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Full time reaction podcast to Dundalk FC's SSE Airticity League matches. This fan led show encompasses fan reaction , community, as well as special appearances from former players and managers. The Town End Podcast chatting all things Lilywhite!
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Gutter Boys

JB & Cam

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Join two comic creators, JB Roe and Cam del Rosario, as they navigate the comic business from the ground floor and discuss the minor highs and deep, endless lows of writing, drawing, and self-publishing comic books. Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Email us at gutterboyspodcast@gmail.com and we'll read it on the next episode. Give the Gutter Boys a follow on Instagram and Twitter: JB: @mortcrimpjr Cam: @camdelrosario Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gutterboys/s ...
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Hosts Paddy Mac and Alvaro talk about anything and everything on The Salvation Show Podcast. Listen in on lighthearted cheeky fun that should leave you in a good mood. Also available to watch on Youtube.
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Createschool.ie presents the long running Songschool Show which is recorded in Irish schools by Transition Year Students & showcases their songs. In Speak about the Spark we meet artistic people and talk their creativity. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A football podcast from Ireland. A deep dive into the featured articles, photography and illustrations in Póg Mo Goal Magazine with co-editor James Carew. Intro Music by White Collar Boy. Issue 6 of Póg Mo Goal Magazine is now available at www.pogmogoal.bigcartel.com
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The LOI Blog Podcast

League of Ireland Blog Podcast

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The LOI Blog Podcast is the official Podcast for the League of Ireland Blog, which currently has almostt 3,000 subscribers on facebook. In this Podcast we will be looking at all things Irish football, and focusing our attention on the League of Ireland. You can contact us on facebook by searching 'The LOI Blog' or on twitter @TheLOIBlog The show's presenters are Kevin Galvin and David Kent, who are both Cork City fans but manage to somehow keep their bias out of the show! Follow them on Twit ...
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A rollercoaster week sees Brian Gartland leave the club to be followed by recently appointed manager Noel King. The end of King's short lived reign opens an opportunity for the return of Golden Era boss Stephen Kenny, hopes which are swiftly dashed by his arrival at St Patrick's Athletic. Managerless Dundalk conclude a crazy week with a injury time…
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So where do we start? The lads reflect on the maddest week of League of Ireland news since last week, with the Stephen Kenny flirtation with a League of Ireland return prompting a review of our St Patrick's Athletic perceptions. Noel King's 25 day stint as Dundalk manager is over, but the legacy of the day may be a tweet that the internet will neve…
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So where do we start? The lads reflect on the maddest week of League of Ireland news since last week, with the Stephen Kenny flirtation with a League of Ireland return prompting a review of our St Patrick's Athletic perceptions. Noel King's 25 day stint as Dundalk manager is over, but the legacy of the day may be a tweet that the internet will neve…
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David, Shane and Gavin are on hand to discuss a busy news week in the League of Ireland. David provides the latest update on St. Pats' quest to bring Stephen Kenny on board, the lads discuss Dundalk's slump over the last three years and Gavin thinks Seamus Coleman's time at Goodison Park may well be over. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for …
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It's Saint Stephens Day and he's back on the grass. Our unexpected Episode 15 captures the events of the last 24 hours with analysis of the Stephen Kenny appointment, his opening press conference and badly photoshopped send ups of a certain Independent sportswriter. There's old magazines, more Brian Kerr chat, Stephen O'Donnell not in the nip, the …
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It's Saint Stephens Day and he's back on the grass. Our unexpected Episode 15 captures the events of the last 24 hours with analysis of the Stephen Kenny appointment, his opening press conference and badly photoshopped send ups of a certain Independent sportswriter. There's old magazines, more Brian Kerr chat, Stephen O'Donnell not in the nip, the …
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The crisis deepens at Oriel park as Dundalk begin the week with a record 10 match ban for Goalkeeper George Shelvey for comments made to the referee after the Louth Derby and concludes with a timid performance in the south east which sees Waterford put 4 past the Lilywhites once again porous defence. The weekend concludes with an open letter from f…
