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    Posted: 13 Jul 2019 at 9:43am
Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Kavanagh & Rainsford released, there’ll be more coaching staff than fans soon enough 
 
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Kavanagh & Rainsford released, there’ll be more coaching staff than players soon enough 
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.

Why whats that going to bring? 
The Tunnocks Carmel Wafer Scottish challenge cup.
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Originally posted by corkery corkery wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.

Why whats that going to bring? 
The Tunnocks Carmel Wafer Scottish challenge cup.

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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.

Why whats that going to bring? 
The Tunnocks Carmel Wafer Scottish challenge cup.
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Kavanagh and Rainsford released. The squad is beginning to approach a sensible size at least.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.

Why whats that going to bring? 

New squad and new management. Barring relegation, it can't be much worse than what is currently happening. 
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Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.

Why whats that going to bring? 
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Embarrassing doesn't even begin to describe tonight. Next season cannot come sooner.
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0-0 or maybe Cork 1-0

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Predictions for Thursday? Progres almost 4/1 to win. 
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Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Sheppard very lucky to last the 90 

And as a bald man he’s a f**king embarrassment to the nation with that do, Jesus has he no mirrors in his house

LOL it's brutal isnt it, just let it go.

Thought himself and Kirk were lucky to stay on after their tackles.


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Defo hope ye win thur and go through. However looking at tonight im not sure how ye are going to score. Hopefully ye keep a clean sheet and nick a goal or two.
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Tonight was probably our best performance at Turners Cross for a long time, I think we were unlucky not to win. Bohs looked dangerous on the counter attack but didn't cause us too many problems in the end. Some standout performances from Morrissey, McCarthy, McCormack and Hurley, while Coustrain also did well. Great to see the amount of headers O'Sullivan won as well; a lot more than Cummins would have won.

Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Sheppard very lucky to last the 90 

And as a bald man he’s a f**king embarrassment to the nation with that do, Jesus has he no mirrors in his house

In fairness, there was a far worse tackle (from where I was sitting anyway) from who I think was Kirk before Sheppard's tackle. 

I dont think you deserved to win really. No real chances, few half chances but if thats the best ye played in a long time then i wouldnt be too impressed. Maybe it looked better in the ground.

I'm not saying we 100% deserved the 3 points tonight, just that if we won I don't think there would be too many complaints. 

Comparing tonight's performance to last Friday's one against Derry, they were poles apart. It's difficult to put into words just how bad we have been at times this season. I'll fully acknowledge that we didn't create much tonight, but it was far better than what I've seen in most matches at the Cross this season. Hopefully we'll build on tonight with a positive result on Thursday. 
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Originally posted by adineen98 adineen98 wrote:

Tonight was probably our best performance at Turners Cross for a long time, I think we were unlucky not to win. Bohs looked dangerous on the counter attack but didn't cause us too many problems in the end. Some standout performances from Morrissey, McCarthy, McCormack and Hurley, while Coustrain also did well. Great to see the amount of headers O'Sullivan won as well; a lot more than Cummins would have won.

Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Sheppard very lucky to last the 90 

And as a bald man he’s a f**king embarrassment to the nation with that do, Jesus has he no mirrors in his house

In fairness, there was a far worse tackle (from where I was sitting anyway) from who I think was Kirk before Sheppard's tackle. 

I dont think you deserved to win really. No real chances, few half chances but if thats the best ye played in a long time then i wouldnt be too impressed. Maybe it looked better in the ground.
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Tonight was probably our best performance at Turners Cross for a long time, I think we were unlucky not to win. Bohs looked dangerous on the counter attack but didn't cause us too many problems in the end. Some standout performances from Morrissey, McCarthy, McCormack and Hurley, while Coustrain also did well. Great to see the amount of headers O'Sullivan won as well; a lot more than Cummins would have won.

Originally posted by 9fingers 9fingers wrote:

Sheppard very lucky to last the 90 

And as a bald man he’s a f**king embarrassment to the nation with that do, Jesus has he no mirrors in his house

In fairness, there was a far worse tackle (from where I was sitting anyway) from who I think was Kirk before Sheppard's tackle. 
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Sheppard very lucky to last the 90 

And as a bald man he’s a f**king embarrassment to the nation with that do, Jesus has he no mirrors in his house
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