Eircom LeagueBohs to let fans decided new jersey (4.2.2006, 22:07 UTC)
From www.bohemians.ie Bohemians let the fans decide… Ireland’s largest football club, Bohemian FC, are to run an innovative online competition to select the club’s new Home Playing Kit for the upcoming 2006 eircom league season. In light of the recent successful agreement, between Bohemians Commercial Department and long serving sponsor Des Kelly Interiors, to remain on as Club Sponsor for another year, the club want to introduce a new innovative Home Kit that the team wil...
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Eircom LeagueLATEST TRANSFER NEWS (9.1.2006, 21:58 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours:CONFIRMED TRANSFERSBohemian FCINJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford TownStephen O'Brien from Longford TownVinny Arkins from Portadown----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman released (now Derry)James Keddy released (now Drogheda)Terry Palmer released__________________________________Bray Wanderers FCINRobbie Doyle from St PatsTerry Masterson from MillwallBrian McGovern from Longford Town----OUTConnor Sinnott to ReadingPaul Murphy to Altrinc...
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Eircom LeagueUCD pick up Fair Play award (6.1.2006, 22:52 UTC)
UCD have claimed first place in the 2005 eircom League Premier Division Fair Play table with a total of 1,072 points. As well as the €4,500 prize money, the Students could also be in line for a place in next season’s UEFA Cup by way of the Fair Play draw which gives three clubs entry to the competition each year. Cork City and Derry City, whose fight for the Premier Division title went down to the wire and a last-day decider at Turner’s Cross, couldn’t be separated in th...
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Eircom LeagueLATEST TRANSFER NEWS (5.1.2006, 23:38 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours:CONFIRMED TRANSFERSBohemian FCINJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford TownStephen O'Brien from Longford Town----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman released (now Derry)James Keddy released (now Drogheda)Terry Palmer released__________________________________Bray Wanderers FCIN----OUTRobbie Dunne to Dundalk__________________________________Cork City FCIN----OUTGreg O'Halloran to ShelbourneLiam Keaney to HeevervevenKevin Murray to Cobh________...
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Eircom LeagueMcHugh signs for Derry (5.1.2006, 13:17 UTC)
Kevin McHugh has signed for Derry City from Finn Harps on a two-year deal. According to BBC reports the Killea man has signed a two year deal at the Brandywell and is sure to be a popular signing amongst the Brandywell faithful. McHugh said that after "having got my work commitments in order, I decided to opt for the challenge at the Brandywell" The striker said that he was looking forward to the move and that the competition for places would provide the challenge to "better me as a player". ...
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Eircom LeagueLATEST TRANSFER NEWS (1.1.2006, 15:01 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours:CONFIRMED TRANSFERSBohemian FCINJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford TownStephen O'Brien from Longford Town----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman released (now Derry)James Keddy released (now Drogheda)Terry Palmer released__________________________________Bray Wanderers FCIN----OUTRobbie Dunne to Dundalk__________________________________Cork City FCIN----OUTGreg O'Halloran to ShelbourneLiam Keaney to HeevervevenKevin Murray to Cobh________...
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Eircom LeagueByrne decides to stay as Hoolahan goes (1.1.2006, 01:15 UTC)
From Shels web: Wesley Hoolahan agrees personal terms with Scottish side, Livingston FC. The club agreed personal terms with Wesley's agent today and he is available for selection immediately. Talking to Livingstonfc.co.uk, Livi manager Paul Lambert expressed his delight at securing Wesley's signature. 'I am delighted to have secured Wes Hoolahan for Livingston. We watched him several times before the end of the Irish season and he lived up to all we had heard about him. He is an excitin...
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Eircom LeagueLATEST TRANSFER NEWS (19.12.2005, 22:18 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours:CONFIRMED TRANSFERSBohemian FCINJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford Town----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman released (now Derry)James Keddy released (now Drogheda)Terry Palmer released__________________________________Bray Wanderers FCIN----OUTRobbie Dunne to Dundalk__________________________________Cork City FCIN----OUTGreg O'Halloran to ShelbourneLiam Keaney to HeevervevenKevin Murray to Cobh__________________________________Derry Ci...
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Eircom LeagueO'Flynn and Kearney decide to leave Cork (19.12.2005, 21:54 UTC)
John O'Flynn and Liam Kearney have both informed Cork City that they will not be signing new deals with them for next season. Kearney is in talks with Heerenveen in Holland and O'Flynn spent last week on trial with swansea. To read more click HERE.
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Eircom LeagueKearney decides to leave Cork (19.12.2005, 21:54 UTC)
Liam Kearney has informed Cork City that he will not be signing a new deal with them for next season. He has now signed a 6 month contract with Heerenveen in Holland To read more click HERE.
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Eircom LeagueLatest transfer news (12.12.2005, 16:39 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours:CONFIRMED TRANSFERSBohemian FCINJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford TownStephen O'Brien from Longford----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman releasedJames Keddy released (now Drogheda)Terry Palmer released__________________________________Bray Wanderers FCIN----OUTRobbie Dunne to Dundalk__________________________________Cork City FCIN----OUTGreg O'Halloran to Shelbourne__________________________________Derry City FCIN----OUTAlan Murphy to ...
