Bray Wanderers –v- Longford Town 7:45
Longford Town travel to the Carlisle Grounds to face Bray Wanderers.
Bray Wanderers enter this game determined to claim all three points. A win here could see them climb out of the relegation zone if results elsewhere go their way. The two week break may have given Bray the time to regroup and ensure that the rest of the season is more successful than the opening three months. Continue reading
The Football Association of Ireland have paid their respects to Bill O’Herlihy, who passed away last night aged 76.
The popular presenter was a household name for decades for his work on RTE’s football coverage since the early 1970s.
During his time with RTE, he covered ten World Cups and ten Olympic Games before retiring last Summer. Continue reading
Despite dominating throughout and creating chance after chance, Hibs were unable to claw back the two goals required to take the play-off semi final to extra time, and they will spend next season in the Scottish Championship.
Head Coach Alan Stubbs made one change to the starting XI that lost 2-0 in the first leg at Ibrox on Wednesday with Dylan McGeouch replacing Scott Robertson who dropped down to the bench. Continue reading
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Bohemians –v- Bray Wanderers 7:45
Bohemians host Bray Wanderers at Dalymount Park.
Bohemians will look to bounce back from their surprising 5-3 defeat against Galway last week. That result put a big dent in their title ambitions, leaving them 11 points behind. A win here will help make up for some lost ground, but Bohs must feel the title is beyond them at this point. Continue reading
Hibs hopes of promotion hang by a thread after losing 2-0 to Rangers at Ibrox tonight in the 1st leg of the play-off semi-finals.
Head Coach Alan Stubbs made two changes to the starting XI that beat Falkirk 18 days ago, with David Gray replacing the injured Fraser Forster and Fraser Fyvie taking over from Martin Boyle.
Since then, the Hibs players have had a week’s training session in Spain whilst Rangers have had two tough games at Palmerston and Ibrox. Continue reading