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Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

Surely some players will actually leave them as they are happy playing local and don't want to travel to Finn park, wexford and Cobh.

Surely mervue or salthill would be better equipped saying they have done it before.

The whole thing is a joke, if those sheep shagging feckers in ballybofey can't get up this season theyll never get up
And replace the knuckledraggers from the dogtrack along the way the way things are shaping up for yeLOL Even if we don't at least we run the club the right wayThumbs Up
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Signed a goalkeeper from St malachys premier c side in aul......the lad is an ex dublin minor keeper.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Stillhuntinghenry Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Feb 2015 at 5:19pm
Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

Surely some players will actually leave them as they are happy playing local and don't want to travel to Finn park, wexford and Cobh.

Surely mervue or salthill would be better equipped saying they have done it before.

The whole thing is a joke, if those sheep shagging feckers in ballybofey can't get up this season theyll never get up

And replace the knuckledraggers from the dogtrack along the way the way things are shaping up for yeLOL Even if we don't at least we run the club the right wayThumbs Up



Run the club the right way you've been in the first for ten years, play in a spud field, pay less than local junior sides, been bust a few times and in the words of the raider "you've got no fans !"

A right model of success right enough.
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We're moving into a new ground, club does great work in the community and we live within our means since we dropped out of PL...We don't do double contracts and didn'r actually go bust and have to start again like a neighbouring club
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thebronze14. Agree with you Harps have stayed the coarse. The League would be a lot worst off with out Harps. Although the new ground is a long time coming.
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Originally posted by smart man smart man wrote:

thebronze14. Agree with you Harps have stayed the coarse. The League would be a lot worst off with out Harps. Although the new ground is a long time coming.
Yeah it's been a long time alright, waiting for grants and what not but it's well up now. I'd say we'll be there season after next. Will be very sad leaving Finn Park though...can't beat the old stadiums!
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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

We're moving into a new ground, club does great work in the community and we live within our means since we dropped out of PL...We don't do double contracts and didn'r actually go bust and have to start again like a neighbouring club



But I'm not the one on here slabbering that Derry are a great club. However we do live within our means, we are a full time club, we produce the majority of our own players (and quite a few of yours), we get bigger crowds, play a division higher and regularly move players onto the professional game in Britain .

There really is no comparison, you will always be our little sheep shagging, spud picking, barnbrac eating, Daniel-loving neighbours.

...in saying that I'd love ye's back in the prem   
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Why have derry sold/not retained most their decent players and have a rag tag squad for this year so? Most would have ye amongst the teams likely to be at the bottom and probably out of all the premier clubs you've had the worst break and are in the biggest best
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Getting at other teams for their crowds in the LOI is a case of pot, kettle, black. We've been in the mire for a while now so that explains poor attendences. To be honest Derry's appears like it is dwindling as well. Saw the crowd ye brought to the cup semi and it was fairly surprising tbh! Nice stereotypesLOL At least we're not all Ra head, knuckle dragger muckersWink See ye in the playoffs!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote trevwaterford Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Feb 2015 at 11:58am
Getting back on topic Richard Sadlier had an article on Cabinteely in yesterdays paper and was supporting them saying they were building from bottom up and were realistic and quoted chairman as saying they were expecting crowds in low hundreds.
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http://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/richard-sadlier-cabinteely-could-show-irish-clubs-how-to-organise-30953733.html

Sadlier makes a valid article for once. 
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Is it valid or is it dragging down the standard though.

I take his core point, and its one I have made here, that they are aiming low. That means they will survive. But is that what every club should be doing? Not sure.
 
Also, don't you have to be a LoI club to enter the U17 and U19 national leagues? Is that what they are targetting?
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I don't think you have to be a LOI club to enter . Open to correction on that though
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What's the criteria to enter the LOI (ground size etc.) ?
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Originally posted by BabbsBalls BabbsBalls wrote:

What's the criteria to enter the LOI (ground size etc.) ?

It appears to be saying yes.
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More importantly, have they got any ultras (twiggy was looking to know init)
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Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

More importantly, have they got any ultras (twiggy was looking to know init)
Think London Donovan is jumping ship to these, but he will have the butler throwing the shapes for him
When all is said and done there is nothing left to say or do
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Originally posted by DUBLIN DOC DUBLIN DOC wrote:

Originally posted by Stillhuntinghenry Stillhuntinghenry wrote:

More importantly, have they got any ultras (twiggy was looking to know init)
Think London Donovan is jumping ship to these, but he will have the butler throwing the shapes for him



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