Conor Davis story could have so easily been the same as so many promising Irish talents trying to find their way in the English game, struggling for game time, affection and any real sense of belonging in a footballing world dominated by big money signings and cut-throat ruthlessness at underage
Derry City secured their first trophy in six years and their 11th EA SPORTS Cup after a fantastic 3-1 win against SSE Airtricity League First Division side Cobh Ramblers.
In front of a packed Brandywell Stadium, goals from Ronan Hale, Darren Cole and Aaron McEneff proved to be enough to cancel out
Collie O’Neill’s and subsequently UCD AFC’s rise in recent seasons has been a real success story not only for the “Students” but for followers of the First Division. Qualifying for Europe via the UEFA fair play league in 2015, UCD were given little to no chance of even achieving respectability
Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Champions Cork City will have their quarter-final trip to Longford Town televised on RTE2.
The quarter-final tie at the City Calling Stadium will be played on Friday, September 7 with kick-off at 7.30pm as the Leesiders look to continue their defence of the FAI Cup.
I’ve had the Radiohead song ‘’No Surprises’’ [from the ‘’OK Computer’’ album] going around and around in my head all weekend. It came to mind when I saw the results from Round 2 of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup. No prizes for guessing why I thought of ‘’No Surprises’’.
Before a ball was kicked this season, there was a lot more questions than answers. Some of the questions asked: Was the contracts been offered by Bray Wanderers sustainable? Is the new 10-team league a good idea? Was the fixture pile up in the first half of the season, needed?
UCD are delighted to announce the signing of Conor Davis from Reading FC.
Conor joins the club having spent the last four years with Reading FC, and is also a former Irish under age international.
A skilful front man, with excellent hold up play, Conor looks like he will give Collie O'Neill
Debut delight as Moore bangs in a hat-trick to put 10-man Longford Town to the sword in a 6-1 rout.
With so much on the line, a cagey opening was understandable but it was the away that settled quickest and looked the more threatening.
Jamie Doyle, who looked like a man utterly
The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that a new stadium in Drogheda, to be built in conjunction with Louth County Council’s plans for a Municipal Playing Pitches at North Drogheda, has been agreed with the Local Authority.
The new stadium will be an initial 3,000 seater complex with scope of
The Board of the Football Association of Ireland has agreed to the creation of a proposed fund worth €300,000 (split equally between the FAI and the PFAI) to assist SSE Airtricity League clubs who are experiencing difficulty in meeting contractual obligations to professional players.
The FAI have initiated this fund and