Dundalk v Bohs.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Towelie » Mon May 24, 2021 7:41 pm

This is going to get messy

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by seand » Mon May 24, 2021 7:41 pm

That's fukking horrendous, really extraordinarily bad, any faint glimmer of hope from a win over Rovers crushed with one of the worst performances of an utterly dire season of inept performances.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Louth4sam » Mon May 24, 2021 7:43 pm

We absolutely deserve this as a club. If you appoint a 77 year old with zero experience with football, never mind running a football club to the CEO position this is the result.
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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Bogger » Mon May 24, 2021 7:46 pm

White Horse wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 7:40 pm
Pepsi wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 6:32 pm Would put the whole team up for sale at half time. Seen better footballers playing locally. No one can blame Bill, Peak6 or JM for whats on show this evening ..... majority players look as if they couldnt give a shit.
Are you for real?? Bill has destroyed the club.
How can ya blame bill for how shields Duffy mceleany Boyle and millan played tonight! Ffs

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Post by Richie87 » Mon May 24, 2021 8:03 pm

A hammering like that was probaly going to come at some stage. Been spells against Waterford and Longford where a better team would have punished Dundalk.
Shamrock Rovers looked like they were going to blow Dundalk out of the water in the opening 10 minutes. Dundalk settled down and got the win, but it was a ropey performance.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Martin Lawlor80 » Mon May 24, 2021 8:08 pm

As James Rogers said, the players stopped playing for Perth , then for Filippo in the league and now for JM.
Whatever is happening around the club, they don’t seem to have a professional pride in themselves . Fans blaming owners and management and tearing each other apart, and the players seem to be happy to escape the blame since last July

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Handsome » Mon May 24, 2021 8:08 pm

That was a disgusting performance. Whatever about what is happening in the background, the players who take that pitch take take the responsibility. They insult the word 'Professional'.
There was nothing about that performance that was professional. You wouldn't even insult a Trade by saying it was 'workmanlike'.
They should be ashamed of themselves. At least if they tried and were beaten 5 - 1 you'd excuse them. They must be ashamed of themselves.
They've brought shame on that great jersey and our great Club. Where are out Leaders???
I'm sick here, just sick.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by tip on » Mon May 24, 2021 8:10 pm

Martin Lawlor80 wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 8:08 pm As James Rogers said, the players stopped playing for Perth , then for Filippo in the league and now for JM.
Whatever is happening around the club, they don’t seem to have a professional pride in themselves . Fans blaming owners and management and tearing each other apart, and the players seem to be happy to escape the blame since last July
The fans are not able to boo and verbally abuse the wasters who are not trying on the pitch. When we get back at games they will be feeling it

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Handsome » Mon May 24, 2021 8:11 pm

That was a disgusting performance. Whatever about what is happening in the background, the players who take that pitch take take the responsibility. They insult the word 'Professional'.
There was nothing about that performance that was professional.
They should be ashamed of themselves. At least if they tried and were beaten 5 - 1 you'd excuse them.
They've brought shame on that great jersey and our great Club. Where are out Leaders???
I'm sick here, just sick.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Louth4sam » Mon May 24, 2021 8:15 pm

Martin Lawlor80 wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 8:08 pm As James Rogers said, the players stopped playing for Perth , then for Filippo in the league and now for JM.
Whatever is happening around the club, they don’t seem to have a professional pride in themselves . Fans blaming owners and management and tearing each other apart, and the players seem to be happy to escape the blame since last July
We've never recovered from whatever happened in that first Covid break in 2020. Some players who have left the club and some that are still here haven't performed since
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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Martin Lawlor80 » Mon May 24, 2021 8:31 pm

Louth4sam wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 8:15 pm
Martin Lawlor80 wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 8:08 pm As James Rogers said, the players stopped playing for Perth , then for Filippo in the league and now for JM.
Whatever is happening around the club, they don’t seem to have a professional pride in themselves . Fans blaming owners and management and tearing each other apart, and the players seem to be happy to escape the blame since last July
We've never recovered from whatever happened in that first Covid break in 2020. Some players who have left the club and some that are still here haven't performed since
Thats nearly been a year LFS, I don’t know what to say.

I agree with Tip On that this wouldn’t happen if fans were in the ground but that’s the same for every team, so that’s what I mean by them not having any professional pride

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by BigChief » Mon May 24, 2021 8:43 pm

That was embarrassing.. The whole club seems toxic from top to bottom..
Are players downing tools because the club signed a bunch of misfits on double the wages of everyone else..
Thank Christ most of them are only on 1 year deals now..
Is there a Master Reset button someone can press quick..

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Johnny Guitar » Mon May 24, 2021 8:53 pm

Even before VP's departure/sacking a malaise had set into the dressing room and bit by bit the dynamics started to fall apart.
One or two bad eggs in there, with boys questioning who was picking the team or going to others within the club asking why they are not part of it. The dynamics of that dressing room that kenny not only created but helped foster has been destroyed since VPs departure.

The malaise and poor form wont end until the dressing room is cleared out. A new manager needs to come in with full control and responsibility over players and get rid of the bad eggs and who they dont fancy.

I'm open to correction but is there only 1 player on the books for next year
Might be a blessing

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Richie87 » Mon May 24, 2021 8:55 pm

Wilfried Zahibo looks lost. He had a good game against Drogheda bar the tackling, but been disappointing mostly. He improved a bit against Shamrock Rovers in the second half, but for the highest paid player at the Club, you'd expect more.

But there is more then him. The injuries in defence a huge loss , playing Shields out of position doesn't help. A new manager has a lot to do, with players looking to get out, and most out of contract at end of season.

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Re: Dundalk v Bohs.

Post by Johnnybegood33 » Mon May 24, 2021 8:59 pm

It’s hard to know , what to say . But one thing for sure , we need a top manager . It looks like it’s clear out time . This is the point where it has to be built up again . On the plus side , Rovers beaten again .
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