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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PFAI First Division Player of the Year nominees unveiled

Cabinteely’s Rob Manley, Drogheda United’s Chris Lyons and Dean Byrne of Longford Town have all been earmarked for the accolade

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PFAI First Division Player of the Year nominees unveiled

Cabinteely’s Rob Manley, Drogheda United’s Chris Lyons and Dean Byrne of Longford Town have all been earmarked for the accolade

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PFAI First Division Player of the Year nominees unveiled

Cabinteely’s Rob Manley, Drogheda United’s Chris Lyons and Dean Byrne of Longford Town have all been earmarked for the accolade

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PFAI First Division Player of the Year nominees unveiled

Cabinteely’s Rob Manley, Drogheda United’s Chris Lyons and Dean Byrne of Longford Town have all been earmarked for the accolade

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PFAI First Division Team of the Year released with five Longford and two Shelbourne representatives

Shelbourne duo Ryan Brennan and Luke Byrne have both made the cut, along with the Drogheda United pairing of Sean Brennan and Chris Lyons also making the side

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Stephen Christopher re-signs to the Galway cause for 2020

Christopher made the move to Corribside from Cobh Ramblers in August, where he made over 100 appearances for the Rams over a five-year stint

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Jack Lynch re-signs for Galway United ahead of the 2020 campaign

The 21-year-old full-back joined the Dyke Road outfit midway through the 2019 season, where he made nine appearances for Alan Murphy’s side

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WNL round-up: Shelbourne fight back to bring title race to the final day

Peamount secured a comfortable 8-0 win over DLR Waves – a result that forced the Reds to win over Youths as anything less than a Reds win would have handed Peas the league crown

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WNL Report: Shelbourne 2 - 1 Wexford Youths

The Reds fell behind in the first half thanks to a Lauren Kelly opener before Emily Whelan and Jamie Finn struck in the second half for Dave Bell’s side to bring the title race to the wire.

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Former Republic of Ireland boss Colin Bell appointed as South Korean Women's National Team boss on a three-year deal

Bell resigned from his position as manager of the Girls in Green in June, to take a role on Jan Siewert’s Huddersfield Town’s backroom team.

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Maciej Tarnogrodzki hopeful of staying on as UCD boss following the Students relegation to the First Division

Tarnogrodzki could only watch on as last year’s First Division winners were unable to maintain their top-flight status with the most unlikely of survival attempts

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Stephen Bradley pleased after comfortable win away to UCD

Goals from Joey O’Brien, Graham Cummins and Brandon Kavanagh set the Hoops on their way, with the Students inevitable relegation to the First Division finally being confirmed

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Gary Rogers signs contract extension with league winners Dundalk

38-year-old Rogers has secured 28 clean sheets this term, in a record breaking year for the Lilywhites

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League Preview: Sligo Rovers -v- Derry City

Derry City have won one of their previous four league outings – with a 4-0 win at home over Cork City being their only victory.

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Athlone Town reach Leinster Senior Cup final

The Blue and Black of the Midlands were due to face Bohemians in the semi-final, but that game appears to have been given as a win for the Midlander’s – with the Gypsies pulling out of the competition

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Watch: Cabinteely and Drogheda play out draw at Stradbrook in first-leg of promotion playoff

With no away goals counting, the second leg at United Park is shaping up to be a winner takes all finale, with the winner facing Finn Harps in the promotion/relegation playoff final

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Premier Division round-up: Bohs secure Europa League qualification while UCD's return to the First Division is confirmed

Neale Fenn’s Cork City sealed their second win on the spin with a win over league winners Dundalk, as Finn Harps made sure of their Playoff position with a win over Waterford at Finn Park

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League Report: UCD 0 - 3 Shamrock Rovers

UCD's brief one year stay in the Premier Division came to a shuddering halt after suffering a 3-0 defeat at home to Shamrock Rovers in their penultimate game of the season.

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League Preview: Cork City -v- Dundalk

Vinny Perth’s Lilywhites have only conceded nine goals away from home in the league all season, while also scoring 30 on their travels.

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League Play-Off Preview: Cabinteely -v- Drogheda United

Since Cabinteely’s introduction to the League of Ireland in 2015, the sides have met on ten occasions, with Drogheda winning four, Cabinteely winning three and there also being three draws

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Patrick Hoban extends Dundalk stay by a further two years

Currently, in his second spell at the club, Hoban has scored 93 goals for the Lilywhites in 165 appearances.

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Jack Brady makes Shels return after three years away from Tolka Park

Brady makes his return to Tolka Park having been away from the club over the past three campaigns, with stints at both Longford and most recently, Limerick

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