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LOI

# loi - Yesterday’s News

Sligo leave it late but do enough to see off Limerick LOI

Sligo leave it late but do enough to see off Limerick

Martin Russell began life as Blues boss with defeat.

Five-star Dundalk hammer Bray to go three points clear at top

Stephen Kenny’s men showed little sign of a European hangover as they won easily.

Candystripes hit UCD for six as Duffy the hat-trick hero LOI

Candystripes hit UCD for six as Duffy the hat-trick hero

Derry City put their European exit behind them with an emphatic win.

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# loi - Friday 25 July, 2014

Vinny Faherty blazes in 18-minute hat-trick as Galway rout Ramblers

Shelbourne gained a point on league-leading Longford and Wexford ran rings around Hoops’ reserves.

Bohs end winless run at home after getting the better of Cork

Steven Beattie and Eoin Wearen got on the scoresheet to hand the Gypsies a first league victory at Dalymount Park this season.

Holohan helps Drogheda to victory over Hoops

A 1-0 win at Tallaght Stadium means Darius Kierans’ men move up to eighth in the table.

Bohs latest hero Wearen talks leaving West Ham, losing friends and resurrecting his career

The 21-year-old midfielder has been in excellent form for the Gypsies in recent weeks.

# loi - Thursday 24 July, 2014

Sligo suffer European heartbreak at the hands of Rosenborg

The Irish side lost out 4-3 on aggregate at the Showgrounds tonight.

Shakhtyor too good as Derry City crash out of Europe

The Irish side took the lead after 6 minutes, but it was all downhill from there.

# loi - Tuesday 22 July, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Pat’s first leg performance as good as I’ve seen in Europe

The Saints have a huge opportunity to book a Champions League meeting with Celtic after a 1-1 draw with Legia Warsaw.

# loi - Sunday 20 July, 2014

Dundalk return to top as Athlone suffer 15th league defeat

The hosts secured victory thanks to goals from Patrick Hoban and Brian Gartland.

# loi - Friday 18 July, 2014

The former Irish football referee who’s running the show at UFC Dublin MMA

The former Irish football referee who’s running the show at UFC Dublin

We sat down with UFC director of brand, communications and events David Allen to talk about fight week and his past in the League of Ireland.

# loi - Thursday 17 July, 2014

Sligo Rovers record historic first away win in Europe

The Bit o’Red beat Rosenborg 2-1 in the Europa League second qualifying round.

# loi - Tuesday 15 July, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: 250 Limerick fans showing up at Thomond was the final straw for Taylor

Another SSE Airtricity League Premier Division manager has come and gone while European results have been promising, writes Stuey.

# loi - Monday 14 July, 2014

Limerick name Russell as their new manager

The former UCD boss has been announced as Stuart Taylor’s replacement this evening.

# loi - Sunday 13 July, 2014

Seagulls all at sea as Derry put five past them LOI

Seagulls all at sea as Derry put five past them

Patrick McEleney scored twice as Derry recorded a comprehensive win over Bray Wanderers.

Stephen Kenny enjoys his Rovers return as Dundalk go top again

Pat Hoban’s goal settled this afternoon’s clash in Tallaght Stadium.

UCD overcome Sligo to ease relegation fears with first league win in eight

It was Rovers’ first defeat under new manager John Coleman

# loi - Friday 11 July, 2014

Wearen’s wonder gives Bohemians share of the spoils against St Pat’s

Mark Quigley opened the scoring for the Saints but the young Bohs midfielder answered back in emphatic style.

Cork City steam three points clear as late Buckley strike devastates Drogs

John Caulfield’s side kept their sixth clean sheet in a row and have now established a nice cushion ahead of Dundalk.

Philly Gorman inspires Athlone to rousing win over rudderless Limerick

It is either a feast or a famine for Town this season. Tonight was a feast, pure

5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend

Dundalk are away from home, Cork travel to Louth while Bohs host St Pat’s.

# loi - Tuesday 8 July, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Fahey shouldn’t have seen red but McPhail can have no complaints LOI

Stuart Byrne column: Fahey shouldn’t have seen red but McPhail can have no complaints

Two of the SSE Airtricity League’s most high profile players were sent off at Tallaght Stadium on Saturday.

# loi - Saturday 5 July, 2014

McPhail and Fahey both see red as Rovers beat Pat’s to go third

The Hoops leapfrogged their opponents into third place in the Airtricity League as a result.

# loi - Friday 4 July, 2014

Holohan the architect as Drogheda’s renaissance continues in Bray

Gavan Holohan, Gavin Brennan and Cathal Brady were all on the score sheet for Darius Kierans’s side.

Wearen the hero for Bohs as late strike earns away win at Thomond LOI

Wearen the hero for Bohs as late strike earns away win at Thomond

The Gypsies head home from Limerick celebrating a dramatic win on the road.

5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend

Cork City welcome the return of a fan favourite, Limerick reach 2,000 league games and Derry look to build on European win.

# loi - Tuesday 1 July, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Attitudes must improve if Irish clubs are to compete in Europe

LOI teams haven’t been focused on the Champions League and Europa League and that needs to be addressed this season.

# loi - Friday 27 June, 2014

Airtricity League First Division wrap: Shels get their first win in five as Galway stumble

Second placed Galway suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Longford Town.

Bohs pay the penalty as Corcoran misses late spot-kick to beat Athone

The Dublin side had fought back from 2-0 down.

Joy of six for Cork City as winning streak stretches to half a dozen LOI

Joy of six for Cork City as winning streak stretches to half a dozen

Mark O’Sullivan helped his side to 3-0 win over Limerick.

Coleman cuts the mustard in first game as new Sligo boss

The former Accrington Stanley boss saw his side beat Drogheda 2-1 this evening.

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5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend

After the mid-season break, it’s back to the bread and butter of the SSE Airtricity League tonight.

# loi - Saturday 14 June, 2014

Division One wrap: Shelbourne held by Cobh Ramblers, Galway earn narrow victory

Meanwhile, Longford kept the pressure on at the top with a 1-0 win over Wexford Youths.

# loi - Tuesday 10 June, 2014

Duff excited by Australian challenge, still keen on League of Ireland stint

The former Ireland international says he’s looking forward to linking up with David Villa in particular.

# loi - Tuesday 3 June, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Fagan ticks all the boxes as the best striker around right now

The St Patrick’s Athletic man has certainly stepped up to the plate for the Saints this season.

Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week

St Patrick’s Athletic striker Christy Fagan is the first name on this week’s teamsheet thanks to four goals in his last two games.

# loi - Monday 2 June, 2014

Dundalk’s sexy football too much for prudish Students

Stephen Kenny’s side have now scored 19 goals in their last four outings at Oriel Park.

# loi - Friday 30 May, 2014

Douglas sees red, but UCD hold on for stalemate at home to Bray

Wanderers were denied all three points by an offside flag late on.

Dundalk stay top of the table after Towell’s 25-yard belter

Bohemians lost out 2-0 to the Lilywhites at Dalymount Park this evening.

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