bigalan wrote:Getting back to the football. A pretty important match in our season coming up later tonight. A win for Cork will leave them confident of drawing level with us next week with a game extra played. Anything other than a win and that I feel will be it and only ours to lose. You would expect City to go at Bohs from the start and have Sadlier and Sheppard run loose up front but with Caulfield, you wouldn't know what way he will approach this match. True, Bohs are on a cracking run and always a hard nut to crack in Dalyier but with a Cup 1/4 coming up maybe their minds will be elsewhere?
I expect Cork to win tonight (although I would not be surprised if Bohs got a result), but all a Cork win would do is to instill a bit of false hope into their supporters.
While anything is possible next week, I expect we will get a decent result and are more likely to win than to lose.
Winning the title is completely in our own hands and we don't need to rely on favours from anyone. In a odd way, I would welcome a Cork win tonight at Bohs, as it has the potential to make a result next week even sweeter