Why City Success Can Be A Good Thing For Irish Football

By Philip O’Rourke (@effect_phil)

It may seem strange to say that another club from another country could influence our league but let me explain how it could be a good thing. Continue reading “Why City Success Can Be A Good Thing For Irish Football”

New Derry signing Josh Kerr delighted with opening day win and a clean sheet

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Derry City got their league campaign off to the perfect start with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over promoted UCD, in front of a packed house at the Ryan McBride Stadium on Friday night. Continue reading “New Derry signing Josh Kerr delighted with opening day win and a clean sheet”

Dante rock-solid after opening scare

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Sligo Rovers came away from Oriel Park last night with a well deserved point, after a 1-1 draw with Champions Dundalk. A resolute display from Liam Buckley’s men help stop Vinny Perth’s side from starting off the season with a win in front of a full house, which also included Republic of Ireland Assistant Manager Terry Cooke. Continue reading “Dante rock-solid after opening scare”

Dundalk sign full-back on opening day

On the day that the 2019 SSE Airtricity League kicks off, last season’s double winners Dundalk added to their already impressive squad with the addition of former Northern Ireland Youth International Cameron Dummigan from Oldham Athletic on a long-term contract. Continue reading “Dundalk sign full-back on opening day”

European rivals Waterford and Rovers set for battle on opening night

Shamrock Rovers head South to take on fellow Europa League qualifiers Waterford at the RSC on the opening night of the 2019 season, a season that promises much for the Tallaght based side. Continue reading “European rivals Waterford and Rovers set for battle on opening night”

Interview: Bohemians Strength and Conditioning coach Graham Norton

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Strength and Conditioning is fast becoming a vital tool for football clubs the world over, as they look to take advantage over their rivals for glory. For clubs in the League of Ireland, it has taken a while for them to fully embrace the concept. Continue reading “Interview: Bohemians Strength and Conditioning coach Graham Norton”