Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

Post by niall_hearty2000 »

Looks like ticket sales have been suspended. Same issue as the shels v bohs match?

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Online ticket sales have been suspended for this game.

Tickets are only available from the office at Oriel Park.

The away allocation has sold out. St Patrick's Athletic fans with tickets for the home section will not be admitted into the ground.

https://www.dundalkfc.com/match-tickets/
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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I think the message should be really focussing on the fact that the away allocation is SOLD OUT and there are only a limited number of home tickets available but only for purchase in advance at oriel park up to a certain time. Challenge the Dundalk fans by pointing out that the large travelling support with 550 away fans need to be drowned out by the Dundalk support - can the home fans outnumber them 10:1?
There should be more made of the subtle rivalry brought about by SOD/PC management swap over to create an occasionโ€ฆ
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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carrickfan wrote: โ†‘Wed Mar 01, 2023 11:58 pm There should be more made of the subtle rivalry brought about by SOD/PC management swap over to create an occasionโ€ฆ
I don't think the club should be promoting that at all
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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Shep
Annesley Leahy muller Boyle
Kelly Sloggett malley yli-kokko
Tulloch hoban

Subs
Cherrie
Byrne
Okane
Moyo
Ward
Wasiri
Elliott
Martin
Davies

Good starting 11. Although I would like to see wardy introduced early in the second half. Tulloch and kokko fully deserving of starting spots after their performances in Dalymount last weekend. Davies maybe a little hard done by. Hopefully annesley in at cb as he really isn't a lb. With Leahy switching back to lb and muller as rb?

Massive performance required and hopefully 3 points. Let's get oriel rocking
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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Best possible start, need one or two more though because an early goal could easily lead to a very uncomfortable 80+ minutes if Pats can find their footing.
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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2-0, that's the ticket. Great for Annesley to get off the mark ahead of the international break this month.
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Thank you special agent Odomusu
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Absolute demolition. More of this please.
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Ok let's ignore the fact that Pats were absolutely awful, we still needed to up our performances from the previous two matches to get anything from the game. Some really good individual performances but still a fair bit off clicking as a team. Thought Sloggett was excellent and my MOTM. Also thought there was some big calls in the starting lineup but O'Donnell got them spot on.

I'd still be very critical about the quality of our preseason as we really should have picked up 3/5 more points in the first couple of games if we were firing on all cylinders.
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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Much better performance, we cut out a lot of the bad passing and touches from the first two games and took our chances well. Looking forward to Monday now
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Towelie wrote: โ†‘Fri Mar 03, 2023 8:57 pm Thank you special agent Odomusu
He was shocking
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We played as a team tonight dominated them every one of them was brilliant. Leahy and Boyle and Annesley were excellent in defence muller played well too. Sloggett covered every blade of grass. Malley deserved his goal had a great game. Tulloch exceptional. Love to sign him but imagine a big tf fee would be involved. Kokko played well. While he played well and scored a great header how did hoban get motm. Pats were absolutely shocking and it seems we dodged a bullet with the keeper. Much improved performance and we played as a unit tonight.
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https://twitter.com/DundalkFC/status/16 ... 8cHtA&s=19

This is good for the soul. A real togetherness seems to be building after a ropey enough start.
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Re: Dundalk v St. Patrick's Athletic Match day 3 Friday March 3rd Kick-off 7.45pm

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Great display and should really have been 6 - Ward should have buried his late chance, but to be fair he did well when he came on.

Nice balance all over the team, Tulloch for me was clear man of the match with Sloggett a close second.

Great to get off and running, but we need to back it up on Monday with another win.
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