Speaking to dundalkfc.com ahead of the visit of Sligo Rovers, goalkeeper Gary Rogers reflected on the EA SPORTS Cup quarter-final win on Tuesday and feels it is good to be back in the semi-final of a competition ‘which has been good to the club’.
“It’s good to be into the next
We are now aware of the four semi finalists for this seasons EA Sports Cup.
Holders Dundalk, Cobh Ramblers, Sligo Rovers & Derry City will compete for the League Cup this season.
Dundalk beat Bohemians last night 3-0 in Oriel Park while Cobh Ramblers impressively beat Longford Town 2-0 to progress.
Dundalk FC went down to a 2-1 loss against Waterford FC in the SSE Airtricity League at the RSC on Friday night. Izzy Akinade struck twice to put the hosts in front before Ronan Murray pulled one back on the stroke of the half-time interval.
Sharing his thoughts on a “disappointing
The nominations for the SSE Airtricity League Player of month have been announced.
There are representatives from Dundalk, St Patrick's Athletic, Cork City & two from Derry City.
The winner will be announced next week.
Here are the nominations.
Dylan Watts (Bohemians): The teenage midfielder caught the eye against Shamrock Rovers, Derry City and
After suffering injury time heartache at Oriel Park earlier in the season, Waterford FC will be seeking revenge when they entertain Dundalk at the RSC for the first time since the promotion/relegation playoff back in 2012.
The Blues lost the game at Oriel to a 94thminute own goal conceded by Garry
Georgie Kelly is to move to Dundalk when the transfer window opens in July.
The young Donegal native made three league appearances for Derry in the 2015 season before departing the Brandywell for a soccer scholarship at UCD. After a decent first season he came to life for College last term,
Dundalk FC can confirm that Graham Byrne, the Club’s strength and conditioning coach has left Oriel Park to explore new opportunities.
Byrne joined the Club ahead of the 2013 season and was a member of the backroom team for our success in recent years including the three league titles, the FAI
Dundalk moved back to the top of the table with a 5-0 demolition of St Patrick's Athletic at Oriel Park.
Amazingly the game was scoreless going into the break even though Dundalk had numerous chances to go in front but the St Pat's defense held firm.
However, only a minute into the
Dundalk right back Sean Gannon is set to miss up to six weeks through injury.
Gannon collided with Cork’s Danny Kane on Friday night and ended up breaking two ribs.
More to follow.
A sell-out crowd is expected as Cork City and Dundalk meet at Turner’s Cross on Friday night.
Cork City have five wins from five at home so far this season, with their most recent outing at Turner’s Cross a 1-0 win over Sligo Rovers last week. They followed that up with