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    Weekend 31st MAy to 3rd of June

    Premier Division

    Friday 31st (all 19:45)

    Drogheda v Shamrock Rovers
    Shelbourne v Sligo
    St Pats v Galway
    Waterford v Bohemians
    Dundalk v Derry

    Monday 3rd

    Sligo v Drogheda 17:00
    St Pats v Dundalk 17:15
    Derry v Waterford 18:00


    First Division

    Friday 31st (all 19:45)

    Athlone v Cork
    Cobh v Kerry
    UCD v Bray
    Treayu v Longford
    Finn Harps v Wexford


    Monday 3rd

    Wexford v Longford 15:00
    Kerry v Treaty 17:00
    Finn Harps v Athlone 17:00
    Cork v UCD 17:00
    Bray v Cobh 17:00
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    Rovers travel to Drogs with Lee Grace as our only fit (ur suspended) centre half so should be interesting to see who plays there.
    The international game suspensions have probably helped us avoid a bad week next week.
    I fully expect Drogs to finish the game out tonight compared to their recent collapses late on....blood in the water etc

    Shels look unstopable at this stage , to well organised to see stumbling badly,
    Big weekedn for Dundalk who look like maybe they are capable of oulling themselves forward.

    Harps and UCD need to step up in the first division, no better time for UCD to go to Cork and win then after a win in the Dart derby agaisnt Bray tonight

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    We're struggling to create chances at the best of times and Galway's games this season have had a combined total of about 5 goals, so I'm not expecting a thriller in Richmond later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack B View Post
    We're struggling to create chances at the best of times and Galway's games this season have had a combined total of about 5 goals, so I'm not expecting a thriller in Richmond later.
    Galway's last 2 games were a 3:2 win v Drogheda and a 2:0 win vs Dundalk. You might get more than you bargained for tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack B View Post
    We're struggling to create chances at the best of times and Galway's games this season have had a combined total of about 5 goals, so I'm not expecting a thriller in Richmond later.
    We badly need a win here. Can definitely see it being tight.
    Out for a spell, got neglected, lay on the bench unselected.

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    Away to Dundalk today, and haven't a clue how to predict it. Dundalk are the worst team I've seen this season, but their record in Oriel is actually pretty decent. It'll probably be a boring 0-0.

    Pats-Galway is the most interesting game of the week, IMO. Kenny will be desperate for a win, but goals against Galway aren't easy to come by.

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    Interesting weekend of two Munster derbies for Kerry. They beat both Cobh and Treaty in the MSC. The league has proven more difficult but Kerry have had their opportunities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendy_éire View Post
    Away to Dundalk today, and haven't a clue how to predict it. Dundalk are the worst team I've seen this season, but their record in Oriel is actually pretty decent. It'll probably be a boring 0-0.

    Pats-Galway is the most interesting game of the week, IMO. Kenny will be desperate for a win, but goals against Galway aren't easy to come by.
    SK will really not want to lose to a JC side and Im sure JC would relish rubbing in a slow start to the SK St Pats reign. Does an old rivalry transfer to trying extra hard or whether its just another league game? they will say it doesnt matter but the emnity became enough to feel it will add a bit of an edge to things. Either way the technical area antics could be an interesting watch along with the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by brendy_éire View Post
    Away to Dundalk today, and haven't a clue how to predict it. Dundalk are the worst team I've seen this season, but their record in Oriel is actually pretty decent. It'll probably be a boring 0-0.
    Anything but a win is a very poor result for Derry really. On paper Dundalk fans should take a point now but home results and a new manager maybe its possible to eek out a win, we've seen plenty already this year that (good)draws are not enough to keep in the fight as the ability of anyone beating anyone and you can be cut well adrift by a combination of results. Injuries/suspension leave us a bit threadbare in centre midfiels and Mountney has been very good since returning so a big loss, enough to sway me much more toward a handy enough Derry win irrespective of home form, so 2 or 3 nil to Derry to start what will be a tough long weekend for Dundalk, a St Pats win on the cards on Monday also.
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    Bloody loitv on the blink, no pictures from waaaherford, *******s

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    Poom , nugent and grace lining up at centre back ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermobohs View Post
    Bloody loitv on the blink, no pictures from waaaherford, *******s
    Has been fine for me the whole time?

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    Of all keepers gaffs ever ive not seen anyting like Munro just walking out of the boc with the ball.....

    I'll hex Dundalk now but that first 30 minutes have been good from Dundalk, Gullan missed a sitter. Hard to know whether it is typical laboured stuff from Derry or Dundalk being really well organised. It really is a whose who of Dundalk FC alumni names listening to comentary (with even the occasional Coll thrown in).
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    Quote Originally Posted by niallsparky View Post
    Has been fine for me the whole time?
    Nope just come up “web key error”

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    Id to refresh a few times to get LoITV streaming after it timed out after paying, was starting to think it was my connection with Foot.ie down for a while last night.

    New manager bounce aside its been a while since Ive been impresed by a Dundalk performance. Maybe from a low bar but the first 45 in Oriel weve ben very good, composed, kept the former DFC superstars pretty quiet. Missed 2 sitters imo and if we drop points those chances will be rued! If this is what is to come then we are right in the fight irrespective of results against tonights Galacticos. It will be interesting to hear what Derry fans have to say in contrast to the game in the Brandywell. I still expect to lose tbh as a single chance to Hoban, Duffy et al will be punished where we still obviously need multiple chances and still may not make them count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermobohs View Post
    Nope just come up “web key error”
    Same for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckett View Post
    There's an issue with Apple devices and Safari browser. Use a different browser and it should work
    Tried chrome but no joy.

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    Maybe Rovers ain’t out of it yet.

    Bohs from the sounds of it, were our normal useless selves.

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    Back to 6 behind ....its the hope that kills you

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