Three League of Ireland players named in Noel King’s u21 squad

Republic of Ireland Under-21 Head Coach Noel King has named a 21-player squad for the upcoming matches against Iceland and Azerbaijan. The U21s face Iceland in a friendly match on Thursday, March 22, with kick-off at 19:30 before the UEFA U21 European Championship qualifier against Azerbaijan on Tuesday, March 27, with

A Raft of change: The man who shaped the current history of the league

Ahead of Dundalk FC’s first Premier Division match against Waterford FC since the turn of the millennium in Oriel Park this Friday night, it’s hard not to think back to their last league meeting and wonder what the last few years in the League of Ireland might have looked like

Cork City striker Graham Cummins has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for February

It is the first time Cummins has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity. Cummins kicked off his second spell at Turner’s Cross by netting in the President’s Cup win over Dundalk. He then scored, and was sent off, in the league

Gary Rogers joins the League of Ireland 500 club

Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers will join a unique list of League of Ireland greats on Friday night should he takes his place, as expected, between the sticks for his side’s match against Waterford FC.   The game at Oriel Park will be the 500th league appearance of the 36-year-old’s career.     That’s enough to move

The Scots singing their hearts out for ‘Captain McBride’

A Scottish folk band, with Derry connections have released a charity single dedicated to late Derry City Captain Ryan McBride. The trio from Glasgow, calling themselves the Clelanders, released the song titled ‘Captain McBride earlier this month, with all proceeds going to The Ryan McBride Foundation. The Ryan McBride

Champions Cork City looking to bounce back tonight after defeat to Dundalk

Cork City welcome Shamrock Rovers to Turner’s Cross on Monday night, as they look to bounce back quickly from Friday’s defeat to Dundalk. Friday’s defeat saw City drop points for the first time this season, having recorded three consecutive wins prior to that. City’s sole outing at Turner’s Cross up to