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#LOI

# loi - Yesterday’s News

Fagan bags 18th league goal of the season as Saints see off Bohs

Aaron Greene and Conan Byrne were also on target for St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.

# loi - Friday 26 September, 2014

Ryan Coulter on song for Athlone as he denies the town he loves so well

The in-form Athlone keeper is the song of songwriter Phil.

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda LOI

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda

Alan Mathews’ side battled to a draw in Louth.

5 reasons to go watch League of Ireland football this weekend

With five rounds of matches left to play, there is plenty up for grabs around the country.

# loi - Thursday 25 September, 2014

Barry Murphy and Richie Towell are alongside Messi on the new FIFA 15 cover

You would understand if Leo was a little star-struck.

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Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move LOI

Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move

The former Celtic midfielder says that he ‘loves’ playing his football in the League of Ireland but refused to rule out a move abroad.

# loi - Tuesday 23 September, 2014

Robinson rescues point for Rovers in Dublin derby with Bohs

Derek Pender had put the Gypsies ahead with a second-half strike.

# loi - Friday 19 September, 2014

Athlone earn much-needed point at home to Bohemians

Jake Hyland was dismissed late on for a second yellow card but the home side were unable to capitalise on this advantage.

Forrester stunner inspires 10-man Pat’s to victory at Bray

The youngster scored a fine solo goal as his side prevailed comfortably ultimately.

19 signs you’re a hardcore Shamrock Rovers fan

We celebrate one of Ireland’s most renowned and revered football clubs.

4 reasons to go watch League of Ireland football this weekend

The EA Sports Cup is up for grabs while Cork City and St Patrick’s Athletic can make up ground on Dundalk.

# loi - Wednesday 17 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: A reserve league would be best for everyone

Our League of Ireland columnist believes young players and those on the fringes would benefit from the introduction of second teams.

# loi - Friday 12 September, 2014

Rovers and Dundalk to meet again after underwhelming scoreless draw

Neither side were at their best in tonight’s encounter at Tallaght Stadium.

# loi - Tuesday 9 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: They’ll have to be mentally strong but the title is Dundalk’s to lose

With five league games to play, the Lilywhites have enough experience to hold off Cork City’s challenge.

# loi - Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Mature Lenihan can be Ireland star if he takes chance at Hull LOI

Stuart Byrne column: Mature Lenihan can be Ireland star if he takes chance at Hull

The talented young Cork City defender has made the across the water after impressing in the Premier Division this season.

# loi - Monday 1 September, 2014

Irish teenager Adam McDonnell signs for Ipswich LOI

Irish teenager Adam McDonnell signs for Ipswich

The highly-rated 17-year-old joins the Tractor Boys from the SSE Airtricity League First Division outfit.

# loi - Friday 22 August, 2014

Late Murray goal means Cork City and Bohs must do it all again

Dinny Corcoran’s double looked to have sent the Dublin side through.

Saints left to rue missed opportunities in Dublin derby

Shelbourne did enough tonight to force a replay next Tuesday.

# loi - Monday 18 August, 2014

Drogheda’s mid-season revival continues with win over Derry

Damien Richardson’s men are now just two points behind the visitors in sixth.

Last gasp Dundalk equaliser rescues point for league leaders

David McMillan scored four minutes from time.

Limerick’s good run continues as Gaffney downs the champions

It was a first defeat in 10 games for the home side.

Cork City held by 10-man Bray

The home side couldn’t close the gap at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.

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Bohemians v Rovers called off over penalty spot concerns

Referee Tomas Connolly made the decision 45 minutes before kick off.

# loi - Friday 15 August, 2014

Cork City stay in title hunt with Derry victory

John O’Flynn grabbed the game’s only goal.

Bolger red can’t stop Saints scoring three in win over UCD

Keith Fahey was on target for the hosts before they were reduced to 10 men.

Late, late show earns Athlone Town a point

Pat Fenlon’s first game on the road with his new side ended in a draw.

Hoban heads late winner for Dundalk against bogey team Limerick

The Galwegian headed in Darren Meenan’s corner to deny Limerick another result against the Lilywhites.

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Zayed opens Sligo account as Bray’s winless streak climbs to 12

It was the former Shamrock Rovers man’s first goal for the Bit O’Red.

Moore and Byrne secures second home win of the season for Bohs

However a double sending off was the game’s big talking point.

# loi - Thursday 7 August, 2014

Limerick put Bray to the sword in Thomond LOI

Limerick put Bray to the sword in Thomond

Rory Gaffney was the hero for the blues.

‘Budgets don’t win football matches’ – Pat Fenlon on Shamrock Rovers job

The former Shels, Derry and Bohs manager has taken the hot seat in Tallaght.

# loi - Friday 1 August, 2014

Dundalk overcome Cork in top-of-the-table clash following late drama

The visitors gained some breathing space on their title rivals at Turner’s Cross tonight.

Four-star Limerick stun hapless Shamrock Rovers

The result will inevitably heap further pressure on under-fire Hoops boss Trevor Croly.

# loi - Thursday 31 July, 2014

Cork City boosted by Brian Lenihan’s training ground visit ahead of Dundalk clash

John Caulfield’s men host the Airtricity League leaders at Turner’s Cross tomorrow evening.

# loi - Sunday 27 July, 2014

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.

# loi - Friday 25 July, 2014

Vinny Faherty blazes 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.

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