It’s never a good state when the main problem stemming from a match is an eight-minute delay due to accidental sprinkler deployment.
helbourne coach Damien Duff could only watch as a lone UCD official created a wheelbarrow to eventually cut off the water supply, with players on both sides temporarily moving to the sidelines while the crowd enjoyed enjoy the weird second half.
In fact, they had nothing else to cheer for in a disorienting game, with one UCD side determined to come closest to breaking the deadlock against one side Shels spent more time on the opposing half without. never looked really dangerous.
A purported start offers deceiving incentive for their substantial travel assistance.
College teams are known for playing nice but underwhelming football but this crop can still take care of itself and showcase Alan Patchell has been occupied by some powerful exchanges. He also refused to appeal the UCD penalty when Sean Brennan fouled in the area.
Duff rotated his options following Friday’s win at Drogheda, but the much-anticipated first start for Arsenal lover Jordan McEneff was soon cut short due to injury, the story of his life. it in recent years.
Shels lost track of a spell and UCD proved dangerous as they took possession of the ball as Duff’s side still found their way as they overturned the ball. It was, however, the first half of speculative blows from both sides.
Jack Moylan has emerged as the main danger for the Shels, and he’s busy here, even as he regularly finds an opportunity at the end of the run with a well-organized UCD to keep a clean sheet. two in a row.
For all that Andy Myler’s side have sat in the spells, they feel comfortable doing so and they created a glorious chance for the winner as substitutes Evan Caffrey and Dylan Duffy The combination to the latter is rejected by the Lewis Webb warning.
The atmosphere was temporarily improved by the woe of unexpected showers and it also ensured extended stoppage time with UCD’s Colm Whelan providing a chance to block Shels’ backing. Duff’s men lacked the dexterity to create a comparable opportunity.
UCD: Healy, Osam, Yoro, Todd, Ryan; Keaney; Kerrigan, Verdon (Caffrey 63), Brennan, Dignam (Duffy 63); Whelan
Shelbourne: Webb, O’Driscoll, Byrne, Ledwidge; Wilson, McManus (Dervin 63), Coyle, Kane; McEneff (Hawkins 23), Moylan (Farrell 86); Boyd (Anaebonam 63)
Referee: Alan Patchell
https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/league-of-ireland/sprinkler-drama-adds-life-as-duffs-shels-huff-and-puff-41396254.html Sprinkler TV series comes to life as Duff’s Shels cranks and gasps