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Three Reasons Why Cork City Will Beat Dundalk

Turners Cross

Turners Cross plays host to one of the biggest games of the season in the League of Ireland Premier Division as second-placed Cork City face first-placed Dundalk. The Leesiders and the Lilywhites have been swapping between first and second place for weeks but Friday night will see the Rebel Army attempt to equal Dundalk’s points tally, while the Lilywhites aim to …

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League of Ireland Preview: Cork City vs Dundalk

Turners Cross 2

Turners Cross is the destination for Friday’s top of the table clash between league leaders Dundalk and second-placed Cork City. Three points separate the sides going into the game that will be shown live on Setanta Sports with an 8pm kick off. Cork City are unbeaten at home this season and the Rebel Army will be hoping that they can …

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Top 10 Hipster Republic Of Ireland Jerseys


The Irish football team may not be blessed with bundles of creativity on the pitch, but what we lack in footballing prowess we more than make up for with our jerseys. You’re not a real footballing hipster unless you’ve got some of these works of art in your wardrobe. Without further adieu, here are the top ten hipster jerseys in …

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Three Conclusions From League of Ireland Gameweek 21

Owen Heary

Conor Hayes gives us three conclusions from last weekend’s League of Ireland fixtures, in a week that saw Bohemians end their ten month winless run at home.  1. Disappointment but clubs got closer to upsets than most thought possible So despite great first leg performances from Pat’s and Sligo and a superb away win for Dundalk, Irish interest in European competition is …

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League Of Ireland Roundup: Cork Slip Up Ahead Of Crucial Clash

Cork City manager John Caulfield

The biggest result of the weekend saw Cork City lose vital ground in the title race with a 2-0 defeat at Dalymount Park as Bohemians finally picked up their first home win of the season. Steven Beattie opened the scoring after six minutes and the Dublin side dominated proceedings from there on. With twenty minutes to go Brian Lenihan suffered …

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Six More Years Of The John Delaney Show

John Delaney

John Delaney signed a new six-year deal with the FAI this week. In a damning article, Conor Hayes questions the CEO’s performance and his exorbitant salary. People can give so much away by the words they use. They might refer to themselves in the third person showing their narcissism, they might utter an offensive term shining a light on their …

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Three Conclusions From League Of Ireland Gameweek 19

Turners Cross

Over two weeks have now passed since the mid season break; as the League starts to take shape for the second half of the season Conor Hayes looks at three conclusions we can gather from gameweek 19.  1. Martin Russell’s appointment at Limerick makes sense This week Limerick added their name to a lengthy list of clubs who have let go …

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League of Ireland Round-Up: Dundalk Seal Valuable Win

Dalymount Park

A second-half strike from Pat Hoban saw Dundalk pick up a significant win over Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght on Sunday. It was a largely disappointing game, with the hosts struggling to find the creativity necessary to trouble the leaders. The win caps an excellent week for Dundalk who comfortably came through their European tie last Thursday. The Lilywhites have now …

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Three Conclusions From League of Ireland Gameweek 18

Oriel Park

Conor Hayes is here to discuss the main talking points from Gameweek 18 in the League of Ireland. 1. League of Ireland Clubs Do Well In Europe League of Ireland clubs emerged with two wins and an away draw from their three outings in the Europa League last week. It’s nice to be able to write that. Our clubs have …

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