The Dundalk striker, who returned from Scotland for a second spell at the club earlier this year, proved the match-winner in the FAI Cup final - scoring a superb hat-trick to see off Shamrock Rovers after extra-time.
A brace against Rapid Vienna in the Europa League also saw the 32-year-old, who
Dundalk claimed a spot in the quarter finals of the 2020 FAI Cup with a 2-0 victory over Cobh Ramblers at St Colmans Park in Cobh.
In Filippo Giovagnoli's first game in charge his side came out on top in a tight affair with the First Division side.
A groin strain for
Striker David McMillan has signed for Dundalk for the upcoming season after a spell in Scotland.
The news was broke exclusively on Between the Stripes podcast by guest host James Rogers this week.
The Dubliner had a previous spell with the lilywhites and was a pivotal part of the 2016 Europa League
Former Dundalk and Sligo Rovers striker David McMillan will leave SPL side St Johnstone in June when his contract finishes.
The Dubliner has had a tricky time in Perth since his move in 2017 having gone on loan to Hamilton and Falkirk in the lower divisions in search of first team
Former Dundalk striker David McMillan is available for loan says his current manager at St Johnston’s in the SPL Tommy Wright.
Speaking to The Courier in Scotland, Wright confirmed he is available for loan but that things can change very quickly.
“David is still available for loan or a permanent transfer and
Former Dundalk & UCD striker David McMillan has left St Johnstone for Hamilton on loan until the end of the season.
Director of Football of Hamilton Allan McGonigal said: ”We’re delighted to add another striker to the squad – it’s an area we’ve been looking to strengthen. David arrives with a
David McMillan has signed for St Johnstone on a two and half year deal it was announced today.
Manager Tommy Wright told the officials St Johnstone website: “David’s a player I’ve known for quite some time and I knew he was coming out of contract and felt the time was right
Dundalk striker David McMillan is set to to sign for SPL side St Johnstone.
Speaking to The Courier, The Perth sides manager Tommy Wright had this to say on the signing and Robbie Benson's dealing falling through as of money.
“We went to the cup final the other week to look at
The 2017 League of Ireland season is coming to an end and we want to know who you think deserves to be the LeagueofIreland.ie Player of the season.
There are seven worthy candidates up for this seasons award that represent four clubs in Cork City, Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers & Bohemians.
As reported in today's Irish Sun Scottish sides St Johnstone and Dundee United are interested in recruiting Dundalk striker David McMillan.
The Perth club also are interested in capturing the signature of Dundalk midfielder Robbie Benson also.
Both players are out of contract at the end of the season and will be