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Old 02-03-11, 16:21   #61
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4/5 into 2/5?? jesus!!

You do know home advantage is about 1/4 a goal. So if this game was on in St pats youd have them -2.2.5 goals?
which is about 1.15

Galway cant be this bad??
well they have a team of amateur players that have never played top flight football, never played a competitive match in Terryland and have only been together less than 2 weeks.

Obv I was exaggerating with how low I'm willing to back Pats but its a lump on for me surely
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Old 03-03-11, 10:41   #62
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Betting preview for the league in tomorrow's Racing Post btw...........
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Old 03-03-11, 11:14   #63
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Betting preview for the league in tomorrow's Racing Post btw...........
be very interested on who's writing it!
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Old 03-03-11, 11:46   #64
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be very interested on who's writing it!
Johnny Ward at a guess.
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Old 03-03-11, 11:51   #65
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Rovers have been slow starters under O'Neill the past 2 seasons and with Dundalk having already played 2 very competitve games they could catch them on the bounce. Rovers also had a very poor record against this shower last season too. 4s in PP and Hillsl. I may play it safe though and back Dundalk on the handicap @ 11/10 with Stan James.
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Old 04-03-11, 01:21   #66
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Rovers have been slow starters under O'Neill the past 2 seasons and with Dundalk having already played 2 very competitve games they could catch them on the bounce. Rovers also had a very poor record against this shower last season too. 4s in PP and Hillsl. I may play it safe though and back Dundalk on the handicap @ 11/10 with Stan James.
Just lay them on betfair and give yourself a 5/4 bet, if you want

This match could go anyway. Will be a brilliant game though

Wont be backing Pats below 1.8 and wouldnt mind a bit bigger on sligo

going to be sitting out most games though as the price has moved on most (shels being the main one here)
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Old 04-03-11, 01:33   #67
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bohs look a little short too - be interesting to see how they start
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Old 04-03-11, 02:09   #68
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We have a young lad in goal and Fenlon is suspended. Really depends on just how bad Bray are, I'd be confident of a win but not backing it.

Have Shels at 11/8, Limerick at evens and Pats 8/11.
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Old 04-03-11, 17:29   #69
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Value in laying Bustos @ 2.5 on Betfair?
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Old 04-03-11, 18:12   #70
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Value in laying Bustos @ 2.5 on Betfair?
Wouldn't go piling in myself.

No real bets bar small two small singles on Cork@1.6 and Pats @1.85
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Old 04-03-11, 18:14   #71
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sligo good to go in a draw no betish market from match odds.

like pats drift
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Old 04-03-11, 18:28   #72
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Old 04-03-11, 21:22   #73
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Value in laying Bustos @ 2.5 on Betfair?
Nope, didnt see it through in the end thank God.

Dont feel comfortable making any bets yet, too early to make any sort of assessment.

Shamrock Rovers got a team of alot of potential there. McCabe, Finn sticking out although cant see Finn winning mnay 50/50's
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Old 05-03-11, 12:39   #74
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Shels to win the FAI Cup is worth a small bet. Our squad would comfortably finish midtable in the premier division and our manager has a great cup record. 50s is well worth a couple of E/W. Should be 28s or 33s at most.

Shelbourne @ 50/1
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Old 05-03-11, 18:53   #75
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4/5 into 2/5?? jesus!!

You do know home advantage is about 1/4 a goal. So if this game was on in St pats youd have them -2.2.5 goals?
which is about 1.15

Galway cant be this bad??
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Old 05-03-11, 19:13   #76
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you cant just say theyre a bet regardless, only get burned long term in irish football. A Sean Connor team, with home advantage, and 5 late signings that bolstered his squad well. Also with the First game of the season status to it (we all remember dundalk getting a 93rd minute winner in first game versus a far worse bray team than this galway team)

I liked them anything from 1.8 or higher - which they were! happy days on the win for both of us, but i hope you get my point
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Old 05-03-11, 21:41   #77
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you cant just say theyre a bet regardless, only get burned long term in irish football. A Sean Connor team, with home advantage, and 5 late signings that bolstered his squad well. Also with the First game of the season status to it (we all remember dundalk getting a 93rd minute winner in first game versus a far worse bray team than this galway team)

I liked them anything from 1.8 or higher - which they were! happy days on the win for both of us, but i hope you get my point
Ah i was only being a wretch for the reaction. obv you have a far better line on this than i do. Genuinely was just trying to wind you up.

long searon to go
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Old 08-03-11, 12:51   #78
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Standout price of the weekend.

Longford 17/10 away to Wexford. (Boyles)

Joining 2 pieces of form together.

Longford supposedly impressive on Saturday night vs Shels (Raheny Red confirm????) & Wexford very limited judged by performance against City on Friday.

Loss of Conor Sinnott and Gary Sheahan are massive and they have not found any replacements of that caliber based on their performance on Friday. Don't think they even had a shot on goal.....
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Old 08-03-11, 14:06   #79
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Match report and highlights of the Longford - Shels game, check out the second Shels goal to clinch it

http://shelbournefc.ie/news.php?id=1768

I wasn't too impress by Longford tbh, Shels were quite poor and we made them look good at times. They played with a lone striker, who looks very dangerous btw, but the balls into him were poor so it made it very difficult for the lad. I wouldn't fancy getting stuck into teams outside of the 'top 4' in this division just yet. However, you seen Youths at the weekend so don't let me put you off.

Bwin are first to price up LoI First Division games and there will be weeks to catch this shower out no doubt. They currently have Cork City @ 7/10 away to Mervue, that worth a nibble AH?
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Old 08-03-11, 14:31   #80
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boyles are up 1.6 cork

Bwin are whores to get money on and off with. Charging you a 2% depending on what form of deposit you use
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