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#LOI

# loi - Yesterday’s News

More problems for Athlone Town as forward handed seven-match ban for betting

Jason Lyons has been sanctioned by the FAI.

# loi - Sunday 17 September, 2017

This smashing goal from a former Celtic player needs to be watched again and again Lovely Footwork This post contains videos

This smashing goal from a former Celtic player needs to be watched again and again

McCourt’s effort couldn’t protect his Finn Harps side from suffering defeat at the hands of Sligo Rovers.

'I was actually offered a new contract but that was taken away when Souness left'

Gavin Peers looks back on a decorated career that saw him win ever major honour in Irish football.

‘I genuinely treat every final like it could be our last’ - Kenny hungry for more success

With Saturday’s EA Sports Cup triumph over Shamrock Rovers Stephen Kenny secured his eighth trophy in his last four seasons at Dundalk.

# loi - Saturday 16 September, 2017

Waterford confirmed as First Division champions after Cabinteely win in Cobh

Alan Reynolds’ side have made it to the top flight with two games to spare.

Late drama as Sligo Rovers triumph in relegation six-pointer

It seemed as though Paddy McCourt’s goal eight minutes from time would’ve salvaged a draw for Finn Harps.

'I was delighted for my 20th to come in a cup final — I'm 28 and can still get better' Man Of The Match This post contains videos

'I was delighted for my 20th to come in a cup final — I'm 28 and can still get better'

David McMillan scored his 20th goal of the season in Saturday’s EA Sports Cup final during a man of the match performance.

Dundalk claim eighth trophy in four seasons as Lilywhites down sorry Hoops in Tallaght

David McMillan set the Lilywhites on their way before late goals from Patrick McEleney and Tommy Stewart sealed the win in Dublin.

# loi - Friday 15 September, 2017

Waterford on the brink of promotion to Premier Division after comfortable win

Meanwhile, Shelbourne overcame Athlone 4-1 at Tolka Park.

Bray secure hard-earned point after difficult week as pressure increases on Limerick

The Wicklow side have been at the centre of match-fixing allegations in recent days.

Galway give their survival hopes a shot in the arm with late winner LOI

Galway give their survival hopes a shot in the arm with late winner

Shane Keegan’s side edged past Derry out west tonight.

Two sent off as 4-star Bohs push Drogheda closer to the drop

A Keith Ward hat-trick helped Bohemians earn a convincing victory tonight.

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Shamrock Rovers receive €180,000 support from FAI for new academy

The Football Association of Ireland has approved funding for the initiative.

# loi - Thursday 14 September, 2017

'That feeling and desire had left me through injuries and the different setbacks I had in England'

After feeling disillusioned abroad, Ronan Murray is enjoying his football again with Galway.

'I’d be walking past Henry and Vieira, players I grew up idolising. It was unbelievable for a 15-year-old'

Shane Tracy grew up dreaming of Arsenal and the Premier League. After a career plagued by injury, he found stardom much closer to home.

Galway United hitman picks up Player of the Month after a free-scoring August

Ronan Murray notched three goals in the Premier Division and three more in the FAI Cup.

'Patrick has to work harder than other players at his fitness. He wasn’t born a natural athlete'

Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny is hoping his star man can put a run of games together for the business end of the season.

# loi - Wednesday 13 September, 2017

FAI launch investigation into Bray-Waterford match-fixing allegations

Further details surrounding the case have yet to be made clear.

# loi - Tuesday 12 September, 2017

Sean Maguire's Preston career continues to flourish as Alan Browne conjures remarkable goal Irish Eye This post contains videos

Sean Maguire's Preston career continues to flourish as Alan Browne conjures remarkable goal

The club were 3-0 winners over Championship leaders Cardiff City tonight.

'From some of the cells, they could see the Dalymount floodlights. It'd nearly break your heart'

League of Ireland club Bohemians has expanded its relationship with the nearby Mountyjoy Prison.

Cork City FC will be back in adidas kits for the 2018 season

Nearly two decades since their last partnership, the two parties have signed a three-year agreement.

# loi - Monday 11 September, 2017

There are some top drawer finishes on Soccer Republic's latest Goal of the Month list Pick It Out This post contains a poll This post contains videos

Holders Cork City handed Munster derby in the FAI Cup semi-final

Meanwhile, Dundalk will face Shamrock Rovers.

# loi - Saturday 9 September, 2017

Sheppard scores a brace as Cork City cruise past Longford Town

It was all too easy for Cork City as they booked their place in the semi-final of the FAI Cup.

# loi - Friday 8 September, 2017

Dylan Connolly's strike the pick of the bunch as Dundalk's FAI Cup pedigree continues

Stephen Kenny’s side breezed past local rivals Drogheda to seal a place in the final-four.

Limerick hit Galway on the double to reach FAI Cup semi-final

Goals from Rodrigo Tosi and Shane Duggan saw Limerick run out deserved winners.

'This is probably the biggest game in our history'

Bluebell United’s Shane Stritch chats to The42 ahead of their FAI Cup quarter-final against Shamrock Rovers tonight.

# loi - Thursday 7 September, 2017

'I was never going to come to a club like this and walk straight into the team'

After speculation in the past, Dundalk’s Sean Hoare still has ambitions of playing in England.

Two Athlone Town players handed 12-month bans for 'manipulating matches'

Igors Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan both face a year out of the game.

# loi - Wednesday 6 September, 2017

Do you agree with our SSE Airtricity League team of the month?

Seven different clubs are represented in the starting line-up as we reflect on who was in form in August.

# loi - Monday 4 September, 2017

Former Dundalk star Richie Towell makes League One debut

The Dublin-born midfielder recently joined Rotherham on loan from Brighton.

# loi - Sunday 3 September, 2017

'That was the beginning of the end at Cork City because the new owners were strange, strange people'

Having just turned 70, we catch up with one of the most unmistakable personalities in Irish football — Damien Richardson.

# loi - Saturday 2 September, 2017

Disappointing day for League of Ireland abroad as both clubs exit Scottish Challenge Cup

Bray Wanderers and Sligo Rovers made an early exit as Irish sides made their debut in the annual cup competition.

# loi - Friday 1 September, 2017

Cobh close the gap on leaders Waterford after last-gasp win over Roddy Collins' Athlone

The side from the south-east were held to a 1-1 draw by Shelbourne.

Galway supersub Padraic Cunningham scores just seconds after being introduced against Bohs

The teams played out a 1-1 draw but it’s not much use to the Tribesmen who remain four points from safety.

10-man Harps pick up big win on Shannonside as they catch Limerick to move out of drop zone

The guests had Killian Cantwell sent-off and boss Ollie Horgan sent to the stands but still managed to rack up a victory.

Six appeal for Dundalk as sorry Saints sink further into the relegation mire

Pat’s were reduced to 10 men after Ian Bermingham’s sending-off as Stephen Kenny’s side ran riot.

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Wait continues for City’s crowning moment as champions-elect fall to brilliant Hoops

Rovers inflicted a third Premier Division defeat of the season on City, who continue their wait to be crowned 2017 SSE Airtricity League champions.

5 winners and losers from the latest transfer window

It’s been a hectic summer with some Premier League teams getting on better than others.

‘It was a huge shock… I had been told I was getting a new contract’

Niall Maher on the heartbreak of having to leave Bolton after 14 years, and making a fresh start with Galway United.

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