Dundalk FC in Great Shape for the Future.

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Dundalk FC in Great Shape for the Future.

Post by Johnnybegood33 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 4:58 pm

Plenty of great comments about SK, in last few days. What I want to thank him for is apart from all the trophies & never to be forgotten memories , is the good health he leaves Dundalk FC in . The club has built up a new generation of supporters that will walk up the road to Oriel Park until there dying day. Just like when my old man pegged me over the turnstile many years ago. Although we emigrated to England & back to Dublin , the highlight of heading down the MI to Oriel is hard to beat. Hearing all those Dundalk accents as you walk in to the bar for a pint of Harpic.



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Post by El Paso » Tue Nov 27, 2018 4:59 pm

But when is the announcement about Oriel being upgraded Johnny?

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Post by Johnnybegood33 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:01 pm

I think that’s on hold El Paso. I’ll say no more.

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Post by Ezeikial » Tue Nov 27, 2018 5:47 pm

Sanity of a sort has temporarily broken out
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Post by Robbiedundalk2 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 7:20 pm

Johnnybegood33 wrote:Plenty of great comments about SK, in last few days. What I want to thank him for is apart from all the trophies & never to be forgotten memories , is the good health he leaves Dundalk FC in . The club has built up a new generation of supporters that will walk up the road to Oriel Park until there dying day. Just like when my old man pegged me over the turnstile many years ago. Although we emigrated to England & back to Dublin , the highlight of heading down the MI to Oriel is hard to beat. Hearing all those Dundalk accents as you walk in to the bar for a pint of Harpic.
Could not agree more. My situation very similar Dundalk. England, Dublin and its great to be back and going regular after been a regular for 15 years and then a 27 year gap. I love it and don’t want this journey to end. We are in a brilliant position and important to stain calm and be positive

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Post by shedboy4life » Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:43 pm

I’m sorry but I don’t see this ending any time soon. Kenny laid the foundations and now it’s time to begin the next chapter in the Dundalk story. We’re in the strongest position any league of Ireland club has ever been in.
The natural balance of Irish football has returned for good.

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Post by Ezeikial » Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:53 pm

shedboy4life wrote:I’m sorry but I don’t see this ending any time soon. Kenny laid the foundations and now it’s time to begin the next chapter in the Dundalk story. We’re in the strongest position any league of Ireland club has ever been in.
You're sorry?

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Re: Dundalk FC in Great Shape for the Future.

Post by shedboy4life » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:40 am

Ezeikial wrote:
shedboy4life wrote:I’m sorry but I don’t see this ending any time soon. Kenny laid the foundations and now it’s time to begin the next chapter in the Dundalk story. We’re in the strongest position any league of Ireland club has ever been in.
You're sorry?

Why?
I don’t get the doom and gloom. He left us in arguably the strongest possible position.
The natural balance of Irish football has returned for good.

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