Cork City return to league action tonight, as they welcome Sligo Rovers to Turner’s Cross.
City come into the game on the back of a 4-0 win over Maynooth University Town in the FAI Cup last Friday, while their most recent league outing was a 1-1 draw with St. Patrick’s Athletic
The Candystripes will be aiming to protect a fairly unique record when Bohemians arrive at Brandywell tonight (Friday) with Kenny Shiels having won all 10 of his previous scraps against the north Dublin outfit.
It isn't something that the Derry boss reads too much into to be fair; Shiels referring to
Waterford FC return to league action tonight with a trip to Richmond Park to face St Patrick’s Athletic.
Last weekend, The Blues booked their place in the last eight of the FAI Cup with a 1-0 win away to Drogheda United. Bastien Hery struck early to secure the win.
The Blues’ last
Michael Duffy is confident that Dundalk will bounce straight back after an agonising injury-time defeat to Shamrock Rovers ended the Lilywhites’ 13-game winning streak at Oriel Park last night.
The winger’s 12th goal of the season cancelled out a second-minute Roberto Lopes header but, after dominating the majority of the game,
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.
Former Cork City player Kevin O'Connor has joined Crewe Alexandra on loan from Preston North End.
The loan will be until January 7th 2019.
O'Connor last made an appearance for PNE in the 0-0 draw with Barnsley back in December 2017, before spending the second half of the 2017/18 campaign on loan
Speaking to dundalkfc.com ahead of the visit of Rovers was midfielder John Mountney and he reflected on Friday night's victory over Finn Harps in the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup.
"Everyone was happy to win. It is early days in the competition but it's such a big trophy. The awards at the end
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’’.
The League of Ireland player of the month for July Gavin Bazunu has signed for Manchester City in a deal worth €400k to Shamrock Rovers.
The deal was completed over the weekend and is expected to be a four year contract for the goalkeeper.
The Dubliner will complete his leaving certificate before
Dundlak face Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds tonight.
Speaking to the Sligo Rovers website Gerard Lyttle said: “I told the lads in the aftermath of the game that they deserve credit because all week it was said by them that they’d do the rest of their talking on the pitch and