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#League of Ireland

# league-of-ireland - Yesterday’s News

Teenage striker scores debut double as brilliant Bohs extend winning run

The Gypises have now recorded nine victories on the trot after getting the better of St Patrick’s Athletic.

'There was something going on with one of our players and we tried to defuse the situation'

Cork City manager John Caulfield was sent off at half-time in last night’s defeat to Dundalk.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 21 September, 2018

Experienced Estonia international hits the winner as Waterford move up to third

Sander Puri’s first-half strike from Noel Hunt’s right-wing cross secured all three points at Sligo’s expense.

Bray Wanderers effectively relegated following Limerick loss

Only overturning a goal difference of 25 goals and winning their final four games will be enough for the Seagulls to survive.

Caulfield receives his marching orders as Dundalk put one hand on the title

An early goal from Chris Shields gave Dundalk their first away victory over Cork City since April 2015.

Those from Dundalk outraged over Turner's Cross ticket allocation are blaming the chair for stubbing their toe

There has been back and forth about the away section ahead of tonight’s top-of-the-table clash, writes John O’Sullivan.

'Sometimes players who play down in Cork probably don't understand the pressure'

Cork City will be aiming to halt Dundalk’s march towards the Premier Division title when they clash tonight.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 20 September, 2018

‘I had to hand over my home... But I would walk up to Tallaght Stadium, and it would all be forgotten about’ Hard Times This post contains videos

‘I had to hand over my home... But I would walk up to Tallaght Stadium, and it would all be forgotten about’

The story of a die-hard Shamrock Rovers fan Mick McCarthy who got back ‘up the ladder’ again after a difficult period.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 16 September, 2018

'It’s nice to have the feeling that you belong to a club and I don’t think there are any better than Bohs'

Former Bohemians captain Kevin Hunt looks back at a decade with the Gypsies, playing in Asia and life after retirement.

Derry City see off Cobh to end 6-year trophy wait

Manager Kenny Shiels lifted his first piece of silverware in his third year at the helm.

'Two days after Wembley, I was seeing people on their death bed and I was lucky to make it'

Twenty-year-old goalkeeper Nathan Gartside was on the verge of a first-team breakthrough at Watford when a life-threatening illness altered his career path dramatically. He is now back to full health and chasing his dream again.

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 15 September, 2018

Goalkeeper scores the winner as St Pat's overcome Sligo

Brendan Clarke slotted his penalty past Mitchell Beeney in the second-half to ensure all three points for his side.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 14 September, 2018

Ex-Ireland international on target as Waterford keep pace in battle for third

Goals from Sander Puri and Noel Hunt ensured a return to winning ways for their team.

This bizarre Damien Delaney own goal helps Bohs storm into a commanding lead over Cork Oops This post contains videos

This bizarre Damien Delaney own goal helps Bohs storm into a commanding lead over Cork

It’s been a torrid night for the visitors’ defence at Dalymount Park.

Cobh Ramblers' underdog run reminds us why the EA Sports Cup is worth loving

A coin-toss shouldn’t decide the venue for a national final, writes John O’Sullivan.

Crunch time for Cork as defending champions bid to close gap on Dundalk LOI

Crunch time for Cork as defending champions bid to close gap on Dundalk

John Caulfield’s side face a stiff away assignment against in-form Bohemians this evening.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 13 September, 2018

'When I first moved to England… Coming back to Ireland would have been a last resort' New Perspective This post contains videos

'When I first moved to England… Coming back to Ireland would have been a last resort'

UCD attacker Conor Davis on his rejuvenation in the First Division after a difficult end to his spell at Reading.

'He wants to be in the starting XI tomorrow': Positive update on Clarke's comeback

The Shamrock Rovers forward suffered a serious knee injury at the start of the season.

Derry City's Brandywell home set to be renamed after late captain Ryan McBride

Councillors voted unanimously in favour of the proposal today.

