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    Premier Division Odds 2007

    Derry City 2-1
    Drogheda United 5-2
    Cork City 7-2
    Bohemians 5-1
    St Pats 11-1
    Sligo Rovers 33-1
    Shamrock Rovers 33-1
    UCD 50-1
    Galway 66-1
    Bray 66-1
    Longford 80-1
    Waterford 80-1
    From paddypower.com

    No odds for first division yet.
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    The first division odds were up a few days ago but I suppose they'll have to rejig them now shels are demoted.....

    The few I can remember are:

    Wexford 40-1
    Kilkenny 40-1
    Monaghan 22-1
    Cobh Ramblers 12-1

    Dundalk favs and Waterford were second favs.

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    Odds from ladbrokes.ie
    Derry City 2/1
    Drogheda Utd 9/4
    Cork City 10/3
    Bohemians 9/2
    St Patricks Athlethic 12/1
    Shamrock Rovers 18/1
    Sligo Rovers 25/1
    Galway Utd 40/1
    Bray Wanderers 66/1
    UCD 80/1
    Longford Town 80/1
    Waterford Utd 80/1
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    Boyles Sports

    Derry City 9/4
    Drogheda Utd 5/2
    Cork 4/1
    Bohemians 5/1
    St Patrick's Athletic 14/1
    Shamrock Rovers 25/1
    Sligo Rovers 40/1
    UCD 66/1
    Galway 80/1
    Longford Town 80/1
    Bray Wanderers 150/1
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    Shamrock Rovers as low as 18/1 and up to 33/1....... some real gogs*ites out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
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    Derry City 9/4
    Drogheda Utd 5/2
    Cork 4/1
    They're very generous odds.
    I reckon great value for City given that there's a striker pending.
    Also if you put any amount on each of those three teams equally, you get a safe return.
    I'd be confident enough that Bohs/Pats won't win the league.
    City definetly have the best bands playing at half-time.

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    TBH Risteard I'd have pats ahead of Cork (and I'm usually quite pessimistic regarding our chances)

    Our Defence and Midfield matches up with anyone in the league and O'Neill is a great striker. Unfortunately we've very little else up front and if he's injured we're screwed. Our manager is rubbish too but compared to Cork's defensive problems (Murphy and Bennet gone, maybe Hoggy too), still no replacements signed for GOC, Fenn or Doyle (not to mention O'Flynn's perennial injury problems) and your star new players having serious injury concerns too, I'd be confident we'd at least match Cork. If we sign Paisley 9as strongly rumoured) and another quality striker I'd be more than happy with out squad

    In terms of betting I think the markets have it right with little to choose between Derry and Drogheda. Can't see why Bohs are so short either.
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    Well i happen to think my team is better than yours.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Our manager is rubbish too but compared to Cork's defensive problems (Murphy and Bennet gone, maybe Hoggy too), still no replacements signed for GOC, Fenn or Doyle (not to mention O'Flynn's perennial injury problems) and your star new players having serious injury concerns too.
    Won the league without replacing Doyle.
    Were in the race with a game or two last season without Georgie also.
    Roy up front instead of Fenn which means a more direct strategy anyway.

    A few weeks work on our defence and we should know where we stand.

    What starting line-up are ye looking at?
    City definetly have the best bands playing at half-time.

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    -----------------------Ryan-------------------
    Brennan - Foley - Maguire - Frost
    Kirby - Fahey -Mulcahey - M. Foley
    -----------------------Ndo-------------------
    ------------O'Neill---------------------------

    If we sign Paisley he might be in the defence somewhere. I'd prefer Brenann at centre half. Kirby, Fahey and Mick Foley all interchangable, with Sean O'Connor and Ryan Guy out and out wingers when we need to add pace
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    In light of Cork's recent signings it's probably safe to say they're comfortably ahead of Pat's, Dodge, particularly as you have only one striker who was third-choice at Shels last season (albeit a decent player; how he'll fare as the leading striker in a team remains to be seen).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Can't see why Bohs are so short either.
    Well we've got rid of Digger...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JW. View Post
    In light of Cork's recent signings it's probably safe to say they're comfortably ahead of Pat's, Dodge, particularly as you have only one striker who was third-choice at Shels last season (albeit a decent player; how he'll fare as the leading striker in a team remains to be seen).
    When you match up Rico v McDonnell theres a clear winner.
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    Undoubtably Pete. Disagree there's a clear advantage in the squads.

    Either way neither side are good enough to challenge Derry or Drosg (unless both managers fail)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Either way neither side are good enough to challenge Derry or Drosg (unless both managers fail)
    IMO the Derry City squad has gone backwards & has certainly not improved but given they been so close in last 2 seasons have to be favourites. We will be able to compare Fenlon & Kenny though.

    Given the squad they have (more or bought the Shels midfield) its amazing Drogs at 5/2. I think this is to do with Doolin who I don't think can cut it.
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    i'd be surprised, nay amazed if our starting line up looks like Dodge's post there. We have a lot of younger strikers - but you know the deal with them - they'll either be the best thing ever, breath of fresh air and all that or playing for Monaghan before you can say....whatever happened that young lad pats had?


    Rooney or Quigley will start up front for Saint Pats v Porty on Down

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    Why shouldn't Cork challenge? Shels are gone, Derry are probably a bit worse and Cork are probably only a bit worse as well.
    I've backed Pat's at 33 but was hoping you'd have signed a striker whose name isn't Vinny Arkins by now!

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    bet you never thought our leadind striker's age would be bigger than the price you backed us at!

    dodge...matched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wws View Post
    bet you never thought our leadind striker's age would be bigger than the price you backed us at!
    Too right

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    Quote Originally Posted by JW. View Post
    Why shouldn't Cork challenge? Shels are gone, Derry are probably a bit worse and Cork are probably only a bit worse as well.
    I've backed Pat's at 33 but was hoping you'd have signed a striker whose name isn't Vinny Arkins by now!
    Cork are more than a "bit worse". They've lost 3/4 of their back four from last season, as well as their main link up player up front. Farrelly was an avaerage player in a shocking Bohs side last year and Healy hasn't played for anybody in two years. Their left back will be eiother Billy fooking Woods or the UCD sub left back from last year.

    IMO Cork have plenty of problems where as we have only 2. Lack of strikers and a **** manager. There's little between us IMO.

    I've backed us to win the Setanta group at 4/1. Again I'd be hoping we signa striker before the deadline
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