Things are hotting up in the Greatestleagueintheworld

New signings, departures and more over the holiday season

By Gerard Mulreaney

It’s been an extremely busy 48 hours in Irish football, as we said good riddance to 2020 and rang in what will hopefully be a much brighter 2021. Continue reading “Things are hotting up in the Greatestleagueintheworld”

2-year deal for talented defender John Mahon

20 year-old to stay at the Showgrounds until the end of the 2022 season

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

With the season quickly coming to a conclusion Sligo Rovers are turning their attention to next season with the news that defender John Mahon has put pen to paper on a new 2-year contract. Continue reading “2-year deal for talented defender John Mahon”

Former kit man unveiled as new CEO of Sligo Rovers

While today marks the start of the mid-season break in the League of Ireland, for the players at least, the clubs are busy behind the scenes signing players and changing structures. Continue reading “Former kit man unveiled as new CEO of Sligo Rovers”

Monday bonus for fans of the GreatestLeagueInTheWorld

It’s a Bank Holiday bonus on Monday, with four games set to take place in the Premier Division. All four games are intriguing in their own way. Dundalk look to keep pressure on leaders Shamrock Rovers by beating UCD, ahead of the big Dublin Derby clash with Bohemians on Tuesday night, Cork City hoping to halt their recent slide with a home game against Sligo Rovers, Finn Harps trying to kick-start their season against St Pats, while Derry make the lengthy trip to Waterford as their push for Europe gathers pace. Continue reading “Monday bonus for fans of the GreatestLeagueInTheWorld”

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”