Player of the Month Duffy eager to earn first call-up after declaring for Republic of Ireland LOI

Player of the Month Duffy eager to earn first call-up after declaring for Republic of Ireland

The Dundalk star has won the award for the second time this season.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 9 September, 2018

Facing Zidane in Dublin, an ill-fated stint in England and becoming one of Irish football's all-time top scorers LOI Legends This post contains videos

Facing Zidane in Dublin, an ill-fated stint in England and becoming one of Irish football's all-time top scorers

Former Bohemians and UCD star Derek Swan reflects on a memorable career.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 7 September, 2018

Cup holders Cork safely through after hitting Longford for 7

Kieran Sadlier hit a hat-trick for John Caulfield’s side.

UCD stun Waterford to reach first FAI Cup semi-final in over a decade

Conor Davis and Timmy Molloy scored within seven first-half minutes.

'Most people wouldn't know that I've broken both my legs and both my ankles' Misfortune This post contains videos

'Most people wouldn't know that I've broken both my legs and both my ankles'

“Two years ago, I was thinking about quitting football… It’s my family that kept me going,” says Longford’s Dylan McGlade.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 4 September, 2018

'I'm going to have to adapt quick because the Championship is completely different to League of Ireland'

Graham Burke recently joined Preston from Shamrock Rovers.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 2 September, 2018

'It does make you stay awake at night and struggle to sleep, and not want to get up in the morning' Looking Back This post contains videos

'It does make you stay awake at night and struggle to sleep, and not want to get up in the morning'

Ex-Ireland international Noel Hunt on persistent abuse from fans as well as highs and lows at Reading, Leeds and elsewhere in his football career.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 31 August, 2018

'If the FAI have a primary responsibility it’s to protect clubs from themselves and their own bad decisions.' LOI

'If the FAI have a primary responsibility it’s to protect clubs from themselves and their own bad decisions.'

The Association can do plenty to boost the League of Ireland without allowing clubs to do damage, writes John O’Sullivan.

'We just need to look at ourselves and get as many points on the board as we can'

Gearoid Morrissey expects more twists and turns in another title race between Cork City and Dundalk.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 30 August, 2018

'My Mam rings me ten times a day to make sure I'm alive': Paddy Barrett on swapping Oriel Park for Ohio

With average crowds of over 25,000 and MLS on its way next season, the former Dundalk man is enjoying himself at FC Cincinnati.

# league-of-ireland - Wednesday 29 August, 2018

The right call? Here's the disputed penalty that ended Dundalk's unbeaten run Paying The Penalty This post contains a poll This post contains videos

The right call? Here's the disputed penalty that ended Dundalk's unbeaten run

There was late drama in last night’s meeting of the Lilywhites and Shamrock Rovers at Oriel Park.

Bradley hails 'brave' referee as Dundalk bemoan decisive 90th-minute penalty

Dylan Watts scored from the spot in the closing stages last night to end Dundalk’s 13-match winning streak.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 27 August, 2018

Premier Division's top three handed away draws in FAI Cup quarter-finals

Dundalk, Cork City and Waterford will all be taking to the road for the next stage of the competition.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 26 August, 2018

'It had become slightly more difficult. Your wife starts to realise that actually, weekends exist' LOI Legends This post contains videos

'It had become slightly more difficult. Your wife starts to realise that actually, weekends exist'

Former UCD, Drogheda and Shamrock Rovers star Andy Myler reflects on his career in football.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 24 August, 2018

Hery's early strike sends Waterford into first FAI Cup quarter-final since 2009

It wasn’t to be for Drogheda United, who shocked Shamrock Rovers in the previous round.

Derry City advance as hero Doherty makes 95th-minute penalty save

There was late drama at the Brandywell as St Patrick’s Athletic crashed out of the FAI Cup.

UCD prevail after 8 goals, one red card and extra time

A last-minute goal from Jason McClelland spared the Students’ blushes.

Comfortable win keeps Cork City on track for a third consecutive FAI Cup

The holders were too strong for Maynooth University Town this evening at Turner’s Cross.

Limerick beat Cabinteely to earn spot in last 8

The Shannonsiders made five changes from their damaging 3-1 defeat to Sligo Rovers last week.

Leahy and Stokes help Bohs earn convincing win in Galway

Lining up with five at the back from the off, the tactic from the home side was clear: try to soak up the pressure.

Dundalk reach FAI Cup quarter-finals for 8th year in succession after overcoming Finn Harps

Georgie Kelly, with his first goal for the club, helped the Lilywhites prevail.

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