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Discussion in 'Ireland' started by conorhiguita, Jan 16, 2010.
The League of Ireland 2010 tread!!!
3 teams from the city of Galway in the LoI now:
I think having three Galway clubs is amazing! It shows the work that is going on in Galway city and County. Next target for the Galway clubs is to have two in the Premier Division.
Certainly doing better than the Cork scene here.
It's a joke. Galway can hardly sustain their main club let alone 3. Shows the FAI up for what they are. Which is clueless. All very well going on about spreading the football throughout the country but inviting junior clubs into the league that have no fanbase whatsoever does more damage than good. Look athe demise of Kildare County.
Far too many senior clubs on the island.
Agreed! Nice overview of what would might happen if they will plan it in
doing it so.
Sad day. RIP CCFC.
Are u the same conor that met with the 89ers of derry city fc a few years back?
Hey guys. I'm gonna be in Dublin on March 26. I see that UCD, Bohs & Sporting Fingal all have home matches that night. Which would you suggest I go see? I'm staying in Ballsbridge that evening, so which would be easiest/best to go see.
I don't imagine I'll have to secure a ticket before the match, will I?
Thanks for the advice.
Well Bohs are the champions and would be the one to see I suppose.
UCD is nearest to you but you could get to all three very easily.
The Drogs are playing Fingal so I'd recommend that one!
No problems on the ticket front!
no sorry lool
Come down to Galway with the Hoops. Will be a great atmosphere!
Just got back from Ireland last night. Saw the Shamrock Rovers v. Bohemians match on the 9th.
Here's the goal:
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I was sitting at the other end of the stands from the person who did this video.
Great atmosphere at the game, and I was impressed by the level of play.
Unfortunately, I went to the UCD - Bray match - not so impressed by the level of play.
I was going to see the St. Patrick's match v. Sligo in the Setanta Cup, but it got rained out!
Mike delighted you enjoyed it. You should have contacted us before and we could have taken you to the other side with the Ultras!
Great video, great night
Anybody here from outside Ireland who wants to go to a Hoops game contact me and you can be guaranteed a great night amongst the best fans.
Thanks. It was last minute. A friend took me and his son. We were going to go to Drogheda vs. St. Pats that evening (they are from Meath), but we went to this one for the atmosphere.
I'll keep it in mind. It looked like you had a great time on that side.
Hope to be in NY in August and want to see the new Red Bull Arena.
Another memorable night in Tallaght Stadium. Top 2 in the league on a perfect summers night for a game with a narrow 2-1 win for the Hoops in front of 4,800.
Second half in particular had everything. Quality goals with an incredible finish. In injury time Billy Dennehy handled on the line and got an instant red card. Inevitably Alan Mannus saved their penalty!
Here's hoping we can do well next week in Europe.
Great night to be in Tallaght.
Was the ball over the line?...
God bless Alan Kelly and Billy and Alan And Micheal...
Premiership table: http://inform.fai.ie/Statsportal/CompetitionDetails.aspx?compID=1
Has any thought been given to playing 2 leagues of 18 games each annually, for Spring & Summer trophies?
First Division: http://inform.fai.ie/Statsportal/CompetitionDetails.aspx?compID=2
With the current poor form of the Galway table footers, has any thought been given to reducing the division to 10 clubs?
No premiership in our league.
2 trophies would never be a runner.
Yes Salthill and Mervue are junior clubs and should never be in the league so hopefully common sense will prevail and they are shown the door at seasons end.
Great win for the Hoops yesterday so confidence is high ahead of thursday's Europa League game.
Airtricity League squad (V Manchester United XI): Gary Rogers(St. Patrick’s Athletic), Gerard Doherty (Derry City), Brian Shelley (Bohemians), Ger O’Brien (Sporting Fingal), Ken Oman (Bohemians), Gavin Peers (Sligo Rovers), Conor Powell (Bohemians), Conor Kenna (St. Pat's), Paul Keegan (Bohemians), Shaun Williams (Sporting Fingal), Alan Kirby (Sporting Fingal), Joseph Ndo (Sligo Rovers), Richie Ryan (Sligo Rovers), Stephen O’Donnell (Galway United), Killian Brennan (Bohemians), Paddy Madden (Bohemians), Karl Sheppard (Galway United), Ryan Guy (St. Pat's)
Standby list: Peter Cherrie (Dundalk), Alan Keane (Sligo Rovers), Patrick McEleney (Derry City), Dave Mulcahy (St. Pat's), Ciaran Kilduff (UCD), Pádraig Amond (Sligo Rovers), Fahrudin Kudozovic (Dundalk).
Were you in Drogland Friday Hoop?
Yes. Very enjoyable.
For you maybe!!
Good to see a big crowd there.
Have you any idea what late Drogheda fan's face is on the flag near the dugout?