Dundalk FC have confirmed that Ciaran Kilduff has left the club to take up an opportunity in the United States with NASL Club Jacksonville Armada.
We released an article yesterday on the Kildare mans potential move yesterday.
Kilduff signed for the Lilywhites in July 2015 after he was transferred from St. Patrick’s
Ciaran Kilduff is poised to exit Dundalk as the strikers tenure at Oriel Park looks to be coming to an end. Reports emerging this morning is that the Kilcock native is set for a move to America with interests from state side emerging over the past number of weeks.
Ciaran Kilduff was the hero as he came off the bench to snatch all three points in a high quality game at Dalymount Park this evening.
From the off reigning champions Dundalk FC looked comfortable on the ball but Keith Longs troops didn’t make life easy one bit, with an energetic
Dundalk FC are delighted to confirm that Robbie Benson and Ciaran Kilduff have extended their contracts at the club.
Benson will now enter his second season at the club having joined ahead of the 2016 campaign.
The Athlone native was crucial in the side retaining their SSE Airtricity League title and has
Dundalk took all three points tonight in Oriel Park in a scrappy affair against St Patrick's Athletic that finished 2-0 to the Louth club.
The game had very few clear cut chances, but the half decent chances that Dundalk made they put them away, which was the difference.
The first moment of
Dundalk striker Ciaran Kilduff was back from injury the weekend for Dundalk's FAI Cup tie with Shelbourne at Oriel Park.
Dundalk won 2-0 to progress to the next round of the FAI Cup.
With so many reports going around that Kilduff had damaged his back, nobody expected to see him back so
A blow has been dealt for League Champions Dundalk as it was reported in The Sun that striker Ciaran Kilduff suffered a suspected broken back in Monday night’s EA Sports Cup defeat to St Patrick’s Athletic on Monday.
The striker will be out of action for Fridays meeting with his old
Last night in the FAI Cup 1/4 tie between Dundalk and Sligo Rovers a goal was scored that stands up with some of the best goals seen in the Premier League and La Liga.
Dundalk's Ciaran Kilduff scored with an emphatic flick over the Sligo Rovers keeper from just inside the box
A source close to LeagueofIreland.ie has said that Dundalk FC may be interested in signing St Patrick’s Athletic striker Ciaran Kilduff.
The 26 year old Kildare man has not been in favour at St Pat’s with Liam Buckley opting to go mostly with Aaron Greene & Christy Fagan up top when