Dundalk unsurprisingly had a very successful night at the PFAI Awards on Saturday night.
Michael Duffy won the Player of the year and Jamie McGrath won the young player of the year.
Stephen Kenny collected the manager of the year in the Premier Division while UCD’s Collie O’Neill won the First Division
Dundalk midfielder Jamie McGrath has been called into the squad following his impressive form for the Lilywhites in the SSE Airtricity League. Yeovil Town defender Shaun Donnellan has been ruled out of the fixtures through injury whilst QPR winger Olamide Shodipo is also sidelined.
Leeds United's Connor Shaughnessy is recalled to
Dundalk FC are delighted to confirm that Jamie McGrath and Sean Hoare have signed new deals, tying them to the Club until 2019 and 2020 respectively.
McGrath and he joined the club ahead of the 2017 season and has made the number 10 position his own this season with a string
Speaking ahead of the trip to Dublin, midfielder Jamie McGrath told dundalkfc.com that while he knows that the side can play better than Friday night, he was pleased to get the win.
“It was a scrappy enough game and we were happy to just get the three points. It wasn’t our
Impatience is becoming a major part of the footballing world as clubs go out spending billions to sign ready-made players, rather than promoting from within. Impatience also seems to be playing a major role in the sackings of managers, as the owners are looking for immediate success rather than working
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Dundalk have made two signings this morning confirming the signatures of Jamie McGrath & Niclas Vemmelund.
McGrath is a midfielder & signs from St Patrick's Athletic having picked up two EA Sports Cups during his spell with Liam Buckleys men.
Vemmelund is a defender that can play as a right back or
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The St Patrick's Athletic striker has the potential to be right up there with