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# loi - Saturday 31 August, 2019

Stephen O'Donnell lands first management job with St Pat's

The former Dundalk skipper has been given a two-year contract in Inchicore.

# loi - Friday 30 August, 2019

Shelbourne one win away from promotion to top flight

The Dublin club could secure the league title if they beat second-place Drogheda away in their next fixture on 13 September.

Derry held by Waterford in entertaining draw LOI

Derry held by Waterford in entertaining draw

Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe gave the visitors the lead, but Michael O’Connor’s first-half equaliser ensured a share of the spoils.

Heavy rain forces two of tonight's League of Ireland games to be postponed

Finn Harps and St Pat’s will now take place next Friday, 6 September.

'We've made absolutely massive progress... It's a credit to all the supporters that have put in the voluntary hours'

Captain Derek Pender on the progress made both on and off the pitch at Bohemians.

# loi - Thursday 29 August, 2019

Two delays as schedule confirmed for FAI Cup quarter-finals

Dundalk’s trip to Waterford has been delayed because of the hosts’ involvement in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafers Challenge Cup

# loi - Tuesday 27 August, 2019

Cummins and Burke on target as Hoops grind out win to close gap on leaders Dundalk

Waterford produced a strong performance at Tallaght Stadium despite finishing the game with 10 men.

Former interim Cork City boss Cotter leaves club one day after Fenn appointment

The club stalwart previously took over from John Caulfield.

20-year-old Wexford defender joins Premier League side Leicester

Darragh O’Connor has linked up with the Foxes’ U23 side.

'If we're going to go down that route of disrespecting the FAI Cup... I'm concerned about that'

Dundalk boss Vinny Perth hopes his side’s quarter-final tie with Waterford will be played ‘at the right time’.

'We have a three-year plan to get back up to the top'

Former Cork City attacker Neale Fenn has been tasked with arresting the club’s dramatic decline.

# loi - Monday 26 August, 2019

Michael Duffy stars as Dundalk stroll to UCD win

The attacker scored twice as the champions restored their seven-point lead at the top of the league.

'I read Twitter, I’m not oblivious' - Cork gig too enticing for Fenn to resist

The 42-year-old has left Longford Town to take over as first-team head coach with the Leesiders.

Fenn returns to Cork City to take over as head coach on 'multi-year agreement'

The former City striker left Longford Town last week.

# loi - Saturday 24 August, 2019

Eight goals and four red cards as Sligo rally from two down to knock out Limerick

Jason Hughes was among the men sent off after an apparent altercation with a steward.

Neale Fenn officially resigns from Longford Town as Cork City speculation continues

Longford will be led by Dáire Doyle as interim manager for the remainder of the campaign.

Harry Kenny resigns as St Patrick's Athletic manager following FAI Cup exit

The 57-year-old has left his position as manager following last night’s FAI Cup exit to UCD.

# loi - Friday 23 August, 2019

Ex-Derry striker Kelly comes off bench to fire Dundalk through in Brandywell thriller

For the third time in four seasons, Dundalk have ended Derry City’s participation in the cup.

Talbot the hero as Bohs beat Longford on penalties to reach FAI Cup quarters LOI

Talbot the hero as Bohs beat Longford on penalties to reach FAI Cup quarters

A bad week got worse for the visitors following the departure of manager Neale Fenn.

Four second-half goals see Rovers past Drogheda in Tallaght

Drogs held their own until the interval, but the hosts powered on during the second 45.

Perfect start for new boss Tarnogrodzki, as UCD dump out Pat's

Yoyo Mahdy and Liam Kerrigan got the goals for the Students.

Fenn watches on as First-Division Galway send Cork City packing

The former City striker is expected to take the reins from current boss John Cotter next week.

Shamrock Rovers sign 13-cap Northern Irish international Lafferty after release by Sheffield United

The former Celtic and Burnley defender played in the League of Ireland for Derry City between 2010 and 2012.

# loi - Thursday 22 August, 2019

Neale Fenn leaves Longford amid Cork City speculation

The former Tottenham youngster has been heavily linked with the top job at Turner’s Cross.

# loi - Wednesday 21 August, 2019

U19s coach confirmed as new UCD boss

Maciej Tarnogrodzki will succeed Collie O’Neill who stepped down after a 10-1 defeat.

# loi - Tuesday 20 August, 2019

'Very untrue and disrespectful': Carr hits back at Rovers boss Bradley

Bradley had accused the striker of thinking he ‘was a little bit bigger than the club’ before his Tallaght exit.

# loi - Monday 19 August, 2019

Hoban hits hat-trick after just 14 minutes as Dundalk ease past Bohs to reach final

It was all too easy for the Lilywhites in the EA Sports Cup tonight.

Jack Byrne impresses again with two long-range goals as Rovers hammer Waterford Hoops This post contains videos

Jack Byrne impresses again with two long-range goals as Rovers hammer Waterford

Stephen Bradley’s men delivered a comprehensive win on Monday at the RSC.

UCD manager departs following 10-1 thrashing by Bohs

Collie O’Neill and the Students have parted ways.

Shamrock Rovers striker moves to Europa League conquerors Apollon Limassol

Daniel Carr’s new club will face PSV Eindhoven in the Europa League play-offs on Thursday.

# loi - Sunday 18 August, 2019

'My second oldest brother was a Rovers fanatic... All I could see were the tears running down his face' Local Hero This post contains videos

'My second oldest brother was a Rovers fanatic... All I could see were the tears running down his face'

John Coady on fulfilling a boyhood dream and a difficult period at Chelsea.

# loi - Saturday 17 August, 2019

McKey's 88th-minute equaliser sees champions Wexford lose further ground on top spot

A dramatic Lynsey McKey equaliser earned Galway a late point at Ferrycarrig Park against Wexford Youths.

# loi - Friday 16 August, 2019

Lyons hat-trick sees Drogheda chase top spot while Douglas header snatches Bray a point

Drogheda United closed the gap on Shelbourne to two points with a 6-0 hammering of Wexford.

Free-scoring Dundalk smash five past Finn Harps to bounce back from Europa League exit

The defending champions put their European exit to Slovan Bratislava behind them with a comprehensive win.

McEneff haunts Derry again as Rovers earn big away victory LOI

McEneff haunts Derry again as Rovers earn big away victory

Stephen Bradley’s side were 2-0 winners at the Brandywell tonight.

McCarthy and O'Sullivan seal important three points for Cork City at the RSC

A JJ Lunney goal late on gave Waterford hope but John Cotter’s men held on for a 2-1 win on Friday.

Bohs put 10 past sorry UCD to record their biggest league win

Andre Wright scored four during a goal-fest at Dalymount Park on Friday night.

Webster the hero with 84th-minute winner as Saints come from behind against Sligo

Harry Kenny’s men fought back after the break at Richmond Park to secure an important three points.

The Irish team aiming to end their two-year wait for a league win

Kilkenny United chairman Shane Murray is optimistic about the club’s future in spite of a disappointing season.