Derry City and League of Ireland star Ronan Curtis is set to leave Derry and sign for Swedish side Ostersunds for an undisclosed fee.
Curtis is heading over today to get the deal sorted as the Swedish Leagues transfer deadline is this Friday.
Speaking about the move, the Ostersunds chairman said the
Derry City moved one step closer to European qualification yesterday afternoon as the in-form Candystripes dismantled a lacklustre Limerick side at Maginn Park.
Early first half goals from Barry McNamee, Rory Patterson and a second half strike from Ben Doherty gave the Candystripes all three points and a comfortable third place
Bohs came into this evening’s clash following a frustrating 2-1 away defeat at Finn Harps and looking to avenge a 4-1 opening day Dalymount Park defeat at the hands of tonight’s visitors, Derry City.
In a very open and entertaining first half, both sides looking comfortable on the ball, it was
Derry City returned to winning ways yesterday afternoon as Kenny Shiels’ men put 4 past a struggling Sligo Rovers Side at Maginn Park.
Lukas Schubert, Ronan Curtis, Aaron McEneff and Rory Holden all got their names on the score sheet, to earn the Buncrana men all 3 points and their
For those Irish football fans who were living under a rock this past week, distress signals appear to have been sent by Irish Clubs.
Last week Finn Harps FC released a statement, encouraging supporters and the local community to participate and engage in series of fundraising events coming up while
Derry City have announced the loan extension of Nicky Low (25) from Dundee.
Low will now stay on with the Candystripes till November 7th 2017.
Speaking to the official Derry City website, Low said “I have enjoyed my time here and it was only the league campaign, but now we are going
Derry City wasted no time over the mid season break as Kenny Shiels added a trio of signings to his squad.
25 year old Scot, Darren Cole, 18 year old Eoin Toal and 20 year old Jamie McIntyre have all penned deals for the Candystripes.
Former Rangers Defender, Cole, signed a deal
25 points, 16 games played and with just one game remaining before the mid-season break, I take a brief look at Derry City’s season so far.
It’s been a turbulent first half of the season for the Foylesiders to say the least. After a flawless start to the season
Derry City have signed up former player Mark Timlin for the 2017 season.
Timlin played with St Patrick's Athletic last season but he was on top of Kenny Shiels list for recruitment and now the deal is done for 2017 and a possible second year in 2018.
BREAKING NEWS: @derrycityfc are delighted
Derry City's Kenny Shiels, Dundalk's Stephen Kenny and Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny have been nominated for the PFAI Manager of the year for 2016.
All three had fantastic seasons with Shiels guaranteeing European football back at the Brandywell, Harry Kenny taking Bray from the brink to a possible top six