Bohemians announce the signing of Rory Feely

  Bohemians are delighted to confirm the signing of defender Rory Feely from St Patrick's Athletic. The 24-year-old plays at centre-back or right-back, and has previously played on the right wing. The former Kildare minor Gaelic footballer came through St Pat's U19s before making his first-team bow towards the end of the 2014

Jordan Gibson signs for Sligo Rovers

  Sligo Rovers are delighted to confirm the signing of attacking player Jordan Gibson for the 2021 season. The 22-year-old, formerly of Bradford City and Stevenage FC, spent the second part of last season with St Patrick’s Athletic and impressed in Inchicore, featuring in every league game. Rovers boss Liam Buckley has moved

The 2020 League of Ireland season is officially extended

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  The SSE Airtricity League 2020 season fixture list has been revised due to the recent COVID-19 outbreaks at league clubs. The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season will now conclude on Sunday, November 8 whilst the SSE Airtricity League First Division season will now conclude on Tuesday, October 27. The decision to

It’s Half Time in the League of Ireland season..

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  The SSE Airtricity League has reached the half-way point, which is a good time to have an FAI Cup interval. Strictly speaking it’s only the Premier Division that has reached that milestone; the First Division is still one series of games shy of the landmark. While we’re in the mood

FAI Statement on new Government guidelines

  The Football Association of Ireland notes the Government announcement today of new restrictions on indoor and outdoor events as the country continues the fight against COVID-19 and we acknowledge the part that our sport can play in this ongoing battle. The FAI informs all affiliates of the following directives, effective from

Back from The Brink

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  The publication of the fixtures for the resumption of the League of Ireland last week gave all us fans some closure on the lockdown-enforced situation we have been enduring since March. It has been a long, dark tunnel but we can finally see some light. I have to admit that with