I used to like Mick McCarthy. I admired him after inheriting an aging Irish side which knew nothing other than a predictable, ineffective long-ball method and transforming them into a very competitive, exciting, young side.
But when I hear that he is sniffing around Dundalk’s prized asset, Daryl Horgan, frankly
The Irish Sun have claimed today that Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town are monitoring Dundalk FC's star man Daryl Horgan.
In the article that you can read here, it says that Ipswich had scouts monitoring Horgan at Oriel Park on Tuesday night in the title clash with Cork City in which he
Dundalk took a huge step towards collecting their third title in a row with a convincing 2-1 win over rivals Cork City at Oriel Park.
The big talking point before the game was that Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers was dropped to the bench in place of Gabriel Sava and Alan Keane
Republic of Ireland men's senior manager Martin O'Neill has selected a squad for the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Georgia and Moldova.
After earning a valuable point away to Serbia in their first Group D game, Ireland will host Georgia in Aviva Stadium on Thursday, October 6 before travelling to take
A fast start was expected by Dundalk in this fixture and they delivered, with only 5 minutes on the clock the league leaders were ahead.
Paddy McEleney intercepted a Finn Harps throw in on the left hand side of the pitch and drifted past two players heading into the centre of