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#Supporting LOI

# supporting-loi - Monday 16 September, 2019

Wright and Lyons ensure Bohs account for Crumlin and set up semi-final clash with Rovers

Robbie Brady’s brothers were unable to crack the Bohs defence in Inchicore.

# supporting-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.

# supporting-loi - Friday 30 August, 2019

Frustrating start for Fenn as Sligo score four to win in Cork

A brace apiece from Ronan Coughlan and Romeo Parkes gave Sligo victory in Turner’s Cross.

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.

# supporting-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.

# supporting-loi - Friday 14 June, 2019

Kilduff double sends Shels clear at the top as Henderson leaves Cobh with a win

It was a big night for Shelbourne as Longford fall prey in Bray.

Cork and Sligo both left frustrated after Showgrounds draw

Ronan Coughlan cancelled out an opener from Graham Cummins, but both sides will feel they could have taken maximum points.

# supporting-loi - Monday 27 May, 2019

Cork pay the penalty against Bohs, Derry see off Harps in extra time in EA Sports Cup quarters

Dundalk and Waterford also made the final four with wins this evening.

# supporting-loi - Friday 15 March, 2019

Drinan double delivers Waterford win over Pat's

Chris Forrester was left frustrated at the RSC this evening.

# supporting-loi - Thursday 20 December, 2018

Stripe for the picking: Bray return to traditional kit for 2019

A welcome addition to the League of Ireland.

# supporting-loi - Saturday 6 October, 2018

Four mad minutes see Sligo seal Bray's relegation

Caolan McAleer and Michael Drennan struck either side of Jake Ellis as the hosts secured safety.

# supporting-loi - Friday 6 July, 2018

Harps end up happy as top three drop points in First Division

Leaders UCD were held by Shelbourne and Harps were the only team to make ground.

Honours even between Waterford and Bohs thanks to super Supple save and terrific Héry goal

Noel Hunt played 48 minutes on his return to Waterford.

Debut boy Roy gives Derry comeback win over Limerick

The Scotsman scored early in the second half and the hosts seen off a battling Limerick to secure all three points.

# supporting-loi - Friday 18 May, 2018

Waterford's unbeaten home run emphatically ended as Limerick hit six

Stanley Aborah’s early red card for a two-footed lunge gave the hosts an uphill struggle.

# supporting-loi - Wednesday 18 April, 2018

Shamrock Rovers re-sign Alan Mannus as his contract expires in Scotland

The Northern Ireland international will be 36 when he is eligible to play for the Hoops on 1 July.

# supporting-loi - Friday 13 April, 2018

Kelly hat-trick beats Harps and takes Students top of First Division

Meanwhile, Galway United managed to burn off Wexford with three goals inside seven second half minutes.

# supporting-loi - Friday 29 September, 2017

McDermott double seals Drogheda's drop as Candystripes close in on Europe

The Louth club are destined for division 1 with four games still to play in the season.

# supporting-loi - Monday 8 May, 2017

Doherty to thank as Derry take a point home from Galway

Barry McNamee came close to scoring for the Candystripes, but both sides were left frustrated in the sun.

# supporting-loi - Saturday 22 April, 2017

Own goal leaves new Sligo boss Lyttle frustrated

Derry City claimed a share of the spoils at the Showgrounds tonight.

# supporting-loi - Friday 4 November, 2016

Reasons to be cheerful about the League of Ireland despite the challenges

In his final column of the year, John O’Sullivan looks on the bright side.

# supporting-loi - Friday 23 September, 2016

Teams vs the silver screen: Is your League of Ireland ticket value for money?

Columnist John O’Sullivan assesses the arguments against splashing out €15 to see Irish football.

# supporting-loi - Friday 15 July, 2016

Missed penalties, red cards and four goals: the Dublin derby didn't disappoint tonight

Kurtis Byrne gave Bohs the lead in Tallaght but Shamrock Rovers hit back.

10-man Longford made to suffer in Derry

The visitors were fortunate to only concede four at the Brandywell.

Why do bitter League of Ireland rivals support each other in Europe?

And there are more than just coefficient points at stake says John O’Sullivan

# supporting-loi - Friday 8 July, 2016

Cherrie the hero as Bray frustrate Bohs on a night of missed chances

Ismahil Akinade will wonder how he didn’t find the net.

Finn Harps make it 3 wins in a row as they beat Galway

Sean Houston scored the only goal of the game.

Another 5 goals for Limerick as they crush Waterford

Another 5 goals for Limerick as they crush Waterford

The Blues are averaging nearly four goals per game.

# supporting-loi - Saturday 4 June, 2016

Drogs denied big top-of-the-table win as Mann rescues point for Limerick

The draw marks Limerick’s first dropped points of the season.

# supporting-loi - Friday 3 June, 2016

10-man Longford frustrate Bray at the Carlisle Grounds

James Mulhall picked up his second yellow card with over 30 minutes to play, but the visitors held on.

Airtricity League condemn Athlone Town's late withdrawal from First Division fixture

Hosts Waterford United confirmed the game would not go ahead just two hours before kick-off.

Modern football is noise and the FAI and League of Ireland need to capitalise on that

John O’Sullivan believes the league can benefit from the positive reaction to this week’s international at Turner’s Cross.

# supporting-loi - Tuesday 10 May, 2016

Houston rescues a share of the spoils for Finn Harps in north-west derby

Derry had to settle for a 2-2 draw at the Brandywell this evening.

McCabe brace beats Sligo Rovers as Hoops hop into third

An energetic Shamrock Rovers attack made it a comfortable win in Tallaght

Quigley sent off as Cork City claim another win over Bohs

Garry Buckley tapped in the only goal of the game to hand the Rebels all three points at Dalymount Park.

Two see red as Saints end Galway's unbeaten home record with comfortable win

Liam Buckley’s men picked up a 3-0 victory at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight.

Wexford Youths come out on top of six-goal six-pointer at the bottom

Town and Youths began the night level on six points, but there is valuable daylight below Wexford now.

Boyle bumps Dundalk to sixth straight league win

A first-half header was enough for the Lilywhites at Oriel Park, but the home faithful might well have expected to see more goals.

# supporting-loi - Saturday 2 April, 2016

Schlingermann saves penalty and a point for Sligo Rovers against City

The ‘keeper made amends for giving away the spot kick by thwarting Sean Maguire.

# supporting-loi - Friday 25 March, 2016

Significant sums of money at stake when Irish clubs opt to postpone a game

League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan takes an in-depth look at the delicate balancing act facing Cork City.

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