Brendan Graham

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Brendan Graham Info

Role: Reporter

Start Date: Nov. 1, 2017, 7 p.m.

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Brendan Graham has had a few stints with Extratime.ie and is back writing with them since November 2017.Brendan is a fan of Bohemian F.C and has been to most of the League of Ireland grounds around the country at this stage with a few left on the bucket list to pay a visit to this season. Brendan will also be contributing to the Cork City match programme this year for each home game at the Cross


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League Report: Peamount United 3 - 1 Shelbourne

With so much at stake in the fixture it was as expected in the opening stages with both sides happy to hold possession and not give too much away

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Jim Crawford pleased to finish campaign on a positive note

Jim Crawford pleased to finish campaign on a positive note

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Zack Elbouzedi eyes history as under-21s get set to host Iceland at Tallaght Stadium

Former Waterford winger Zack Elbouzedi and his Ireland under-21 teammates are on the cusp of history

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Champions League Report: Glasgow City 0 - 0 Peamount United (Glasgow City win 6-5 on penalties)

Both Aine O'Gorman and Jo Love missed penalties for their respective sides before Peamount United defender Lauryn O'Callaghan saw her penalty saved in sudden death, seeing Glasgow City advance to the next round

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Peamount captain Aine O'Gorman - We obviously have amateur status, but we have a very professional attitude

She has 104 caps for her country, an FAI Cup final hat-trick and prior Champions League experience against last year’s semi-finalists, Paris Saint-Germain.

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So I've made that decision to go and give it my all again and we'll see what happens - Rebecca Creagh on her recent move to Bohemians

Big things are happening in the last few months for Bohemian’s. This is their first ever season in the Women's National League. They picked up their first ever league point last month against DLR Waves and they played their first ...

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Four talking points from Ireland's Euro 2020 heartache away to Slovakia

Stephen Kenny summed up the feeling of an opportunity missed at full time when he said, “we deserved to win.” That may be pushing it slightly, but Ireland certainly didn’t deserve to lose

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Surreal experience for Stephen Kenny on debut game in empty stadium

Stephen Kenny described his first competitive match in charge of the Republic of Ireland as a 'surreal' experience with no fans in the stadium.

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Five talking points from Ireland's 1-1 draw away to Bulgaria

With pre-season only weeks old, just two full training sessions and a host of new players, new staff and new ideas, it's going to take time.

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Celtic confirm capture of Shane Duffy on season long loan

Ireland international defender Shane Duffy has completed his move to Scottish Premiership champions Celtic on a season long loan.

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'He is already instilling a real belief in each of us' - Darren Randolph reacts following Stephen Kenny's first training session

As Monday mornings go, today will have been a very exciting and special one for Stephen Kenny as he took to the Abbotstown pitches to take his first training session as the Republic of Ireland international team manager.

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'I think if your full back is scoring goals it's a really big asset - it's great value for Tottenham' - Stephen Kenny on Matt Doherty's move to Tottenham

Minutes before Stephen Kenny arrived for his first match week press conference on Sunday morning, Tottenham Hotspur officially confirmed their signing of Ireland international Matt Doherty.

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Vera Pauw: 'Going abroad, whatever it takes, is not my philosophy - you have to play to develop'

The Dutch coach repeatedly emphasised was the importance of each player getting regular game-time with their clubs.

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So who are FK Riteriai, Derry City's Europa League opponents?

They usually play their games at the LFF Stadium in Vilnius, a ground that has a capacity of just 5,067. They are currently working to extend this capacity to 8,000

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Shane Kingston: The commitment is getting absolutely fierce but if you want to win an All - Ireland that's the levels you have to reach

What a busy few years it has been for the Kingston household in Cork. Shane was in good spirits on Monday morning, when he joined the media for a call, having recently picked up his second consecutive Fitzgibbon Cup medal ...

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extratime.ie Sportscast - Playing under Sir Alex Ferguson, The Football Fun Factory and Mental Health as a footballer with Luke Chadwick

Luke Chadwick began his career as a footballer in the youth system of one of the biggest football clubs in the world, Manchester United.

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Jennifer Murphy – Combining love of Graphic design, Sport and Colouring Books

The power of the pencil is something that has brought Mayo lady Jennifer Murphy a career in illustration and graphic design all while maintaining a strong connection to her main passion and love in life, sport.

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Long Read - Wexford Youths' Lauren Kelly: 'It's not very often you get the opportunity to win a medal representing Ireland'

The Kildare native enjoyed an incredible 2019, helping Ireland to the semi-finals of the World University Games in Naples before competing with Youths in the Champions League groups in Lithuania.

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Stephen Kenny adds to his backroom team with Ruaidhri Higgins departing Dundalk to join the FAI

Stephen Kenny was announced as successor to Mick McCarthy at the start of April

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Long Read - Cavan and Collingwood AFL star Aishling Sheridan: 'We tried to explain to the girls in Oz that we don't play for money - they almost can't see the point'

Cavan footballer Aishling Sheridan capped off a memorable first season in the AFLW this week as she was voted Best First Year Player by her club Collingwood.

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Famous faces continue to get behind #HeadsUpVariety challenge

How would you like to win a football signed by Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo to name just a few?

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Tommy Walsh: For me the worry isn't about the players themselves, it's the risk of bringing it home to a family member with an underlying condition or an elderly parent

Kilkenny hurling legend Tommy Walsh believes it would be extremely hard to justify a return to GAA action without the discovery of a vaccine and reckons the main danger for the players would be the risk of bringing something home ...

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Long Read: Meath GAA's Vikki Wall - 'The routine is different - I try to keep things as normal as I can during such uncertain times'

With record numbers turning out to county trials at the start of the year and the team edging closer and closer each week to the hallowed turf of Division One, there are an awful lot of positives to be attached ...

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Jenny Egan: 'We want four, five, six-year olds and beyond to see as they are growing up, it's not women’s sport - it's just sport'

Jenny Egan is a canoeist from Lucan, County Dublin with multiple World Championship medals, a European Championship medal and multiple World Cup medals.

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FAI hopeful Ireland play-off to take place in November

The FAI are hopeful rather than certain that Ireland's crucial Eurpean Championship play-off semi final against Slovakia will take place in November

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