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All we want is attacking football!

So Shamrock Rovers are in turmoil again with another managerial casualty in Pat Fenlon, a man widely expected to restore the club to some sort of glory again following the short and disastrous reigns of Stephen Kenny and Trevor Croly and since Michael O’Neill’s contract wasn’t renewed in 2011, following two successive titles and the historic qualification to that year’s Europa League group stages. 1,059 more words

Scottish Cup Final: Hibernian 0-3 Celtic player ratings

CELTIC recorded a first double under manager Neil Lennon after following up the SPL title with the Scottish Cup at a packed Hampden Park on Sunday. 1,566 more words


Under fire managers meet at CCS on Saturday

Two under-fire managers will meet on the sidelines at City Calling Stadium, this Saturday evening, as Pat Fenlon brings his stuttering Shamrock Rovers to bottom of the table Longford Town. 1,743 more words

Match Previews

Gary Shaw speaks to 'Between the Stripes' ahead of "CCS" return

Signing for Tony Cousins Longford Town in January, 2012, nobody could have ever predicted Gary Shaw would go onto become one of the Midland clubs all-time fans favorites. 2,468 more words


Party Poopers

An article I wrote for Hoops Scene in August 2014:

April 2, 1989 was supposed to be coronation day for the most successful manager ever in the domestic game. 646 more words

Shamrock Rovers

Dundalk's rivals look set to Luas out on the title

Credit to local Dundalk supporter Ruairí Murphy, son of club historian Jim, who came up with this hilarious picture in the build-up to tomorrow’s clash between the Lilywhites and Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium. 102 more words