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Shamrock Rovers to play L.A Galaxy in February

Tuesday morning, Shamrock Rovers released the news that they will be playing against the American MLS champions, Los Angeles Galaxy. The match will be played on the 21st of February 2015 in Tallaght Stadium. The tickets for the match will go on sale early in the new year but a date is yet to be released by by the club. …

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Hollywood Comes To Tallaght: Rovers To Face LA Galaxy

Shamrock Rovers will face MLS champions L.A. Galaxy in a pre-season friendly on the 21st of February with a kick-off time of 4pm. Robbie Keane was in Tallaght for the announcement of the match, which is sure to attract a large attendance due to the profile the MLS side has at the moment. Robbie Keane was [email protected] announce our friendly match …

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Shamrock Rovers Re-Sign Stephen McPhail

Former Irish international Stephen McPhail has re-signed for Shamrock Rovers, the club have announced.  McPhail made 19 league appearances last season for the Tallaght club and will now likely perform alongside new signing Keith Fahey in the middle for the Hoops next season. Stephen McPhail re-signs for 2015 and is here @tallaghtstadium for another big announcement this morning pic.twitter.com/Boo8h0GRVZ — …

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Bray Wanderers’ New Owners Announced

Bray Wanderers have this morning released a club statement in which they announced that the McGettigan Group will soon take over full ownership of the club. The club have also announced that the club’s kit will now be manufactured by Nike, with the Royal Hotel Bray becoming the club’s new main sponsor. Bray Wanderers will hold a full press briefing …

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Mark McNulty Re-Signs For Cork City

Cork City goalkeeper Mark McNulty has re-signed for the Rebel Army ahead of 2015. McNulty was considered one of the best goalkeepers in the league last term, having been included in the PFAI Team of the Year for 2014. McNulty signs on a new two-year deal with the Leesiders. Manager John Caulfield commenting on the signing said that, “Mark got on …

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Interview With Cork City WFC’s Ciara McNamara

HAVING TRANSFERRED from Hollyhill Ladies to Cork City Women’s FC last summer, Ciara McNamara has wasted little time in establishing herself in the Women’s National League. The eighteen year old from Whitechurch has proved to be a shrewd acquisition to Cork City Women and has put in a number of accomplished performances at the heart of the teams defence and …

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Limerick Re-Sign Robbie Williams

Limerick have today announced the re-signing of Robbie Williams.  The English-born left-back has put pen to paper ahead of 2015 and in doing so is the first of Limerick’s squad to re-sign for the new season. Commenting on the re-signing manager Martin Russell expressed his delight at having such an experienced option back in the squad again for next season. …

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Cork City: Gearóid Morrissey Set To Leave

Cork City’s Gearóid Morrissey is set to leave the club, Cork City boss John Caulfield has revealed.  A two and a half year deal has been offered to Morrissey by the League Two club, according to local Cork paper the Evening Echo and another shot at English football now looks on the cards for the 23-year-old following a spell with Blackburn Rovers in …

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Frank Murphy & John Delaney – Brothers In Arms?

The Football Association of Ireland recently endured a much publicised controversy, spearheaded by Chief Executive John Delaney. This was quickly been followed by the confirmation of the redevelopment of Pairc Ui Chaoimh, which was controversial to some GAA folk. This sparked a question at Pundit Arena. Could similarities be drawn between the chief executive of the FAI, John Delaney, and …

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Derry City Duo Transfer Listed

One of the league’s best attacking players, Rory Patterson as well as defender Shane McEleney have both been transfer listed by Derry City and are also available for loan moves next month.  According to the Derry Journal, cost-cutting at the club is a necessity with reduced attendances as well as the lack of European football being sighted as the reasons …

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