Shelbourne manager Owen Heary certainly pulled no punches in his after-match interview on Shels TV, after they went down 4-0 to the students of UCD in Belfield last night.
In it, he labelled his side ‘absolutely disgraceful, no work-rate, no desire.’
Things will need to improve quickly for Heary’s side, as they play Cobh Ramblers next weekend.
Check out the full interview below;
Longford boss Alan Mathews
Longford Town will host Cobh Ramblers on Saturday night, weather permitting, at the City Calling Stadium as they look to grab three points in their home opener. After relegation last season, Manager Alan Mathews has assembled a squad which many believe is good enough to bounce back at the first attempt.
Continue reading “Longford after a home win”
Sligo Rovers boss Dave Robertson
Sligo Rovers head in Saturday night’s huge game against champions Dundalk with doubts over goalkeeper Michael Schlingermann, who picked up a ground injury following their 5-1 humiliation in Limerick. He will have a late fitness test prior to kick-off.
Continue reading “Robertson looks for focus from his players against Dundalk”
Saints boss Liam Buckley
St Patrick’s Athletic will hope to kick-start their season with a win over newly promoted Drogheda United at United Park tonight.
After a hugely disappointing opening day defeat to big-spenders Bray Wanderers, Liam Buckley and his charges will see tonight’s game as an opportunity to right the mistakes they made last week.
Continue reading “Pats looking for a win in Drogheda”
The big Dublin Derby, Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, takes centre-stage tonight with a 7.30 kick-off due to RTE’s live TV coverage of the game.
Rovers, off the back of a 2-1 defeat to champions Dundalk last Friday, come into the game fully prepared for a battle, but a battle they’re sure they can overcome.
Continue reading “Bohs looking to surprise Rovers in the Derby “
Galway United boss Shane Keegan was extremely dissapointed following his sides 1-0 defeat to Drogheda United in his first match as manager of the club. It doesn’t get any easier this weekend as the tribesmen head south to take on many people’s choice as Premier Division champions, Cork City.
Continue reading “Keegan looks forward to a ‘tasty game’ against Cork”
Anto Flood scoring on his debut. Photo Inpho Photography
Fresh off a victory over St Patrick’s Athletic on opening night, Harry Kenny’s side host Finn Harps at the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night.
Continue reading “‘The Truck’ a doubt for Bray”
Karl Sheppard could be in line to start against Galway United
Galway United are the visitors to Turners Cross this Friday night, as Cork look to make it two wins in a row to start their Premier Division campaign.
Continue reading “Injuries and suspension for Cork as they host Galway United”
Cobh Ramblers goalkeeper Paul Hunt
Cobh Ramblers will head to City Calling Stadium on Saturday night to take on one of the first divisions promotion candidates Longford Town.
Continue reading “Cobh team news ahead of tough Longford test”
Finn Harps boss Ollie Horgan
Finn Harps have some injury concerns ahead of their clash with Bray Wanderers on Friday night.
Striker Danny Morrissey is set to miss the game as he picked up a knee injury in their 1-0 defeat to Cork City in atrocious conditions last weekend.
Continue reading “Injury worries for Harps “