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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 21 November, 2017

#LOI

# loi - Today’s News

Hometown duo announce Dundalk exits

Shane Grimes and Ciaran O’Connor are leaving Oriel Park following the conclusion of the 2017 season.

# loi - Yesterday’s News

Drogheda United must find a new manager for their First Division return

Veteran boss Pete Mahon has parted company with Drogs after two seasons in charge at United Park.

Former Derby winger becomes Sligo's third new addition for 2018

Adam Wixted joins the Bit o’ Red from relegated Drogheda United.

# loi - Sunday 19 November, 2017

Stunning season sees Sean Maguire named PFAI Player of the Year for 2017

The Preston striker scored 26 goals in all competitions as Cork City claimed a first ever double in the club’s history.

# loi - Saturday 18 November, 2017

Boost for Cork City as another key player commits to the club for 2018

Garry Buckley has played over 130 games for the Leesiders.

# loi - Friday 17 November, 2017

Galway United fans plan to play at all 20 League of Ireland grounds in 24 hours tomorrow

The 1,200km round trip will begin and end at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Another member of Dundalk's double-winning squad is moving to the USA

Defender Paddy Barrett has made the switch to the United Soccer League after leaving Oriel Park.

Sign of intent from newly-promoted Waterford as Bohs striker Akinade and French midfielder arrive

The Blues will make a long-awaited return to the top flight as First Division champions next season.

Player of the year, ex-Newcastle winger and former Villa striker to stay at Rovers

Tomer Chencinski, Gary Shaw, Graham Burke and Brandon Miele will be staying with the Hoops for 2018.

# loi - Thursday 16 November, 2017

'The best right back in the league' signs new three-year deal with Dundalk

Sean Gannon is staying with the Lilywhites.

Boost for Bohs as ex-Sunderland defender commits for 2018

Jamie Hamilton, John Ross Wilson and Paddy Kirk have also been promoted to Keith Long’s first team.

Former Ipswich Town midfielder Cawley set for Rovers return

David Cawley previously enjoyed a successful four-year spell with Sligo after returning from England.

# loi - Wednesday 15 November, 2017

The nominees for PFAI Manager of the Year have been announced Awards Season This post contains a poll

The nominees for PFAI Manager of the Year have been announced

John Caulfield, Stephen Kenny and Keith Long have made the shortlist.

# loi - Tuesday 14 November, 2017

Two more years! Veteran keeper McNulty the latest player to commit to Cork City

‘Once you are doing the job on the pitch, I don’t think age matters. I am looking forward to next season and can’t wait to get started.’

# loi - Monday 13 November, 2017

Cork City's recruitment drive continues with the capture of Candystripes defender

Aaron Barry is the latest player to sign up with the double-winners.

# loi - Friday 10 November, 2017

Cork City announce fourth new signing in three days as they bring in young Pat's striker

Josh O’Hanlon, 22, previously had spells at Longford Town and Bournemouth.

# loi - Thursday 9 November, 2017

Kenny claims Sheppard reneged on deal and slams Caulfield's 'absurd' comments

“It’s bordering on the ridiculous,” the Dundalk manager said of his Cork City counterpart.

Promising Ireland U21 and former Aston Villa midfielder links up with Derry City

Rory Hale has signed on a one-year deal from Galway United.

Cork City's signing spree continues as they snap up Galway United defender

Colm Horgan is the latest signing for John Caulfield’s side.

Dundalk have more players than champions Cork City in PFAI Team of the Year

Four Dundalk players and three from Cork City in team selected by players’ vote.

'I had messages from lads saying 'That’s it, 2005 is banished now. People can move on.''

Cork City captain Alan Bennett will enjoy the break after their double-winning achievements this year.

# loi - Wednesday 8 November, 2017

'There was a lot of rubbish said and certain things were totally lies': Caulfield slams Dundalk

The Cork City boss had little time for Stephen Kenny’s comments ahead of the FAI Cup final.

Cork City double-winning defender has more cause to celebrate with player of the month award

Alan Bennett also signed a new deal with the club today.

One of Derry City's key players joins champions Cork

Barry McNamee has made the move to John Caulfield’s 2017 double winners.

# loi - Tuesday 7 November, 2017

The forgotten story of Ireland's record-breaking hat-trick hero 50 years on Looking Back This post contains videos

The forgotten story of Ireland's record-breaking hat-trick hero 50 years on

Dubliner Jimmy O’Connor scored Europe’s fastest ever officially verified hat-trick in a top-flight domestic league match.

Double-winners Cork secure the signature of promising defender Adebayo-Rowling

The English full-back joins the Leesiders after two seasons at Sligo Rovers.

Sheppard ends Dundalk speculation as he commits to Cork City for two more years

‘I can’t wait for next season, as we go out to try and defend our double.’

# loi - Monday 6 November, 2017

Six Cork City players included in Soccer Republic's Team of the Year Best 11 This post contains videos

Six Cork City players included in Soccer Republic's Team of the Year

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McNulty: 'A lot of people didn't give us any credit for winning the league. Doubt us now'

Cork City’s goalkeeper says doing the double is ‘an unbelievable feeling’.

# loi - Sunday 5 November, 2017

'History will prove this could be one of the greatest teams ever - time will show that'

Cork City manager John Caulfield led the club to its first ever league and cup double following Sunday’s FAI Cup win against Dundalk.

Cork City claim a first-ever double after penalty drama in the FAI Cup final

The game had ended 1-1 after extra-time at the Aviva Stadium.

As it happened: Cork City v Dundalk, FAI Cup final

Cork faced Dundalk, as they sought to finish a memorable season on a high.

Cork City get FAI Cup final day off to the perfect start by lifting the women's trophy

Clare Shine bagged the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over UCD Waves this afternoon.

As it happened: UCD Waves v Cork City, FAI Cup final

UCD Waves took on Cork City in the first of two big games at the Aviva Stadium today.

From standing on the terraces at Oriel Park to chasing a Cork double at Dundalk's expense

Loyalties will be split among the McCormack family for this afternoon’s FAI Cup final at the Aviva Stadium.

# loi - Saturday 4 November, 2017

'It was getting harder and harder... They pretty much refused to pay us most of the time' LOI Legends This post contains videos

'It was getting harder and harder... They pretty much refused to pay us most of the time'

Cork City are looking to end a memorable season on a high in the FAI Cup final this weekend. Dan Murray, one of the club’s most highly regarded ex-players, has been present for the good times and the bad.

The Leaving Cert student and Cork minor GAA star set to compete in the FAI Cup final

The multi-talented Saoirse Noonan chats to The42 ahead of her side’s clash with UCD Waves at the Aviva on Sunday.

# loi - Friday 3 November, 2017

Mark McNulty and Stephen Kenny's fake outrage are the only things selling the FAI Cup final right now

The reaction to the Cork goalkeeper’s remarks was inevitable, and it was disingenuous, writes John O’Sullivan.

City's lessons learned from 2005 double bid when they 'nearly drank Cork dry'

A first Leeside double since 1951 is at stake this weekend when they take on Dundalk at the Aviva Stadium.

# loi - Thursday 2 November, 2017

Memories of his late brother keep Morrissey striving for more: 'He was my Ronaldo'

A double is at stake this weekend for midfielder Gearoid Morrissey and his City team-mates.

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