Ezeikial wrote:Never mind this one game at a time lark - thats for the players and management.
Supporters can dream and scheme and plan.
I think we will win the league at home to St Pats on Friday 5 Oct
Cork (67 points from 30 Games)
14 Sept Bohs (A)
21 Sept Dundalk (H)
05 Oct Rovers (A)
12 Oct Limerick (H)
19 Oct Derry (A)
26 Oct Bray (A)
Dundalk (73 points from 30 Games)
21 Sept Cork (A)
25 Sept Derry (H)
05 Oct St Pats (H)
12 Oct Waterford (A)
19 Oct Sligo (H)
26 Oct Bohs (A)
If we go to Cork and win on 21 Sept we will have 76 points from 31 games, Cork with 70 points from 32 games (assuming they beat Bohs away 14 Sept)
That would leave Cork capable of a maximum of 82 points, meaning we would need 2 more wins - Derry in Oriel on 25 Sept and St Pats on 5 Oct
Obviously there are lots of other permutations (including Cork losing to Bohs), but I'm marking that date as the red letter day!
Mathematically, we would only be ahead on goal difference. We would still need a result of some sort in Waterford to be absolutely sure. RSC is a nice ground with plenty of space for away fans, I quite like the idea of celebrating down there.
Either way, 19th Oct is the day to mark, last home game and - hopefully - trophy presentation.