So long ‘Jayo’

As most readers will have seen, one of the most loyal servants of League of Ireland football has decided to retire from the senior game. Jason Byrne, 40 in February, will drop down to play with Bluebell United in the Leinster Senior League after 20 years banging in the goals

‘’Kaz and Daz’’

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Brian Quigley When Kazuyoshi Miura scored the only goal of the game last weekend in Japan’s J2 League clash between Yokahama FC and Thespa Kusatsu, he became the oldest person ever to score in professional football, breaking a record that had stood since 1965 when Stanley Matthews netted his last goal

Jason Byrne signs for Cabinteely

Cabinteely are delighted to announce the signing of Jason Byrne for the 2017 season. The former Irish international has scored 221 League of Ireland goals and is the League’s second all time top goalscorer, just 14 goals behind Brendan Bradley’s record of 235 goals. Byrne has had an illustrious career to date,