From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7. One of Ireland’s most gifted rugby players also graced the pitches of the League of Ireland.
Home-grown managers were largely ignored in Ireland until Brian Kerr guided underage teams to Europe’s summit earning a too short-lived stay at the top of the Irish football pyramid. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7.
A magical few weeks in Southeast Asia for Brian Kerr’s young Boys in Green in the late 1990s remains a defining period for Irish football. From Póg Mo Goal Issue 8 by Macdara Ferris.
From issue 8 of Póg Mo Goal. What Brexit and major restructuring could mean for Ireland’s emerging talent.
The 8th edition of the Póg Mo Goal magazine is now available for pre-order.
Dale McCarthy is an Arsenal fan, podcaster with Friday LOIve and a hopeless romantic looking for a League of Ireland club to claim as his own.
Cian Manning basks in the warm glow of the League of Ireland’s return after two years of the public health crisis.
Jamie Whelan of the One Up Top podcast looks ahead to the League of Ireland season and rates each team in the top flight in his own inimitable style.
From Póg Mo Goal Issue 7. The Ferguson name is revered in football but Alex’s lesser known younger brother Martin cut his coaching teeth in Waterford, writes Cian Manning.
To mark his 50th birthday, we’re reposting Cian Manning’s profile of iconic Irish figure Roy Keane and where it all began at Cobh Ramblers in the League of Ireland.