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What price are Shels to win the first division? 

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Not sure what price but Bray spending big too so I don't think it's a 1 horse race

The win or bust (or both) comments I don't think are true tbh. Shels are debt free for the 1st time since Ollie's years, new board there, new investor etc. Shels have been extremely frugal since 2006 and I'd be fairly surprised if we were spending above our means all of a sudden
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Originally posted by max max wrote:

What price are Shels to win the first division? 

Market not up but I expect shels to be red hot favourites. They've a team that would stay up in the Premier 
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Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

Not sure what price but Bray spending big too so I don't think it's a 1 horse race

The win or bust (or both) comments I don't think are true tbh. Shels are debt free for the 1st time since Ollie's years, new board there, new investor etc. Shels have been extremely frugal since 2006 and I'd be fairly surprised if we were spending above our means all of a sudden
Any idea who it is? I assume it's a sugar daddy really, an investor expects return on his investment, not a hope the LoI can produce a return
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Isint it the lad who left rovers? Wanted in there as he’s a fan but the love was unrequited so he upped and left for rovers lite. Apparently he’s fairly ruthless too, by all accounts was talking to heary about extending his deal a day before giving him the old heave hoLOL I think I like him.

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Yeah Andrew Doyle (ex Rovers) is the investor. The figure thrown around earlier this year was €500k investment, but not sure how accurate that is. I honestly don't know the ins and outs of our finances. Here is a link to an article earlier in the year, don't think there has been much in the press since:


Also, Kilduff and Conan Byrne are part time. They signed as it suits them professionally (both teachers). So I don't think Shels are 'throwing around money' to the extent you might think



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Paddy power have shels at 1/2 and next are Bray at 4/1
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Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

Yeah Andrew Doyle (ex Rovers) is the investor. The figure thrown around earlier this year was €500k investment, but not sure how accurate that is. I honestly don't know the ins and outs of our finances. Here is a link to an article earlier in the year, don't think there has been much in the press since:


Also, Kilduff and Conan Byrne are part time. They signed as it suits them professionally (both teachers). So I don't think Shels are 'throwing around money' to the extent you might think


 
Kilduff was hardly teaching when he was at Rovers, Dundalk and in the US and would have been playing full time?
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There's part time clubs in the top division who would have taken them players too. Add in the likes of brennan and likely luke.byrne on the way its clear they are spending a right few quid. No point playing it down if yer man can afford it so what but they have to go up imo 
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Using Bohs as an example of another debt free club, averaging over 2k attendance & 3 match day bars jammed. Shels with 600 and 1 small bar. The spending certainly looks unsustainable and seems no one has learned anything over the past 10 years. 
Finances aside it’s ve a very exciting time as a fan, I’m sure Morris will turn out to be a very astute signing
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Originally posted by oldbilly oldbilly wrote:

Isint it the lad who left rovers? Wanted in there as he’s a fan but the love was unrequited so he upped and left for rovers lite.

He’s not invested in Finn Harps.
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Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

Yeah Andrew Doyle (ex Rovers) is the investor. The figure thrown around earlier this year was €500k investment, but not sure how accurate that is. I honestly don't know the ins and outs of our finances. Here is a link to an article earlier in the year, don't think there has been much in the press since:


Also, Kilduff and Conan Byrne are part time. They signed as it suits them professionally (both teachers). So I don't think Shels are 'throwing around money' to the extent you might think


 
Kilduff was hardly teaching when he was at Rovers, Dundalk and in the US and would have been playing full time?


He's starting out as a teacher it was I should have said

http://https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/3601760/ciaran-kilduff-loi-return-shelbourne-teaching-plans/
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Originally posted by saintjoey saintjoey wrote:

There's part time clubs in the top division who would have taken them players too. Add in the likes of brennan and likely luke.byrne on the way its clear they are spending a right few quid. No point playing it down if yer man can afford it so what but they have to go up imo 


As I said I don't know the ins and outs of the finances. My concern with being financed by an investor would be having players on large contracts and then the investor pulls the plug. Hopefully it is not the case and as I said I can't see Shels doing that after the last decade plus of hell
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Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Using Bohs as an example of another debt free club, averaging over 2k attendance & 3 match day bars jammed. Shels with 600 and 1 small bar. The spending certainly looks unsustainable and seems no one has learned anything over the past 10 years. 
Finances aside it’s ve a very exciting time as a fan, I’m sure Morris will turn out to be a very astute signing


Agree with your first point and hope you're wrong on the 2nd! Time will tell
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Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

Originally posted by Guf10 Guf10 wrote:

Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

Yeah Andrew Doyle (ex Rovers) is the investor. The figure thrown around earlier this year was €500k investment, but not sure how accurate that is. I honestly don't know the ins and outs of our finances. Here is a link to an article earlier in the year, don't think there has been much in the press since:


Also, Kilduff and Conan Byrne are part time. They signed as it suits them professionally (both teachers). So I don't think Shels are 'throwing around money' to the extent you might think


 
Kilduff was hardly teaching when he was at Rovers, Dundalk and in the US and would have been playing full time?


He's starting out as a teacher it was I should have said

 
Cheers Gaz and well done on winning the division Thumbs Up
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Luke Byrne and Darragh Noone sighed now.

They have a decent premier division team together, will walk the league.
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

Luke Byrne and Darragh Noone sighed now.

They have a decent premier division team together, will walk the league.
That’s team would certainly be able to stay up in the premier division. They went close to beating Drogheda in the playoffs last year so will be firm favourites to win the league this year. 
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