Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of winger Dylan McGlade, subject to international clearance.
McGlade, who was named in the 2019 First Division Team of the Year, joins the Rebel Army after a brief spell in England with Blyth Spartans, having joined the National League outfit after a
Lee Power has confirmed that he will continue to finance the club again for the 2020 season along with announcing that Alan Reynolds will continue to manage the club for next season.
Power has called on all businesses and fans to get involved as much as they can to help with
Dundalk FC are delighted to announce that Darragh Leahy has signed for the club.
Leahy is an Ireland underage international all the way from U17 to current U21 and has featured prominently in their superb campaign to date which sees them top of their qualifying group for the UEFA European Championships.
Former Chelsea Youth team captain Conor Clifford has joined Derry City for the 2020 season.
The midfielder last year played for St Pat's and also had stints in the League of Ireland with Dundalk and Limerick
Will Seymore has become the latest player to sign with Sligo Rovers for the 2020 season, the club can confirm.
The 27-year-old midfielder joins from Reno 1868 where he spent a season and a half following a switch from FC Cinncinati.
The US midfielder lined out with former Rovers star Richie Ryan
League of Ireland fans may remember the entry of Shamrock Rovers ‘B’ into the eight-team First Division for the 2014 campaign. Their presence was very welcome – both Mervue United and Salthill Devon had withdrawn after the 2013 season, subsumed into the new Galway side. Without the emergence of Rovers
Left back Dean Jarvis has left Dundalk FC.
Speaking to the official Dundalk site he said;
“I would like to thank the staff the fans and especially the players for making the past two years the best in my career to date. The success and memories we all had together are something
Cork City FC were delighted to be named Club of the Season for a third year running at the SSE Airtricity League Club awards at the Knightsbrook Hotel in Meath yesterday afternoon.
The club also picked up the Best Matchday Experience and Best Overall Marketing awards, and received commendations for Multimedia
The vastly-experienced defender was immense for the Hoops in the final weeks of the season - scoring against UCD and excelling at the Aviva Stadium as Stephen Bradley’s side ended the club’s 32-year wait to lift the FAI Cup.
A leader both on and off the pitch, ex-Ireland international O’Brien has
Ireland u21 international Liam Scales has signed for Shamrock Rovers from UCD.
Speaking to the official Rovers site, Head Coach Stephen Bradley said:
“We’ve really liked Liam for quite some time. I think he has a lot of attributes that fit the way we play so it’s a great match, for Liam