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Shelbourne Confirm Tragic Death Of Academy Player Izzy Dezu

SSE Airtricity League First Division, Tolka Park, Dublin 12/5/2017 Shelbourne vs Athlone Town A general view of Tolka Park

Shelbourne have confirmed the tragic passing of under-16s player Izzy Dezu on Tuesday night. In a brief statement on their Twitter page, the First Divison side confirmed that Dezu has died having collapsed in  their match against St. Kevin’s Boys in the District Schoolboys League U-16 Premier Division. We are heartbroken to have to confirm the news that our Academy …

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Watch: Seamus Coleman Donated €2,000 To Bring Two Irish Everton Fans To Goodison

Seamus Coleman Everton

Ireland captain Seamus Coleman is widely regarded in the football community, and it is little wonder why. The Killybegs native plays with passion in the blue of Everton and green of Ireland, but there are countless stories of his generosity and all-round sound persona off the field. Today, Everton have released a heartwarming video profiling two Irish Everton fans, one …

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Cork City, Sligo Rovers And Waterford Unveil Stylish New Kits For 2018

League of Ireland 2018 Kits

With preparation for the 2018 League of Ireland season now fully underway, clubs have been in the process of unveiling their new kits for the coming campaign. Three more Premier Divison sides released new kits on Friday – namely Sligo Rovers, newly-promoted Waterford and double winners Cork City. To City first and their much-publicisied new deal with manufacturing giant Adidas, …

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League Of Ireland Format For 2018 Has Been Confirmed

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, Turner's Cross, Cork 27/10/2017 Cork City vs Bray Wanderers Cork City players celebrate with the trophy

The FAI have released details of the coming League of Ireland Premier and First Division structures, with the start date confirmed the middle of February. With a more packed 36-game Premier Division season (despite two fewer teams), the league will now start on Friday, February 16th, with the curtain-raising President’s Cup between Cork City and Dundalk taking place at Oriel …

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