Is the League of Ireland starved of appreciation?

“Debutant Richie Towell scores last minute winner for Rotherham.” The headlines that most will have read on the 9th of September with the significance gaining the former Dundalk man a mention. Over the past couple of years several players have moved across ‘the pond’ and once established, fans seem to forget

Waking the sleeping giants

Growing up in Ireland, A country so proud of our history has always had competition to contend with the sport we today call football. GAA being our national sport, one that so many play and love provides a stern matchup to soccer. England for example who many will agree consider ‘football’

Finn Harps 2017 – What lies ahead?

Connor McGinty On a night where the general aims for the season were outlined it can be said that Finn Harps are indeed a club who are looking to move forward in this upcoming season. Progress was the main topic of discussion, when other teams have went bust in season’s gone by