Niall Farrell looks at the comings and goings in an Airtricity League off-season which has again been dominated by non-transfer news.
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#15 – In episode fifteen of Hold The Back Page, Chris slips into Neil’s boots to talk about Gareth Bale’s recent form, Brian Kerr and other news topics. The Daily Telegraph’s Rory Smith is on the line to chat about the potential Red Sox revolution at Liverpool, while Rory’s Manchester colleague Mark Ogden talks Manchester City. Paul O’ Hehir of the Irish Mirror reels in the League of Ireland season, which saw Shamrock Rovers take the title. As usual, there’s regular features ‘Tweet The Press’ and ‘Tip/Off’. Enjoy!
Sunday, 6th June 2010, 14:30 Venue : Turner’s Cross. It is the biggest competition of its kind in Ireland and indeed one of the biggest in Europe. Each year, over 700 teams across the country start a voyage to capture the most coveted trophy in amateur football. And then there were two. It is unusual [...]
Craig Gibson looks forward to the fifth round of Airtricity League games in both the Premier and First Divisions. St. Patrick’s Athletic have the chance to open up a three point gap on Bohemians tonight ahead of their visit to Dalymount Park on Tuesday. The Saints welcome Sporting Fingal to Richmond Park in RTE’s televised [...]
Part 2 of this two-part series on Irish football Ian Walsh looks attendances, as well as the league as a whole, and what the future holds for Irish football. Last Friday’s nights tie between Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians drew a crowd in excess of gates at four League One matches in the UK, showing the [...]
While the national side were off doing us proud in Nicosia, domestic action continued back at home where there were more highs and lows than a game of Play Your Cards Right with Bruce Forsyth. First off is that high of Ireland gaining the revenge they were looking for over against Cyprus. The pain and [...]