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FAI Cup Football Ireland Keith Long

Perception is not Often Reality

“We haven’t had a cup run at all in my time here. I’m pleased tonight that we’ve won, the attitude of the players was spot on, we’d like to enjoy tonight and next week look forward to the Rovers game,” beamed Bohs boss, Keith Long after their seven-nil annihilation of Wexford at Ferrycarrig Park on […]

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FAI Cup Football Ireland League of Ireland Stephen Kenny UEFA Cup

Stephen Kenny Reveals he was asked to Sign his Successor at Bohs

Friday 28 July 2004 marks a strange anniversary of sorts. On this day, 13 years ago, Stephen Kenny was sacked as manager of Bohemian Football Club, following their elimination from the UEFA Cup at the hands of Levadia Tallinn. Kenny recently made a startling revelation about the circumstances in the lead up to the tie […]

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FAI Cup Football Ireland

Seagulls a Bridge Too Far for United

Bray Wanderers 2-0 Killester United (Douglas 7’, Scully 58’) Bray overcame non-league Killester United to advance to the semi-finals of the FAI Cup at a rain-swept Carlisle Grounds. For the second round in a row, Bray scored early in the game and eliminated a team in red n’ black stripes. This time however, there was no […]

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FAI Cup Football Ireland

Harps Ease Through Cup Exam

Belgrove/Home Farm FC 0-1 Finn Harps (McCann 8′) The outcome of this Ford FAI Cup second round tie, set in the leafy suburbs of Glasnevin, was settled by a harsh decision after 18 minutes. Referee, Simon Rogers, following what looked to be a full blooded 50/50 challenge between Belgrove/Home Farm’s Conor O’Keeffe and Finn Harps’ […]