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# loi - Yesterday’s News


# loi - Yesterday’s News

'Players who travel away, they might have loads of money but they don't have the memories I have' No Regrets This post contains videos

'Players who travel away, they might have loads of money but they don't have the memories I have'

Paul Doolin chats to The42 about a distinguished career as a player and coach in the League of Ireland.

# loi - Saturday 27 May, 2017

Cork City were driven by Bradley's 'not as good as Dundalk' claim

The Leesiders responded to the Shamrock Rovers boss with a 4-1 victory at Turner’s Cross last night.

Roddy's first home game in charge of Athlone doesn't go to plan as Students spoil the party

UCD are now a point behind Waterford in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.

# loi - Friday 26 May, 2017

Five-goal thriller in Ballybofey as 10-man Finn Harps make it two home wins in a week

The Shannonsiders scored a second with just a few minutes left to make things interesting but the hosts held on.

Candystripes extend unbeaten run to nine but still can't edge past the Drogs

It was Drogheda’s second scoreless draw at United Park in four days.

Sligo show character and twice come from behind to earn entertaining point by the seaside

Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly twice put Bray in front but a brace from Michael Leahy ensured a 2-2 draw.

Huge three points for Bohs as Fitzgerald stunner ensures they move clear of drop zone

President Michael D. Higgins was in attendance but his beloved Galway came up short on the night.

Super Saints to sinners: Duffy's majestic free-kick sees Pat's sink to bottom of the table

David McMillan was also on the mark as Dundalk extend their lead over third-placed Bray.

Delaney on the double as City come from behind against 10-man Rovers

The Premier Division leaders maintained their 15-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table.

As it happened: Cork City v Shamrock Rovers, SSE Airtricity League Premier Division

The league leaders look to extend their undefeated run as they welcome the Hoops to Turner’s Cross.

Nothing to pay and little to play for: Wexford FC and life at the bottom of the First Division

The new league structure means Wexford FC have no hope of promotion. Manager Damien Locke says they must build for the future.

Shamrock Rovers youngster set for move to the Championship

The club have confirmed that Conor Grant is joining Sheffield Wednesday.

Current Cork City side 'right up there' with Shamrock Rovers' Europa League heroes

Conor McCormack believes the Premier Division leaders are on a par with the Hoops side he was once part of.

# loi - Thursday 25 May, 2017

'We owe our mum everything and I'm trying to make a career out of football to pay her back'

Bohemians midfielder Fuad Sule has been one of the breakthrough players of the season so far but he has been on quite the journey to get to this point.

Success of Connacht Rugby has set an example for the League of Ireland

“Once we set our standards for the top, this league will take off.”

# loi - Wednesday 24 May, 2017

Fresh sense of optimism at Limerick as new regime gets first three points on the board

Manager Neil McDonald and forward Chiedozie Ogbene were delighted with last night’s win at Dalymount Park.

Cork City boss hopeful as talks begin with Nigel Clough over key defender Delaney

John Caulfield is keen to extend Burton Albion defender Ryan Delaney’s stay at Turner’s Cross.

# loi - Tuesday 23 May, 2017

Bray's slip-up allows Drogheda to move off the bottom

Pete Mahon’s side jump all the way up to eighth place in the Premier Division thanks to tonight’s point.

Cork City lead by 15 points after Dundalk are held at home

The Lilywhites had to settle for a share of the spoils from tonight’s meeting with Derry City.

Former Blackpool boss picks up his first win in Irish football at the expense of Bohs

Limerick were 2-1 winners over the Gypsies at Dalymount Park.

'I felt that we were robbed' - Stephen Bradley admits frustration at disallowed goal Gunning For Europe This post contains videos

'I felt that we were robbed' - Stephen Bradley admits frustration at disallowed goal

Ronan Finn’s second-half equaliser last Friday was ruled out as the Hoops lost 3-1 to fellow European hopefuls Derry City.

# loi - Monday 22 May, 2017

Former Cork City striker bags a brace against Pat's to move Harps off the bottom

Ollie Horgan’s side hadn’t won in the league since their derby victory over Derry City on 14 April.

Rovers bounce back to end Galway's impressive undefeated run

Stephen Bradley’s side returned to winning ways following Friday’s defeat away to Derry City.

Sweet 16! Cork City forced to come from behind to extend their lead

Kevin O’Connor scored directly from a corner to send City 16 points clear at the top of the Premier Division.

# loi - Sunday 21 May, 2017

'He was like, 'You n***er' and I thought, 'Wow - really?'': Wes Charles on Ireland and abuse

From the Caribbean to Galway, via Sligo Rovers, Bray and Russia, the imposing centre-back has had quite the journey.

# loi - Saturday 20 May, 2017

‘There’s been a lot of bad press about the club. And it is unfair, it’s very unfair’

Athlone’s captain Niall Scullion chats to The42 about a difficult few weeks for the club ahead of tonight’s game with Cabinteely.

# loi - Friday 19 May, 2017

Ex-Tottenham midfielder McEneff stars as Derry down Rovers

The Candystripes are now four points clear of the Hoops in fourth place in the table.

Waterford maintain First Division lead but Cobh keep the pressure on

Wexford also picked up their first win of the season tonight by getting the better of Shelbourne.

Fagan back among the goals but Pat's forced to settle for a draw in Inchicore

Sligo Rovers bounced back from last week’s defeat to Dundalk by picking up a valuable point.

Maguire on the double as City remain undefeated with Drogheda demolition

The Leesiders are 13 points clear at the top thanks to their 13th win from 14 Premier Division games.

Galway United continue good form with dramatic late winner

Shane Keegan’s side had to come from behind against Finn Harps at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Dundalk capitalise on early Limerick red card to move back into second

Two goals from David McMillan helped to secure a second successive victory for Stephen Kenny’s side.

Dinny's delight! Bohs come from behind to stun Bray courtesy of Corcoran brace

Keith Long’s side picked up a huge three points despite Tim Clancy’s opener at the Carlisle Grounds.

Champions in Markets Field for McDonald's first game in charge

New Limerick manager Neil McDonald faces a tough opening game as they welcome Stephen Kenny’s champions to the Markets Field.

The FAI fear unity among clubs — but some are too busy pointing fingers

Complaining that you’re not in the PCA helps no one.

Ireland stars set for Tallaght Stadium visit as Rovers-Burnley friendly confirmed

Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady and Stephen Ward are among the players due to travel.

# loi - Thursday 18 May, 2017

After rejection in England, Limerick star is shining thanks to Glenn Hoddle's Spanish lifeline

Lee-J Lynch is hopeful that his hometown club can fulfil their potential after today’s managerial appointment.

# loi - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Cork and Dundalk kept apart in EA Sports Cup semi-final draw

The Leesiders are away to Shamrock Rovers, while Stephen Kenny’s men meet Galway United.

'All my dreams have come true' - Fairytale ending for Dirk Kuyt as he announces retirement

The 36-year-old Dutchman lifted the Eredivisie title as Feyenoord captain last weekend.

Watch: There are some absolute crackers in the LOI goal of the month competition Pick It Out This post contains a poll

Watch: There are some absolute crackers in the LOI goal of the month competition

Try and pick a winner from these stunning efforts.

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