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Longford Sign Cobh Star Martin Deady

Premier Division newcomers Longford Town have announced the signing of Cobh Ramblers winger Martin Deady. The Ramblers captain scored five goals for the Cork side in the 2014 season as they disappointingly finished bottom of the First Division. Deady played schoolboys football with Cobh before making the step up to the League of Ireland in 2007. He was one of the …

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Dundalk Sign Paddy Barrett From Galway

Paddy Barrett has been announced as the latest addition to Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk side ahead of next season. Barrett joins from Galway, having moved there from Waterford United halfway through last season. The 21-year-old defender helped Tommy Dunne’s side to promotion into the Premier Division and will be another young player for Stephen Kenny to call upon. @DundalkFC can confirm …

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Shamrock Rovers Make Two New Signings

Shamrock Rovers have made two new signings today as well as re-signing two more members of the current squad.  Pat Fenlon has added the services of midfielder Gavin Brennan from Drogheda United who becomes the second major loss to the Drogs following Gavan Holohan’s move to Leeside recently. Brennan, 26 has played with Drogheda United since 2010 and will join …

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Mark Rossiter Confirms Dundalk Departure

Dundalk right-back Mark Rossiter has confirmed his departure from Dundalk FC. The 31-year-old joined the Lilywhites from St Patrick’s Athletic two seasons ago and was a popular figure at the club during his spell there but unfortunately injury finished his first team status. He featured 28 times under Stephen Kenny in his debut season in 2013 at the club but …

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Chris Forrester Re-Signs For St. Pat’s

Saint Patrick’s Athletic have today confirmed the re-signing of one of the Premier Division’s hottest young prospects, Chris Forrester. Only 21, he’s already won a league title & an FAI Cup. Back for more next year – @ChrisForrester1 has signed back! pic.twitter.com/9nbY01Solw — St Patrick’s Ath (@stpatsfc) November 24, 2014   The 21-year-old joined the Saints from Bohemians in 2011 …

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How The FAI’s €1.2 Million Grant Effects The LOI

Michael Ring, the Minister of state for Tourism and Sport has granted the FAI €1.2 million in funding for six footballing projects across the country, including two which directly impact the League of Ireland. The two projects which directly influence the League of Ireland are at Galway’s Eamonn Deacy Park and Cork City’s stadium in Turner’s Cross. According to the FAI’s …

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Derry City Make Two New Signings

Derry City have announced the signing of two new players in the form of Cillian Morrison from Cork City and 19-year-old Shaun Patton from Finn Harps. Frontman Morrison, 23 joins Derry City having signed with the Rebel Army only just last June. Goalkeeper Shaun Patton as well as Morrison have joined the Candystripes on one year deals. Commenting on Morrison’s departure from …

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Cork City Sign Kieran Djilali From Limerick

Kieran Djilali is the latest new recruit to join up with the Rebel Army and just another indication that Cork City boss John Caulfield is looking to get as much transfer business done as early as possible.  The 23-year-old has spent the majority of his career upto this point playing in England with the likes of Crystal Palace, AFC Wimbledon and …

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McMillan Nearing Bohemians Switch

Rumours are abound that Sligo Rovers defender and fan favourite Evan McMillan is the latest victim of the Owen Heary clear out at the Showgrounds. Big Evan is rumoured to have re-signed for his former side Bohemians. It was Bohemians that McMillan signed for the Bit O’ Red from in January 2013 after turning down advances from Scottish Premier Division …

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Cork City Re-Sign Dennehy: ‘The Main Aim Is To Win Trophies’

Darren Dennehy has re-signed for Cork City ahead of the 2015 season. The Kerry native was instrumental to the success of a solid back-line on Leeside last season.  Dennehy joined City for the beginning of the 2013 season following a two year spell at Barnet. The 26-year-old was ‘delighted’ to have signed back so early and is looking forward to progressing on what …

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St Pat’s Re-Sign Christy Fagan For The 2015 Season

Current FAI Cup Champions St Patrick’s Athletic have taken a huge step in their preparations for The 2015 SSE Airtricity League, by re-signing 25-year-old Striker Christy Fagan. Fagan was central to the Dublin club’s success at all levels, as the striker found the net 20 times, to help Liam Buckley’s side to a third place finish in the league and …

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Cork City Sign Dave Mulcahy From Bohemians

Dave Muchay has been confirmed as the latest new signing on Leeside following the additions of  both Gavan Holohan and Karl Sheppard to Cork City’s ranks for 2015.  Mulcahy who previously played at Cork City has most recently been plying his trade at Bohemians where he helped them to a respectable seventh place finish, just three points off Sligo Rovers in …

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Colin Healy Commits Future To Cork City

Colin Healy is the latest Cork City player to commit his future to the Leeside club following Dan Murray’s re-signing earlier today.  The former Irish international was nominated for the 2014 PFAI Player of the Year award as well as being named in the PFAI Team of the Year. It was one of Healy’s best seasons at Cork City, usually playing in …

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Keith Fahey Signs For Shamrock Rovers

Shamrock Rovers have today announced that Keith Fahey has swapped Inchicore for Tallaght. The 2014 FAI Cup winner with St Pat’s will line out for the Hoops next season.  Quoted on Rovers’ official website, Fahey had this to say: “I’m delighted to be here at Shamrock Rovers. This is my local club and it’ll be great to be playing so close …

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Is There A Future For Longford Town In The Premier Division?

Last season, Longford Town made the breakthrough they had been pursuing for years on end with little success – promotion to the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. In a race with Shelbourne, which lasted the majority of the season, with a few games left they pulled away and never looked back; finally securing the league title on the 3rd of October following a …

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Gavan Holohan Signs For Cork City

Cork City have announced their second new signing of the season in the form of former Hull City player Gavan Holohan who joins from Drogheda United. This follows the recent signing of Karl Sheppard as well as yesterday’s announcement that Ross Gaynor has re-signed for the Leesiders. Commenting on the signing, the 22-year-old mentioned that it didn’t take much persuading for him …

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