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Bohemians Release New Bob Marley-Inspired Away Shirt

League of Ireland club Bohemians have released their unique new away jersey ahead of next season, inspired by the late Bob Marley.  We are delighted to reveal our 2019 away jersey. Designed by #Bohs in conjunction with our new kit suppliers O’Neills, it gives a nod to Dalymount's special place in the hearts of football and music fans. Available for pre-order in …

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Watch: Sligo Rovers’ Rhys McCabe Scores Stunner From His Own Half

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Turner's Cross, Cork 18/8/2017 Cork City vs Sligo Rovers Sligo Rovers Rhys McCabe

Struggling Sligo Rovers earned a vital win over the similarly troubled Limerick, thanks in no small part to a moment of magic. Bray Wanderers are currently languishing at the bottom of the Premier Division table with just one point, but despite having far higher point hauls, both Limerick and Sligo Rovers are scrapping to stay out of the relegation play-off …

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Waterford Promoted To League Of Ireland Premier Division

Waterford FC have been promoted to the League of Ireland Premier Division after rivals Cobh Ramblers fell to a 3-0 defeat on Saturday night at home to Cabinteely. Goals from Joe Doyle (2) and Dean Casey gave Cabinteely the win to hand Waterford the title as they now lead by eight points with two games remaining. Alan Reynold’s side have now …

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Cup Win Keeps Dundalk Success On Track

Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk side have been the fairy tale story of League of Ireland football over the last three years. They’ve collected every league title available in that time as well as enjoying the most successful and fervently followed European run in recent memory. Unfortunately for the Co Louth side, they have been the victim of their own success. Their outstanding …

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Pundit Arena League Of Ireland Team Of The Month: June 2017

LOI TotM June

Cork City’s seemingly unstoppable march towards the Premier Division title continued in June, including a comprehensive 3-0 defeat of Dundalk in their own back yard. Stephen Kenny’s side had been in a good run of form before that (and have been since), but that loss would have been really hard to take for the reigning champions. At the bottom, meanwhile, …

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Former Celtic Cult Hero Paddy McCourt Returns To The League Of Ireland

Paddy McCourt

Former Celtic and Northern Ireland winger Paddy McCourt has officially rejoined the League of Ireland after nine years away, signing for Premier Division side Finn Harps. The “Derry Pelé” had been without a club since leaving Glenavon two months ago, and has now signed for Ollie Horgan’s outfit just in time for the beginning of the new season. Paddy McCourt Signs …

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Daryl Horgan Fails To Shine As Dundalk Fall Just Short

UEFA Europa League Group Stage, Tallaght Stadium Dublin 24/11/2016 Dundalk vs AZ Alkmaar Az Alkmaar’s Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Daryl Horgan of Dundalk Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Dundalk went into Thursday’s Europa League game against Dutch side AZ Alkmaar with qualification to the later stages of the tournament still an achievable goal. Zenit St. Petersburg were the group’s runaway leaders leaving second place a possibility for the other three teams. Ireland manager Martin O’Neill and his assistant, Roy Keane, were both in attendance and rumours had been …

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What’s Happened Since Shamrock Rovers’ Europa League Breakthrough?

Shamrock Rovers’ breakthrough as the first Irish team to qualify for the group stages of a major European competition was supposed to herald an era of domestic domination. However, it hasn’t worked out that way, writes Macdara Ferris from Póg Mo Goal Magazine, Issue 3.  For Shamrock Rovers, 2016 marks a number of anniversaries in their recent history. This year …

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The Draw For The FAI Cup Third Round Has Been Made

Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Final, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 8/11/2015 Dundalk vs Cork City Daryl Horgan and manager Stephen Kenny Mandatory Credit ©

The draw for the FAI Cup third round took place in Tipperary this morning. Having entered the draw in the previous round, most of the League of Ireland clubs remain in the hunt for the trophy, with a number of non-league participants thrown in for good measure. Holders Dundalk will continue their quest to retain the trophy with an away tie …

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Pacesetters Limerick Take On Second-Placed Drogheda United

Limerick make the trip to Louth on Friday evening as they look to make it six wins from six and go ten points clear of second-placed Drogheda United. United find themselves sitting on eight points from five games, winning two, drawing two and losing one. The Boynesiders bounced back from their 3-0 defeat away to Shelbourne with an impressive and …

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