Donegal U17 women set to kickstart their season

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After last weeks postponement the Donegal Women’s League will finally kick off their U17 league campaign this weekend with a long trip to the capital on Sunday to face Shamrock Rovers. Continue reading “Donegal U17 women set to kickstart their season”

Carlow/Kilkenny U17 Women set to make history this weekend

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

History will be made on Sunday when Carlow/Kilkenny take to the pitch for the first time as they take on DLR Waves in their Women’s National U17 League clash at Marley Park. It follows the successful transition of their U15 and U17 boys teams in the SSE Airtricity League. Continue reading “Carlow/Kilkenny U17 Women set to make history this weekend”

New striker Nilsen confident of Derry success

By Gerard Mulreaney

 

New Derry City striker Tim Nilsen said that the Candystripeswill only get better as the season progresses, following their 1-0 defeat to champions Dundalk on Friday night.  Continue reading “New striker Nilsen confident of Derry success”

Mustaki relishing new opportunity in England with Charlton Athletic

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Anyone who watched the 2017 Women’s FAI Cup Final between Cork City and UCD Waves at the Aviva Stadium would have seen a quality performance by Waves midfielder Chloe Mustaki. Continue reading “Mustaki relishing new opportunity in England with Charlton Athletic”

New signing Place proud of who he’s become after coming through foster care

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Galway United manager Alan Murphy recently secured the signing of striker Michael (Mikey) Place after chasing him for over two years.

Place 21, from Dunmore knows all about the club, having gone to support the team in Eamonn Deacy Park in his younger days. Continue reading “New signing Place proud of who he’s become after coming through foster care”

Day of Judgement

By Dermot Keely (@keelysbar)

The day of judgement finally arrived. This day should be forever remembered as the FAI’s Black Friday. We finally got to see the 2018 accounts and the reconstituted accounts for 2016 and 2017. What an absolute horror story. Continue reading “Day of Judgement”

And that’s a Wrap

By Dermot Keely (@keelysbar)

Well the end of the season has come…..I think the League of Ireland teams can be proud of themselves. Attendances are up, the football has improved, and if you take out the antics of the FAI I’d say the product has definitely  improved. Continue reading “And that’s a Wrap”