Andrew Dempsey


Andrew Dempsey Info

Role: Reporter

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


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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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Cabo handed boost as Eoin Massey re-signs for 2020

The talented youngster enjoyed a breakthrough 2019, making 25 league appearances for the Green and White’s on their unfancied promotion hunt

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Irish international Glenn Whelan joins Fleetwood Town after Hearts exit

Whelan joins Joey Barton’s charges after seeing his contract at Hearts come to an end last week, as he joined fellow Irishman Jake Mulraney in leaving the club

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Derry City sign Norwegian forward Tim Nilsen

The 27-year-old joins the Candystripes after impressing during Wednesday’s friendly win over Finn Harps at the Brandywell

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St Patrick's Athletic sign Scottish forward Martin Rennie

Rennie joins the Saints from Montrose, as he scored 14 league goals last season for the Scottish League One outfit

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Waterford snap up Brentford midfielder Ali Cootes

21-year-old Cootes joins the Blues having played for the Bees since 2017, after joining from Dundee United

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Darragh Burns pens two-year professional deal with the Saints

Burns made his Saints first-team debut against Chelsea in July, as Frank Lampard’s Blues eased to a four-nil win

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League of Ireland stalwart Kenny Browne confirms retirement

The former Cork City and Waterford defender confirmed his retirement saying; “That’s it, boots in the bin. Thanks for the support and abuse over the years. I loved it

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Former Ireland underage international Louie Barry joins Aston Villa from Barcelona

Barry played for the Boys in Green at under-16 level previously as the 16-year-old has impressed through the ranks

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Cabinteely duo Jack Hudson and Peter Quinlan re-sign for 2020

Hudson enjoyed a breakthrough 2019 with the Green and White’s having come through the club’s underage system

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Ryan Johansson pens six-year contract with Sevilla

Johansson has been the subject of intense scrutiny regarding his international future, with the Luxembourg born midfielder having played for three nations already

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Longford Town sign Cliftonville defender Joe Gorman

Gorman featured in the Red and Black’s two-goal defeat against Bohemians on Tuesday evening as a trialist, and he has since signed his name on the dotted line with Daire Doyle’s charge

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Wexford snap up former UCD under-19 Charlie Smith

Smith joins the Slaneysiders from the Belfield outfit, having joined the Students in 2016. While at the club, he advanced to the club’s under-19s where he was to remain

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Cameron Dummigan joins Crusaders on loan from Premier Division Dundalk

Dummigan joins the Crues following the arrival of Darragh Leahy to the Oriel Park outfit, with Dane Massey and the Irish under-21 left to fight it out for the full-back position

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Darren Meenan re-signs for Athlone as Adrian Carberry's side take shape for 2020

News of Meenan’s re-signing for the Blue and Black of the Midlands follows the news that John Morgan has also re-joined

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Wexford appoint Mokhtar Addani as club's new Academy Director

Addani joins the Slaneysiders set-up in an Academy Director capacity having worked with the club for a number of years in the underage grades

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Premier Division Sligo Rovers confirm 'significant partnership' with Avantcard

The new partnership will see the Leitrim-based lender becoming the primary sponsor of the Bit O’ Red for two years

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FAI appoint Gary Owens as interim CEO

The crisis-ridden organisation have also confirmed that the process to commence a recruitment process to appoint a new CEO has begun

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Galway WFC issue statement saying 'a four or five team Under-19s league is not in the best interests of our club and players'

The Galway Girls had been due to enter a side into a future Under-19s Women’s underage league in 2020 – but they have since withdrawn their name from the fold

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Limerick FC eligible to apply for SSE Airtricity League licence, the FAI confirm

A statement from the FAI read; “The Football Association of Ireland confirms that Limerick Football Club can apply for a licence to compete in the SSE Airtricity League First Division and the underage leagues for the 2020 season

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Portadown unveil trio of signings ahead of promotion run-in

McVeigh joins the Ports from Linfield, McAdams on loan from Glasgow Rangers while Stephen Murray joins from local rivals Glenavon

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Ciaran Kelly joins Bohemians from Dublin rivals St Patrick's Athletic

The central defender joins Keith Long’s charges having departed the Athletic at the end of the 2019 campaign

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Boost for Cobh as Kevin Taylor and forward Brian Murphy re-sign for 2020

News of Taylor’s return will be a welcome boost for Stuart Taylor’s Rams who have been active in the transfer market in recent weeks

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Irish international Keeva Keenan signs pro deal with Celtic

The Irish international has earned two caps for Vera Pauw’s Girls in Green, as they look to secure qualification for their first ever major championship

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Former Irish international Simon Cox makes move to join Western Sydney Wanderers

Cox has made 30 appearances for the Boys in Green, with the 32-year-old making his international debut in 2011

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Craig Sexton appointed as new Shelbourne assistant manager for 2020

Sexton joins Shels boss Ian Morris on the Reds backroom team having impressed in his role as Bohemians under-19 manager

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