When I was at school I remember the class being brought to Drogheda for a school trip to see St Oliver Plunkett’s head. I doubt if you could palm schoolkids off with such fare nowadays, but then I was brought up in simpler times. The visit came back to me
With Glastonbury just over for another year, one of our readers has sent in a picture of themselves at the UK Festival. It shows them representing their hometown League of Ireland colours and flying their club flag high over their tents. SSE Airtricity League First Division side Drogheda United was well represented
Sligo Rovers have announced the signing of Drogheda United goalkeeper Michael Schlingermann yesterday evening. The PFAI Goalkeeper of the Year 2015 signs for Dave Robertson's side on a one year deal. There were rumours of many clubs interested in the Mayo man after his heroics last season for Drogheda United. He was part
Striker Lee Duffy has signed for Longford Town for the 2016 season after leaving Drogheda United. The stiker scored 7 goals in 23 appearances for the Drogs last season but ultimately the club were relegated. The former Shelbourne player will be a great addition to Tony Cousins front line where they will
Bray Wanderers have signed Mick Daly from Drogheda United on a two year deal. Daly and Drogheda were relegated to the First Division last Friday. This will be a great signing for Bray and they are delighted with their capture as their twitter feed suggests.
It is the perfect time and place to use Alex Fergusons famous phrase 'squeaky bum time' in referencing Limerick and Drogheda's battle to the last day for relegation. With just two points between the sides and the goal difference exactly the same at -18 it couldn't be closer going into tonights