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Dublin: 11 °C Friday 31 July, 2015

#League of Ireland

# league-of-ireland - Yesterday’s News

Dundalk sign West Ham forward, St Pat’s block Bolger’s move to Motherwell

It’s been a busy day for League of Ireland transfers.

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 25 July, 2015

Former Sunderland midfielder Thornton misses penalty as Drogheda held by Longford LOI

Former Sunderland midfielder Thornton misses penalty as Drogheda held by Longford

The Drogs missed the chance to jump up the table.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 24 July, 2015

‘Lack of TV money is a sad indictment of how the League of Ireland is run, marketed and sold’

Why do we undervalue the league’s most lucrative selling points, asks John O’Sullivan.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 23 July, 2015

Shamrock Rovers bow out of Europe as Irish interest ends for another year

A disappointing week for the League of Ireland sides continued.

UCD’s European adventure comes to an end with heavy defeat

The Students bow out of the Europa League but not without another valiant display.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 19 July, 2015

Cork edge closer to league leaders Dundalk as they make it four wins on the bounce

Karl Sheppard struck twice in Longford.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 17 July, 2015

Despite playing 55 minutes with 10 men, Bohs managed to hold on for a win tonight

The hosts had Anto Murphy sent off in controversial circumstances

Wasteful Derry City left to rue missed chances in bottom-of-the-table clash

Both teams have struggled to find the back of the net this season.

‘Last year the media submitted a list of questions that have still not been answered’ AGM

‘Last year the media submitted a list of questions that have still not been answered’

Our columnist, former Cork City chief, John O’Sullivan takes a look at this weekend’s FAI AGM.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 16 July, 2015

Late deflection deals UCD cruel blow but it’s still all to play for

The Students are far from down and out.

# league-of-ireland - Wednesday 15 July, 2015

‘We’re very proud to be Ireland’s representative in the Champions League’

Dundalk face BATE Borisov in Belarus this evening.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 14 July, 2015

Two smashing Richie Towell goals you probably haven’t seen yet Pick It Out This post contains videos

# league-of-ireland - Monday 13 July, 2015

One of the League of Ireland’s brightest prospects named player of the month

Shamrock Rovers duo Brandon Miele and Kieran Marty Waters were second and third respectively.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 12 July, 2015

Bray defy off-field turmoil with third straight win as fans stage protest

Supporters voiced their anger at the running of the club.

American striker nets hat-trick as Galway give winless Limerick the blues LOI

American striker nets hat-trick as Galway give winless Limerick the blues

Jake Keegan inflicted more woe on the league’s bottom club.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 9 July, 2015

UCD hold on for historic Europa League triumph

The Students had held a 1-0 aggregate advantage from the first leg.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 7 July, 2015

It didn’t take Bray Wanderers long to appoint a new manager

The club confirmed the news on Twitter this evening.

Niall Quinn has an idea to fix Irish football and it involves selling TV rights to Africa

The Sky Sports pundit says the League of Ireland needs to be re-energised.

Dennehy shown the door at Cork days after on-field bust-up with team-mate

Manager John Caulfield insists his exit is not connected with the incident, however.

International midfielder among our selections in the League of Ireland team of the week

This XI is brimming with quality from head to toe.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 6 July, 2015

Irish clubs holding their own in Europe and more talking points from the LOI weekend

Plus, Bray are a club in turmoil yet they continue to churn out results.

Quiz: How well do you know your high-profile League of Ireland imports?

From George Best to Big Sam and everyone in between.

‘I’m unable to continue for reasons which must remain between the club and myself’ – Croly

The Seagulls are looking for a new manager after revealing that Trevor Croly has left by mutual consent.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 5 July, 2015

Bray respond after players claim trust is ‘beyond repair’, to consider Croly’s position

It has been a turbulent week for the League of Ireland club.

More late, late drama as Bohs suffer second straight defeat at end of landmark week

Keith Long’s side return to the capital empty handed.

Honours even in the west as Sligo and Galway share the points

Sligo are now without a win in five in the league

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 4 July, 2015

Bray boss Croly nowhere to be seen as Seagulls snatch victory in Limerick

Dave Scully struck at the death to give Bray three precious points.

The only stat you need to know about Cobh Ramblers’s long-overdue away win

Cobh hadn’t won on the road since late 2008!

Cruel for Drogheda as champions snatch late victory in Louth derby

John Mountney’s 90th-minute free-kick was deflected home in a 2-1 win for Dundalk at United Park.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 3 July, 2015

Great news for Bohemians as they agree to sell Dalymount Park for €3.8 million

The SSE Airtricity League club will continue to play their home matches at the ground.

‘I was asked if we could bring Barcelona to Thomond Park’

There are typically four types of friendlies offered to Irish clubs, writes John O’Sullivan.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 30 June, 2015

‘Me ma was upset… She thought I was signing for Pat’s and I hadn’t told her’

Damien Duff has played down recent rumours linking him with a move to the Dublin club.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 29 June, 2015

Former Ireland international fronts our League of Ireland team of the week

This XI is brimming with quality from top to bottom.

Ex-Newcastle midfielder spurred on to rebuild his career by the birth of daughter

Having been knocked back by the Premier League club, Brandon Miele is adjusting to life at Shamrock Rovers.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 28 June, 2015

Pat’s peaking, Sligo plummeting and more of this week’s SSE Airtricity League talking points

Domestic action returned after the mid-season break and our reporters look back on an eventful weekend.

Sligo’s nightmare season has plunged to a new low as Bray defeat leaves them in red zone

Without a manager and without a win in four outings now.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 26 June, 2015

Why the League of Ireland’s mid-season break should be ditched

“No-one has a problem with the concept of semi-professional players taking a summer holiday with families, but it still doesn’t add up.”

Towell: Champions League upset would make people stand up and take notice

The midfielder is looking forward to testing himself when Dundalk play in Europe’s premier club competition for the first time since 1991.

‘It was all doom and gloom. But we got the kick up the arse we needed’

Saints attacker Chris Forrester says confidence is high after going into the first league game after the mid-season break.

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