Drogheda United have released the news that Mark Kinsella has left the club as manager and that Pete Mahon will return to finish the season out.
It was announced that Mark Kinsella’s 60 day period in charge as caretaker manager came to an end as per criterion PAD 2.01.
Apparently Mahon was
This video was brought to our attention by a Drogheda United fan today and we feel it deserves to be put up on the site.
The video is of current Drogheda United player Sean Thornton rapping after they won the League (Roy Keane era) with Sunderland.
I wonder if Sean will give
With the news that Drogheda United manager Johnny McDonnell has left the club by mutual consent there is a lot of talk around the area about who will become the new full time manager next season.
We have given our five options that we feel will be looked at by the
The news was broken on Soccer Republic tonight by Darragh Maloney.
Keith Treacy is to join Louth side Drogheda United, to possibly wind down his career icloser to home.
He earned six Irish caps for the Republic of Ireland, featuring in a number of friendlies against the likes of Argentina and Croatia.
With Irelands goalkeeping issues worsening with the news that David Forde has been dropped by Millwall,Given is Stoke's reserve keeper and Westwood is injured surely their must be a place for a League of Ireland keeper to be looked at?
We understand that it is a very unlikely situation but even
According to the Drogheda Independent, Drogheda United's star player Daryl Kavanagh has been released by the Louth club.
Apparently he is heading stateside to play for an un-named club along with gaining employment.
Kavanagh currently has 3 league goals for the Drogs and his work rate and intensity has been at a
With Ian Harte being released from his club Bournemouth last week there spells a lot of speculation to see if Harte will return home and play in the League of Ireland.
Harte who hails from Drogheda in County Louth, it is expected that if he decides to sign for a League
LeagueofIreland.ie and Drogheda United have teamed up to give away a pair of tickets to Drogheda's home game tomorrow night Friday 24th April against Longford Town at United Park.
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Drogheda United will be looking to return to winning ways tomorrow night when they host Limerick at United Park, kick-off 7.45pm.
The Drogs fine start to the season came to a halt last Friday against Galway United as they were undone by an early Enda Curran strike and despite Galway being