Show your love of Ireland by devouring this week's bumper edition of the League of Ireland podcast.
It'll whet the appetite as you make your way to your respective League of Ireland ground on St Patrick’s Day.
In a bid to avoid the inevitable let down that comes with all things Paddy's day, there’s a feast of football for fans to enjoy on the official anniversary of the relegation of the snakes from Ireland.
To celebrate that glorious day, Sligo Rovers are offering free entry to Patrick to the Showgrounds this weekend, but if you’re Paddy, Pat, or Pads the lad, you might also be in luck.
Our feature game sees the appropriately named Shamrock Rovers host Cork City in Tallaght. Jamie Moore chats to the man spearheading the Leesiders attack – Seani Maguire.
Fresh of his double in Galway, Gary Shaw tells us why beating Cork would send a message out to the rest of the league.
Bohs are coasting after successive victories Lorcan Fitzgerald tells Darren Cleary about the lift winning a third game on the bounce would bring.
The Saints struggles continued as they lost to Finn Harps on Monday. Manager Liam Buckley talks their plight and why he’s calling for patience.
Ollie Horgan tells us about the importance of beating Pats and why his players are not getting the credit they deserve.
The first division chats to two men who’ll meet at Tolka Park this Friday. Adam Evans is banned from Cobh for robbing a point there for Shels, his last minute cross secured the Reds a share of the spoils.
He's turning his attention now to Waterford as they seek a first league win. Their senior pro Dave Mulcahy talks the blue revolution.
We’ll tell you why the FAI are keeping a close eye on Athlone Town, which LOI manager used the media to inspire his players to victory, and the occupational hazards of climbing Derry's stairway to heaven.