An improved attendance, a first ever League of Ireland victory over Cabinteely, a clean sheet and a Daniel O’Reilly wonder-goal made up the story of the night as Longford Town FC claimed a maiden triumph under new boss Neale Fenn Continue reading
When the fixtures were announced ahead of the 2017 season many saw this Friday’s game at the RSC as being a potential promotion six-pointer. With both Waterford and Longford spending freely during the off-season, the bookmakers made the two joint favorites for the First Division title. However, while Lee Power’s “Blues” have won seven of their opening twelve league games, Longford Town already find themselves twelve-points behind the early leaders with just three wins to their credit this season. Continue reading
Longford Town FC last night announced the names of the first seven players that will make up the clubs squad for next years First Division campaign. Of the seven names released five are re-signings, while Aidan Friel and Gavin Boyne are new arrivals from Wexford Youths and Shelbourne FC respectively.
As Longford Town FC continue to fight for their status as a Premier Division club, the Midlanders made their first signing of the July transfer earlier today with goalkeeper Ryan Coulter putting pen to paper at the City Calling Stadium. Continue reading
Having received an interesting tweet from a Longford Town supporter the other evening which stated ”De Town” are the 3rd highest ranked outsiders to win the league, with only Wexford Youths and Finn Harps listed at larger odds, the question of squad strength and transfer dealings jumped to mind.