Amid rumours of Stephen O’Donnell’s impending retirement, James Rogers looks back at some of the key stats in the career of a League of Ireland legend.
· There have been 384 league matches played since Stephen O’Donnell made his debut in the league for Bohemians in a 2-1 win over Cork
Patrick Hoban is hoping that by firing Dundalk FC to the title he can also land himself a place in the Republic of Ireland senior panel.
There have been increasing calls for Martin O’Neill to include the 27 goal striker in his squad given his form this season for Stephen Kenny’s
James Rogers chats to Stephen McGuinness
Nowadays Stephen McGuinness is best known in League of Ireland circles for his role with the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland (PFAI)
However, long before the 44-year-old became general secretary of the players’ union, he was a tough tackling centre half who won all there is
Ahead of Dundalk FC’s first Premier Division match against Waterford FC since the turn of the millennium in Oriel Park this Friday night, it’s hard not to think back to their last league meeting and wonder what the last few years in the League of Ireland might have looked like
Dermot Keely has pretty much done it all in the League of Ireland.
After 35 years involved in the league as a player, manager, supporter and columnist a new chapter of his life recently began when he set up a bar in Lanzarote with his partner Jane Martin.
The pub, aptly named
Stephen Kenny has said that a deal for Swedish striker Luka Mijaljevic is 'not happening'.
There were reports all last week that the striker was destined to sign for the League of Ireland side, but speaking to a local journalist Kenny confirmed the deal was off.
Former Barnsley player Jeff McGowan will be
After much speculation about Derry City man Aaron McEneff signing for Dundalk this season, it seems the Derry man will not be heading to Louth to sign for the Lilywhites.
Local Dundalk reporter James Rogers reported that there is 'no possibility' of McEneff signing for Dundalk and that Stephen Kenny confirmed
Danish defender Niclas Vemmelund has announced that he is to leave Dundalk and that the FAI cup final will be his last game for the Lilywhites.
Speaking to James Rogers of local Dundalk newspaper 'The Argus' the Dane said that, “I’m not going to sign and Stephen has known for maybe
'It's the end of an era in terms of League of Ireland commentary this weekend' - That’s because well known Dundalk broadcaster Gerry Malone is parting company with local radio station LMFM after almost 30 years.
Gerry, best known to those on Twitter as @LiveatOriel, was a founding member of the