Derry City have announced the signings of Patrick McClean, Ciaron Harmon and David Parkhouse. McClean and Harkin have signed 2 year deals while Parkhouse has signed on a loan deal from Sheffield United.
Derry City have announced that the club have parted ways with manager Kenny Shiels. A Derry statement read: "We acknowledge Kenny’s contribution to the football club over the past three seasons, one of which was particularly difficult. "We wish Kenny the best for the future. "The club will make no further comment on
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has added forward Ronan Curtis to the squad to take on Poland in an international friendly on Tuesday evening in Wroclaw. Curtis, who has scored five goals in six games for Portsmouth this season after joining from Derry City, has impressed for Noel King's Under-21s
The Candystripes will be aiming to protect a fairly unique record when Bohemians arrive at Brandywell tonight (Friday) with Kenny Shiels having won all 10 of his previous scraps against the north Dublin outfit. It isn't something that the Derry boss reads too much into to be fair; Shiels referring to
Derry City Manager Kenny Shiels has admitted that he will be forced to raid his underage resources ahead of Monday's EA Sports Cup semi-final against Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds (KO 5pm). With Rory Patterson now left for Crusaders the Candystripes' boss continues to be without the injured Nicky Low and
Derry City have signed Scottish defender Kevin McHattie for the remainder of the season. The 25-year old was with Raith Rovers last season having earlier played for Dunfermline, Kilmarnock and Hearts, where he won a Scottish Championship medal in 2015. Speaking to the Derry website McHattie said; “I didn’t know a lot