Johnny Ward Sunday’s President’s Cup match was a game of two halves and four seasons. We had snow, sunshine, six goals and so much left for rumination. The competition, introduced in 2014, has developed into an endearing appetiser and Sunday’s game felt much closer to a league match than a pre-season irrelevance.
SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions and Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup holders Cork City completed an incredible second-half comeback to stun Dundalk and retain the President's Cup. A Ronan Murray double had Dundalk comfortably ahead at the break in Oriel Park but goals from Karl Sheppard, Barry McNamee, Kieran Sadlier
Dundalk have announced the signing of Hungarian Krisztián Adorján on loan until July from Novara in Serie B. Adorján is currently featuring in Dundalk's pre season tour in Spain. He was with Liverpool in 2013 but made no appearances. ⚪⚫⚪Welcome Krisztián | Üdvözöljük Krisztián 🇭🇺#DundalkFC sign Hungarian midfielder, Krisztián Adorján, on loan from
Former Dundalk FC player Andy Boyle has left Preston North End to join Doncaster Rovers to get some more game time. Boyle struggled to hold down a starting position at Deepdale so will join Darren Ferguson’s side until June. Speaking to the official Doncaster site, Boyle said: "I'm really looking forward to
Former Dundalk, Drogheda United and Monaghan United player Shane Grimes has signed with Danske Premiership side Cliftonville until the summer. The Dundalk man has had a successful career in the League of Ireland winning multiple trophies at all the above clubs. Grimes will hope to make his debut on Saturday for his
Johnny Ward In so many ways, Keith Buckley is everything that makes the League of Ireland unique, loveable and something worth cherishing in an era where elite team athletes seem to have ever less of a connection with the town and people they notionally represent. After playing for Bohemians against Shamrock Rovers