Andrew Dempsey

Reporter


Andrew Dempsey Info

Role: Reporter

Start Date: Oct. 29, 2016, 7:34 p.m.

Email: andrewdempsey921@gmail.com

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Andrew joined Extratime.ie in October 2016 and he is a Dublin-based Longford Town supporter still dreaming of watching another back-to-back winning FAI Cup side bring back the famous old trophy to the Midlands. As well as writing for Extratime.ie, Andrew is also a contributor for fellow League of Ireland website Between the Stripes alongside being an online reporter for Longford Town’s official website and he also frequently has feature pieces in the Red and Black’s matchday programme.


Andrew Dempsey's Articles

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Youngsters Maurice Nugent and Wilson Waweru sign back with Galway United for 2019

The announcement comes days after the Tribesmen announced Conor Barry and Conor Melody are to stay at the club for the forthcoming campaign.

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Relegated Bray Wanderers make statement of intent with capture of Keegan and Daly from Waterford

Former Shamrock Rovers defender Sean Heaney also re-signs for the Seagulls having impressed in spite of last season’s relegation to the second tier.

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Doherty heads to the NI Premiership to sign with Crusaders

NIFL Premiership side Crusaders have signed Derry City legend Ger Doherty after the 37-year-old spent ten years of service with the Candystripes.

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Oscar Brennan: I had no real pedigree if you'd like as a schoolboy, to come from that into a professional league was great

2019 is shaping up to be a massive year for Shelbourne in the First Division. However, despite the early optimism, the new arrivals at the club will be acutely aware that nothing will come easy in next year’s second tier.

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Kelly, Russell, Barry and Foley all commit to the Limerick cause for 2019

Limerick FC manager Tommy Barrett has made his first raft of signings for the club on their return to the First Division with Shaun Kelly, Sean Russell, Ger Barry and Adam Foley all committing to the Shannonsiders cause for 2019.

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Seamus Sharkey swaps Sligo Rovers for Glenavon

28-year-old Isle of Man native Seamus Sharkey has made the move from Premier Division side Sligo Rovers to join up with Northern Irish side Glenavon in the NIFL Premiership.

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Ollie Horgan begins recruitment for 2019 Premier Division campaign

Finn Harps have announced the signature of the quartet of Sam Todd, Nathan Boyle and former Longford Town duo, Daniel O’Reilly and Sam Verdon.

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Longford Town announce Steacy and Breslin arrival

First Division promotion hopefuls Longford Town have announced the double signing of former Shelbourne ‘keeper Lee Steacy and defender Anto Breslin, previously of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Dane Massey signs up for two more years on Dundalk 'rollercoaster'

Massey has established himself as one of the leading full-backs the League of Ireland has to offer under the guise of the now Ireland Under-21 boss Stephen Kenny.

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FootGolf Ireland: An Insight with Gary Mullin

Slowly bedding its way into the Irish sports scene is the concept of FootGolf. Famed for its novel cross-correlation of Football and Golf, enthusiasts of both codes have dipped their feet into this new skillset.

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Jamie Hollywood - With the run-in we had and the form we had built up as well, it was difficult to take

Like many of his like-minded young acquaintances plying their trades in the First Division, Jamie Hollywood is one who has enjoyed a breakout year in 2018 and he has a name to match his star performances.

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End of Season Report Card 2018 - Cabinteely

Cabo finished 7th after an inconsistent year in this years First Division.

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Jamie Hollywood re-signs with Longford Town for the 2019 season.

Longford Town midfield star Jamie Hollywood has signed a new deal with the club until the end of the 2019 season.

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End of Season Report Card 2018 - UCD

Given the outrageous potential of this side, sky is the limit for this talented group of UCD stars.

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End of Season Report Card 2018 - Longford Town

While it was generally a positive year on the whole for the club, missing out on the Playoffs will have hurt, especially given the quality in and around the starting eleven.

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League Report: Bohemians 1 - 1 Dundalk

It was a night of frustration for Bohemians as they were unable to see their dominance pay with three points against a below-par Dundalk side at Dalymount Park.

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Sligo Rovers appoint Liam Buckley as new manager

Legendary former St Patrick’s Athletic manager Liam Buckley has been announced as the new Sligo Rovers boss for the forthcoming 2019 season at the Showgrounds.

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League Preview: Bohemians -v- Dundalk

Looking to end their league campaign on a high at least, Bohemians will surely be hoping to finish with a bang when they host league winners Dundalk at Dalymount Park. (Kick-Off is at 7.45pm)

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League Report: Bray Wanderers 0 - 5 Bohemians

A five-star Bohemians performance, including a four-goal haul from Dinny Corcoran and a Kevin Devaney strike, set them on their way to another easy win over their Co Wicklow opposition.

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Irish International Denise O’Sullivan signs for Canberra United

60-time capped Irish International star Denise O’Sullivan has made the move to Australian side Canberra United following a brief spell in the US with North Carolina Courage.

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League Preview: Bray Wanderers -v- Bohemians

Already-relegated Bray Wanderers host Bohemians at the Carlisle Grounds as the Seagulls have nothing left but pride to play for in a bitterly disappointing year (kick-off 7.45pm).

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Richard Keogh: 'The manager is trying to rebuild the squad and I think the future is bright for us'

While the mood around the Aviva Stadium was of major disappointment following the Republic of Ireland’s UEFA Nations League defeat at home to Wales, defender Richard Keogh took a more positive view, declaring that he feels the future is bright ...

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Shane Duffy: 'It's down to us and we need to improve'

Following the Republic of Ireland’s disappointing home defeat to a Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey-less Wales, Shane Duffy cut a disconsolate figure speaking to the media at the Aviva Stadium.

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Ryan Giggs: 'It's a great chance for players to come in and put in a good performance'

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has called on his young stars to stand up and be counted in the absence of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey during Tuesday night’s Aviva Stadium showdown.

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UEFA Nations League Preview: Republic of Ireland -v- Wales

After a desperately disappointing 4-1 away defeat to Ryan Giggs’ exuberant Welsh side in September, Ireland will certainly know that they have a point or two to prove against their Irish Sea counterparts on Tuesday evening (kick-off 7.45pm).

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