Tuesday January 28, 2020

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Ewan MacKenna: The League of Ireland needs to work within its limitations and not try to be what it can never be.

16th March, 2014
Ewan MacKenna.

A handful of years back, a friend who was fanatical about his local League of Ireland club was struggling to come to terms with their demise. Having cheered them on across country and continent, he decided to act as they reached a precipice following a dangerous financial gamble. So he donated his life savings and began fundraising to the point where he played a major role in their rescue. His reward was a place on...

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