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#LOI

# loi - Friday 27 September, 2019

Burke and Greene on target as Shamrock Rovers beat Bohemians to book FAI Cup final spot

Bohemians had Danny Mandroiu sent off as Rovers booked their place in the FAI Cup final.

As it happened: Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers, FAI Cup semi-final

Follow every minute from a highly-anticipated Dublin Derby at Dalymount Park.

‘They said: We don’t think you’re ready... I knew I wasn’t going to be playing a lot of games’

Bohemians’ Keith Buckley on how patience with his development at underage level ultimately paid off.

# loi - Tuesday 24 September, 2019

FAI abandon controversial Pro Licence demand of Premier Division managers

The rule which brought John Gill and Vinny Perth together at Dundalk is now being changed and brought into line with the rest of Europe.

McGrath pays tribute to Perth as 'relentless' Dundalk set sights on history

With Premier Division and EA Sports Cup honours secured, the Lilywhites will make a move for the FAI Cup.

# loi - Monday 23 September, 2019

Watch: The stunning Michael Duffy strike that sealed Dundalk's fifth title in six years Worthy Winner This post contains videos

Watch: The stunning Michael Duffy strike that sealed Dundalk's fifth title in six years

Vinny Perth’s side beat Shamrock Rovers 3-2 at Oriel Park to affirm their status as the eminent team in Irish football.

Dundalk crowned SSE Airtricity League champions as Duffy screamer sees off Shamrock Rovers

The Lilywhites won a fifth title in six seasons with a win at home to their closest rivals tonight.

'They go and do other things, and they lose interest, and we lose players'

Limerick boss Tommy Barrett assesses a tough season on and off the pitch for the club.

How hiring an Olympic sprint coach helped goalkeeper Rogers find the form of his life

David Sneyd spent time with the Dundalk veteran as he prepares to celebrate turning 38 with his fifth league title — and a new contract.

# loi - Sunday 22 September, 2019

The Irishman who made his La Liga debut in front of 90,000 at the Camp Nou LOI Legends This post contains videos

The Irishman who made his La Liga debut in front of 90,000 at the Camp Nou

Liam Buckley on a remarkable career that encompassed stints in Canada, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland and Ireland.

# loi - Saturday 21 September, 2019

Teenager Kabia nets hat-trick as Shels lift First Division trophy after seven-goal win

The Reds lifted the First Division trophy at Tolka Park following a 7-0 victory over Limerick.

'Baby and mother are good. It was just a mad 24 hours': From the Rotunda to Tallaght Stadium

Stephen O’Donnell’s wife gave birth to their first child on Friday before he took charge of his first Dublin derby.

# loi - Friday 20 September, 2019

Cork closer to safety and Finn Harps leave with precious point after forgettable stalemate

Turner’s Cross hosted the clash, which ended 0-0.

Clarke and Mannus goalkeeping heroics sees Dublin derby end all square in Tallaght

A string of top saves from Brendan Clarke and Alan Mannus saw Friday’s derby end in a stalemate.

Injury-ravaged Bohemians battle to point at Derry as 14-year-old Evan Ferguson makes league debut

The Dubliners stayed resolute to retain an unbeaten record against Declan Devine’s side this season.

Dundalk edge closer to league glory as Kelly's first-half strike enough to down Waterford Golden Hour This post contains videos

Dundalk edge closer to league glory as Kelly's first-half strike enough to down Waterford

Job done for the Lilywhites, who are one win away from making it back-to-back titles.

Ten-man Sligo all but condemn UCD to relegation from Premier Division

Ronan Murray was sent off early in the first half, but it made little difference to the Bit O’Red.

# loi - Thursday 19 September, 2019

'The club told me in front of a dressing room of players that they don't have to do anything for me'

Sean Russell on a difficult few months that has left him having to launch a fundraising campaign for his rehabilitation.

# loi - Tuesday 17 September, 2019

Dundalk to ban four fans from Oriel Park for behaviour after EA Sports Cup final

A statement said ‘this small number of troublemakers let the club down.’

