Sligo Rovers have reached the extremely difficult decision to implement temporary layoffs for all management, players and administration staff due to the shutdown of the League of Ireland for the past two weeks and foreseeable future.
Following intensive talks in the last week involving the National League Executive Committee, the PFAI
Sligo Rovers are seriously affected by the two-week shutdown of sporting activities, which is a necessary measure in the public interest.
Our primary concern remains the safety and health of our fans, management team, players, coaches and volunteers.
With this in mind we have ceased all football activities in line with HSE
The first SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month award of the 2020 campaign has gone to Jack Byrne of Shamrock Rovers.
Last year’s PFAI Player of the Year has picked up where he left off - hitting a sublime winner to see off reigning champions Dundalk at
Finn Harps are delighted to confirm the signing of Austrian forward Alexander Kogler. He joins the club from Grazer AK in the Austrian Second Tier. He will wear number 30 for the club this season.
Harps fans will have to wait until next week’s home game vs Dundalk to see their
Shamrock Rovers have announced the signing of Rory Gaffney from Salford City.
Speaking to the official Rovers site, manager Stephen McPhail said,
“I’m really happy to get Rory in. It’s something myself and Stephen McPhail have been working on and thankfully we managed to get it done. Rory obviously knows about the
Statement from Lee Power on the clubs new partnership
I am delighted to announce that for the 2020 season, we have partnered with 24/7 Cardiac Cover for the South-East and using our primary sponsor space to spread awareness of this most vital cause to not only the people of Waterford but
Waterford FC are today delighted to announce the signing of Brian Murphy from Cardiff City.
The 36-year-old is the latest player to put pen-to-paper with Alan Reynolds’ Blues ahead of the start of the new season which kicks off on Friday night. The Waterford native last played in the League of
Bohemian FC launched their 2020 away jersey with an iconic and harrowing image of a family fleeing war taking centre place.
The away jersey in partnership with Amnesty International Ireland, to campaign together for an end to the Direct Provision system. The jersey also features the slogan “Love Football, Hate Racism”
Finn Harps are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Barry McNamee for the 2020 season. He joins the club from rivals Derry City having captained the Candystripes last season.
McNamee has been courted by clubs up and down the island since the end of the 2019 season but has penned
Dundalk FC have confirmed the loan signing of Cammy Smith from Dundee United.
A native of Aberdeen, the 24-year-old attacker came through the youth set-up at Pittodrie, making his debut for his home town club at the age of 16 in 2012. He made 76 league appearances for the Dons, scoring