000 capacity but I guess not if they are still at 200. I am pretty sure there were more than 5000 there the first time I was there anyway!
    I think it was around 4000 or 4500 official but probably more attended the play off game

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    According to RTE Sport Twitter, Waterford want a new challenge and have been drawn to play Tipperary in the Hurling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    Well im pretty sure you expect the reply that no-one saw a league title win so didnt really happen either Unfinished business so let the draw be be good to both clubs for another final day showdown!
    The last thing the LOI needs is yet another Rovers-Dundalk cup final.

    Hope yees meet in the next round.

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