Derry City V Dundalk | Sat 14 Sept | 8pm | Ryan McBride Stadium Brandywell | EA Sports Cup Final

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Re: Derry City V Dundalk | Sat 14 Sept | 8pm | Ryan McBride Stadium Brandywell | EA Sports Cup Final

Post by Mick Mac » Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:52 pm

Martin Lawlor80 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:08 pm There was a guy from the shed-side ejected from OP during the Cork game. It took 4 stewards and 2 Gardai following them to do it.
He looked out of it but if it took that many people to do it , they’ll never do full scale ejections that might be needed
He was no more than 16 and was hammered, could barely stand up
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Re: Derry City V Dundalk | Sat 14 Sept | 8pm | Ryan McBride Stadium Brandywell | EA Sports Cup Final

Post by niall_hearty2000 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:07 pm

Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:48 pm
niall_hearty2000 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:01 pm
Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 5:39 pm So The drum annoys you when you watch a game on TV. so we should ban it. The drum goes with Danny and co. It sets the chants going. When there is no drum the atmosphere is considerably less. Yes there is drink and weed in the shed but there isn’t trouble, two different things.
Drinking in public is illegal, so is smoking normal cigarettes, and weed certainly isn't legal. So all of these lead to an unsavoury atmosphere. Would you want your children around people smoking weed? Read the club rules.. the club should enforce these rules.. how are they getting cans into grounds? If i bring a bag with me to games I am searched.. the last time we played in Inchicore i was in the main stand and I could cleary see people drinking glass bottles of coors light. All it takes is a contentious decision and somebody throws that bottle onto the pitch and splits somebody open with it. If it is a Rovers Dundalk cup final it is gonna be a feisty encounter and the stewards and gardai need to be alert for this one. We have an element of scrotes following us especially at big games. There were a few looking for hassle at the game in turners x that sealed the title. The went into the turners x tavern and were immediately told by dundalk fans to feck away out of it. They are bringing the club and the rest of us genuine fans a bad name.
I wouldn’t bring my kids to the shed. Yes those things are illegal. Shall we sit on our hands like they do in the stand and not say a word during the game apart from humpy moaning for every misplaced pass. Take the younger fans and their “behaviours” out of the game and we may as well stay at home and watch the EPL. Scum who fight and want to fight. no, let’s get rid of them but let’s not sanitised the game to kill it.
Seriously? So because younger fans sing and chant and create an atmosphere they get carte blanche to do whatever they want?
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Post by Robbiedundalk2 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:38 pm

Nope they should not be, violence, aggression. racism, sexism etc has no place by anyone but putting in security in to the shed, taking away the drum etc and sanitising the experience in to a prawn sandwich variety will mean no atmosphere.

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Post by Alanek » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:44 pm

Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:38 pm Nope they should not be, violence, aggression. racism, sexism etc has no place by anyone but putting in security in to the shed, taking away the drum etc and sanitising the experience in to a prawn sandwich variety will mean no atmosphere.
So work away with the drinking,drug taking ,fence hopping ,bottle throwing and lighting flares and smoke bombs .

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Post by Pepsi » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:58 pm

Lads can we put it this way...
1. Nobody should have been on the pitch at the end of the game, unless they were there on an official basis. Anyone seen to be fighting/acting the bollox needs to get banned for a long time and those on the pitch to be cool need to miss a few games at the end of the season...maybe force them to miss the Pats game where we should be getting silverware.
2. The match was trouble waiting to happen*
3. The Shed problems**

* The FAI are as much to blame as anyone for the trouble last night. The kick off time was a joke, the stewarding was a joke, not to mention the searches etc. entering the ground. This was an FAI event and not a Derry City event, so they are responsible and should be held as accountable as both clubs. Personally I feel such finals should be played at neutral grounds and have a midday/early afternoon kickoff, that would have taken a few hours of drink away from a few half strong lads in the stands on both sides.

