We look back at the weekend action and hear from Enniskillen Rangers manager Michael Kerr and Beragh boss Philly Fagan, We also have expert opinion from our own Chris Caldwell
This week we are joined in the Ulster Herald Boot Room by new dad Mark Stafford who reflects on Linfield’s European success as well as talking about his highs and lows at Windsor Park. We, too, review the opening week of the Fermanagh and Western season, discuss draws for the Derg and Ducks and reflect […]
The big F&W kick off is once again upon. This week Strathroy Harps boss Darren Teague joins Tommy and Paddy to discuss who will be the runners and riders in the coming season. We also reflect on the weekend action involving Dgn Swifts, Ballinamallard United and Dergview.
Tyrone enjoyed their week at the Supercup NI and the Bootroom boys review the action. We look back at the opening weekend of the championship and wrap up the latest Fermanagh and Western news.
Name your price! This week we discuss the alleged payment of players in the Fermanagh and Western League. We also look ahead to the new Championship season with Dergview and Ballinamallard kicking off on Saturday with exclusive interviews with Harry Mc Conkey and Ivan Sproule
The Bootroom is back and we launch the new season with a Super Cup NI special from the Alley Theatre in Strabane. We hear from the junior and premier management as the Tyrone teams prepare for the biggest week in youth football. Special guests and lots of football banter with Tommy and Paddy.
The Bootrooms back this week with a look back at the Fermanagh and Western AGM, we hear from the new Secretary and President and we look over some of the changes to come in the local game. We reflect on some of the transfer news and look ahead to Sion Swifts date with Glentoran this […]
In this week’s Ulster Herald Boot Room it’s cup football all the way. We reflect on the Irish Junior Cup final and have interviews from Enniskillen Rangers player-manager Micheal Kerr, his Tummery counterpart Gerry Love and man of the match Richard Johnston. Ballinamallard captain Richard Clarke picks up the Herald’s monthly award and two months […]
It’s all systems go as the IFA confirm the Irish Junior Cup final between Tummery Athletic and Enniskillen Rangers will go ahead on Saturday. We hear from Gerry Love and Tony Roofe. There’s news from Mountjoy and we also hear about Dergviews returning old boy.
Darren Teague confirmed as the new manager of Strathroy Harps, we have his first interview, we hear from the new man in charge of Killen, the junior cup saga continues and in cross channel football we hear from the Strabane man behind the scenes at Salford City