Andrew Dempsey

Reporter


Andrew Dempsey Info

Role: Reporter

Start Date: Oct. 29, 2016, 7:34 p.m.

Email: andrewdempsey921@gmail.com

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Andrew joined Extratime.ie in October 2016 and he is a Dublin-based Longford Town supporter still dreaming of watching another back-to-back winning FAI Cup side bring back the famous old trophy to the Midlands. As well as writing for Extratime.ie, Andrew is also a contributor for fellow League of Ireland website Between the Stripes alongside being an online reporter for Longford Town’s official website and he also frequently has feature pieces in the Red and Black’s matchday programme.


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Glentoran sign versatile Polish midfielder Lukasz Gwiazda

The versatile 24-year-old can play in midfield while also being comfortable in the forward position,s which will be a crucial asset to the Oval sides cause for the second half of the season.

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Dungannon Swifts striker Daniel Hughes extends contract to 2021

Hughes has score three goals in twelve league appearances for the Swifts this season despite struggling with injury for much of the campaign so far.

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Portadown sign former Northern Irish International Marty Bradley

Northern Irish Championship side Portadown have announced the signature of former Northern Ireland Junior International Marty Bradley as the Shamrock Park outfit look to return to the Premiership at the first time of asking.

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Shane O’Connor commits to his fourth year at St Colman’s Park

28-year-old midfielder Shane O’Connor has re-signed with Cobh Ramblers for his fourth year at the club.

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Harkin re-joins the Candystripes as Doherty moves the other way to Coleraine

Derry City have confirmed the swap deal which sees Ciaron Harkin return to the Brandywell for 2019 from Coleraine while Ben Doherty heads the other way after a spell on loan with NIFL Premiership side Glenavon.

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Galway re-sign youngster Dara Costelloe

Galway United have confirmed that their exciting 16-year-old winger Dara Costelloe has re-signed for the club after a strong 2018 from the Limerick native.

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Watch: Michael Obafemi scores first senior goal and becomes Southampton's youngest Premier League scorer

Obafemi slid a well-placed strike from close range past Huddersfield ‘keeper Jonas Losslafter some superb down the right-wing by Nathan Redmond found the promising Irish International.

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Newly-promoted Finn Harps re-sign Maltese international Jacob Borg

Borg played in defence and in midfield as Ollie Horgan’s side sealed a return to the Premier Division at the expense of Limerick in the play-offs.

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Stephen Walsh signs back for a seventh season with Galway United

Walsh, who is in his third spell with his hometown club, is well aware of what is expected at the club following his arrival to the club in 2010 from local side Galway Hibernians.

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Cliftonville sign former Bray and Drogheda defender Joe Gorman

Gorman, 24, joins the Reds as Cliftonville look to consolidate their spot in the Championship Group of the NIFL Premiership in the coming months.

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Connor re-signs with Waterford for 2019

Waterford FC have confirmed that their young goalkeeper Matthew Connor has re-signed for another year at the club ahead of the 2019 season.

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Kevin Knight joins First Division promotion hopefuls Longford Town

Longford Town have confirmed the signature of former Cabinteely defender Kevin Knight on a one-year deal at the City Calling Stadium.

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Burke, Logue and Place sign new Finn Harps deals

Recently promoted Finn Harps have confirmed that the trio of Peter Burke, Niall Logue and Mikey Place have all committed for 2019 at Finn Park on the Harps return to the Premier Division.

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Cretaro joins Premier Division new boys Finn Harps

Newly promoted Premier Division side Finn Harps have landed a major transfer coup in the name of Raffaele Cretaro for the 2019 season.

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Drennan and Miele join the Saints as Maher re-signs until 2020

Former Shamrock Rovers duo Mikey Drennan and Brandon Miele have joined St. Patrick’s Athletic as Harry Kenny looks to improve the Saints for the upcoming 2019 campaign.

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Deasy signs for Premier Division bound Finn Harps

Newly promoted Finn Harps have announced the signing of former Drogheda United full-back Colm Deasy ahead of their return to the Premier Division in 2019.

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Shelbourne snap up full back Aidan Friel from promoted Harps

Friel joins an exciting array of talent at the Tolka Park outfit as Ian Morris, in his first job in senior management, looks to propel Shels back to the top tier of Irish football.

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Robbie Williams returns to Limerick in expanded role

The club have also confirmed new deals for younsters Karl O’Sullivan and Aaron Fitzgerald for the coming 2019 season.

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Teenagers Adam Rooney and Colin Kelly sign new deals with Galway United

Rooney made his first team debut for the Tribesmen in April this year in a 1-0 Connacht Derby defeat to Sligo Rovers at Eamonn Deacy Park in the EA Sports Cup.

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Youngsters Maurice Nugent and Wilson Waweru sign back with Galway United for 2019

The announcement comes days after the Tribesmen announced Conor Barry and Conor Melody are to stay at the club for the forthcoming campaign.

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Relegated Bray Wanderers make statement of intent with capture of Keegan and Daly from Waterford

Former Shamrock Rovers defender Sean Heaney also re-signs for the Seagulls having impressed in spite of last season’s relegation to the second tier.

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Doherty heads to the NI Premiership to sign with Crusaders

NIFL Premiership side Crusaders have signed Derry City legend Ger Doherty after the 37-year-old spent ten years of service with the Candystripes.

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Oscar Brennan: I had no real pedigree if you'd like as a schoolboy, to come from that into a professional league was great

2019 is shaping up to be a massive year for Shelbourne in the First Division. However, despite the early optimism, the new arrivals at the club will be acutely aware that nothing will come easy in next year’s second tier.

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Kelly, Russell, Barry and Foley all commit to the Limerick cause for 2019

Limerick FC manager Tommy Barrett has made his first raft of signings for the club on their return to the First Division with Shaun Kelly, Sean Russell, Ger Barry and Adam Foley all committing to the Shannonsiders cause for 2019.

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Seamus Sharkey swaps Sligo Rovers for Glenavon

28-year-old Isle of Man native Seamus Sharkey has made the move from Premier Division side Sligo Rovers to join up with Northern Irish side Glenavon in the NIFL Premiership.

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