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03-03-2012, 00:39   #16
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Who was playing in thomand park tonight? Munster weren't playing were they?

God no.!!!
not a pair of sunglasses to be seen.
just Shannon/Garryowen.
the bandwagon dont follow that. only diehards like Mclove.
we'll be seeing him in Jackman from now on by the sounds of it....
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03-03-2012, 00:49   #17
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I went along tonight for the first time ever and really enjoyed it.
Who got the second goal for Limerick? Was it an own goal or did Gaffney get it?
Was credited to Gaffney but I reckon it was an own goal from my angle
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03-03-2012, 14:49   #18
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From where I was it looked like Gaffney hit in the keepers near post from a tight angle.

Good first half but scrappy second half. Once the team settles into the season we should see much better performances.

Attendance of 820 which was decent and 3 points in the bag.

Onwards and upwards.

Next up:

Waterford vs Limerick Friday 9th, 7:45pm, RSC.
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Comfortable enough win even when Harps pulled one back. Bit sluggish and rusty in the second half but that will improve. Waterford and Mervue away next.
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06-03-2012, 11:53   #20
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Limerick FC Official Supporters' Club Bus to Waterford. Friday March 9th - leaving Arthurs Quay Park at 3.30pm sharp. Members Only. Membership available on the day. Adults €15. Children accompanied by a Parent €10. Names have to be in by Wednesday Midday. Please only book a seat if you are sure you are going. Thank You.
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Is there a big crowd expected to travel down on Friday ?
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Is there a big crowd expected to travel down on Friday ?
There is a bus running, and I know a few car loads going down...maybe looking at 100 Limerick fans at the game by my reckoning
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2 questions about waterford.

1. Will I get lost going there without a satnav?
2. What time should I leave to get there? Parking etc.

Just wondering it would be my first trip down there so just want to get these things right
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2 questions about waterford.

1. Will I get lost going there without a satnav?
2. What time should I leave to get there? Parking etc.

Just wondering it would be my first trip down there so just want to get these things right
Here you go mate, its just across the road from the Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre...

http://maps.google.ie/maps?saddr=lim...mra=ls&t=m&z=9
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One spare seat left on the members bus (you can join on the day) if anyone wants it but it wont be around for long so pm me asap if anyone wants it. Ta
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Cant believe the score i'm seeing on teletext.
what a disaster,especially when Waterford lost 6-0 last week.
some turnaround for them though.
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christ on a bike - thats a disaster of a scoreline!
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Poor performance. We had the lions share of possession but were exposed at the back when we pushed on for the winner. Got what we deserved in the end.
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We passed the ball and cut through them easily for the first 15, but then they scored and we resorted to hoofing the ball forward hopelessly for the rest of the half.

We used the ball with more purpose in the 2nd half, and deserved our equaliser. We kept playing well after that, but were caught on the break and resorted to hoofball again, without success. Sheahan nearly broke the crossbar with a shot late on, but they made it 3-1 just after.

Very disappointing performance - when a team presses the midfield and closes up the space, we seem to have no idea whatsoever of how to break them down and just thump long balls for Behan. Even if he wins them, there's no support there because our central midfielders Gamble and Bradley both prefer to play deeper.
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If we dont win the next two i think it will be time for a change before it gets too late to bring in someone new. Taxi for Scully...
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