Dundalk striker Patrick Hoban has claimed the SSE Airtricity League/Soccer Writers' Association of Ireland Player of the Month for June.
The 26-year-old has been in blistering form since returning from England to join the Lilywhites for a second spell last November.
Hoban is out on his own at the top of the
Dundalk got the win they were looking for in Estonia tonight that sets them up favourably to progress in the return leg of their Europa League first round tie in Oriel Park next week.
The game started at a fast pace from both sides but with very few chances on goal.
Dundalk take on Levadia Tallinn tonight in their Europe League first round qualifier tonight and have got a nice message from Sky Sport's Chris Kamara.
Game day for @DundalkFC and even Kammy is cheering the lads on pic.twitter.com/eHw9919QNH
— James Rogers (@jamesdundalk) July 12, 2018
“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
The nominations for the SSE Airtricity/SWAI June Player of the Month for June have been confirmed.
Robbie Benson (Dundalk): As well as impressive displays in the middle of the park, Benson also chipped in with three goals.
Graham Burke (Shamrock Rovers): Now a Preston player, Burke scored for Ireland against the USA
As we exclusively announced back in May, Dundalk have announced the signing of Georgie Kelly from UCD on a two and a half year deal.
Speaking to dundalkfc.com after the conclusion of the deal, Kelly couldn’t hide his happiness at coming to Oriel Park.
“I am very happy to have signed for
Dundalk have announced the signing of Patrick McEleney on a three and a half year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The Derry man played with Dundalk before leaving for Oldham last season but with the club getting relegated to League Two it seemed a move back to the League of Ireland
Dundalk returned to the top of the table tonight after defeating Cork City 2-1 in a tense match at Oriel Park.
With over four thousand in Oriel Park for the mouth watering tie Dundalk were the team that came out on the attacking foot and put Cork under pressure as the
For all Irish ex - pats & Londoners that want to watch the League of Ireland clash between Dundalk & Cork City - The Heron Bar & Restaurant will be showing the game live.
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Former Dundalk, Bohemians & St Patrick's Athletic striker Kurtis Byrne has left Linfield after only 5 months and signed for Welsh champions TNS.
"I’m delighted to get it done and I’m excited for the season to start," Byrne told TNS' official website. "I trained today with the lads for the first