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# League of Ireland

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
UCD player Harry Curtis hit with 10-match ban for 'discriminatory language'
Shelbourne secure 250-year Tolka Park lease
Shelbourne secure 250-year Tolka Park lease
This month
May 2024
Shelbourne stay top of table as Drogheda United earn draw at Tolka Park
Super-sub Duffy nets winner for Derry against Bohemians
Asamoah hits hat-trick as Waterford thrash Dundalk
Shamrock Rovers striker Aaron Greene named Player of the Month for April
One year on from Ireland call-up, Farrugia reflects on 'tough' few weeks
The most naturally gifted footballer in Ireland can still be a major asset
'It's great to have him on the pitch. He felt good'
Last month
April 2024
Shamrock Rovers close the gap on Shelbourne after facile win
Stephen Bradley’s side were too good for Drogheda.
Irish football's grave diagnosis cannot be allowed become terminal
Appointment of new FAI chief executive will be crucial to implenting changes required to halt country’s decline.
Dundalk appoint former Ireland U21 boss Noel King as manager
Rovers power to victory at Derry with dominant second-half display
Akintunde on target as Bohemians continue winning run
Haitian striker's late goal leaves Derry frustrated
Managerless Dundalk still awaiting first win of the season
Former Ireland international Moore joins Bohs backroom staff
Shelbourne hit with one-game away fans ban following linesman incident
Dundalk sack Stephen O'Donnell after eight-game winless start to the season
The Cork brothers who dream of playing for Ireland together
Franco and Jaden Umeh are undertaking similar paths and have been tipped for bright futures in the game.
Damien Duff condemns Shelbourne fan after Drogheda controversy
Shels' late equaliser overshadowed as official hit by object
Damien Duff’s men earned a hard-fought draw in Drogheda.
Cork City earn convincing win over neighbours Cobh
Derry City cruise to victory against strugglers Dundalk
St Pat's stun Shamrock Rovers in Dublin Derby
Amond strike secures away win for Waterford against Bohemians
Bohs beat Galway to earn first victory under Reynolds
Lopes comes off the bench to rescue Shamrock Rovers in Waterford
St Pat's get season back on track with win over Sligo
Struggling Dundalk and Drogheda play out scoreless draw
'You’d be blowing out your arse and sore, but this year I feel a lot freer'
March 2024
How a mid-game tweak inspired Shamrock Rovers' second-half demolition of Bohs
Shamrock Rovers beat toothless Bohs in front of record attendance at Tallaght
New manager Alan Reynolds’ first game in charge ended in a bad defeat.
‘People want to work with him’ - Irish football's in-demand coach
Soccer culture has become beyond poisonous - let's fix it and integrate the fans
The madness of crowds has infected cross-channel soccer and damaged it beyond repair. The same rules don’t have to apply here.
Max Mata double helps Sligo Rovers move up to third spot
Bohemians part company with manager Declan Devine
'I give them everything 24/7, hugs, kisses, kicks up the arse, nights out'
'We lost the game and it's not good enough. It hurts, it hurts hard'