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#League of Ireland

# league-of-ireland - Today’s News

Henrik Larsson's son on target as St Pat's Europa League dream ends

Norrkoping beat the Dublin side 4-1 on aggregate.

Heartbreak for Cork City in Luxembourg, as they miss out on clash with Steven Gerrard's Rangers

Trailing 2-0 from the first leg, John Cotter’s side brought the tie level on aggregate, before conceding.

Bohemians blame 'IT issues' after fielding ineligible player LOI

Bohemians blame 'IT issues' after fielding ineligible player

Danny Mandroiu played in the defeat by UCD, but should have served a suspension for the game.

'I believe we can cause an upset, a lot of the lads do. We gave them too much respect last time'

St Pat’s captain Ian Bermingham is expecting a reaction from his players as they go to IFK Norrköping chasing a 2-0 deficit.

# league-of-ireland - Yesterday’s News

'I've been to Ibrox as a Celtic supporter but to play there would be unbelievable'

Cork City need to defy a two-goal deficit in Luxembourg to secure a Europa League clash with Rangers.

Dundalk advance on penalties after nerve-wracking Champions League qualifier Report This post contains videos

Dundalk advance on penalties after nerve-wracking Champions League qualifier

They will face Qarabag of Azerbaijan next.

As it happened: Riga v Dundalk, Champions League qualifier Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Riga v Dundalk, Champions League qualifier

Riga faced Dundalk, with a place in the second qualifying round up for grabs.

Ireland U17 captain signs first professional contract with Southampton

Seamus Keogh joined the Premier League side’s academy system last summer from Sligo Rovers.

Dundalk sweating over star man Duffy's arrival for today's Champions League showdown

The Lilywhites are due to face Riga FC at 5.30pm.

'You're the one getting the big money, you pass me by' - When a star-studded Liverpool met Dundalk Looking Back This post contains videos

'You're the one getting the big money, you pass me by' - When a star-studded Liverpool met Dundalk

Mick Fairclough remembers the time arguably the best team in Europe came to Oriel Park.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 16 July, 2019

Bohs captain and UCD goalkeeper banned for violent conduct

The pair are facing suspensions after last night’s Premier Division game.

The Irish teen aiming to be the next Wes Hoolahan Promise This post contains videos

The Irish teen aiming to be the next Wes Hoolahan

Brandon Kavanagh is currently part of the Boys in Green’s squad for the U19 Euros.

It kicked off at the end of last night's game between UCD and Bohemians Unsavoury Scenes This post contains videos

It kicked off at the end of last night's game between UCD and Bohemians

Players and coaching staff from both teams were involved in an incident after the final whistle.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 15 July, 2019

One in, one out as Waterford sign former Ireland U21 defender from Cork City

John Kavanagh joins while young midfielder John Martin, also with underage caps, leaves for Bray on loan.

'I'm conditioned in such a way to be suspicious of the FAI... But things have changed'

Noel Mooney was praised for improving the atmosphere at the association by Stephen McGuinness and others yesterday.

# league-of-ireland - Sunday 14 July, 2019

The Irish star who joined Premier League giants in their mid-90s peak LOI Legends This post contains videos

The Irish star who joined Premier League giants in their mid-90s peak

Jim Crawford reflects on his career at Newcastle, Shelbourne and his current role as Stephen Kenny’s number two.

Quinn: 'If governance proposals aren't followed I'd be afraid of where Irish football goes next'

The former Ireland international went on to say that constructive talks had been held between his consortium and League of Ireland clubs.

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 13 July, 2019

'We went to Derry in 2010 with 13 players and I was nearly one of them' Humans Of The Loi This post contains videos

'We went to Derry in 2010 with 13 players and I was nearly one of them'

Co-owner, former chairman and now kit manager, Mick Ring has been devoted to Cork City FC since his days in a buggy.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 12 July, 2019

Leaders Shelbourne left frustrated after dramatic finale at Tolka Park

Drogheda United and Longford Town will hope to close the gap to Shels when they meet tomorrow.

