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All You Need is Duff

image With Damien Duff poised to make his Shamrock Rovers debut, the greater impact his stint in the Airtricity League will have will surely be a positive one. Can we expect more stars of Duff’s stature to follow suit and play out their last few years on home turf? Continue reading →

Copa90’s Top Football Atmospheres

Screen-Shot-2015-06-20-at-09.35.39-750x431 ‘Perhaps the smallest amount of people making the most noise’. They’ve been to the Europa League Final and the World Cup in Brazil, but following their recent trip to Dalymount Park, the Dublin Derby of Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers makes the top ten of Copa90’s top football atmospheres, with an honourable mention for Cork City. Check out the full list. Continue reading →

All You Need is Duff

Duffcover With Damien Duff joining Shamrock Rovers, the greater impact his stint in the Airtricity League will have will surely be a positive one. Can we expect more stars of Duff’s stature to follow suit and play out their last few years on home turf? Continue reading →

R.I.P. Ray Treacy

Unbenannt RTE’s Soccer Republic and Eamon Dunphy paid a moving tribute to former international Ray Treacy, who played for the Republic of Ireland between 1966 and 1980, managed Shamrock Rovers to the League of Ireland title, and through his business travelled the world with both the Irish team and fans Continue reading →

The LOI Goal Everyone’s Talking About

Unbenannt Just four games into the League of Ireland campaign and we already have a goal of the season contender, and as ususal it has come from St Patrick’s Athletic. The Saints have had an eye for the spectacular in recent years and now Greg Bolger can add his name to the list for this specatacular effort in the win over Derry City. Continue reading →

First Citizen of Football

higgins1 The Irish season kicked off with the second edition of the President’s Cup featuring League of Ireland champions Dundalk and the FAI Cup winners St Patrick’s Athletic in the curtain-raiser to the domestic campaign. The Irish version of the Community Shield was initiated to honour our football-loving first citizen, Michael D. Higgins. Continue reading →

YBIG Football Show: Brian Carey & Mick Wallace

ybig crop More big games for Irish players in England after Stephen Quinn and David Meyler booked a place in the FA Cup final. On the YBIG Football Show this week, Dave O’Grady also spoke to former Ireland international Brian Carey, who’s currently the youth team coach at Blackburn Rovers and Wexford Youths supremo Mick Wallace T.D. Continue reading →

YBIG Football Show: Goalscorers

ybig crop In this week’s YBIG Football Show, Ireland’s Evertonians are chasing Champions League qualification. Dave O’Grady also talks to women’s international Stephanie Roche, discusses Chris Hughton’s sacking by Norwich and there’s domestic soccer in the LOI Goalmouth. Continue reading →

YBIG Football Show: Friendlies, Form and Rumours

ybig crop Shane Long shows respect to his former club by refusing to celebrate. Is this a good or bad trait in modern day footballers? Wes Hoolahan produces another fine performance for Norwich City and Irish fans will enjoy a Euro 88 reunion in Gelsenkirchen for the Euro clash with Germany. A packed YBIG Football Show this week features the new LOI GoalMouth segment as Dave O’Grady chats to Bohemians new recruit Steven Beattie. Continue reading →