City have a huge job on their hands as they travel to Belarus this week attempting to overturn a 2-0 Europa League first leg deficit at Dinamo Minsk.
Whilst not insurmountable, there is no doubting that the Candystripes will need to be a bit more adventurous than they were at the
Kenny Shiels has sent out a heartfelt rallying call ahead of Derry City's Europa League tie against Dinamo Minsk at the Brandywell tomorrow night (KO 6pm).
The City boss had his say on recent events when a banner was unfurled during Friday night's home game with Limerick by insisting "the players
“Football is about winning, it’s about competition, it’s about sporting merit,” he said. “I think it’s kind of a natural thing to give to those who have won a competition a special treatment like this.”
Those words, spoken by the then UEFA boss Gianni Infantino in 2015, seem to suggest that
Ben Fisk, a 25-year old Canadian winger has put pen to paper on a deal that initially sees him at the Brandywell until at least the end of the current season.
The City boss was happy to have agreed terms with the player who had been training with the club since
Dundalk FC have pulled Estonian side Levadia Tallinn in their Europa League qualifier, while Shamrock Rovers pulled AIK of Sweden.
Derry City have possibly the toughest draw of the lot in Belarussian side Dinamo Minsk.
The first legs will be held on Thursday 12 July with the second legs being held seven
According to the Derry Journal, Derry City have made contact with Dundalk about possibly signing midfielder Michael Duffy.
Speaking to the Derry Journal, the Chief Exectuive of Derry City Sean Barrett said:
“Look, Michael is a talented player and he’s the type of player Derry City want,” insisted Barrett. “Because Michael is
Derry City Football Club is delighted to announce that Paddy McCourt has agreed to return to Brandywell in a new role as Head of the club's Youth Academy.
The Board of Directors have been working alongside Manager, Kenny Shiels, to identify ways of enhancing and re-structuring the support network for City's
Derry City midfielder Nicky Low has moved to dispel recent rumours that he is set to leave the Brandywell this month by signing an extended contract until the end of the season.
The 26-year old has been a pivotal part of Kenny Shiels' midfield this year and the announcement is sure
Cork City today beat Derry City 4-2 at Turner’s Cross today to go back top of the table.
With over 3,800 fans there the Champions comfortably beat Kenny Shiels men as Karl Sheppard scored twice and Kieran Sadlier and Graham Cummins also got on the scoresheet.
Derry stay in fourth after the
Kenny Shiels believes his team has to be tougher when they tackle Waterford at the Regional Sports Centre as third meets fourth on Friday night.
The Candy Stripes are coming off the back of a morale-boosting win against Bray on Monday night while the home side have lost to both Limerick