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Gutter Boys is back (for real) and we're joined with a much anticipated guest - LA-based cartoonist Jas Hice. This one has been in the works for a while now, so it's nice to be back on your feed with her in the cut. We talk about her newest comic Bizarre Intricate Courtship, our shared love for southern cuisine, her development as a cartoonist, and…
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Dan is back, although he's been outdone by producer Derek on the travel front as we attempt to sprint through the events of another manic week but find the path blocked by some substantial news hurdles. What does Jon Daly's departure say about St Patrick's Athletic? How will Stephen O'Donnell function as Alan Reynolds assistant? Is it 'Noel King's …
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Dan is back, although he's been outdone by producer Derek on the travel front as we attempt to sprint through the events of another manic week but find the path blocked by some substantial news hurdles. What does Jon Daly's departure say about St Patrick's Athletic? How will Stephen O'Donnell function as Alan Reynolds assistant? Is it 'Noel King's …
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A spirited Dundalk match league leaders Shelbourne but ultimately fail to turn possession into goals leaving the Oriel clash with the league leaders as a 0-0 stalemate. A promising start to the weekend ends deflatingly with a very damaging defeat to 10 man Drogheda United. Jethren Barr's 76 minute dismissal followed by Jamie Gullen's set piece equa…
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In this week's episode of The Press Box, Craig and James look back on a disappointing Louth Derby defeat away to 10 man Drogheda Utd which leaves Noel King's side five points adrift of their local rivals at the bottom of the table. There's also a look ahead to this weekend's trip to face Waterford at the RSC while James catches up with club owner B…
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David Sneyd is joined by Shane Keegan and Gavin Cooney to discuss a bumper Bank Holiday weekend of action in the League of Ireland. The lads react live to the news that Jon Daly has been relived of his duties by St. Patrick's Athletic while they also take a look across the water at the fortunes of Manchester United ahead of their Wembley Cup final …
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In this week's episode of The Press Box, Craig and James look back on Dundalk's first victory of the season against Bohemians and the winning start for new boss Noel King. There's also a look ahead to this weekend's crunch double header at home to Shelbourne at Oriel Park on Friday night and away to Drogheda Utd on Monday. All that, and more, on th…
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Like Eric B. and Rakim, Sonny and Cher, and The White Stripes, all good duets must come to an end, if even only for a week. Don't fret listeners as soon as the sponsorship cash rolls in Dan will be back strumming harder than Garfunkel in Central Park next week. So for one week only Garry Doyle steps into the virtual studio to mull over the season s…
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Like Eric B. and Rakim, Sonny and Cher, and The White Stripes, all good duets must come to an end, if even only for a week. Don't fret listeners as soon as the sponsorship cash rolls in Dan will be back strumming harder than Garfunkel in Central Park next week. So for one week only Garry Doyle steps into the virtual studio to mull over the season s…
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David Sneyd is joined by Gavin Cooney and Shane Keegan on this week's Football Family podcast. David reports back from his visit to Tolka Park as Shels beat St. Pats on Friday night. The lads discuss Mark O'Mahony's rise at Brighton which has earned him big praise from Roberto de Zerbi. While they also look at Jurgen Klopp and Mo Salah's sideline a…
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New boss Noel King enjoys a dream debut as a rejuvenated Dundalk play with an energy and dynamism conspicuous only by its absence on previous outings this season. The formerly shot shy Lilywhites pepper the Bohemians goal with attempts on target and score two high quality goal. A Zak Johnston inspired defence keeps Bohs at bay while George Shelvey'…
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Shane Keegan joins Gavin Cooney on this week's Football Family podcast. They reflect on Damien Duff's strong post-match comments about Shane Farrell, while Gavin gives a first-hand report on the condition of the pitch at Tolka Park on Monday. Shane and Gavin discuss the need for investment in LOI academies, while they look back on Marc Canham's rec…
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There's an eerie flashback feeling to Episode 11. The Dundalk news has stunned our two hosts with Dan doing all he can to avoid crashing his car when he hears that Noel King has been entrusted with Dundalk's survival. Our listeners have stuffed our Collar & Cuff mailbag fuller than something something as we try to digest the big news of the week wi…
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There's an eerie flashback feeling to Episode 11. The Dundalk news has stunned our two hosts with Dan doing all he can to avoid crashing his car when he hears that Noel King has been entrusted with Dundalk's survival. Our listeners have stuffed our Collar & Cuff mailbag fuller than something something as we try to digest the big news of the week wi…
