Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is set to leave his role at Dundalk and take up the Ireland U21’s management role. The role will develop into him taking the senior managers job from Mick McCarthy in 2020. The FAI are doing a press conference tomorrow at 3pm to confirm the above. More to follow.
Shane Supple has announced his retiremnet from football with immediate effect through a persistent hip injury. He released the below statement on the Bohemians website: As of today, I will be hanging up my gloves and stepping away from the game. This is a decision I haven’t taken lightly but due to a
Bohemians are delighted to announce the signings of midfielder Conor Levingston and goalkeeper James Talbot. Both have represented Ireland at youth level all the way up to U19s and come to Dalymount Park after five years at Wolves and Sunderland respectively. As well as the new arrivals, defender/midfielder Robbie McCourt and striker
Dundalk unsurprisingly had a very successful night at the PFAI Awards on Saturday night. Michael Duffy won the Player of the year and Jamie McGrath won the young player of the year. Stephen Kenny collected the manager of the year in the Premier Division while UCD’s Collie O’Neill won the First Division
Noel King will move full-time to the role of Player Identification Manager for the Football Association of Ireland after serving eight years as Head Coach of the Republic of Ireland Under-21s. After being appointed in July 2010, King oversaw 40 competitive games and improved the team's UEFA ranking, while they achieved two
Shelbourne FC is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Morris (31) as Head Coach. Ian has had a distinguished playing career in England and Ireland, joining Leeds United in 2003 before playing spells at Scunthorpe United, Carlisle United, Chesterfield, Torquay United and Northampton Town. In 2015, Ian returned to Ireland