"Why can't we win the league" says new Longford keeper Lee Steacy

New Longford Town FC goalkeeper, Lee Steacy sat down exclusively with Betweenthestripes.ie founder Kieran Burke this afternoon to discuss the twenty-five-year-old’s big shot at first-team football in the Midlands next season.

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Shels early business will see Reds favorites for 2019 title

It’s not even two months since Shelbourne FC last kicked a ball in anger, bowing out of the First Division play-offs in the most dramatic of circumstances against Drogheda United on penalties, however already the famous old Dublin club are looking good to not only improve on 2018’s near miss but rule the rest of the second tier and gain promotion back to the elite level of Irish football for the first time since 2011.

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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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