PFA Ireland manager of the year shortlist announced

The PFAI have announced the shortlist for the manager of the year in the League of Ireland for the 2017 season. The nominations are - John Caulfield (Cork City) Stephen Kenny (Dundalk) Keith Long (Bohemians) The nominees for PFA Ireland Manager of the Year 2017 are #PFAIrelandawards2017 pic.twitter.com/oaiXO95kHZ— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 15, 2017

Soccer Republic name their team of the year for 2017

Soccer Republic announced their team of the year for 2017 last night as Pat Morley, Brian Kerr and Stuey Byrne decided who made the cut. The team was made mostly of Cork City & Dundalk players while Shamrock Rovers & Bohemians each had a representative. Soccer Republic Team of the Season:  Mark McNulty

Vote now: LeagueofIreland.ie player of the year 2017

The 2017 League of Ireland season is coming to an end and we want to know who you think deserves to be the LeagueofIreland.ie Player of the season. There are seven worthy candidates up for this seasons award that represent four clubs in Cork City, Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers & Bohemians. Below

Bohemians sign Pender, Byrne and Kavanagh on new deals for 2018

Bohemians manager Keith Long has agreed new contracts with a further three players today. Skipper Derek Pender, Dan Byrne and Patrick Kavanagh have signed deals to remain at Dalymount Park for the 2018 season. It will be a seventh season at Bohs for right-back Pender, who was signed by Aaron Callaghan in

Cork City to crawl over the finishing line after Bohs draw

The title race rumbles on as Bohs and Cork played out a highly entertaining 0-0 draw. With a rumoured 1000 Cork fans travelling to a blustery Dalymount Park, John Caulfield’s troops hoped to end their 12 year wait for a league title but it wasn’t to be as an impressive Bohs

St Patrick’s Athletic in deep trouble now after defeat

The final Dublin Derby of the season was played in glorious conditions in Phibsboro, as Bohemian FC hosted relegation threatened St. Patricks Athletic, in what turned out to be one of the games of the season. A quite breathtaking opening 16 minutes saw Bohs race into a 2-1 lead. Firstly, the