It’s advantage Drogheda after this weekend’s SSE Airtricity League First Division fixtures. The United Park outfit came away from the top-of-the-table clash at Bray Wanderers’ Carlisle Grounds with a 1-0 win – courtesy of a Mark Doyle goal – and leapfrogged their hosts to the top of the table.
Here’s one to store away for a pub quiz. Who was the first American-born soccer manager to win a top-tier league in Europe? John Caulfield is the answer. Surprised? Well, the League of Ireland is full of surprises!
When the summaries are written of the 2020 season here the headlines and
There’s a time in a race to hit the front and head for home. The pacemakers have had their moment in the spotlight and the other contenders that have been jockeying for position are now behind you. You’ve made your move, gone up a gear and gone out in front.
Galway United are delighted to announce the appointment of John Caulfield as first team manager.
Caulfield takes over at Eamonn Deacy Park after a hugely successful spell managing Cork City, where he won the Premier Division title, two FAI Cups and three President Cups.
During his tenure at Turners Cross, Cork City
Galway United FC can confirm that they have decided that Alan Murphy will leave his role as First Team Manager at the club.
We would like to thank Alan for all of his hard work and wish him all the best in the future.
We will not be commenting further on the
The SSE Airtricity League 2020 Season Fixture List has been released.
The season is set to restart on Friday, July 31 after the COVID-19 pandemic postponed all football activities in March.
The remaining fixtures for the truncated 2020 season will be two rounds of matches in total, including games played to date,
Galway United released the below official club statement...
All at Galway United, in both our National League senior and underage teams are keen to return to training and playing football as soon as practical. However, we are also conscious that we need to do so in an environment that secures the
The board of Athlone Town AFC would like to state publicly that it does not share any of the concerns recently expressed by FAI Council member Nixon Morton to other council members, as well as UEFA and FIFA.
The contents of said letter, received in recent days by ATAFC chairman Mr
Something lighthearted and [hopefully] funny this time out; this lockdown can drag you down if you don’t try to maintain a sense of humour.
In a week that saw a virtual game between Sligo Rovers and Cork City [played on FIFA 20 on Friday 14 May], how about a hypothetical match,
Galway United are delighted to announce that Vinny Faherty has signed a new contract with the club for the 2020 SSE Airtiricty League season.
The 32-year-old striker has scored 45 goals for the Tribesmen over fours spells at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Faherty was also on the books of St. Patrick's Athletic, Dundalk,