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    Games weekend Friday 2nd to 3rd September

    Premier Division

    Friday 2nd (All 19:45)

    St Pats v Finn Harps
    Derry v UCD
    Dundalk v Shelbourne
    Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers

    Saturday 3rd

    Sligo v Drogheda 19:45

    First Division (All 19:45)

    Wexford v Waterford
    Treaty v Cobh
    Cork v Longford
    Bray v Athlone

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    Would be a big 3 points this Friday for Rovers and no midweek game for the first time in ages means no excuses.
    Theoretically easier games to come against Harps , Shels , UCD after it so be great to get 3 points in the Dublin Derby.
    Will Bohs get a bounce from Longs departure? still surprised they didnt give him a shot at this one to give their season a lift and maybe go on a run.
    Disgraceful decision to only give Rovers 358 tickets and leave the Des Kelly over half empty after Rovers giving them 1000 tickets for the last Tallaght Match, i thought when we did that it was the end of the nonsense between the clubs.

    If Derry and Dundalk dont pick up 3 points in their Matches they will be under pressure form Pats as they seem to be the 1 team of the 3 in best form.
    Cork with a chance to go 10 clear with a home win over Longford , be nice to have them back

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Would be a big 3 points this Friday for Rovers and no midweek game for the first time in ages means no excuses.
    Theoretically easier games to come against Harps , Shels , UCD after it so be great to get 3 points in the Dublin Derby.
    Friday appears to be the most difficult of the lot. 4 more wins should secure the league title.
    A Championship: 4 years - 8 first teams - 0 financially ruined. First Division '14: 7 first teams.
    Opportunity seems lost somewhere in between for new clubs/regions to become part of LoI family.

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    Big game for us. Well be missing both Bolger and Keating to suspension. Longford have gotten decent results against the top 3 this season including us so it won't be a wall in the park.

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    Dundalk vs Shels is live on RTÉ. I'm sure Duff will receive a welcoming reception from the Oriel crowd
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    He will be warmly welcomed to Casey's Field, its that match officials he'd be booed by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Would be a big 3 points this Friday for Rovers and no midweek game for the first time in ages means no excuses.
    Theoretically easier games to come against Harps , Shels , UCD after it so be great to get 3 points in the Dublin Derby.
    Will Bohs get a bounce from Longs departure? still surprised they didnt give him a shot at this one to give their season a lift and maybe go on a run.
    Disgraceful decision to only give Rovers 358 tickets and leave the Des Kelly over half empty after Rovers giving them 1000 tickets for the last Tallaght Match, i thought when we did that it was the end of the nonsense between the clubs.

    If Derry and Dundalk dont pick up 3 points in their Matches they will be under pressure form Pats as they seem to be the 1 team of the 3 in best form.
    Cork with a chance to go 10 clear with a home win over Longford , be nice to have them back
    Ah they wouldn't give us the satisfaction of getting him sacked. The seat allocation is beyond petty, especially after we opted against writing a letter about their last visit to Tallaght. Both clubs have been childish but I thought we'd done our part to bury the hatchet recently. They could have reciprocated to put the nonsense of the past few seasons behind us but Lambert seems to be the biggest child of all.

    Good to have cork back as you say. Their fans are insufferable *****s at times but sure aren't we all? Bar harps of course.

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    Bohs issuing another letter to their members pre match tonight justifying their 358 ticket stance. Someone should give them some PR advice. When your in a hole stop digging.

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    One before the game this time, bonus!

    Getting in to the must win territory for Dundalk, be to be beating Shels at home missing players or not. I'm half expecting a sweeper in defence tonight, or could be wishful thinking!

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    I have the lowest expectation going into this fixture, than at any other time I can remember. Which definitely means we are going to win tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger121 View Post
    I have the lowest expectation going into this fixture, than at any other time I can remember. Which definitely means we are going to win tonight.
    It's a strange one tonight doesn't even feel like a big match. I know that's because we have had so many big matches lately but I'm hoping the players don't feel like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesta99 View Post
    One before the game this time, bonus!

    Getting in to the must win territory for Dundalk, be to be beating Shels at home missing players or not. I'm half expecting a sweeper in defence tonight, or could be wishful thinking!
    Pre match bonus I'm tired of talking about them , it's just an irritant.
    You need to win tonight pats or on a role. Unlikely 4th won't qualify for europe but not impossible . Will SOD abandon the suicide line ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    It's a strange one tonight doesn't even feel like a big match. I know that's because we have had so many big matches lately but I'm hoping the players don't feel like this.
    It does feel low key alright. Like other things on and off the field are overshadowing it.

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    It's more to reiterate to our own fans, we had idiots too that have done the same. Nothing worse that kettle calling the pot black but rovers and the media would be all over it if we done it.

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    Is Oriel Park now officially called Casey's field? I still call Eamon Deacy Park as Terryland, and I suspect this will be just as difficult for me to change :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorribsideSteve View Post
    Is Oriel Park now officially called Casey's field? I still call Eamon Deacy Park as Terryland, and I suspect this will be just as difficult for me to change :P
    Just the rest of the season. Although I wouldn’t want my name associated with that “pitch”

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    I didn't expect anything in Derry tonight, but that is a shambolic goal to concede after 5 mins

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    BAD miss there from Martin

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    Rovers losing to a poor Bohs team … but we’ve shown nothing in attack

    Cracking goal from Liam Burt to continue the annual tradition of our future signing scoring a cracker against us
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    Barely recognisable 11 finishing the game for UCD at the Brandywell, Myler has driven this squad into the ground.

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