# loi - Monday 16 September, 2019

Tributes paid as former Dundalk and Finn Harps player dies at 48 RIP

Tributes paid as former Dundalk and Finn Harps player dies at 48

Noel Melvin also lined out for Monaghan in 11 seasons in the League of Ireland.

# loi - Saturday 14 September, 2019

Dundalk seal first leg of treble as they edge thrilling EA Sports Cup final on penalties

The Premier Division leaders twice trailed hosts Derry but won 6-5 on penalties.

Could Jack Byrne become Ireland's next divisive creative player?

The Shamrock Rovers star impressed in a friendly against Bulgaria on Tuesday.

# loi - Friday 13 September, 2019

Holland picks perfect time for stunning first Waterford goal as Blues shock Bohs at Dalymount Safety Measure This post contains videos

Holland picks perfect time for stunning first Waterford goal as Blues shock Bohs at Dalymount

One step closer to Premier Division safety for Waterford.

Three Sligo goals in eight first-half minutes dent Finn Harps' hopes amid relegation danger

Liam Buckley’s Bit O’Red were 3-1 winners at The Showgrounds.

O'Donnell's first game in charge at Richmond Park ends all square between Pat's and UCD

The former Dundalk skipper’s side had the better chances tonight.

# loi - Thursday 12 September, 2019

'I’ve learned a lot in the last 18 months' - Ex-Liverpool youngster Cleary earns Player-of-the-Month award

The Dundalk defender has produced some impressive performances of late.

Potential Dublin derby in store as FAI Cup semi-final draw made

Meanwhile, Dundalk will play Sligo Rovers in the other tie.

# loi - Wednesday 11 September, 2019

'There was loads of tears. You hear the crowd and think: Jesus Christ, I'm actually in this situation'

Jack Byrne reflects on making his first senior international appearance for Ireland last night.

# loi - Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Mick McCarthy: 'Jack Byrne lit the place up, to be fair'

The Rovers midfielder made his senior international debut in tonight’s 3-1 win over Bulgaria.

'I never really had off-the-field issues. It was more boredom' Interview This post contains videos

'I never really had off-the-field issues. It was more boredom'

Jack Byrne on the highs and lows of his career so far ahead of a potential Ireland debut against Bulgaria.

# loi - Monday 9 September, 2019

'A strong foundation for success': Cobh Ramblers appoint Ashton as new boss until 2021

A vastly experienced coach in Cork, Stuart Ashton will take over as first team head coach at St Colman’s Park.

# loi - Friday 6 September, 2019

Markey and McCabe help St Pat's come from behind to deliver first win of O'Donnell reign

The Saints came from behind to snatch all three points in Ballbofey on Friday night.

Dundalk three wins from title after late Kelly header sees off Cork City

The Lilywhites went 10 points clear with a 1-0 win at Oriel Park.

Grace's 93rd minute header sees Shamrock Rovers book FAI Cup semi-final spot

Lee Grace’s late goal saw Shamrock Rovers overcome Galway United in the quarter-finals.

'Tim is the best young manager in the league': Clancy and Doherty agree new Drogheda deals

Tim Clancy and Kevin Doherty have both signed new two-year contracts with Drogheda.

FAI should send message by refusing to enter into sponsorship deals with gambling companies

The League of Ireland needs protection in battle to maintain game’s integrity, writes John O’Sullivan.

# loi - Tuesday 3 September, 2019

'It's a very proud bit of nostalgia for me, looking back at putting on that Irish jersey'

Former Republic of Ireland U21 international Derek Coughlan is our latest guest on The Football Family.

# loi - Monday 2 September, 2019

Cork City's struggles continue as Waterford snatch win with two late goals LOI

Cork City's struggles continue as Waterford snatch win with two late goals

Maxim Kouogun hit the equaliser in the 82nd minute before Walter Figueira struck the injury-time winner.

Massey and Boyle on target as Dundalk go seven points clear at top of the table

Vinny Perth’s side got the better of Sligo Rovers at The Showgrounds.

# loi - Sunday 1 September, 2019

'If you were from Ballymun, you could be turned away from an interview, let alone a job' Origin Story This post contains videos

'If you were from Ballymun, you could be turned away from an interview, let alone a job'

Bohs legend Tony O’Connor looks back on his League of Ireland career.