Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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7.45 ko live on TV.

Rovers have four suspended for this, Farrugia Towell Hoare and Kenny. Should still have plenty in the squad to beat us comfortably.

Hopefully we have someone available to replace Muller because he needs to be pulled from the starting 11 for everyone's sake including his own.

Expecting another walkover for rovers, O'Donnell has rested players in this fixture recently - accepting defeat before we show up. Which is very surprising given his attitude as a player.
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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in theory it's a good time to play Rovers with all their suspensions and Bradley's head seems to be all over the place after the incident in Cork last week.... here's hoping the scum in our support (who like to sing about Richie Towell's dead dogf for example) will behave themselves and not disgrace themselves and the club.

So in theory it's a good time to be going to Tallaght, but we haven't performed in recent matches, and it's hard to see us getting anything here
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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No concession or kids tickets left. No way we'll sell out so it's just profiteering from Rovers, just like Pats last week. Poor form
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Or maybe it is because the set amount of kids and concession tickets have been bought by people who shouldn't be buying these tickets?
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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niall_hearty2000 wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 3:33 pm Or maybe it is because the set amount of kids and concession tickets have been bought by people who shouldn't be buying these tickets?
Possibly, but why limit them, especially kids tickets, can understand concessions. Are we not trying to encourage families to attend games? I guess Rovers don't have to worry about that, must be nice
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Muller somehow keeps his place

Sheppard
Davies Muller Boyle Leahy
Malley Doyle sloggett
Dickie Hoban Tulloch

Bench looking a bit stronger
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Poor goal to concede, acres of space down our left and Muller doesn't bother tracking Greene. Lazy ill-disciplined stuff again
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Against ten men again...we have plenty of practice in this situation. Would be pretty embarrassing not to get something from the game
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Absolute state of this team and squad. An utter embarrassment
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Owned and managed by bluffers.
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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This is an awful performance and conceding a breakaway goal against 10 isnt good .
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dundalkfc1903 wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:02 pm Against ten men again...we have plenty of practice in this situation. Would be pretty embarrassing not to get something from the game
I'd be shocked if they got a draw
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Pat Hoban must be thinking, beat that club record asap and get the hell outta here. No way he wants to spend the next few seasons with this standard of team and squad.
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Investment needed big time .
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Re: Rovers v Dundalk 02.06

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Going nowhere fast under the current ownership that's for sure.
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