# Longford Town

Last year
# Pastures new
Longford boss departs due to 'personal circumstances'
Gary Cronin guided the club to the playoffs during his sole season in charge.
# Upset
Former Bohs youngster grabs brace as Longford stun title-chasing Galway
Two second-half goals from Cristian Magerusan saw the hosts prevail.
All time
# Gary's At The Wheel
Former Longford Town player returns as manager for 2022 season
Gary Cronin takes over following the departure of Daire Doyle last month.
# Harps Are Staying Up
Finn Harps stay up in style with 5-0 win over Longford
Harps dominated from the first whistle in Ballybofey.
# All Square
Dean Williams penalty sees Longford hold Waterford to 1-1 draw
Waterford are now level on points with Finn Harps but stay in ninth due to an inferior goal difference.
# Relief
Dundalk ensure survival after turbulent season
Second-half goals from Patrick Hoban and Sean Murray saw them overcome Longford.
# Saints and Winners
Matt's Entertainment! Smith hat-trick helps Pat's ease to victory over Longford
Pat’s cemented their grip on second place with a 4-1 win at Bishopsgate.
Longford hold off Dundalk to register first league win in 26 games
Aaron O’Driscoll’s first-half goal was enough to take the three points.
# Woe
Longford's 23-game winless run continues as Finn Harps move up to 8th
Town are 14 points adrift at the bottom of the table.
Derry move up to sixth with 2-0 win at Longford
Town are still rooted to the bottom of the table, nine points behind Finn Harps.
# Teenage Kicks
Bohemians held to draw by Longford as 16-year-old Mullins marks first start with goal
Keith Long’s side had to come from behind at Dalymount Park.
# point apiece
Longford still searching for second win of season as Drogheda go level with Bohs
A Dane Massey own goal helped Daire Doyle’s men pick up a draw.
# Under Pressure
Waterford boost survival hopes with win in relegation 'six-pointer'
Goals in each half from John Martin and Eric Molloy helped their side prevail in Longford.
# Boost
Sligo win to move two points behind league leaders
They earned a comfortable 2-0 victory over Longford Town at The Showgrounds.
# Leaders
Stunning Chris Forrester goal the highlight as Pat's consolidate top spot
Stephen O’Donnell’s side proved too good for Longford.
# top drogs
Drogheda move up to fourth with 4-0 win at Longford Town
The Louth side ran out comfortable winners against at Bishopsgate.
# Addition
Longford Town strengthen for top-flight return with loan signing of Bolger from Cardiff City
‘We look forward to him showing everyone what he is capable of this season,’ manager Daire Doyle said.
# long read
'Mick McCarthy drove me to the ground to sign the contract. It was surreal sitting in his Mercedes'
Ex-Ireland and Milwall midfielder Dave Savage revisits his career in football, which included five senior international caps — all earned in the summer of 1996.
# Wrap
Longford and Cabinteely win on the road in First Division
There was also a big home win for a new-look UCD team.
# First division
Shamrock Rovers II lose league opener to Longford and Drogheda claim away win over Cobh
2-0 victories for Longford Town and Drogheda United tonight in First Division of the League Of Ireland.
# Nostalgia
Memories of facing Cole and Carrick for one of the League of Ireland's newest managers
Daire Doyle is the guest on Ep. 14 of The Football Family.
# Town call
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.
# standouts
5 Longford players feature on PFAI First Division Team of the Year
Meanwhile, there are two representatives from both Shelbourne and Drogheda.
# Bond
'He's helped me through the toughest times. I don't think he even realises how much he means to me'
Cabinteely’s Kieran ‘Marty’ Waters on the influence of Pat Devlin among others
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.
# Changes
Neale Fenn leaves Longford amid Cork City speculation
The former Tottenham youngster has been heavily linked with the top job at Turner’s Cross.
# Wrap
Shelbourne close in on Premier Division return
Elsehwere, Bray Wanderers defeated Athlone Town and the Munster derby was a seven-goal thriller.
# Review
Shelbourne maintain promotion push with win over Athlone
In Ferrycarrig Park, bottom-of-the-table Wexford picked up just their eighth point of the season.
# First Division Wrap
Cabinteely move four clear of Shels with priceless derby win as Longford stay top in Louth
Kieran Marty Waters kept Cabo hot on Longford’s heels with an early winner in their Dublin derby.
# Round-Up
Shelbourne pile misery on 9-man Galway United to close gap on leaders
Cabinteely remain at the top of the table after playing out a draw with Bray Wanderers.
# Roundup
Dylan McGlade the hat-trick hero for Bray while in-form Cabiniteely stay top of the table
It was a busy night of action in the SSE Airtricity League First Division on Friday.
# recognition
UCD and Shelbourne strongly represented in PFAI First Division Team of the Year
Georgie Kelly, Gary O’Neill and Dylan McGlade have been nominated for Player of the Year.
# Seventh Heaven
Cup holders Cork safely through after hitting Longford for 7
Kieran Sadlier hit a hat-trick for John Caulfield’s side.
# misfortune
'Most people wouldn't know that I've broken both my legs and both my ankles'
“Two years ago, I was thinking about quitting football… It’s my family that kept me going,” says Longford’s Dylan McGlade.
# taking liberties
'Sometimes you can feel sorry for yourself but there's no point - I was the lucky one'
Tony Cousins on Chelsea in the 1980s, those infamous Liverpool Christmas parties and a legendary League of Ireland career.
# Review
Last-gasp goal sees Longford stun Shamrock Rovers
Meanwhile, Shelbourne thrashed Drogheda in tonight’s other cup tie.
# Magic of the Cup
Cork City run riot and put a magnificent seven past Roddy Collins' hapless Athlone Town
Elsewhere, there was a huge shock as Bluebell United knocked out Pat Devlin’s First Division side Cabinteely.
# uptown
Bit 'O Red face: Sligo Rovers dumped out of the FAI Cup by Longford after extra-time thriller
Elsewhere, Crumlin’s Bangor Celtic pulled off a superb comeback against Cork side Everton.
# Fenny
Longford Town snap up Neale Fenn as their new manager
Fenn targets Premier Division return as he takes over at City Calling Stadium.
# Review
UCD close the gap on leaders Waterford after 5-goal thriller
Two goals from Jason McLelland initially put the Students in command.