There may be no LOI this weekend, but that won’t stop us with our weekly predictions:
Finn Harps will move top of the Premier Division, level on points but ahead on funny tweets. Foley will score too many goals to be eligible for an Ireland men’s senior team call-up. Ollie Horgan will get multiple bookings throughout the bank holiday weekend.
Wateford, under new ownership, will not change any management personnel despite swirling twitter rumors that the whole team has walked out. They will win the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Scottish Challenge Cup but the trophy will be awarded to St. Patrick’s Athletic instead, who will complete the weekend by picking up what is a good point actually.
Longford Town won’t get promoted last season, no chance at all, so don’t even watch any of their play-off games, and they won’t follow us on Twitter either.
Shamrock Rovers, having seen the success of Shamrock Rovers II: Shamrock Rovers Harder, which came out last year, will launch the following sequels; Shamrock Rov3rs: This Time It’s Personal, Shamrock Rovers IV: 2 Fast 2 Furious, Shamrock Rovers Origins: Pico Lopes, and a Spin-Off called Graham Burke and Danny Mandriou’s totally rad adventure.
Dundalk will continue to make progress with talks between fans and the owners, as big Bill will promise to learn the names and positions of most players.
Cobh Ramblers to do a body switching movie with their new friends Burnley and learn what it is like to walk in their shoes.
Enjoy the bank holiday weekend! We’ll be back with our regular LOI predictions next week.