Programme of the Year award

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Programme of the Year award

Post by Ezeikial » Sun May 19, 2019 2:32 pm

It has become almost routine for the Programme of The Year award to be go to DFC to the extent that it barely attracts much comment.

According to the website, this is the 9th award in the last 10 years - a really phenomenal achievement, and a credit to all involved in it. Well done!


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Re: Programme of the Year award

Post by seand » Mon May 20, 2019 9:48 am

I think it's 8 of the last 9 seasons and 10 out of 12. Super stuff all round and it continues to lead the field

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Re: Programme of the Year award

Post by El Paso » Mon May 20, 2019 10:05 am

It's brilliant. It's better than ones I've seen in the Premier League. An absolute credit to all involved - can't praise it enough.

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Re: Programme of the Year award

Post by Ezeikial » Sun May 26, 2019 6:48 pm

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Dundalk FC club ambassador Padraig McGowan receiving the Programme of the Year award at the Irish Football Programme Fair earlier today. That’s the eighth time in the last nine years that Dundalk have won this accolade. #CmonTheTown
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Re: Programme of the Year award

Post by Sneachta » Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:17 am

As always, a fantastic read and brilliantly put together by all involved.

Was having a read of the 1968 fairs cup article on Dundalk v Rangers and I have to say, I have had to read it a couple of times in disbelief. A double take if you will.

Perhaps older members could clarify this from their memory....

"A further incident reported in the local press took place later in the night when Rangers fans from Belfast refused to leave a pub on Park Street until the Gardaí that arrived and sang a verse of God Save The Queen!"

Am I right? The guards sang God Save The Queen?

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