Paul Corcoran


Paul Corcoran Info

Role: Reporter

Start Date: March 1, 2016, 10:10 a.m.


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Paul Corcoran is a lifelong Galway United fan and has been contributing to United's match programme 'Maroon View' for a number of years. Paul studied journalism in college and has been written for a number of different publications both online and print. He joined the Extratime team in 2016 primarily covering his beloved West of Ireland team.

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Alan Murphy: We have a lot of work to do

Galway United played out a dismal match with Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night. Drogheda left Galway with the three points with a Mark Doyle goal separating the sides.

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League Report: Galway United 0 - 1 Drogheda United

A solitary strike from Mark Doyle separated the sides in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night as Galway United were downed 1-0 by visitors Drogheda United.

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League Preview: Wexford -v- Galway United

After taking the lead against Athlone Town last week, Danny Furlong’s dismissal made it too hard for Wexford to keep up with a much improved Athlone Town

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League Report: Galway United 2 - 3 Shelbourne

It was a barnstormer in Galway on Friday night as Galway United were defeated 2-3 by Shelbourne at Eamonn Deacy Park.

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League Preview: Galway United -v- Shelbourne

It’s been all change at Galway over the winter since Alan Murphy was appointed manager on a permanent basis.

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2019 Season Preview - Galway United

Manager Alan Murphy is putting his faith in the young talent at the club and, with the manager having coached the under-17 side for a number of years, he’s probably the best person to assess how able these young players ...

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League Preview: Derry City -v- UCD

It’s been all change Foyleside ahead of the 2019 Premier Division season. Declan Devine has returned to manage the club, taking the reigns from Kenny Shiels and has built a squad almost from scratch.

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Kavanagh joins Harps on loan from Cork City

Finn Harps have confirmed that signing of Cork City’s John Kavanagh on loan until mid-way through the upcoming 2019 League of Ireland season.

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Croke re-signs for Wexford

Wexford FC have announced that midfielder Thomas Croke has re-signed with the club for the 2019 season.

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Ciara Rossiter re-signs for Wexford

Wexford Youths Women have announced the re-signing of Ciara Rossiter for the 2019 season.

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Liam Nash heads to Leeside as Caulfield bolsters City squad

Cork City have announced the signing of Gillingham striker Liam Nash ahead of the 2019 League of Ireland season.

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Hugo Keto completes loan move to Waterford from Brighton and Hove Albion

Waterford have confirmed the loan signing of goalkeeper Hugo Keto from Premier League club Brighton and Hove Albion until 30th June.

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Waterford sign Lithuanian international midfielder Karolis Chvedukas from Dundalk

The 27-year-old has been capped 19 times for his country including five appearances during Lithuania’s qualification campaign for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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Kevin Horgan makes return to Galway United

Galway United confirmed the signing of Shamrock Rovers goalkeeper Kevin Horgan.

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Kevin O'Connor back on Leeside on loan

Ahead of the President’s Cup season opener Cork City have announced the return of Kevin O’Connor on loan from English Championship side Preston North End.

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Five League of Ireland players selected for Ireland under-17s pre-European Championship friendlies

Bohemians’ Thomas Considine, James Furlong and Toby Owens of Shamrock Rovers, Brandon Holt from St Patrick’s Athletic and Derry City’s Ronan McKinley have all been selected to travel to Spain.

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Bray Wanderers sign Kilian Cantwell and Luka Lovic ahead of First Division return

Both players sign having appeared in Bray Wanderers’ friendly meeting with Waterford earlier this month.

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Sligo's Jack Keaney and Finn Harps' Sam Todd called up to Ireland under-21 squad

Ipswich Town striker Aaron Drinan has also been called up to replace Ronan Hale, who is due to line out for Northern Irish side Crusaders in the County Antrim Cup on Tuesday.

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Sligo Rovers sign former Stoke City under-23 captain Lewis Banks

The 21-year-old captained Stoke City’s under-23 team and made almost 60 appearances for the Potters in Premier League 2 as well as being named their young player of the season in 2017.

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Former Dundalk defender Andy Boyle joins Ross County on loan from Preston

Boyle spent the first half of the season on loan with Dundee in the Scottish Premiership, where he made 13 appearances and scored one goal.

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Bohemians sign former Scotland under-19 midfielder Scott Allardice from Dundee United

The 20-year-old joins Keith Long’s side from Scottish Championship side Dundee United after a trial period with the Gypsies earlier this month.

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Keith Andrews named part of Stephen Kenny's backroom team

Former Republic of Ireland international Keith Andrews has been named as assistant coach as part of Stephen Kenny’s backroom team for the Republic of Ireland under-21 squad.

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Declan Devine makes first signings as Scottish pair Cherrie and Gilchrist joins Derry

Derry City have announced the signing of four players ahead of the 2019 League of Ireland Premier Division season.

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Cork City add goalkeeper Tadhg Ryan to their ranks for 2019

Cork City have announced the signing of former Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Tadhg Ryan ahead of the 2019 League of Ireland Premier Division campaign.

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Captain Shane Duggan departs relegated Limerick for Munster rivals Waterford

The midfielder departs Limerick after five seasons with his hometown club which saw him win the First Division title in 2016.

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