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    Fixtures published for 2022

    Fair play to the "computer" in the FAI.......... Dundalk (2022) v Derry City (dundalk 2021) in the first round.
    They must have lost their nerve at the Dundalk v Pats which obviously would have been the best

    First round
    Dundalk v Derry
    Shels v Pats
    Harps v Drogs
    Shamrock Rovers v UCD
    Sligo v Bohs

    Two mondays in the first 6 rounds of games but i suppose everyone is fresh at the start

    The 4 european qualifying clubs down to play each other that week

    Final round is the mirror image of first round
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    Is the EA Sports Cup returning this year does anyone know? And while on the topic, is the Leinster Senior Cup going ahead?

    If both are back it’ll mean a minimum of 7 competitions that Pats and Rovers are competing in during 2022 (could be 8 or 9 competitions for rovers depending on europe)
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    Looks like we're going straight to the upside-down top of the league and staying there

    Full Premier fixtures are here and there's no mention of the League Cup or LSC

    First Division fixtures are here.

    Edit - actually, Harps and Shels at home in the second and third rounds; I guess that gives us a chance hitting mid-table for a while. Or else we'll get the ****e kicked out of us by the bauld Ollie again and be hit with injuries for the Shels game
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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Looks like we're going straight to the upside-down top of the league and staying there

    Full Premier fixtures are here and there's no mention of the League Cup or LSC

    First Division fixtures are here.

    Edit - actually, Harps and Shels at home in the second and third rounds; I guess that gives us a chance hitting mid-table for a while. Or else we'll get the ****e kicked out of us by the bauld Ollie again and be hit with injuries for the Shels game
    Always remember the worst day in the Premier division is miles better than the best day in the First

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    Looks like Cobh are having their home games on Friday night, so only Sligo and Longford have their games fixed for Saturdays. Missed opportunity by one of the Dublin clubs ? 3 games on the same time in the capital seems like a lack of ambition from the clubs to go after the casual soccer fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calcio Jack View Post
    Always remember the worst day in the Premier division is miles better than the best day in the First
    10-1 in Dalymount v winning the title with a late equaliser against Harps? I know which one I'd revisit

    But yeah, 95% of the time you're right alright!

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    One of the LOI journalists on Twitter confirmed he enquired re:the League Cup and it’s not going ahead next year. Hopefully it’s back in 2023 as it’s a decently competitive level for squad players to get a run out in and the final is always a great day for fans
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    Let's just hope the games will allow supporters in when the new season begins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    Let's just hope the games will allow supporters in when the new season begins.
    Extract from today’s FAI press release:

    The FAI added that all Premier Division games "will be broadcast live across traditional outlets and LOITV next season with details to be announced early in the new year".

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    Bit disappointed by the fixtures, I thought a home game v Dundalk sold itself to the public & media. An away day in Drumcondra has a vanilla sensation to it. We have a tough enough start but should be up to speed at that stage with the Presidents cup & Unite Union cup games. A new season always brings new hope roll on 2022.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calcio Jack View Post
    Extract from today’s FAI press release:

    The FAI added that all Premier Division games "will be broadcast live across traditional outlets and LOITV next season with details to be announced early in the new year".
    Great news about LOI TV.

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    Strange starting and finishing against the same team

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    Quote Originally Posted by D24Saint View Post
    Great news about LOI TV.
    Fully agree - I was afraid it would be pulled
    Drogheda United in this together

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    10-1 in Dalymount v winning the title with a late equaliser against Harps? I know which one I'd revisit

    But yeah, 95% of the time you're right alright!
    More importantly PS, when are UCD selling the tickets for away fans for the last game of the season, when Rovers will be handed the League trophy?
    Should see another repeat of 2011..
    League Specialists.

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    Ah ye'll have it won before then! The presentation will be the previous week in ye're last home game

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    Hoping to bring my little lad to his first game this season. Targeting UCD away as we’ll be able to gets tickets and also because he hates crowds.

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    As a Hoops fan living in Kildare it was great to see lots of Bohs, Rovers and the odd Pats crested clothing while up shopping yesterday afternoon. I also work in the Carlow Kilkenny area and in the last couple of years there seems to be a growing awareness of the LOI. Are we now getting to a point where the league is not seen by most in terms as akin to the mad uncles illegitimate fruit cake recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger121 View Post
    Hoping to bring my little lad to his first game this season. Targeting UCD away as we’ll be able to gets tickets and also because he hates crowds.
    Would he not be better off supporting them then?

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    Rovers first game will be behind closed doors as punishment for the fireworks at Waterford
    https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football...work-incident/

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    Anyone know why there's no fixtures the 25th/26th March? It's the international weekend, but that never saw games postponed before

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