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 Speaking on this week's Rovers Review on Ocean FM Seamus Conneely felt that Rovers were unlucky to come away from last Friday’s 2-1 defeat with Cork City with nothing. With just four games remaining this season he also spoke of how important it is for the team to finish the season as strongly as possible.It was the second time this year that Rovers took the lead at Turners Cross but failed to get the win and Conneely thought that...
Sligo Rovers were pleased to welcome Yeats United as our special guests for last week's game against Drogheda United.They provided both the mascots and the ball boys for the game at the Showgrounds.At half-time the boys and girls from their under-10s provided to two very entertaining games on the Showgrounds pitch.We hope they all enjoyed the night. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1713","attributes":{"alt":"","class...
 Sligo Rovers under-19s got their second win on the bounce this afternoon in Finn Park with a resounding 5-1 win over Finn Harps.Rovers followed up last week’s 3-1 defeat of Longford Town with an impressive performance and created a host of chances in the game. There was just one change to the team with full-back Kyle Harrigan coming in for Paul Doyle.It didn’t take long for the first goal to come. On 13 minutes centre-back...
 Rovers were beaten 2-1 in Turners cross last night by title-chasing Cork City. The Bit o’Red led at the break thanks to a smashing strike from Danny Ledwith but two goals in five minutes early in the second half turned the game around and won the three points for the Rebels. However it was an encouraging performance for Rovers who looked the better team for long periods of the game.Speaking afterwards interim manager Gavin Dykes said...
A hard working Sligo Rovers were unfortuante to fall to defeat at the hands of Cork City on Friday night as they were beaten 2-1 at Turner's Cross in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.  Danny Ledwith had initially put the away side into the lead with a strike from distance on the half hour mark, but early second half goals from Mark O'Sullivan and Billy Dennehy turned the tie around for the Leesiders.  The...
Kalen Spillane says his Cork heritage won’t cost him a thought this evening as Rovers travel to the Rebel County to face the Leesiders. The 23-year-old from Carrigaline, Cork, was a Cork City player from a young age, and helped them win the First Division in 2011, sealing their promotion back to the Premier Division and despite his history as a Cork player, he says there are no divided loyalties on his part. ‘It feels a bit...
Cork City  vs  Sligo RoversSSE Airtricity LeagueTurners CrossSeptember 26th, 7:45 Sligo Rovers make the long journey to play Cork City tomorrow night in the Turners Cross at 7:05. The game will be shown live on RTE2.Gavin Dykes will again be in caretaker charge of the team.His first game last weekend ended in defeat when Drogheda United won 2-0 at the Showgrounds.Both meetings between the teams have ended in draws so far in 2014....
Sligo Rovers can confirm that the process of appointing the club's new first-team manager is advancing, with a high level of interest in the post in the last week. The club has invited formal applications to be made for the role over the next 10 days, concluding on Thursday 2nd October. A sub-committee has been appointed under the chairmanship of Joe Burns to then progress the process, with Gerard Cassidy acting as advisor to the...
 Sligo Rovers wish to invite applications for the role of first-team manager.  Applicants must include Curriculum Vitae, cover letter and other relevant information including coaching qualifications when applying. Applications can be sent via e-mail to hynespaul1@gmail.com or by post to Sligo Rovers FC, PO Box 275, Sligo. Please note the closing date for applications is 5pm on Thursday 2nd October.
Gavin Dykes' reign as Sligo Rovers interim manager got off to a losing start as the Bit o'Red were beaten 2-0 by a well drilled Drogheda United at the Showgrounds.  Declan O'Brien handed United the lead on 34 minutes before Stephen Maher made the most of poor defending from the home side as he netted the Louth side's second on 57. Gavan Holohan almost sent United into an early lead with nine minutes played, during...

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