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
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.
Dundalk’s opposition analyst Stephen O’Donnell looks set to take the St Patrick’s Athletic job after Harry Kenny’s exit last week.
According to The Sun, The Galway man is primed to take the role until the end of the season.
Without having a Pro Licence he can only take the role for 60
Cork City have announced former player Neale Fenn as the clubs new Head Coach on a multi year agreement.
Fenn left Longford last week after two years with the midlands club.
Speaking to CCFC.ie Fenn said: “It’s fantastic to be back here. I took a walk around Turner’s Cross and the memories
Harry Kenny has resigned as St Patrick’s Athletic manager.
Kennys side were dumped out of the FAI Cup by UCD last night 3-0.
Club chairman Garrett Kelleher would like to thank Harry for his professionalism over the last year and in his earlier role as assistant manager.
Harry would like to thank all
Shamrock Rovers have signed left back Danny Lafferty.
The 30 year old has played 13 times for Northern Ireland and has played for Derry City, Sheffield United and Burnley.
Speaking to the Rovers site, Stephen Bradley said:
“Danny had a few offers. He’s been talking to a few clubs in England but he
UCD AFC are pleased to confirm the appointment of Maciej Tarnogrodzki as our new first team manager.
Maciej who has his UEFA Pro-Licence, takes charge after being promoted from his position with our under 19s, where he has been manager since his appointment ahead of the 2017 season.
Shamrock Rovers are a club that are looking to the long-term future and success for their club with an outstanding youth academy and high investment within the senior team.
The League of Ireland due to European money and club owners is potentially going to over the next few seasons turn into a
UCD parted company with Collie O’Neill during the week and now the Dublin side are on the lookout for a new manager.
With the club in trouble at the bottom of the League (and having lost most of their top players) they seem set for the First Division next season.