Posts tagged Sligo rovers
Long disappointed for "brave" Bohs players

Bohemians title chances look to be dead in the water, following an unlikely home defeat against Sligo Rovers on Friday night. Result aside, this game was overshadowed by serious injuries to players from both sides with eighteen additional first-half minutes played as a result of a serious clash of heads involving Sligo ‘keeper, Ed McGinty and his defender, Dante Leverock while “Bohs” centre-forward, Dinny Corcoran sustained a serious looking ankle injury.

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Buckley admits fortune after Dalymount win

Despite extending their uneaten run to seven games on Friday night with a 2-1 victory over Bohemians at Dalymount Park, Sligo Rovers manager Liam Buckley admitted his side were fortunate to come away with the three points in a game overshadowed by serious injuries to Bohemians Dinny Corcoran and Sligo defender, Dante Leverock.

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WATCH: Between the Stripes TV pre-season special

Featuring highlights and exclusive interviews from Dundalk V Longford Town, Athlone Town V Finn Harps, Bray Wanderers V Bohemians & Longford V Sligo Rovers, Kieran Burke & Jonathan Brier preview the new LOI season in depth with some wonderful insight, debate and analysis ahead of Friday's big kick-off. Featuring interviews with Neale Fenn, John Gill, Sean Gannon, Terry Butler, Liam Buckley, Dylan McGlade & Gary Cronin.

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"I want to hit double figures" says refreshed Town striker Dean Byrne

Fresh from a spell back with Harwicke Town, the club where Dean Byrne was first spotted by Longford Town boss Neale Fenn, the twenty-three-year-old striker talks exclusively to BetweenTheStripes.ie.

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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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Building bridges within the community is key to Irish clubs survival.

League of Ireland football has faced many challenges of criticism down the decades ranging from financial instability, outdated training facilities and stadia, a lack of advertising and perhaps most damming of all, little to no connection at many clubs between local communities and the clubs themselves.

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Darren Dennehy joins his brother Billy at Limerick FC

new Limerick FC boss Tommy Barrett has acted quickly in building a squad capable of competing in the Premier Division with the capture of former Cork City central defender Darren Dennehy on a one-year deal.

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