Off the back of his roadtrip to a Welsh Premier League game earlier this season, Kieran Burke tells us why the LOI should take lessons from a league very similar in stature and challenges at a time when the LOI is looking to rebrand itself.Read More
Speaking exclusively on Series 3-Episode 14 of Between the Stripes LOI podcast last night, Shelbourne boss Ian Morris revealed he is one of an ever growing number of League of Ireland managers that favors the instillation of pitch-side cameras in order to record exchanges involving match-officials and members of clubs technical staff.Read More
Derry City’s on loan attacking sensation, Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe revealed exclusively on last nigh't’s Series 3-Episode 14 of Between the Stripes LOI podcast that a deal is very “close to being agreed “ between the “Candystripes” and his parent club, Colchester United, over an extension to his current loan deal.Read More
As we roll into week five of the new domestic football season, the usual surge in attendances associated with the start of a new campaign has once again been prevalent throughout the country. However, this year it seems to be different. Traditionally, the early season buzz would soon fade away, and quite rapidly in some cases, with only those maintaining a position at the top of the table maintaining any sort of swell in attendance and interest figures.
However, this season the general excitement levels and interest in the League of Ireland seems to have found an extended breath to kickstart the 2019 campaign. Already this season we have seen sold out signs erected at the likes of Dalymount Park, Richmond Park and this weekend it seems the Brandywell will do like wise as the defending Champions, Dundalk visit Derry City. But why the extended period of seemingly main stream interest in the league?Read More
Betweenthestripes.ie are delighted to welcome Flomax.ie back on board across all of our digital platforms as sponsors for the forthcoming 2019 League of Ireland season.Read More