What have we learned in the League of Ireland this week?

After last weeks FAI Cup’s exploits, we returned to league action this weekend and it didn’t disappoint. Only 2 sides failed to score across 8 games, while 26 goals where scored overall, including a stunning hat trick from Bohemians Keith Ward. Bohs scored 4 times against hapless Drogheda United as

Athlone Town angry and rejects the “outrageous findings made by the FAI”

Official Athlone Town Statement Athlone Town AFC rejects findings of FAI investigation. The Board of Management of Athlone Town AFC rejects the outrageous findings made by the FAI against two of the club's players. While the club is extremely disappointed, it is not surprised, by the decisions. Our position is that today's determinations fly

FAI have banned two Athlone Town players for one year following investigation

The FAI have released a statement with results from their investigation that they have been carrying out over the last few months following an UEFA Betting Fraud Detection System report. They have banned two players Igors Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan from all football related activities for 12 months. Full Statement below: The Football

What have we learned in the League of Ireland this week?

The FAI Cup took centre stage this weekend in the league of Ireland with 16 clubs all fighting it out for a place in the quarter finals. 25 goals were scored across 8 games that seen non-league Bluebell United knock out Cabinteely in Stradbrook. Defending champions Cork City practically walked

Wexford FC to be taken over by supporter-run co-operative

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Wexford FC have released a statement announcing that the club is to be taken over by a supporter-run co-operative. Details below. Statement in full: Wexford FC is delighted to announce the launch of the Wexford Supporters Trust (WST), a supporter-run co-operative which will soon take ownership of Wexford FC, a member of the