Dundalk Football Club are delighted to announce that leading goalscorer Patrick Hoban has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2021 season.
The 28 year-old centre forward is in his second spell at the club having rejoined ahead of the 2018 season following a three year spell
Dundalk’s star striker Pat Hoban has revealed that there is no contract offer from Dundalk and that the club have stopped negotiating with him over a new deal.
This will be a blow for Dundalk fans as the Galway man is the clubs all time top scorer in the League and
One of the longest serving players within the current Oriel Park home dressing room, Dundalk full-back Dane Massey is regarded by many as one of the finest left-backs to ever grace the League of Ireland. Collecting a staggering fourth league title last Friday night under Stephen Kenny’s reign at Dundalk,
Dundalk returned to the top of the table tonight after defeating Cork City 2-1 in a tense match at Oriel Park.
With over four thousand in Oriel Park for the mouth watering tie Dundalk were the team that came out on the attacking foot and put Cork under pressure as the
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's Pat Hoban & Ronan Murray along with Cork City's Graham Cummins are the joint favourites to be the League of Ireland's top scorers for 2018.
All three players are placed at 6/1 to be the number one striker this year with Paddy Power.
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Dundalk FC have announced three signings today at the launch of their new jersey.
The club announced the return of striker Pat Hoban along with the captures of Dean Jarvis (left back) from Derry City and Stephen Folan (centre back) from Galway United.
More to follow.
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Former Dundalk & Mervue United player Patrick Hoban has been released by his club Oxford United and is now a free agent.
Hoban has high level League of Ireland experience playing with Mervue United and also had two season with Dundalk where he scored 34 times in 60 appearances for Stephen
Shamrock Rovers are having a tough season in front of goal in 2016 and it seems to be having big implications on their title challenge.
Rovers are sitting in 5th place, seven points off the leaders Dundalk, and have scored the least goals in the top six of the league with
After Dundalk's comfortable 2-0 away victory over Bohemians at Dalymount Park, manager Stephen Kenny was asked if he had any interest in signing striker Patrick Hoban for a second spell at Oriel Park.
Hoban who scored 20 goals for Dundalk in their title winning season of 2014 and will be out