A Raft of change: The man who shaped the current history of the league

Ahead of Dundalk FC’s first Premier Division match against Waterford FC since the turn of the millennium in Oriel Park this Friday night, it’s hard not to think back to their last league meeting and wonder what the last few years in the League of Ireland might have looked like

Gary Rogers joins the League of Ireland 500 club

Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers will join a unique list of League of Ireland greats on Friday night should he takes his place, as expected, between the sticks for his side’s match against Waterford FC.   The game at Oriel Park will be the 500th league appearance of the 36-year-old’s career.     That’s enough to move

Johnny Ward: “Treated like a criminal, Conor Clifford just wants to play”

Conor Clifford was sitting in an office at Oriel Park and broke down in tears after being informed that he was suspended for six months for betting offences. Dundalk had just contested the Leinster Senior Cup final and Clifford had netted a cracking free-kick. They lost the game but that was

Dundalk announce the signing of Nigerian striker Marco Tagbajumi

Dundalk FC have confirmed they have signed striker Marco Tagbajumi. The Nigerian signs from Norwegian side Lillestrom. Previous clubs include Stromsgodset in Norway and Cypriot side AEL Limassol. Stephen Kenny should put Tagbajumi straight into his squad for his sides crunch tie with Shamrock Rovers on Friday. ⚪⚫⚪ Welcome Marco | Ciao Marco 🇳🇬

Cork City win the President’s Cup with amazing comeback victory

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions and Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup holders Cork City completed an incredible second-half comeback to stun Dundalk and retain the President's Cup. A Ronan Murray double had Dundalk comfortably ahead at the break in Oriel Park but goals from Karl Sheppard, Barry McNamee, Kieran Sadlier