Setback for Derry City while UCD end dismal run of 10 consecutive away defeats

UCD picked up their first point on the road this season by earning a draw against the Candystripes.

Former Ireland U21 and Huddersfield Town defender joins Sligo Rovers

Danny Kane is back in the League of Ireland, having had a brief spell as a Cork City player last year.

'It'll be great to catch up' - Former Chelsea midfielder relishing chance to face his old club in Dublin Familiar Faces This post contains videos

'It'll be great to catch up' - Former Chelsea midfielder relishing chance to face his old club in Dublin

St Patrick’s Athletic’s Conor Clifford captained the Blues to the FA Youth Cup nine years ago.

Dundalk's returning star has no regrets over England move

After re-signing in the summer window, Andy Boyle has played twice already for the Lilywhites.

Cork City boss defends decision to let top scorer leave as goal drought continues

Last night’s 2-0 loss to Progres Niederkorn was City’s seventh consecutive European game without a goal.

'Some nights, it just doesn’t work for you'

Dundalk boss Vinny Perth admitted his side were not at their best against Riga on Wednesday.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 11 July, 2019

Disastrous start leaves Cork City with a mountain to climb in Luxembourg

The Leesiders suffered a 2-0 defeat to Progres Niederkorn in the first leg of their Europa League tie.

Lopes goes from villain to hero as Shamrock Rovers earn positive Europa League result in Norway

The defender conceded a penalty but redeemed himself with a last-gasp goal.

# league-of-ireland - Wednesday 10 July, 2019

Dundalk left frustrated by Latvian opponents in Champions League qualifier Report This post contains videos

Dundalk left frustrated by Latvian opponents in Champions League qualifier

Vinny Perth’s men could not break down a stubborn Riga FC side.

Cork City won't sacrifice home comforts for potential clash with Rangers

The Leesiders are set to begin their Europa League campaign against Progres Niederkorn of Luxembourg.

Remembering the greatest European run in the history of Irish football Looking Back This post contains videos

Remembering the greatest European run in the history of Irish football

Ahead of the Dundalk’s Champions League clash tonight, David McMillan reflects on their unforgettable 2016 campaign.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 9 July, 2019

Dundalk captain Gartland commits future to the Lilywhites

The news of the defender’s contract renewal comes ahead of Dundalk’s Champions League qualifier against Riga tomorrow night.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 8 July, 2019

Setback for Sligo Rovers as departure of promising youngster Keaney is confirmed

The versatile Republic of Ireland U19 international has accepted the offer of a scholarship from UCD.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 5 July, 2019

Cork City's search for a win continues as Bohemians extend unbeaten run

It was honours even as the Leesiders welcomed the Gypsies to a sunny Turner’s Cross this evening.

Waterford snap up former Man City youth midfielder and Ireland U21 international

Tom Holland and William Fitzgerald have both signed contracts to join the League of Ireland side.

Realistic self-help approach could see Lucid's dream become a reality for Irish football LOI

Realistic self-help approach could see Lucid's dream become a reality for Irish football

‘The League of Ireland has unique challenges and positives which need to be understood and embraced,’ writes John O’Sullivan.

'You'd see people around you doing very well. You're like: Why are they getting the rewards and I'm not?'

Eoghan Stokes on a frustrating end to his spell in Leeds, going on trial at Boavista, his dalliance with modelling and a new challenge at Derry.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 4 July, 2019

Heartbreak for Welsh students as Cork's City's Europa League opponents are confirmed

Cardiff Metropolitan University have missed out on a place in the first qualifying round on away goals.

'When things aren’t going well it's hard to stay positive. We’re fighting for our lives'

Finn Harps captain Keith Cowan on his side’s relegation scrap, staying positive amid poor results and playing into his mid thirties.

Comerford departs as veteran striker O'Sullivan returns to Cork City

Mark O’Sullivan is back at the club he parted company with in 2016 after winning the FAI Cup.

Cork City express disappointment over 'derogatory, inappropriate comments' on RTÉ podcast

The SSE Airtricity League club’s board are unhappy with a discussion about their current financial position.

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