Andrew Dempsey


Andrew Dempsey Info

Role: Reporter

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

Email: [email protected]

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Andrew joined 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, 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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Cobh Ramblers re-sign trio ahead of 2020

The trio re-sign for the club in the wake of the news that Charlie Lyons has also extended his stay at S Colman’s Park

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Mark Timlin extends Finn Harps stay

Harps stayed up by the skin of their teeth at the conclusion of the 2019 season – with a win over Drogheda United

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American Will Seymore joins Liam Buckley's Sligo ahead of 2020 campaign

Seymour joins the Bit O’Red after a stint with both Reno 1868 and FC Cincinnati, having featured in the middle of the park with former Sligo star Richie Ryan at the former

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Longford Town's Luke Dennison: 'It's not one of the top countries to play in Europe, but it has exceeded my expectations'

Jake Keegan, Chris Konopka, Morgan Langley and Ryan Guy are all remembered for making their respective mark on the league, and Longford’s Dennison will be hoping to make similar

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Conor McDermott makes Cliftonville move permanent from Derry City

The full-back joined the Reds on loan from the Candystripes in June – where he has suitably impressed at Solitude

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Cork unveil double signing of Rob Slevin and Charlie Fleming

Cork City have confirmed the double signing of defenders Rob Slevin and Charlie Fleming on one-year deals.

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Mikey Place leaves Harps to make Galway arrival

The 21-year-old proved his weight in gold in 2018 in Ballybofey, scoring 10 goals on Harps way to promotion

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Harkin extends Harps stay for 2020

Harkin endured an injury-ravaged 2019 at Finn Park, and he is the first to put pen to paper on a new deal with the Co. Donegal outfit ahead of next season

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Yuta Sasaki departs Cabinteely to make return to Japan

While at the Green and Whites, Sasaki made 13 appearances for Pat Devlin’s side – scoring three times

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FAI reveal net current liabilities of over 55 million euro, with a 8.9 million euro deficit recorded in 2018

The governing body of football have posted net current liabilities of €55,067,472, after details of the worrying developments within the FAI emerged earlier this year

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Donal Conway to step down in role as FAI President

The FAI board will take nominations for the vacant role over the next 30 day

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Dalymount Park to host 'Bohs in Europe' presentation

However, this talk will focus on Bohs early European adventures, focusing on foreign tours as well as challenge matches in Dalymount that took place through the 1920s and 30s

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Ciaran O’Connor joins Glentoran after Warrenpoint departure

O’Connor started off at Oriel Park with Dundalk, before joining Warrenpoint, Derry City, Finn Harps and Bohemians on loan from the Lilywhites

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Longford Town boss Daire Doyle: 'I think we have the potential to achieve something special and that will be the aim going forward'

Doyle was confirmed as the club’s new permanent boss in the wake of Neale Fenn’s departure in August last month, and he has been busy getting to work on his squad for 2020

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Tiarnan Mulvenna named new Dundalk under-17 boss

Mulvenna had previously been in charge of the club’s under-15 side – a post he had held for three years previous at Oriel Park

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Republic of Ireland under-19s and 17s learn qualifier fate

The draw, hosted in Nyon, was also made for the 2021 UEFA Under-17 Qualifying Round with Ireland to host Slovakia, Northern Ireland and Estonia next October

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Former Liverpool forward Glen McAuley makes Dalymount switch

McAuley spent the closing months of the 2019 campaign with St Patrick’s Athletic, where he scored once in eight appearances for the Saints

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Lee Grace signs three-year contact extension as Hoops provide squad update ahead of 2020

Bradley was speaking to RTÉ’s Game On, where he revealed that Grace had rejected three offers from elsewhere to re-sign for the FAI Cup holders

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Experienced midfielder Sean Brennan re-signs for Drogheda

33-year-old Brennan was a key performer for the Boynesiders this term, making 32 appearances for Tim Clancy’s side

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John Ross Wilson joins Bray from Shelbourne

The full-back joins Gary Cronin’s side after enduring an injury ravaged year at Tolka Park, as his fine start was put to bed by a niggling injury

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Republic of Ireland under-19 international Andrew Omobamidele signs first pro deal with Norwich

Dubliner Omobamidele made the move across to Carrow Road in 2018 – after impressing with Leixlip United

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Hyland and Hughes ink new Drogheda deals for 2020

Hughes re-signs for Tim Clancy’s side after an impressive 2019 at United Park, making 23 appearances and scoring once

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Longford Town confirm re-signing of midfielder Jack Doherty

Doherty made his second debut for Longford away to Limerick in a 3-1 defeat at the Markets Field – after returning to the club following an ill-fated 2015 with the Midlander’s

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WATCH: Former Lilywhite Kurtis Byrne nets as TNS seal record-breaking away win over Airbus UK

Byrne netted with just over ten minutes to play to round off the scoring for TNS, who sealed a record-breaking away win in the Welsh Premier League

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