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Eircom LeagueImportant dates (9.12.2005, 23:32 UTC)
Thurs 1st December 2005 – Wed 22nd February 2006: First Transfer & Registration WindowSat 28th January 2006: eircom League AGM, Kilmurry Lodge Hotel, LimerickMon 13th February 2006: Announcement of eircom League 2006 Season FixturesFri 10th March 2006: Start of eircom League 2006 SeasonFri 9th June 2006 – Sun 18th June 2006: Break in eircom League season due to World Cup Finals in GermanySat 1st July 2006 – Mon 31st July 2006: Second Trans...
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Eircom LeagueTransfer News (9.12.2005, 17:34 UTC)
Confirmed Transfers and Rumours: CONFIRMED TRANSFERS Bohemian FC INJason McGuinness from Shamrock RoversBarry Ferguson from Longford TownStephen O'Brien from Longford----OUTShay Kelly releasedKen Oman releasedTerry Palmer releasedJames Keddy releasedTerry Palmer released__________________________________ Bray Wanderers FC IN----OUTRobbie Dunne to Dundalk__________________________________ Cork City FC IN----OUTGreg O'Halloran to Shelbourne__________________________________ Derry City FC ...
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Eircom League104 years in the top flight comes to an end (25.11.2005, 23:24 UTC)
Dublin City 1-1 Shamrock RoversCollins 55 Tracey 57(Dublin City win 3-2 on aggregate) After 104 years in the top flight of Irish football Shamrock Rovers have been relagated to the first division for the first time in their history. Dublin City are back in the eircom Premier Division after they won the play-off 3-2 on aggregate and relegating Shamrock Rovers for the first time in their history. A 1-1 draw on Friday night was enough to ensure the Vikings claimed the victory after t...
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Eircom LeagueSink or swim time for Rovers (25.11.2005, 17:10 UTC)
Shamrock Rovers caretaker manager Alan O’Neill admits he must bring about a considerable improvement in his side’s performance for Friday night’s promotion/relegation play-off second leg against Dublin City at Tolka Park – or face up to the first relegation in the club’s 104 year history. Rovers trail 2-1 after Tuesday night’s first leg at Dalymount Park, and need their first win in eight games to have any chance of avoiding the drop. With Roddy Collins&#8217...
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Eircom LeagueCrowe in talks with Drogheda (21.11.2005, 22:15 UTC)
Former Bohs favourite Glen Crowe could be on his way to Drogheda United from Shelbourne, according to reports. One of the most prolific goal scorers in the eircom league in recent seasons Glen has joined Shels this season from north Dublin rivals Bohemians to form the most feared strike partnerships in the league with Jason Byrne who like Jason has only one full international cap to his credit, but he has not played to expectations since joining them last summer. Drogheda have expressed an inte...
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Eircom LeagueShels pile on the misery (19.11.2005, 17:54 UTC)
Bohemians 0Shelbourne 3 (Baker 53, Byrne 55, Crowe 65) An already disappointing season ended in further depression for Bohemians. A 3-0 defeat and against Shelbourne saw Bohs finish a lowly sixth in the premier division. there was not much of note about Bohs' performance as the season fizzled out tamely. Richie Baker beat a static Bohs defence to give Shels the lead after 53 minutes. Jason Byrne made it 2-0 just two minutes later. Jason Byrne then went on to disgrace himself by celebrating his ...
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Eircom LeagueByrne blows off Brighton link (19.11.2005, 15:15 UTC)
Jason byrne has dismissed any rumors off him leaving shels and going to Championship side Brighton Byrne said on Shelboun's offical website: “The first I heard was a phone call from my wife who saw it mentioned in the evening paper on Tuesday night. I’ve heard nothing from them and sure there’d be no point in me going over there. For what? I’m still a Shels players and I’m looking forward to playing in Europe with Shels for a few seasons yet".....................(...
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Eircom LeagueCity claim title on D-Day (19.11.2005, 14:56 UTC)
Cork City 2 (O'Flynn 18, Kearney 60)Derry City 0 Cork City reserved the best wine until last as they turned on the style to dominate the eircom League Championship decider at Turner’s Cross. A capacity attendance of 7,500 fans cheered Cork to the echo as they played majestic football to overtake Derry at the head of the League table and win the title by two points. Derry played their part in a match that produced marvellous entertainment and was played in a vibrant, exciting atmosphere ...
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Eircom LeagueBrighton to make bid for top scorer Byrne (17.11.2005, 22:17 UTC)
Broghton boss Mark McGhee will make a bid for Shelbourne's star striker Jason Byrne. McGhee was in Tolka Park to see Shelbourne play out a scoreless draw with Cork City on friday night, and should be in Dalymount Park for Shels end-of-season clash with Bohemians this friday. Byrne has been the Eircom Leagues top scorer for the last 3 years and the 26 year old would relish a move to England. Brighton have been short on goals, their on loan defender Paul McShane is their top scorer with 3 goals t...
