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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

Never been in favour of facilitating Irish clubs in Europe ( Rovers included) by calling games off to assist them in prep. If you logically think about it it gives the most successful and richest clubs in the country a better chance of progressing in Europe and making even more money and on the other hand letting them have time to prepare for domestic games to keep winning all before them at home and buying the most players around to keep the status quo.The spin that success in Europe raise s the profile of the league and all other clubs benefit is really a smoke screen. Tell me, how Galway have benefited from dundalk s success in Europe.

You’re scaring me now son, wholeheartedly agreeing with one of you frankly worries me
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Originally posted by OnTheOneRoad OnTheOneRoad wrote:

Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Vinny Perth complaining about a potential delay to the Dundalk Waterford tie LOLLOL

Has to be a wind up from Vinny. If he wants games played at their initial scheduled time, he can have them...

Bradley on the wind up today aswell in the paper giving out the FAI Cup games are getting postponed?
2 in a row and we won it in Tallaght
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winding who up though? Him and vinnie just spouting noise because they can’t keep quiet leave them at it
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Twoinarow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Aug 2019 at 10:22am
Originally posted by oldbilly oldbilly wrote:

winding who up though? Him and vinnie just spouting noise because they can’t keep quiet leave them at it

I was messing!

Vinny or Bradley were not winding anyone up. Just said its a joke our National Cup Competition is 2nd preference to the Scottish version of the LDV Vans trophy and games should not be moved to accommodateit.

They are not wrong.


2 in a row and we won it in Tallaght
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It’s a great awayday for us tbh but yeah a joke competition, the club we’re forced into it though, Long definitely was against.
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Perth is being hypocritical, simple as. 

Bradley is a walking sound bite 

The real disgrace here is it makes financial sense for a club to play in the Wafer cup over our own competitions. 

The FAI giving Waterford & Bohs their backing to participate then scheduling cup games and an u21 game for the same weekend also beggars belief 
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The rumour mill suggests that the Galway-Rovers game has not been confirmed for a particular day yet as they FAI want it on the saturday, a day Galway usually don't play on, in the hope that it helps the crowd at the Ireland u-21 game in Tallaght on the Friday night.

The whole thing is a farce. If Irish teams are going to be entered into this competition then it should be factored in when they are scheduling the league/cup.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote OohAah... Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Aug 2019 at 11:32am
Only the FAI could have us in a situation like this

1) Overseas Invitational Freindly Tournaments for teams expected not to have players on International Duty, to have teams have players on international Duty.
2) Plan a Cup/League weekend on an international Weekend.
3) Postpone Cup games in favour of International Invitational Freindly Tournaments
4) Have Potential Monday/Tuesday Refixture dates a non runner as they also clash with international duty


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote OohAah... Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Aug 2019 at 11:37am
Originally posted by OohAah... OohAah... wrote:

Only the FAI could have us in a situation like this

1) Overseas Invitational Freindly Tournaments for teams expected not to have players on International Duty, to have teams have players on international Duty.
2) Plan a Cup/League weekend on an international Weekend.
3) Postpone Cup games in favour of International Invitational Freindly Tournaments
4) Have Potential Monday/Tuesday Refixture dates a non runner as they also clash with international duty



However in saying all of this for clubs, I cant knock players been part of International duty
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Semi Final draw

Roves v Dundalk
Crumlin/Boex v Shamrock

YOUR 3 IN A ROW LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
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Pity we’re not away, bigger earner for us in tallaght, and the pitch suits our lads style too. Mad scramble for tickets now I’d say,600 odd members then volunteers(60) then season tickets(250) , FAI cut of 250 or so doesn’t leave many general sale for the main stand(home). Plus the Garda will limit aways in the shed to 800, be a lot of disappointed punters!
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The Dubiln Derby could easily attract 10,000. Gate receipts split between the 2 clubs and FAI - 40/40/20 or similar.
Rovers losing out on money through no fault of their own.
 
On saying that, Crumlin might agree to play in Tallaght rather then Inchicore.


Edited by Cabra Hoop - 12 Sep 2019 at 1:38pm
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Yeah this drawing home and away is bollocks, rovers in tallaght for all their games the only way to go!!!
Shut up about crumlin you I’ve still got nightmares about st francisLOL
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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

The Dubiln Derby could easily attract 10,000. Gate receipts split between the 2 clubs and FAI - 40/40/20 or similar.
Rovers losing out on money through no fault of their own.
 
On saying that, Crumlin might agree to play in Tallaght rather then Inchicore.

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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

The Dubiln Derby could easily attract 10,000. Gate receipts split between the 2 clubs and FAI - 40/40/20 or similar.
Rovers losing out on money through no fault of their own.
 
On saying that, Crumlin might agree to play in Tallaght rather then Inchicore.

It's a shame that only 3,500 people will be at it. 10k might be optimistic, but it would definitely do over 8k.
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

The Dubiln Derby could easily attract 10,000. Gate receipts split between the 2 clubs and FAI - 40/40/20 or similar.
Rovers losing out on money through no fault of their own.
 
On saying that, Crumlin might agree to play in Tallaght rather then Inchicore.

It's a shame that only 3,500 people will be at it. 10k might be optimistic, but it would definitely do over 8k.

I wonder what numbers a bohs rovers final would do in the Aviva. Surely would bring out a lot of interested people in Dublin
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