Gareth O'Reilly

Chief Editor


Gareth O'Reilly Info

Role: Chief Editor

Start Date: June 2, 2013, 1 p.m.

Email: [email protected]

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Gareth is the Editor of Extratime.ie. Gareth began as a normal reporter covering games all over Dublin before being asked to help out with behind the scene activities and eventually moving into the role of Editor prior to the start of the 2016 season. Some have said this was a seemless transition taking over from our owner and chief who shares the same great name.

Gareth has covered many games both male and female and even has experience covering underage tournaments such as the Galway Cup. Gareth has also attended many high profile internationals such as Ireland's famous win over Germany back in 2015. Where were you when Shane Long put the ball in the Germans net?

Gareth also had the pleasure of being part of the Extratime Team that traveled to France in the summer of 2016 to cover the European Championships. A truly memorable experience.

Today, Gareth isn't seen in as many press boxes as he once was as his time is mostly spent locked in a dark room also known as Extratime HQ where he busily runs the madness that is Extratime's Friday nights operation. He will also upload many articles throughout the week while also dealing with the PRO's of League of Ireland clubs on a daily basis. Ongoing recruitment is also high on Gareth's list of roles and if you are interested in getting involved don't forget to e-mail him at [email protected]


Gareth O'Reilly's Articles

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Finn Harps release historic Finn Park video as they continue attempts to raise 30K

Finn Harps have released an iconic video featuring some classic moments from the past in the hope of furthering their call to fund important improvement works needed for Finn Park.

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Jim Crawford's first game as Ireland U21 boss set for September

Jim Crawford’s first game as Republic of Ireland U21 Manager will come in a friendly away to Slovenia in September.

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Gallery: Zara Foley training in isolation

With a hopeful restart of football not too far away, our photographer David Ribeiro headed out for one last training in isolation photoshoot. This time Zara Foley from Cork City Women's FC was the latest player to take part.

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Republic of Ireland U17 goalkeeper Dan Rose signs for Schalke

Ireland U17 international Dan Rose has signed for Schalke after rejecting a new contract with his current club Everton.

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Uefa announce change to U21 European Championship Finals structure

Uefa confirmed today at a meeting of their Executive Committee, that due to the Covid-19 pandemic reshaping the footballing calendar, there would be a change to the structure for the U21 European Championships due to be held in 2021.

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Finn Harps announce fundraising campaign in the hope of hosting League of Ireland games when season resumes

Finn Harps have confirmed their intention to apply to host a number of games when the League of Ireland season finally resumes.

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All Five of Ireland's representatives in Europe recieve Uefa licenses

The FAI’s Club licensing committee has confirmed that Derry City, Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians and Dundalk have all been awarded Uefa licenses ahead of their European fixtures later this summer.

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Latest round of Covid-19 tests on Bohemians players confirmed as negative

The FAI have confirmed that the latest round of Covid-19 tests carried out on Bohemians’ players and staff have all returned negative results.

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Waterford boss Alan Reynolds departs

Waterford have confirmed the departure of their First Team Manager Alan Reynolds.

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Former Republic of Ireland underage player Mark O'Brien forced to retire at 27

Former Republic of Ireland u19 international Mark O’Brien has been forced to retire from professional football at the age of 27.

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Gallery: Karl Moore training in Isolation

All football in the Republic of Ireland has been given permission to resume training from Monday 15th June, however, many of the League of Ireland’s stars have been training away in isolation since the league was shut down back in ...

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Former Shamrock Rovers and Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill tests positive for Covid-19

Former Northern Ireland and Shamrock Rovers boss Michael O’Neill has tested positive for Covid-19, his current club Stoke City have confirmed.

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FAI steering group to meet to consider early resumption of football

The FAI have this evening welcomed the speeding up of the Government’s roadmap and will now meet tomorrow morning to discuss their own roadmap for a safe return to sport following suit.

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Stephen Lowry signs one year contract extension with Coleraine

Stephen Lowry has signed a one year contract extension with Coleraine.

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Bohemians forced to issue apology to FAI

The FAI have confirmed that they have received and accepted an official apology from Bohemians, after some members of the Premier Division side were spotted training in a local park this week.

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Latest round of Covid-19 test results are all negative ahead of return to training on June 8th

The FAI have announced that all tests conducted in the latest round of Covid-19 testing have returned negative.

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Former Bohs man Warren O'Hora signs new deal with Brighton

Brighton & Hove Albion have announced that they have extended former Bohs man Warren O’Hora’s stay at the club.

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Former Dungannon Swift player Conor Bradley signs professional contract with Liverpool

Liverpool have announced that Northern Irish youth international Conor Bradley has signed a professional contract with the club.

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Jonny Hayes leaves Celtic

Former Irish international Jonny Hayes will not have his contract renewed by Celtic when it expires at the end of the month.

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FAI publish dates for resumption of adult amateur and underage footballing activity

Following lengthy discussions in recent weeks involving numerous stakeholders of the domestic game here in Ireland, the FAI have tonight published their plan which will hopefully see football resume later in the summer.

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Tributes pour in following death of Shane Duffy's father, Brian.

The FAI has expressed condolences to the family of Republic of Ireland international Shane Duffy after his father passed away.

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FAI seek further clarification from Sport Ireland on three key factors

The FAI steering group, led by facilitator Ger McDermott, has asked Government Officials for guidance regarding three key areas surrounding return of Adult and underage amateur football.

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Cliftonville's Thomas Maguire signs contract extension

Cliftonville have announced that Thomas Maguire has signed a contract extension with the club.

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FAI to celebrate Jack Charlton day

Ireland’s legendary manager Jack Charlton will have his very own Jack Charlton Day on Friday 8th of May as the association and its supporters celebrate the man who guided Ireland to a World cup Quarter Final in 1990.

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FAI writes to Sport Ireland regarding the resumption of amateur adult and underage football

The FAI have announced that they have written to Sport Ireland to try and get a better understanding of what the Government’s easing of restrictions road map means for it’s amateur and underage league’s and clubs.

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