Kenny Shiels thinking about not playing the Cork fixture tomorrow due to safety

Derry City manager Kenny Shiels is considering not playing tomorrrow’s fixture with Cork City for safety reasons, lack of preparation and in respect to Dundalk. Speaking to BBC Radio Foyle, Kenny Shiels said: "We have a duty of care to the families. I have taken young players out of school to

Derry City’s Rory Holden signs for Bristol City

Derry City's Rory Holden has signed for Championship side Bristol City. Holden has featured 16 times for the CandyStripes over the last two seasons including League of Ireland and Europa League fixtures. The 20 year old leaves Derry for an undisclosed fee (rumoured to be in the region of £300k) and has

Two League of Ireland players named in Ireland u21 squad for qualifier

Republic of Ireland U21 Head Coach Noel King has named his squad for next month’s UEFA U21 Championships Qualifying Round Group 5 clash with Azerbaijan in Baku. King has named two players currently playing in the League of Ireland. Ronan Curtis of Derry City & Ryan Delaney of Cork City has been

League of Ireland fixture changes announced

Two SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixtures have been rescheduled. Derry City's game against Drogheda United, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, September 3 at Maginn Park, has been postponed due to international call-ups for Derry players. The fixture between Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers, originally scheduled for Friday, September 15, will

Derry City’s Ronan Curtis set to sign for Ostersunds in Sweden

Derry City and League of Ireland star Ronan Curtis is set to leave Derry and sign for Swedish side Ostersunds for an undisclosed fee. Curtis is heading over today to get the deal sorted as the Swedish Leagues transfer deadline is this Friday. Speaking about the move, the Ostersunds chairman said the

Eyes set on Europe as Derry City push past Limerick

Derry City moved one step closer to European qualification yesterday afternoon as the in-form Candystripes dismantled a lacklustre Limerick side at Maginn Park. Early first half goals from Barry McNamee, Rory Patterson and a second half strike from Ben Doherty gave the Candystripes all three points and a comfortable third place