The 25-year-old bagged himself three goals, including a fabulous strike against Shamrock Rovers to seal the Lilywhites’ fifth Premier Division title in six years.
Duffy was integral to Vinny Perth’s side over an incredible few weeks for the Louth club, as they also lifted the EA Sports Cup and booked their
Sligo Rovers can today confirm that Danny Kane has signed a new contract for the 2020 season.
The former Cork City and AFC Fylde player joined Rovers in July having spent the first half of the season overcoming a serious ankle problem.
Kane secured a place in the team over the last
Tickets for the 2019 FAI Cup Finals Day are set to go on sale on Thursday, October 17.
Finals day will see Dundalk take on Shamrock Rovers in the Extra.ie FAI Cup Final, with kick-off at 3.40pm, and the Só Hotels FAI Women's Cup Final between Wexford Youths and the winner
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
Sligo Rovers are thrilled to confirm Ronan Coughlan has signed a new contract with the club.
The striker, who turned 24 last week, has had an impressive season at The Showgrounds including scoring eight league goals and putting in a number of man of the match displays.
Coughlan signed on the eve
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