The Football Association of Ireland confirms that Stephen Kenny has been appointed as Republic of Ireland Under-21 manager and will become senior men’s team manager after EURO 2020.
The Dubliner, who guided Dundalk to four SSE Airtricity League Premier Division titles in the last five seasons, will also be responsible for
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is set to leave his role at Dundalk and take up the Ireland U21’s management role.
The role will develop into him taking the senior managers job from Mick McCarthy in 2020.
The FAI are doing a press conference tomorrow at 3pm to confirm the above.
More to follow.
Dundalk unsurprisingly had a very successful night at the PFAI Awards on Saturday night.
Michael Duffy won the Player of the year and Jamie McGrath won the young player of the year.
Stephen Kenny collected the manager of the year in the Premier Division while UCD’s Collie O’Neill won the First Division
Speaking to CorkCityFC.ie ahead of the game, City manager John Caulfield said: “The mood has been good, and why wouldn’t it be? We are going to the Aviva for a cup final for the fourth year in a row; it has been fantastic. We are all looking forward to it
Speaking to dundalkfc.com ahead of the Final was midfielder John Mountney and while he admitted that the players are all looking forward to the final, he is treating it like every other week.
"It's the same build up as any game but it's that little bit special when it is the FAI Cup
Dundalk FC are delighted to announce that Daniel Cleary has extended his contract at the Club.
The centre-half who joined the Lilywhites ahead of the 2018 campaign has been an integral part of the squad this season and has gone on to make 32 appearances, 25 of which came in the
The 27-year-old has been a driving force in Dundalk’s midfield all season, as Stephen Kenny’s side wrestled the Premier Division back from title rivals Cork City.
Nominated in July and August, Dublin native Shields finally gets his hands on the award after scoring a vital winner against the Leesiders at Turner’s
Dundalk FC are delighted to announce that John Mountney has signed a two year contract extension with the Club.
The Mayo man is the joint longest serving player at the club, along with Chris Shields, joining us from Mervue United in 2012.
He has had phenomenal success at Oriel and last week
One of the longest serving players within the current Oriel Park home dressing room, Dundalk full-back Dane Massey is regarded by many as one of the finest left-backs to ever grace the League of Ireland. Collecting a staggering fourth league title last Friday night under Stephen Kenny’s reign at Dundalk,
Goalkeeper Gary Rogers has signed a new one year deal with Dundalk FC.
The Meath man (37) has been with Dundalk since 2015 and in this time has won League titles, FAI Cup & EA Sports Cup along with an International Call up.
Rogers is one of the very few players to