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#LOI

# loi - Yesterday’s News

'He's on the same level as Jack Byrne' - Dundalk's new signing is one to watch out for

Veteran team-mate Michael Doyle hails playmaker’s talents but insists he must meet standards of League of Ireland champions.

'We believe he can become a real star' - Dundalk sign former Man City youngster

Creative midfielder Will Patching moves to the League of Ireland after a spell with Notts County.

# loi - Wednesday 20 November, 2019

Shelbourne announce signing of ex-Dundalk, Bohs and Waterford midfielder Poynton

The 22-year-old has plenty of experience in the League of Ireland given his age.

Derry City beat off competition to bring in striker Walter Figueira

The 24-year-old former Chelsea youth player spent the second half of last season with Waterford.

# loi - Tuesday 19 November, 2019

St Pat's add versatile Waterford defender Feely to their ranks

The 22-year-old returns to Richmond Park after being impressed by new manager Stephen O’Donnell.

Aaron Barry makes First Division switch following Cork City departure

The defender, who spent last season on loan at Bohemians, has committed to Bray Wanderers for 2020.

# loi - Friday 15 November, 2019

Drogheda re-sign former captain ahead of 2020 season

Derek Prendergast represented Drogs during the 2012 and 2013 seasons.

# loi - Wednesday 13 November, 2019

St Pat's confirm signing of ex-Dundalk star Benson

The 27-year-old will join the Saints for the 2020 season.

# loi - Tuesday 12 November, 2019

Cork City announce departure of striker Cummins

The 31-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Shamrock Rovers.

# loi - Monday 11 November, 2019

'There's no point in denying it now' - Benson confirms he's played his last game for Dundalk Time To Say Goodbye This post contains videos

'There's no point in denying it now' - Benson confirms he's played his last game for Dundalk

The star player enjoyed a decorated career at Oriel Park.

# loi - Sunday 10 November, 2019

Laying out the facts, figures and potential formats of the proposed All-Island League

The IFA appeared to shoot it down, but work is continuing on a potential cross-border football competition in Ireland.

# loi - Wednesday 6 November, 2019

Limerick finish bottom of First Division after 26-point deduction for entering examinership

The club’s off-field problems have seen them retrospectively finish a point behind previous basement club Wexford.

Major coup for Shelbourne as Sheppard joins ahead of top-flight return

The 28-year-old forward arrives at Tolka Park having recently left Cork City.

# loi - Tuesday 5 November, 2019

'I've just felt nothing but low' - Shamrock Rovers 'keeper addresses FAI Cup final anthem stance

Alan Mannus received criticism after not facing the Irish flag.

Ireland underage international goes on trial with Hibs

Michael O’Connor is currently on the books at Linfield.

# loi - Monday 4 November, 2019

Senior quintet set to leave amid Cork City shake-up

Conor McCormack, Colm Horgan, Garry Buckley, Karl Sheppard and Aaron Barry are all departing the Leesiders.

'Everyone is gutted in there. I'm lost for words'

Sean Hoare, Pat Hoban and Daniel Kelly give their reactions to Dundalk’s treble bid falling just short.

Vinny Perth laments absence of key duo, insists Dundalk are still better than Shamrock Rovers

Patrick McEleney and Chris Shields were unavailable on Sunday due to injury and suspension.

'I'd love for her to be here' - Stephen Bradley pays tribute to late mother after Shamrock Rovers' cup win

The Hoops manager helped his side win the trophy for the first time since 1987.

# loi - Sunday 3 November, 2019

Shamrock Rovers beat Dundalk on penalties to end 32-year wait for FAI Cup glory Report This post contains videos

Shamrock Rovers beat Dundalk on penalties to end 32-year wait for FAI Cup glory

Gary O’Neill slotted home the winning spot kick to send Hoops fans into ecstasy.

As it happened: Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers, FAI Cup final

Dundalk faced Shamrock Rovers in the climactic game of the League of Ireland season.

'I initially signed for €200 part-time, the best-paid player was on €500'

Brian Gartland has been a crucial part of Dundalk’s remarkable rise in recent seasons.

'We have a chance to be part of history... There is no point trying to hide from it' Interview This post contains videos

'We have a chance to be part of history... There is no point trying to hide from it'

Stephen Bradley has urged his Shamrock Rovers players to embrace the big occasion today.

# loi - Saturday 2 November, 2019

'There is potential to cement ourselves as one of the all-time great teams'

Vinny Perth’s Dundalk will complete a domestic treble if they beat Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup final on Sunday.

'When you’re going from a 9-0 win to facing Wexford, you have to question if that’s the right preparation'

Aine O’Gorman will be hoping to inspire Peamount to a win in this weekend’s FAI Cup final.

# loi - Friday 1 November, 2019

'I just keep going' - The 83-year-old who has spent a lifetime in Irish football

Tommy Harkin will be on the Finn Harps bench as they look to ensure their Premier Division survival tonight.

'Does winning this game define the season? I think that's fair to say'

Ronan Finn is hoping to lead Shamrock Rovers to a first FAI Cup triumph since 1987 on Sunday.

# loi - Thursday 31 October, 2019

'The work continues' - Lucid's group not giving up on all-island league despite IFA opposition

The Northern Ireland association won’t allow their clubs compete in a cross-border league, but the group behind it aren’t giving up hope.

All-Island league proposal dealt massive blow as IFA refuse to allow Irish league clubs to take part

A statement from the Association’s CEO says clubs are better-served remaining in Northern Ireland.

'Without him, there would be no Drogheda United today' - Club legend Hoey passes away RIP

'Without him, there would be no Drogheda United today' - Club legend Hoey passes away

Tributes have been made to the Drogs’ former chairman.

'You might meet friends for a drink... They'll say: Jeez, you were poor last week'

Shamrock Rovers’ Sean Kavanagh on banter with his mates and returning home from England.

# loi - Wednesday 30 October, 2019

'Players like him deserve to play in games like this'

Vinny Perth and Stephen Bradley both have their say on the Chris Shields’ FAI Cup final suspension.

Doyle secures Longford Town manager's role following Fenn's departure for Cork

The First Division club have put their faith in Daire Doyle, who had been in charge on an interim basis.

# loi - Sunday 27 October, 2019

'There's no hard-luck story with me. I wasn't good enough to play Premier League football' No Regrets This post contains videos

'There's no hard-luck story with me. I wasn't good enough to play Premier League football'

Ex-Ireland underage international Barry Ferguson looks back on his career with Coventry, Longford and others.

# loi - Saturday 26 October, 2019

'Honorary Cork man' Karl Sheppard calls time on City career after five years

The 28-year-old forward has brought the curtain down on a successful five-year stay at Turners Cross.

Grading the Premier Division performances as the League of Ireland season draws to a close

We reflect on each club’s highs and lows as another season ends.

# loi - Friday 25 October, 2019

Hat-trick hero McNally pushes Drogheda United a step closer to promotion

A place in the Premier Division for 2020 will be at stake when the Drogs face Finn Harps in a decisive play-off.

Derry secure Europa League spot as Junior claims Golden Boot

The Colchester United loanee took his league tally to 14 goals on a memorable night.

Fairytale ending for Bohs legend as Pender bids farewell by scoring the winner

The Gypsies ended a memorable season by beating Sligo Rovers.

Waterford sign off in style against UCD

Waterford jumped ahead of Sligo Rovers in the table with a 4-2 defeat of UCD.

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