Dundalk Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of defender Andy Boyle, who will join the club on a long-term contract from 1 July.
The former Lilywhite centre-back returns to Oriel Park as a free agent following two and a half years at Preston North End, which included loan spells
Former Dundalk centre half Andy Boyle is set for a sensational return to the Louth club after being released by Preston North End after two and a half years.
Dubliner Boyle was a pivotal part of Dundalk’s Europa League run in 2016 and will certainly add experience to the sides quest
Dundalk’s Sean Gannon has finally got his hands on the SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month award - claiming the prize for his performances in May.
Despite being one of the Premier Division’s most consistent players for several years and winning multiple trophies with the Lilywhites, this is a first for
Ciaran Callan at Finn Park
At the beginning of the season when Dundalk left Finn Harp in the hum of a rampant crowd who were delighted following a spirited one all draw you had the feeling that the SSE Airtricity League champions could be in for a rough patch as a
Former Dundalk star Richie Towell has signed a two year deal with Salford City in League Two.
Speaking to the official Salford site, Towell said,
“I’m really excited to join Salford City, I know it’s a club with a lot of ambition,” he said.
“Ever since I first watched the documentary last year,
Dundalk FC are proud to continue their partnership with Temple Street Children’s Hospital and Fyffes.
To further support Temple Street the players and staff of Dundalk Football Club are donating a days wages to the charity.
This is in addition to the bucket collection that we are holding tonight ahead of the
Dundalk's main striker Patrick Hoban has placed a bit of doubt on his future with the club.
When asked about a new deal by local journalist James Rogers last night, Hoban said , 'To be honest I don't really want to talk about it'.
'I love the club, I love the fans
Darryl Geraghty reports from Dalymount Park
Dundalk leapfrogged Shamrock Rovers at the top of the table as they grabbed a vital three points in front of over 3500 fans at Dalymount Park
The pre-game showers made for some slickconditions, well suited to two footballing sides and they didn’t disappoint in a hugely entertaining end
On his 542nd League appearance we wanted to see if as a goalkeeper Dundalk’s Gary Rogers has adapted to the new goalkeeping style of ‘playing out from the back’ or is the shot stopper more of a keeper that kicks it long at every opportunity.
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Dundalk have announced that midfielder Chris Shields has signed a new long term deal.
Shields has been at the club since 2012 and has won every possibly accolade at the club.
The Dubliner has just come back from injury in the last few weeks.
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