Bray Wanderers players put themselves ‘on the transfer list’

The PFAI released the following statement on behalf of the Bray Wanderers players on the issue of the players & PFAI's dealings with the FAI & Bray Wanderers board. Statement On Friday, 7th July 2017 the players of Bray Wanderers requested that their club provide PFA Ireland with details of the club's

Athlone Town AFC expresses its concerns about flawed and unfair investigation into match fixing allegations

The Board of Management of Athlone Town AFC would like to express its disappointment and anger over the manner in which the club has been treated since allegations concerning match fixing first emerged. Indeed the claims are on such a scale that they have brought an unprecedented and highly negative level

Dundalk to face Celtic / Linfield if they progress next week

Dundalk have been drawn to face Celtic / Linfield in the Champions League third round qualifier if they can defeat Rosenborg next week in Norway. If any more incentive was needed to beat Rosenborg for Dundalk, a packed Aviva Stadium against the Scottish Champions could be it. Stephen Kenny's men need to

Video: Dundalk’s Stephen O’Donnell chats to Gavin McLaughlin ahead of Rosenborg game

Dundalk captain Stephen O'Donnell sat down with Dundalksport.ie and chatted about his sides upcoming Champions League fixture with Rosenborg and what he feels their chances are to progress. Watch yourself below and see the Dundalk skippers determination to build on last years achievements. Dundalk play Rosenborg at Oriel Park tonight with kick

Patrick McEleney of Dundalk wins the June player of the month

It is the first time McEleney has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity. The Dundalk star netted four goals in five games as Stephen Kenny's Lilywhites won all five games since the mid-season break. McEleney has scored some stunning goals this season

A touch of class as Dominant Derry put 4 past Sligo

Derry City returned to winning ways yesterday afternoon as Kenny Shiels’ men put 4 past a struggling Sligo Rovers Side at Maginn Park. Lukas Schubert, Ronan Curtis, Aaron McEneff and Rory Holden all got their names on the score sheet, to earn the Buncrana men all 3 points and their