Nigerian striker heading to Sligo

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Sligo Rovers, who have a reputation for thinking outside the box when it comes to their transfer business, hope to have pulled another rabbit out of the hat with their latest signing, Nigerian striker Brendan Ogbu. The signing is subject to a work permit and international clearance. Continue reading “Nigerian striker heading to Sligo”

Sligo Rovers legend bids farewell

Sligo Rovers legend Raffaele Cretaro has today penned a statement which was released by the Bit O’ Red where it was confirmed that he has played his final game the club following 531 appearances, a club record, and scoring 86 goals. Continue reading “Sligo Rovers legend bids farewell”

Comerford the latest arrival at Turners Cross

Garry Comerford Cork City FC

Cork City are continuing their trend of getting their recruitment done early, as they announced another new signing to compliment the arrival of defender Dan Casey yesterday, with the news that midfielder Garry Comerford joins the club from Waterford.  Continue reading “Comerford the latest arrival at Turners Cross”

Superb Shields the star as Dundalk close in on the title

Chris Shields Dundalk FC

By Gerard Mulreaney

Dundalk’s Chris Shields was the unanimous ‘Man of the Match’ in last night’s 1-0 win over Cork City in Turners Cross last night, and in his after-Match interview with RTE’s Tony O’Donoghue the no-nonsense midfielder used an Eamon Dunphy quote to sum up his goal. Continue reading “Superb Shields the star as Dundalk close in on the title”

Cork v Dundalk Preview

Turners Cross Cork

By Gerard Mulreaney

The clash of Cork City and Dundalk would normally whet the appetite of most League of Ireland supporters, however last weekend’s 4-2 victory by Bohemians over Cork has taken some of the gloss off Friday night’s fixture at Turners Cross. Continue reading “Cork v Dundalk Preview”