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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# humans of the loi

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# a wee drop
Humans of the LOI: The famous soup of Finn Park
Pat and Margaret set up a shop in Finn Park to help bring in funds for the Donegal club. 22 years later, and their homemade soup is the main attraction.
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'We went to Derry in 2010 with 13 players and I was nearly one of them'
Co-owner, former chairman and now kit manager, Mick Ring has been devoted to Cork City FC since his days in a buggy.
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Street signs, a walk to Finglas and a bunch of dockers - the beginnings of Shelbourne FC
Chris Sands has been following the Reds for almost 80 years and wrote the book on one of the league’s most colourful clubs.
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'We thought the club was going to fold. What's come out of that is a togetherness'
Daniel Lambert lives and works in the shadow of Dalymount, and is part of the team that’s made Bohs a central part of the Phibsborough community.
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Pat's portakabin full of football history in Inchicore
Pat O’Callaghan’s shop in Richmond Park includes a copy of the programme from the 1937 Scottish Cup final and a full set from Manchester United’s 1992/93 home games.