The League of Ireland title will be decided on the final day of the season with Shamrock Rovers looking to claim their first in 16 years, and their fate is in their own hands after ovetaking rivals Bohemians at the top of the table.
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There was late drama in the League of Ireland clash between Sporting Fingal and Shamrock Rovers, allowing Bohemians to claim top spot with just two games of the season remaining.
Bohemians’ 1-0 midweek win over Shamrock Rovers has blown the League of Ireland title race wide open with just three games to go in the season.
It was another busy weekend of action in the Airtricity League as the Students of UCD caused a shock, while Bohs faltered against relegation threatened Bray.
The Airtricity League is about to enter its final months and Robbie Deighan brings us up to speed with all the goings on in the Premier Division.
With the Airtricity League entering its second round this week, Craig Gibson joins the BackPageFootball team to discuss all things League of Ireland. Setanta Cup action this weekend means last year’s top two, Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers, don’t play until Tuesday night with Bohs away to UCD and Rovers hosting neighbours St. Pat’s in a […]
Reigning Champions Bohemians got their title defence underway last night with a 1-0 win over newly promoted Sporting Fingal in the first round of Airtricity League matches for 2010. The win at Dalymount Park wasn’t without controversy however with visitors Fingal feeling very hard done by over the decision to award the Gypsies a 76th […]
League of Ireland champions Bohemians have been dealt an off season blow with the news that Gary Deegan is to join Coventry City. The 22 year old midfielder was instrumental in the Dalymount Park club’s back to back league titles but moves to City on a three and a half year deal commencing January 4. […]
Bohemians have all but wrapped up the 2009 League of Ireland title following a comfortable 3-1 win over Sligo Rovers on Friday night. Goals from Paddy Madden, Joseph Ndo and Jason Byrne were enough to secure the three points as rivals and closest challengers Shamrock Rovers stumbled to a 1-1 draw at home to Galway […]
In this two-part series Ian Walsh will delve into Irish football, to see the benefits of part-time or full-time football, and will try to answer the questions associated with it. Financial difficulties is a word that has become associated with most League of Ireland clubs this season, but the big question for many is whether […]