** There is an element of the Shed that has to be dealth with by the club. Alcohol consumption during games, smoking and consumption of drugs have to be nicked in the bud very quickly. The club often enough have said they want the club to be a place for families....then they now have to show that they are willing to get rid of the drug consumers and then the drinkers and the smokers, only then might they see more kids coming up to Oriel. I personally dont care what these lads do for the athmosphere, the rules or indeed the law is there for everyone and they are not above them.

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Re: Derry City V Dundalk | Sat 14 Sept | 8pm | Ryan McBride Stadium Brandywell | EA Sports Cup Final

Post by Robbiedundalk2 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:15 pm

Alanek wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:44 pm
Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:38 pm Nope they should not be, violence, aggression. racism, sexism etc has no place by anyone but putting in security in to the shed, taking away the drum etc and sanitising the experience in to a prawn sandwich variety will mean no atmosphere.
So work away with the drinking,drug taking ,fence hopping ,bottle throwing and lighting flares and smoke bombs .
Bottle throwing is violence. I really dislike people’s invading the pitch but it happens when we win the league or cup wins like last night. It is a pain in the ass but happens rarely. There is never any violence or aggression in the shed and if people don’t like people drinking or smoking there then fine go somewhere else in the ground but if the club were to get heavy handed with enforcing “club rules” in that part of the ground then we would alienate section of our support and the match day experience would be much the worse. People who behave like the 20 or so looking for trouble last night should be banned.

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Post by Townfan7 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:18 pm

Shame on those so called Dundalk supporters who appeared hell bent on causing trouble. As noted above they were loud boos in response from the genuine Dundalk followers in attendance. These people & yes so many don’t go to Oriel must be dealt with by the club & not let near any stadia going forward. I’d agree there are good Dundalk supporters from the Shed area who travel all over the country & give tremendous support to the team, it’s the scumbags we don’t want near any Dundalk games.

All of this is such a pity on a night of great achievement for the club & in particular Vinny Perth. Let’s hope this is the first prize in a treble winning season.

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Post by Robbiedundalk2 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:28 pm

Townfan7 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:18 pm Shame on those so called Dundalk supporters who appeared hell bent on causing trouble. As noted above they were loud boos in response from the genuine Dundalk followers in attendance. These people & yes so many don’t go to Oriel must be dealt with by the club & not let near any stadia going forward. I’d agree there are good Dundalk supporters from the Shed area who travel all over the country & give tremendous support to the team, it’s the scumbags we don’t want near any Dundalk games.

All of this is such a pity on a night of great achievement for the club & in particular Vinny Perth. Let’s hope this is the first prize in a treble winning season.

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Re: Derry City V Dundalk | Sat 14 Sept | 8pm | Ryan McBride Stadium Brandywell | EA Sports Cup Final

Post by niall_hearty2000 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:35 pm

Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:15 pm
Alanek wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:44 pm
Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:38 pm Nope they should not be, violence, aggression. racism, sexism etc has no place by anyone but putting in security in to the shed, taking away the drum etc and sanitising the experience in to a prawn sandwich variety will mean no atmosphere.
So work away with the drinking,drug taking ,fence hopping ,bottle throwing and lighting flares and smoke bombs .
Bottle throwing is violence. I really dislike people’s invading the pitch but it happens when we win the league or cup wins like last night. It is a pain in the ass but happens rarely. There is never any violence or aggression in the shed and if people don’t like people drinking or smoking there then fine go somewhere else in the ground but if the club were to get heavy handed with enforcing “club rules” in that part of the ground then we would alienate section of our support and the match day experience would be much the worse. People who behave like the 20 or so looking for trouble last night should be banned.
Fans shouldn't have to go to other areas of the ground. There should be zero tolerance.. and if anyone is drinking or smoking dope in the shed then they should be removed from the ground. End of discussion.
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Post by Robbiedundalk2 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:48 pm

niall_hearty2000 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:35 pm
Robbiedundalk2 wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:15 pm
Alanek wrote: Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:44 pm

