Darryl Geraghty reports from Dalymount Park
They Gypsies all but cemented their place in Europe for next season with a mssive, and deserved, 2-1 win over Champions Dundalk at a boisterous Dalymouant Park.
From the off The Gypsies sat into a rigid 4-4-2with the aim of hitting Duundalk on the break, which worked
Dundalk defender Daniel Cleary is the SSE Airtricity League/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for August.
The 23-year-old was a commanding presence for the Lilywhites in his six appearances in all competitions, as they maintained their lead at the top of the Premier Division while booking spots in
Ciaran Callan at the RSC, Waterford.
With this week all things Dundalk FC and the Cup, the Lilywhites know the Semi-Final place at stake at the RSC was another step in what is the clubs course to a historic treble. While a lot of football is yet to be placed before
NIFL Premier League champions Linfield have expressed an interest in Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers.
The 37-year-old has been in superb form for Vinny Perth's side so far this season as they close on another League of Ireland title with just 13 goals conceded in the league so far.
He also was the
Stephen O’Donnell has been named the new St Patrick’s Athletic Head Coach on a two year deal.
The Galway man interviewed on Wednesday for the role and was granted permission by Dundalk to take up the role as he was the clubs opposition analyst.
The EA SPORTS Cup final will be played at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium between Derry City and Dundalk.
The home team draw was completed at FAI HQ, Abbotstown and the final will take place on Saturday, September 14 at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium, with kick-off at 8pm.
Dundalk booked their
Shane Lowry did us proud at the weekend, winning The Open to become only the second Irish golfer [after Padraig Harrington] to win it [or indeed any ‘Major’].
It capped a memorable week for Irish sports fans – Dubliner Eoin Morgan lifting the Cricket World Cup for England may or
Ciaran Callan at the Skonto Stadium, Latvia.
It was always going to take something special to separate these sides and in the end, Sean Hoare took the decisive penalty to send Dundalk through to the Second Round of the Champions League Qualifiers after yet another epic European night for Dundalk.
Dundalk Football Club are delighted to announce that captain Brian Gartland has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2020 season.
The 32-year-old centre back joined the Lilywhites from Portadown in July 2013 and, since then, has been a bedrock of the back four in a time
Dundalk’s star striker Pat Hoban has revealed that there is no contract offer from Dundalk and that the club have stopped negotiating with him over a new deal.
This will be a blow for Dundalk fans as the Galway man is the clubs all time top scorer in the League and