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Eircom LeagueRovers suspended manger in week coming up ta relagation playoff (16.11.2005, 22:41 UTC)
Just when you thought the drama for this year was coming to an end Shamrock Rovers have today SUSPENDED manager Roddy Collins for reansons unknown. There were rumors sround Rovers that he would be suspended and those rumors were confirmed when a Shamrock Rovers offical confirmed them, tonight on newstalk 106 but the offical wouldnt give a reason why.
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Eircom LeagueCork-Derry match sold out (10.11.2005, 17:11 UTC)
All the tickets for Friday week’s potential title-deciding clash between Cork City and Derry City at Turners Cross have been sold out fully eight days in advance of the big game. Going into this weekend’s penultimate round of eircom League fixtures, just a point separates the sides at the top of the table. The only way the title can be decided before Derry’s visit to Leeside is if Cork defeat Shelbourne on Friday night and Derry lose at home to St Patrick’s Athletic on S...
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Eircom LeagueAwards shortlist announced (10.11.2005, 16:57 UTC)
The Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland (PFAI) has in the last few minutes announced its shortlists for four awards. Derry defender Peter Hutton – a former winner of the award – is joined by team-mate Mark Farren, whose 18-goals have helped the Candystripes to the brink of the championship crown. Cork are represented on the six-strong shortlist by midfielder Joe Gamble and playmaker George O’Callaghan, who have been central to the Leesiders’ exceptiona...
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Eircom LeagueInjury time fluke goal gives Drogs advantage in race for Setanta Cup (9.11.2005, 21:35 UTC)
The last time Drogheda United faced Bohemians in the league, the Gypsies snatched an injury time winner. Tonight Drogheda returned the favour with a dramatic late winner in a game that finished 3-2 at United Park. The win gives Drogheda the advantage in the race for fourth place and if they claim fourth they guarantee themselves Setanta and European football next season. Damien Lynch put the Drogs ahead from the penalty spot shortly before half-time after Aidan Collins brought down Declan O'bri...
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Eircom LeagueCork back on top (7.11.2005, 21:32 UTC)
Shamrock Rovers 0Cork City 2 Cork City have moved back on top of the Eircom League as they beat Shamrock Rovers 2-0 at Dalymount Park. The result leaves Rovers in real relgation trouble with inky two matches left. In a good, open game despite the conditions, Rovers’ cleared off the line from George O’Callaghan early on before Michael Devine pushed a Marc Kenny shot onto a post at the other end. Cork took the lead with a well worked goal on 41 minutes when Neale Fenn picked out...
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Eircom LeagueDerry-Pats match (7.11.2005, 21:24 UTC)
Next weekend’s Premier Division clash between leaders Derry City and St Patrick’s Athletic has been rescheduled for the third time – but on this occasion the new date has satisfied representatives of both clubs. The game had been originally fixed for Friday evening, but was rearranged for the Monday night, November 14th, to cater for RTE television coverage. That date was unsuitable because the Brandywell is used for greyhound racing on Monday evenings, so the game was switche...
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Eircom LeagueRovers-Cork preview (7.11.2005, 17:45 UTC)
Shamrock Rovers vs Cork City(Dalymount Park - 7:45 pm - Premier)Referee: Hugo Whoriskey Monday sees a huge game for both ends of the eircom League Premier division. Shamrock Rovers take on Cork City at Dalymount Park and both sides desperatly need a win. Rovers are still battling to avoid the drop while City have stumbled in their title bid. Rovers are in a terrible run and although earlier in the season they looked to have done enough to finish safely despite an eight point deduction they are ...
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Eircom LeagueMathhews ready to re-build (7.11.2005, 16:55 UTC)
Longford Town manager Alan Matthews has indicated that he is prepared to launch a major rebuilding programme to his squad at Flancare Park at the end of the season. Their form has dipped to a new low in recent weeks with four straight defeats bringing no goals for the midlanders, even against bohs who have only kept 5 clean sheets in all competitions – and Matthews feels the time has come for some of his squad to seek pastures new. He told the Irish Daily Mirror: “The day you stand ...
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Eircom LeagueRichardson's hat stolen (7.11.2005, 16:52 UTC)
Cork City manager Damien Richardson has revealed his characteristic hat was STOLEN from the side of the pitch at the RSC on Friday night. He told the Irish Daily Mirror: “It was left in the dug-out before the game and the next thing I knew it was gone. Who took it, and where it went, I have absolutely no idea. I wouldn’t say it was my lucky hat, but it keeps me warm and at this stage of the season I need that.”
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Eircom LeagueRovers go up (6.11.2005, 22:27 UTC)
Cobh Ramblers 0Dublin City 3 Sligo Rovers are celebrating winning the First Division championship after second-placed Cobh Ramblers fell to a home defeat at the hands of third-placed Dublin City in Saturday night’s big promotion clash at St Colman’s Park. With just two games remaining, Sligo are now six points clear at the top of the table, and with an 11-goal superior goal difference to Cobh, they cannot be caught over the final two weekends. This result also had a major bearing ...
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