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In this week's episode of The Press Box, Craig and James discuss the appointment of Noel King as the new Dundalk FC manager and the fall-out of it leaking last Friday night in the walk of the side's 1-1 draw away to Sligo Rovers. The lads also look back on that game and ahead to this Friday's visit of Bohemians to Oriel Park. All that, and more, in…
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A seismic week at Oriel Park as veteran Noel King is announced as the shock replacement for Stephen O'Donnell as Dundalk's new manager. Meanwhile the Lilywhites take 1 point from 6 on the road with defeat to Bohs and a 1-1 draw to Sligo Rovers as chances and goals remain at a premium. EP 158 looks for the positives in King's appointment, discusses …
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As Mister Sun makes a rare appearance, we say goodbye to an FAI chief and look at mythical leaks and manager rumours doing the rounds. On the back of Bohs' two wins we talk to James Akintunde after his winning goal and he tells us about hanging with his boys in Dunboyne. We delve into the Dundalk goal drought before heading to the chip vans around …
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As Mister Sun makes a rare appearance, we say goodbye to an FAI chief and look at mythical leaks and manager rumours doing the rounds. On the back of Bohs' two wins we talk to James Akintunde after his winning goal and he tells us about hanging with his boys in Dunboyne. We delve into the Dundalk goal drought before heading to the chip vans around …
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In this week's episode of The Press Box, Craig and James look back on another weekend without a Dundalk goal following a scoreless draw at home to St Patrick's Athletic on Friday followed by a 1-0 loss away to Bohemians on Monday. There's also a look ahead to the trip to The Showgrounds this Friday to face Sligo Rovers and an update on where the ma…
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David Sneyd is joined by Shane Keegan to chew over the big news from Abbotstown that Jonathan Hill is to leave his post as FAI CEO. Shane discusses the reasons why he never felt Hill was the right man for the job. The former Cobh Ramblers manager also gives his thoughts on Alan Reynolds' start to life as Bohs boss and the lads talk about the Premie…
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An eventful week in Oriel Park see's Stephen O'Donnell's reign come to an end as the former Captain is relieved of his duties as manager. Under the caretaker management of Brain Gartland and Liam Burns the Lilywhites show improved energy and endeavour to earn a 0 - 0 draw against St Patricks Athletic. Ep 157 discusses the highs and lows of O'Donnel…
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On a very special episode, we talk about the very real phenomenon of "Trump Derangement Syndrome" , where DEI, or Diversity Equity and Inclusion, has gotten us, and Urban Ninja might just have to f*ck SquigY0's wife. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/teachmejutsu/support…
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As Hildegarde whips up a storm in Leinster house, storms play havoc with pitches and we finally realise that 8 seasons of this malarkey is completely redundant in the face of the Damien Duff renaissance, there's a gloomy outlook to this weeks pod. Ciaran Kilduff drops in to our Oliver Marketing studio to dissect the big news story of Stephen O'Donn…
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As Hildegarde whips up a storm in Leinster house, storms play havoc with pitches and we finally realise that 8 seasons of this malarkey is completely redundant in the face of the Damien Duff renaissance, there's a gloomy outlook to this weeks pod. Ciaran Kilduff drops in to our Oliver Marketing studio to dissect the big news story of Stephen O'Donn…
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In this week’s episode of The Press Box, Craig and James are joined by LOI Central’s Johnny Ward to discuss Stephen O’Donnell’s dismissal as Dundalk FC manager. The lads discuss whether it was the right call, where it went wrong for the 38-year-old and whether the club can lift themselves off the bottom following his departure - starting with this …
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David Sneyd is joined by Shane Keegan and Gavin Cooney on this week's Football Family podcast. They discuss the Premier League title race following Liverpool's draw at Old Trafford, Gavin reports back from his trip to Metz as Ireland were beaten by France in their Women's Euro Qualifier and the lads reflect on today's news that Stephen O'Donnell ha…
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Dundalk's nightmare start to the season continues with another heavy defeat on the road against Derry City. Without a win in their opening 8 games Dundalk begin brightly before conceding a series of soft goal as Derry stroll to an easy victory. A late Ryan O'Kane consolation repeats a now familiar pattern. Ep 156 discusses where things have gone wr…
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