Episode 13 of Between the Stripes LOI podcast

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Fresh off the back of breaking into the top 25 in the Sports category for podcasts on the Itunes charts, Kieran Burke and Jonathan Brier are back with another bumper edition. At the time of release, Between the Stripes LOI podcast sits 144th in the overall Itunes podcast charts and is in fact the highest ranked LOI podcast by a country mile!

Joining us for episode 13 are esteemed guests Stephen Henderson, Gary Rogers and LOI die-hards Shane Marron and Julian Canny as attendances take centre stage as the main topic of debate this week. As ever theres all the latest fixture reviews and previews too, so sit back and listen now by using the Audioboom player below and don’t forget to subscribe and review us on Itunes as the #BTS assault on the charts continues!

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Goal-fest on the cards as old foes Cobh and Longford meet again at St.Colman’s

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(Image from http://www.cobhramblers.ie)

COBH RAMBERS V LONGFORD TOWN – SSE AIRTRCITY LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

Despite the long journey ahead and memories of a humiliating 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Saturday’s opposition still fresh in Longford minds, ”De Town” head south looking to extend their current unbeaten run to five games in all competitions. There have been some unforgettable meetings at St.Colman’s Park between Cobh Ramblers and Longford Town in recent years and with both sides in an immediate hurry to make up lost ground on current leaders Waterford FC, this could turn out to be yet another goal-fest by the sea. 

Speaking to Between the Stripes ahead of Saturday’s game, Cobh boss Stephen Henderson spoke of his expectations for another tough test against a strong Longford side:  Continue reading

More goals expected as Longford and Cobh renew rivalries

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Former Town ‘keeper Paul Hunt receiving a player of the month award at his old club. Image via www.ltfc.ie

Despite a tightening of the purse-strings, not that they were ever too lose to begin with, at St.Colman’s Park this off-season, Stephen Henderson’s Cobh Ramblers will arrive at the City Calling Stadium on Saturday night fully confident that they can pull of an early upset in this seasons promotion race (kick-off 7-45PM). Outspoken boss Henderson has slated the FAI’s decision to only allow one promotion place in the First Division this season and to his credit he has publicly admitted a successful season for the “Rams” in 2017 would be to simply ensure the club is still around to challenge again in 2018. While this may sound extreme to some Continue reading