Football set to return to Limerick as Treaty United apply for a licence

After a year away Limerick football fans can see a chink of light

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After a final night of huge drama in the Premier Division, where Sligo Rovers finished fourth, Finn Harps survived and Shelbourne face a relegation playoff, news filtered through that something major was happening in Limerick soccer circles. Continue reading “Football set to return to Limerick as Treaty United apply for a licence”

The push for Europe starts now for St Pats

St Patrick’s Athletic head to Ballybofey to take on Finn Harps in the League of Ireland

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After a break of almost a month, due to a positive COVID-19 case at the club, St Patrick’s Athletic face into four games in ten days, starting with a trip to Ballybofey on Tuesday evening to take on Finn Harps. Continue reading “The push for Europe starts now for St Pats”

League starting again

Once again we are back to the age old problem of the League of Ireland. Each club looks out only for itself. There is no interest in the group or what is best for the LOI. This selfishness is how John Delaney prospered. He was able to play on this individuality. Continue reading “League starting again”

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”

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”

Book Review: Recovering by Richie Sadlier

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Former Millwall and Republic of Ireland striker has penned his autobiography, with the assistance of journalist Dion Fanning.

While most footballing autobiographies are uninteresting, Recovering is an open and extremely honest portrayal of his life to date. Continue reading “Book Review: Recovering by Richie Sadlier”