Former Dundalk and Sligo Rovers striker David McMillan will leave SPL side St Johnstone in June when his contract finishes.
The Dubliner has had a tricky time in Perth since his move in 2017 having gone on loan to Hamilton and Falkirk in the lower divisions in search of first team
Irish football took the first steps on the pathway to a safer return for all football when testing for COVID-19 began on Monday as part of the pilot programme and tournament for the four SSE Airtricity League clubs who will compete in Europe this year as Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers, Derry
Something lighthearted and [hopefully] funny this time out; this lockdown can drag you down if you don’t try to maintain a sense of humour.
In a week that saw a virtual game between Sligo Rovers and Cork City [played on FIFA 20 on Friday 14 May], how about a hypothetical match,
The Football Association of Ireland is committed to a return to football for all players, staff, match officials, administrators, volunteers and supporters as soon as it is safe and possible under the guidance of the HSE, the Department of Health, Sport Ireland, NHPET and UEFA.
The FAI remains in communication with
Dundalk have launched their new online store so fans can buy anything from jersies to accessories.
They have added a discount of 10% off all items purchase online and only €1 local delivery.
You can have a browse here
Sligo Rovers and Cork City say that unity will be important for the league going forward as the sides are set to face off in a unique fundraising match to be played virtually this weekend.
The game, hosted by the Bit O’ Red, will take place on the night the teams
The Football Association of Ireland’s Steering Group has highlighted three key areas around return to play protocols for the amateur adult and underage game, which have been submitted to Government officials.
The FAI Steering Group met again on Monday to discuss the conditions necessary to facilitate a safe and timely return
It would be fair to say that the FAI were worried people in the run up to the 1990 FAI Cup final, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this week [on Wednesday 13 May]. This was the first FAI Cup final ever at Lansdowne Road, and the prospect of a near-empty
Dundalk manager Vinny Perth is making an incredible gesture to raise funds for RehabCare.
He has set up a GoFundme page to raise funds for the charity and will be raffling off his League winning managers medal from last season.
All donations are asked to be €5 and above.
Here is the link
The Football Association of Ireland’s steering group has made a submission to Sport Ireland seeking clarity on conditions around the return of amateur adult and underage football following the publication of the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The group met again today