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Good night all round for City. Started off well, then let Bohs really come back into it, and were probably lucky to go in at half time level. Second half was much better, and Cummins' goal seemed to demotivate Bohs. Results elsewhere will surely have been a boost, I'm really looking forward to Friday Clap

On a side note, Watts was excellent for Bohs tonight, a really classy footballer.
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Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Good night all round for City. Started off well, then let Bohs really come back into it, and were probably lucky to go in at half time level. Second half was much better, and Cummins' goal seemed to demotivate Bohs. Results elsewhere will surely have been a boost, I'm really looking forward to Friday Clap

On a side note, Watts was excellent for Bohs tonight, a really classy footballer.
You were 1 up at HT, standard first half procedure for Bohs at home. Bohs were the better side first half, but slight tactical changes and tiredness from the 3 games in 7 days meant Cork were in control second half. 
Very efficient performance from Cork without impressing 

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3matches a week is just too much for our lot, no recovery time when the players are working as well as playing. We were v good first half but leggy and out of it second, credit to city for taking their chances second was beatifully finished, and caulfields tactical switches at ht worked well. We’re in a league with Sligo, limerick and bray, the next tier is Waterford shams and pats, and then there’s yourselves Dundalk and Derry looking to be pulling away. Interesting battles at the top and bottom this season if we can take anything from the top 3 it will be a bonus. City look a very decent side though I’d have you just behind Dundalk from what I’ve seen of both.
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Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Good night all round for City. Started off well, then let Bohs really come back into it, and were probably lucky to go in at half time level. Second half was much better, and Cummins' goal seemed to demotivate Bohs. Results elsewhere will surely have been a boost, I'm really looking forward to Friday Clap

On a side note, Watts was excellent for Bohs tonight, a really classy footballer.
You were 1 up at HT, standard first half procedure for Bohs at home. Bohs were the better side first half, but slight tactical changes and tiredness from the 3 games in 7 days meant Cork were in control second half. 
Very efficient performance from Cork without impressing 


Sorry, I meant that we were lucky not to go in level, no idea why I said that! 😅

Your last point has summed up City so far this season. Some City fans are saying that we've been getting lucky in matches, but you only get lucky once, maybe twice. We must be doing something right, but some of the performances are concerning, it must be said. On the other hand, results are everything in football, so as long as we keep winning, I don't mind too much. Right now, City remind me of Mourinho's Chelsea in the second half of the 14/15 season.


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