Goalkeeper Gary Rogers has signed a new one year deal with Dundalk FC.
The Meath man (37) has been with Dundalk since 2015 and in this time has won League titles, FAI Cup & EA Sports Cup along with an International Call up.
Rogers is one of the very few players to
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
Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers will join a unique list of League of Ireland greats on Friday night should he takes his place, as expected, between the sticks for his side’s match against Waterford FC.
The game at Oriel Park will be the 500th league appearance of the 36-year-old’s career.
That’s enough to move
Martin Russell was named as manager and Gary Rogers goalkeeping coach for the PFAI Training Camp.
There will be 12 sessions up until the first week of January with two of these sessions being games.
The opposition and venues will be communicated out when confirmed.
Martin Russell commented,”I’m looking forward to getting
Dundalk FC goalkeeper has completed his League of Ireland medal set as he collected his EA Sports Cup winning medal on Saturday.
Having started his League of Ireland career in 2001 with Drogheda United, the Meath man has had a long career winning many titles and trophies but the League Cup
It has been confirmed by Dundalk FC that goalkeeper Gary Rogers has signed a new deal with Dundalk keeping the Meath man at Oriel Park for another two seasons.
Gavin for signed before the 2015 season, Rogers built up quite the reputation as a solid shot stopper in his tenure at
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has dismissed speculation linking the club with a move for former Bohemians goalkeeper Brian Murphy.
A report in today’s (Tuesday) Irish Sun suggested that a move for the Portsmouth goalkeeper was in the offing this month after he allegedly turned down a move to Shamrock Rovers.
Cork City boss John Caulfield has called for two League of Ireland players to be in every Ireland squad.
The interview below was in today's Irish Examiner.
It comes on the back of Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers being o the bench for Ireland on Friday night in their friendly with Holland.
It was a tough and appropriate warm up game for Martin O'Neill's men but they passed the test with flying colours in the Aviva Stadium as they drew one all with the Netherlands.
The Dutch started the game positively and held high amounts of possession without making starting keeper Darren Randolph
It has been confirmed that Dundalk FC goalkeeper Gary Rogers is currently training with the Irish International team in preparation for the Holland friendly on Friday.
There had been some speculation in the last few days that Rogers would be called into the squad for cover as Shay Given is injured