One of the toughest jobs in football is officiating. Having to deal with high pressure situations on a regular basis. Dealing with managers and players in every match, challenging your every decision, that would eventually make you think twice. Football brings emotions to the core, whether from the fans, players
The FAI Cup took centre stage this weekend in the league of Ireland with 16 clubs all fighting it out for a place in the quarter finals. 25 goals were scored across 8 games that seen non-league Bluebell United knock out Cabinteely in Stradbrook. Defending champions Cork City practically walked
Cork City recorded their 22nd league win of the season as they moved a set closer to the league title. They took all 3 points at United Park, thanks to Stephen Dooley’s 54th minute goal which now leaves them 17 points clear; with a game in hand. Reigning champions Dundalk
Every week the league of Ireland throws up surprises and this week was no different as Bohemians condemned Cork City to their 1st league defeat of the season. It finished off a stunning weekend for Keith Long’s men as they beat Shamrock Rovers on Friday. Dundalk failed to win for
The games are coming thick and fast in the league of Ireland with the latest round of games where we have seen 22 goals scored across 9 games. We had 6 teams failing to score, while just 1 match finished in a stalemate. It started last Wednesday when Dundalk scored
Another weekend has entered the books and it was another win for rampant Cork City who came from behind to beat Derry at Maginn Park. It’s now 18 wins from 19 games, and they sit comfortably 15 points clear, with a game in hand. Dundalk are still doing what they
It was another entertaining weekend in the league of Ireland that seen 31 goals scored, 2 scoreless draws, more movement at the bottom and Cork City easing in to a 15th league win in 16 games. Dundalk kept some pressure on the runaway leaders with their 4th straight clean
It was another action-packed weekend, goals galore with plenty of unpredictable moments in the league of Ireland. Cork City stuck 5 goals passed injury stricken Finn Harps, to which then extended their lead at the top; St Pats got a point from Bray, while Shamrock Rovers shocked the
The domination from Cork City continues after this weekend’s games as they win for the 9th straight time at the expense of Bohemians. John Caulfield’s men are in frightening form and they now lead the way by 9 points from Dundalk and Bray, who are level on 18 points.
The week leading up to this past weekend’s fixtures was met with Limerick and Sligo Rovers both sacking their manager after just 6 and 7 games respectively.
The players in both camps responded well, when they picked up 3 points each at the weekend which gave the caretakers the