Advertise with Between the Stripes in 2019

With Between the Stripes TV set to launch next season to accompany our state of the art website, hit weekly podcast and ever growing social media platforms, there has never been more exciting opportunities to advertise with Between the Stripes. Find out how your business can get involved and what is in offer by reading this informative article.

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Devine the man to steady Derry ship

Ian Baraclough and Jim Magilton are just two of the high profile names being linked with the current managerial vacancy at Derry City FC but find out why betweenthestripes.ie reporter Kieran Burke feels Declan Devine is the man to answer the “Candystripes” call.

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Off-season of change sets up a mouthwatering 2019 campaign

The 2018 SSE Airtricity League campaign has only begun to wind down but with a turbulent off-season ahead for many clubs, betweenthestripes.ie reporter Kieran Burke tells us why domestic football fans are already in for a mouthwatering 2019 campaign!

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Shaw should be number one target for Fenn

Gary Shaw has this morning announced his three-year association with Shamrock Rovers has come to an end. Betweenthestripes.ie reporter, Kieran Burke outlines the reasons that Longford boss Neale Fenn should be straight on the phone to the former Longford Town striker.

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Shiels spot on in defence of Derry City FC

Derry City manager, Kenny Shiels yesterday hit out at what he perceives as a lack of willingness from local junior clubs to allow the City’s brightest talents to pull on the “Candystripes” jersey. Betweenthestripes.ie reporter, Kieran Burke explains why the former Kilmarnock boss is right in his assestment and why attitudes need to change as a result.

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David Meier's refereeing column: Cork penalty was a brilliant decision

Betweenthestripes.ie is delighted to launch a brand new weekly column written by former League of Ireland referee David Meier. A Former FIFA Assistant Referee, who nowadays works in the media covering all things refereeing and much more, David Meier has been a regular panelist on Sports Tonight TV and has also worked on the BBC in Ulster on The Nolan Show and numerous other radio shows around the world. On the refereeing front David had many European Trips over his career and was involved in many top games in the Eircom League as it was called then. 

In David’s first piece for Betweenthestripes.ie, the former linesman tells us why referee Rob Rogers got his controversial penalty decision in Dalymount Park recent SPOT ON!

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