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Helland's been pish this season, anyway...
Aye hopefully we Progres.
Three goals, five assists in 13 appearances so far this season. Hardly pish, but underwhelming compared to his 2015 season. If he could stay injury free he would have been playing in a far better league than Eliteserien.
I'm praying for Dundalk if I'm honest Trondheim seems a bit of a nightmare to get to from Scotland
Didn't know we used the British Army's training facilities when the team arrived in Belfast.
Outrageous!!! They'll be absailing at Celtic park next!!!!
In all seriousness it's a non-issue and probably wound up the huns that little bit more.
Should beat either dundalk or rosenborg comfortably imo
If we (Dundalk) win weds, the game will prob be in Tallaght and not the Aviva meaning you will get about 500 tickets.
I lived in Dundalk for 27 years of my 30 year life and Man Utd and Liverpool both have far more supporters in Dundalk than Celtic. Dundalk FC have the most of the kids (Thank God) but Utd and Liverpool are still way bigger than Celtic
Dundalk would be a fantastic but beating teams like Rosenborg is what European football is all about.
Rosenborg: Champions in 13 consecutive league seasons between 1992-2004. Rosenborg competed in the Champions League group stages in eight consecutive seasons, reaching the quarter-finals in 1997.
Would like to see us emulate their 90s success. Brendan Rodgers here for the 10!
So what are Rosenborg actually like now?
Won their league twice in a row and currently sit top again halfway through, so they've a winning mentality around them the last few years after a pretty shite decade (by their own domestic standards).
Knocked out of CL qualifiers 4-2 on aggregate by APOEL last season, then pumped out in Europa League qualifying 4-2 by Austria Wein.
I just remember St Johnstone I think it was knocking them out of the Europa League.
What dates are the next round fixtures?
July 25th or 26th and Aug 1st and 2nd.
Is the first leg home or away or has that not been decided yet?
Annoying the Rosenborg/Dundalk game is the same day as ours - would've liked to watch it.
Not to get ahead of ourselves, but what teams are possible draws in the playoff round? Wondering what game to scope out Tuesday...
The Rosenberg Dundalk game is a 6.15pm kick off so you can still watch both.
The Royal Regiment of Scotland are stationed at the barracks . .
The dates to the next round have been announced. The home leg is the same regardless of who we play. If Rosenberg win the game is on Wednesday night, but if we play dundalk the date has been moved forward 24 hours. This is more than likely due to the fact the Aviva is being used by man Utd on the wed night. Hoping we get Dundalk and game is played at Aviva.