Friday night’s action saw lots of goals, pitch inspection drama, a Dublin Derby, a floodlight failure (again!) and plenty of controversy.
It all started with pitch inspections all over the country in the afternoon, as Mother Nature just wouldn’t play ball! Two games were under severe threat, in Turners Cross and in the big one at Tallaght Stadium. Continue reading “Premier Division Round-Up”
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”
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”