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    600ish would have been my stab in the dark for Longford Town v SD Galway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by De Town View Post
    600ish would have been my stab in the dark for Longford Town v SD Galway.
    There wasn't even half that there. 300 ish max. 50-60 from Galway.

    Attendances at both of our games away to Longford this year have been woeful. 300-400 max at each game - they're a decent team, they deserve better support than that.

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    Must say, that is a great picture, the ground looks very nice.

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    7K announced as the official attendance at the Game in Tallaght which may well be the biggest Rovers crowd as such in the Talla era considering the other 7 k ers had 1k away fans.

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    1774 at the RSC on Friday night.
    Have Longford tried to get fans from the immigrant communities to go to games with the high numbers of non Irish in the town?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevy View Post
    1774 at the RSC on Friday night.
    Have Longford tried to get fans from the immigrant communities to go to games with the high numbers of non Irish in the town?
    Longford invited a number of Ukrainian refugees to a game recently, they rightfully didn't make a big song and dance about it. In recent years they've done the same with the local Direct Provision centre in town.

    In terms of trying to attract more eastern Europeans to games, has any club tried doing posters in Polish, Romanian etc? Would be interesting to hear if it was successful or not.

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    Local sports organisations did much the same here in Tralee, so hopefully widespread across the country. I'd say just visiting local primary and secondary schools would be one of the most effective ways to reach out to that community, when children are likely to have better English than their parents, and the families would consume less local media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by culloty82 View Post
    Local sports organisations did much the same here in Tralee, so hopefully widespread across the country. I'd say just visiting local primary and secondary schools would be one of the most effective ways to reach out to that community, when children are likely to have better English than their parents, and the families would consume less local media.
    A proper schools programme is something I'd really love to see but obviously with our entire team being based outside of Longford it does complicate things.

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    Just noticed Pats sold out for their European game,if they were to advance through this round would they play the tie somewhere else ? Would they play in the Aviva or Tallaght if they did?
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    Only allowed 2700 as has to be all seated apparently. I thought dundalk played in oriel in early rounds in Europe with standing?? Or am I miss remembering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey B View Post
    Just noticed Pats sold out for their European game,if they were to advance through this round would they play the tie somewhere else ? Would they play in the Aviva or Tallaght if they did?
    In that scenario it would have to be played elsewhere yeah. Richmond is only allowed to be used in 1st and 2nd round qualifying matches. In the past Tallaght has been rented from the SDCC for games against Legia Warsaw, Hannover 96 and Karpaty Lviv. In the years before that, the RDS was used for games against Steaua Bucharest and Hertha Berlin. So yeah you’d probably be looking at Tallaght but I wouldn’t be confident of progression against Mura either way to be honest
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Year Contract View Post
    In that scenario it would have to be played elsewhere yeah. Richmond is only allowed to be used in 1st and 2nd round qualifying matches. In the past Tallaght has been rented from the SDCC for games against Legia Warsaw, Hannover 96 and Karpaty Lviv. In the years before that, the RDS was used for games against Steaua Bucharest and Hertha Berlin. So yeah you’d probably be looking at Tallaght but I wouldn’t be confident of progression against Mura either way to be honest
    Definitely not Lansdowne, which would only make sense for later-riund fixtures against big opponents (e.g. Shels v Deportivo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Year Contract View Post
    In that scenario it would have to be played elsewhere yeah. Richmond is only allowed to be used in 1st and 2nd round qualifying matches. In the past Tallaght has been rented from the SDCC for games against Legia Warsaw, Hannover 96 and Karpaty Lviv. In the years before that, the RDS was used for games against Steaua Bucharest and Hertha Berlin. So yeah you’d probably be looking at Tallaght but I wouldn’t be confident of progression against Mura either way to be honest

    Id be shocked if we have to worry about the ground for next round. My hope from the tie is that we get out of it with a bit of dignity and give them a game home and away.

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    This could be Eoin Doyles chance to shine,and remind everyone what he's capable of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    This could be Eoin Doyles chance to shine,and remind everyone what he's capable of.
    I wouldn't be holding my breath on that one, he can't even score against the likes of Bohs or Shels he's not going to start tearing it up in Europe all of a sudden.
    Here on a technicality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placid casual View Post
    This could be Eoin Doyles chance to shine,and remind everyone what he's capable of.
    Did we draw UCD ,Drogheda or Harps in the next round ?

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    6393 at Turner's Cross tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by exiled_gufc_fan View Post
    6393 at Turner's Cross tonight
    Cracking attendance!
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    That's quality. Many traveling from Galway?
    Just arguing with strangers about strangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exiled_gufc_fan View Post
    6393 at Turner's Cross tonight
    That is an unreal attendance for any league game in this country, never mind the 1st Division. They do come out in numbers in Corkville.

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