So work away with the drinking,drug taking ,fence hopping ,bottle throwing and lighting flares and smoke bombs .
Bottle throwing is violence. I really dislike people’s invading the pitch but it happens when we win the league or cup wins like last night. It is a pain in the ass but happens rarely. There is never any violence or aggression in the shed and if people don’t like people drinking or smoking there then fine go somewhere else in the ground but if the club were to get heavy handed with enforcing “club rules” in that part of the ground then we would alienate section of our support and the match day experience would be much the worse. People who behave like the 20 or so looking for trouble last night should be banned.
Fans shouldn't have to go to other areas of the ground. There should be zero tolerance.. and if anyone is drinking or smoking dope in the shed then they should be removed from the ground. End of discussion.
You obviously don’t go to the shed

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Post by seand » Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:19 am

A really entertaining match in which we won a trophy and took another step towards immortality, and over half this thread and a chunk of the night ruined by the actions of a tiny minority of absolute scum. What a pathetic bunch of cnuts. Rest assured that the club will do fcuk all about it though.

Apart from conceding two horrendous goals we were generally very good in awful conditions. The incessant rain made it very difficult. We really should have buried them in 90 minutes, but they dug in well with 10 men and we didn't create that much during the hour or so with an extra man. Couldn't believe Benson's penalty, looked certain it wasn't going to be our night at that stage, but Hoare stepped up with massive pressure to convert and Chris Shields of all people to get the winner! That's two massive, high-pressure penalty shootouts this season that we've come through. Great character in this squad and the desire is still there to mop up trophy after trophy. Must be sickening for the rest of the league!

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Post by DundalkChampions » Mon Sep 16, 2019 12:15 pm

Cant be too hard for club to identify the trouble makers (we all know who they are)

@benleeds98 on twitter bragging about fighting, Well known lad in the Shed!

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Post by bigalan » Mon Sep 16, 2019 12:19 pm

Another decent match between these two sides. Perhaps Derry scoring so early caused them to play deeper than originally intended and then the red forced them back another 5/10 yards. In fairness they made it tough and held out very well with the 10. Absolutely cracking atmosphere generated by both sets of fans. Excellent scenes at the end with the players and especially Vinny. We could all see how much this meant to him. Well done on your first of many hopefully Vinny.

This is the first time in our history that we have held all three major domestic trophies. The aim now is of course to win all three in the same season.

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Post by colymull » Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:21 pm

We have a potential league winning match coming up against Rovers. If results go our way, you can be 100% sure that these same wee kuntz will be over in front of the away end goading the Rovers fans. Now we may not be able to keep people off the pitch that night, scenes like the other night can be prevented with proper stewarding and policing. If it looks like we are going to win the match, let the rovers fans out before the end. If not, put all the stewards and guards over in front of the away end. It's time for the club to be more proactive on this.

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Post by DundalkChampions » Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:28 pm

colymull wrote: Mon Sep 16, 2019 1:21 pm We have a potential league winning match coming up against Rovers. If results go our way, you can be 100% sure that these same wee kuntz will be over in front of the away end goading the Rovers fans. Now we may not be able to keep people off the pitch that night, scenes like the other night can be prevented with proper stewarding and policing. If it looks like we are going to win the match, let the rovers fans out before the end. If not, put all the stewards and guards over in front of the away end. It's time for the club to be more proactive on this.
They wont go near the Rovers fans, as they would be scared to start fights/goading Rovers fans as they know they would get battered!

Simple solution, club put up this week on website and in Argus and Democrat, any non official member who goes onto the pitch, will be done for Trespassing and banned from Oriel forever!

Cameras will easily identify anyone on the pitch.

IMO 2014 when we beat Rovers in League Cup was one of the best presentations as everyone stayed in their areas and didnt swarm the pitch

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