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
The SSE Airtricity/SWAI Player of the Month nominations for September have been announced.
Following his move from Aston Villa in August, Rory Hale gets his first nomination for the award after his impressive form for Galway United whilst Bastien Hery also gets the nod for the first time after his
Stephen Kenny has confirmed that there has been no contact made from Dundee United in regards the sale of David McMillan.
The striker is in flying form for the lilywhites and has 47 goals in 107 appearances.
Scottish media outlets had articles over the last few days stating that Dundee United were
Dundalk striker David McMillan has signed a new deal with Dundalk for the 2017 season.
McMillan has been with the club since 2014 and has been a huge part of the clubs successes over last 3 seasons.
Speaking to dundalkfc.com after signing the deal McMillan admitted that he was pleased to get
In a game where the end result meant nothing Dundalk dismantled Galway United in a 4-1 scoreline at Oriel Park and deservedly lifted the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division title in front of their adoring fans.
The breakthrough came on 13 minutes when a fantastic back heel in the box
Dundalk striker David McMillan has won the Soccer Writers player of the month for July.
Huge European goals and two league hatricks sealed it for McMillan.
“The award comes after a good month so I’m delighted to get it,” said McMillan.
“I had two hat-tricks in the month so that was a bit
When David Mc Millan was at Sligo Rovers I knew there was something a bit special about him.
The games he played for us, he worked hard, grafted when needed and did all he could to show the Rovers manager and fans what exactly he could do.
But alas his time on