Shamrock Rovers announce new deals for Gary Shaw, Graham Burke, Brandon Miele and Tomer Chencinski

Shamrock Rovers have announced new deals for Gary Shaw, Graham Burke, Brandon Miele and Tomer Chencinski for the 2018 season. Speaking to the official Rovers website, manager Stephen Bradley had the below to say on the signings. “Gary [Shaw] is a big player for us and he obviously showed that this year.

Waterford announce signing of Ismahil Akinade & Bastien Héry

Waterford FC is delighted to announce the signings of Limerick FC midfielder Bastien Héry and Bohemians striker Ismahil Akinade ahead of the 2018 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division campaign. The signings of Héry and Akinade bring the total number of players now signed to Alan Reynolds’ squad to twelve. Former French

Stephen Elliott leaves Drogheda United to sign for Morpeth Town

Former Ireland International Stephen Elliott has left Drogheda United and joined English side Morpeth Town. Morpeth Town play in the EBAC Northern League D1 and are currently top of the division. Ken Beattie (chairman) was delighted with the capture of Elliott. “It’s a big boost to the club,” said Beattie speaking to

Sligo Rovers capture the signing of David Cawley from Galway United

Sligo Rovers can today confirm the signing of midfielder David Cawley, the second new addition to the Bit o’ Red squad for 2018. Cawley enjoyed four seasons with Rovers previously during the club’s most successful era, winning three trophies. He returns to the club today after some impressive performances for Galway United. Michael

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— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 15, 2017

The wheels come off the O’Neill bus as Ireland exit through play offs

Christian Eriksen masterclass compounded a disastrous evening for the boys in Green with a hat-trick of the highest quality to book Denmark a place at next years World Cup. Heartbreak, devastation, a slaughter and massacre are words that will no doubt do the rounds throughout the media as, in yet another