Derry City have launched their new away kit for the 2018 season. The kit is designed by Adidas and is available to buy in shops this weekend and online from early next week. The new home kit is to be launched in January 2018.
After much speculation about Derry City man Aaron McEneff signing for Dundalk this season, it seems the Derry man will not be heading to Louth to sign for the Lilywhites. Local Dundalk reporter James Rogers reported that there is 'no possibility' of McEneff signing for Dundalk and that Stephen Kenny confirmed
Derry City have announced five signings for the new season. They have signed Gavin Peers, Armin Aganovic, David Hopkirk, John Cofie and Conor Agnew. Speaking to the official Derry City website Shiels said, “Gavin Peers brings experience and organisation he knows the league and he is something we haven’t got –
Today on Derrynow.com it has been reported that Derry City have offered Patrick McEleney a whopping four year contract to secure the services of the midfielder. In the piece it states that, 'McEleney still hopes to secure a move to England this winter, with Blackburn Rovers and Oldham Athletic interested, although
Derry City have announced the signing of Rory Hale on a one year deal for the new season. The midfielder joined the Galway United last season after returning to Ireland from Championship outfit Aston Villa. Kenny Shiels will be delighted to capture the Belfast mans signature after losing Barry McNamee to Cork
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game between Cork City and Derry City will go ahead on Tuesday, October 17 at Turner's Cross. Following severe weather conditions, the game was moved from Monday, October 16 to Tuesday, and structural damage did occur at Turner's Cross, resulting in the Derrynane Stand being