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    Posted: 17 Jan 2019 at 1:36pm
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League...im going to say shams. I just think dundalk without kenny wont be the same for a while at least. Shams have some really good players. Prob short a good striker but ill tip them.

1st...shels with the players they have brought in.

Cup...who knows.


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Dundalk will win it again, still way ahead of the pack, closely followed by (Shamrock) Rovers. Waterford and Cork next.

UCD and Rovers Zero From Donegal for the bottom two places.

Shels will win the first with Bray, Drogheda and Cobh in the play off places. Expect Bray to make it back too.

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Dundalk 
Rovers
Cork
Pats
Waterford
Bohs
Derry
UCD
Sligo
Finn Harps

First Div
Shels 

Cup
Bohs 
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Teams to fold:

Limerick, Bray
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Dundalk
Rovers 
Pats
Cork
Waterford
Derry
Bohs
Sligo
UCD
Finn Harps

First Div
Shels 

Cup
Pats
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Prem Dundalk 2nd Pats 3rd Cork
1st Shels
League Cup Dundalk 2nd Pats
FAI Cup Dundalk 2nd Pats


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1. Dundalk
2. Shamrock
3. Cork
4. St Pats
5. Waterford
6. Derry
7. Bohs
8. Sligo
9. Finn Harps
10. UCD

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1. Shelbourne
2. Bray
3. Cobh 
4. Drogheda
5. Galway
6. Limerick
7. Athlone
8. Wexford

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FAI Cup. St Pats
League Cup. Bohs



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Originally posted by 1980 1980 wrote:

Dundalk will win it again, still way ahead of the pack, closely followed by (Shamrock) Rovers. Waterford and Cork next.

UCD and Rovers Zero From Donegal for the bottom two places.

Shels will win the first with Bray, Drogheda and Cobh in the play off places. Expect Bray to make it back too.

Rovers zero... That's a strange one!  Especially as most Harps supporters like myself have a soft spot for bohs...I know we helped each other out when in the doldrums before but that's a bit muchLOL actually think we'll surprise a few this year. In Todd we have one of the best young CBS in the league and Borg is a smashing player. We may struggle for goals though. Will predict nearer the start of the season
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Prem : Dundalk 
First : Shels 
Cup : Shams
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League winners: Shamrock Rovers
First Division: Shelbourne
FAI Cup: Dundalk
League Cup: Waterford
Walters coming back from an offside position but Shane Long was definitely onside- Shane Lonnggggggg.... has done it!!!!
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Premier Division

1. Dundalk
2. City
3. Rovers
4. Pat's
5. Waterford
6. Bohs
7. Derry
8. Sligo
9. Harps
10. UCD

First Division

1. Shels
2. Bray
3. Drogs
4. Galway
5. Longford
6. Limerick
7. Cabo
8. Cobh
9. Wexford
10. Athlone

Cups

FAI Cup: City
League Cup: Rovers
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If Rovers can keep all their key players fit, they'll challenge Dundalk for the league. Bohs and Derry might be the surprise challangers this season. Cork to underachieve with JC getting the Spanish fiddler. If Rovers start slow their might be extra employment for the Spanish fiddler......
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Made a pledge to follow LOI more this season.

I'd live close enough to both Dalymount and Tolka so I might try to get to some Bohs/Shels games this season.


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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

If Rovers can keep all their key players fit, they'll challenge Dundalk for the league. Bohs and Derry might be the surprise challangers this season. Cork to underachieve with JC getting the Spanish fiddler. If Rovers start slow their might be extra employment for the Spanish fiddler......
Yeah I think there’ll be quite a gap between The top 2 and third place, would expect Rovers to push Dundalk hard this season. Would also agree on JC too. 
Can’t see Bohs challenging for Europe sadly. A decent cup run, 5th place in the league and Scottish Challenge Cup champions would be a great season Tongue
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Made a pledge to follow LOI more this season.

I'd live close enough to both Dalymount and Tolka so I might try to get to some Bohs/Shels games this season.


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Champions Dundalk
Europe Shamrock, Cork, Pats
10th UCD
9th Bohs

FAI Cup Pats
League Cup Shamrock 

Shels to get promoted or to have major money issues by July 
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