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Report: Graham Burke Set For Shamrock Rovers Return

Preston and Ireland striker Graham Burke is reportedly close to a return to former club Shamrock Rovers with the Hoops in advanced talks to bring him back to Tallaght. According to a report in The Irish Mirror, Rovers hope to agree a loan deal for Burke who left the club last summer for £300,000 after impressing in the League of …

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“You Will Probably Be Back In London Doing Drive-By Shootings”

roy keane

Former Bohemians goalkeeper, Brian Murphy, spoke of the “incredible” experience of working under Roy Keane at Ipswich while also giving fans an insight into the Irish legend’s managerial style. Speaking at the Gaultier GAA ‘Resilience Forum’, Murphy opened up on how the Manchester United legend talked him into going back across the water after returning to Ireland from Swansea in …

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Go And Watch Daniel Mandroiu While You Can, He’s A Special Talent

“In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on Danny Mandroiu.” Friday night’s Dublin derby was an absolutely brilliant showcase of everything that makes the League of Ireland special, as Bohemians once again got the better of their bitter rivals Shamrock Rovers. A sold-out Dalymount Park witnessed a fantastic game of Friday night …

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“We Don’t Have Much Respect For Them. They Look Down On Us” – James Talbot On Shamrock Rovers

James Talbot

“We’ve got heart, we’ve got passion, something that I don’t think they have.” James Talbot has said that Shamrock Rovers have no “heart” or “passion.” The Bohemians goalkeeper claimed that he doesn’t have “much respect” for Rovers, as they “look down” on him and his teammates and “don’t think we’re good players.” Talbot made the comments following the Dublin derby …

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Cork City Fans Boycott ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ At Turners Cross

Drama in the Leagues of Ireland this evening as Cork City fans boycott the Shed End at Turners Cross over the ongoing fallout involving John Delaney and the FAI. The stand is officially known as the ‘Joe Delaney Stand’ who was the father of the much-maligned former FAI chief executive. Delaney’s father was a long-time member of the Munster Football …

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