Former Dundalk man Richie Towell has been handed a new deal from his club Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Dubliner signed for Chris Hughtons side on a two and half year deal only eighteen months ago and has been handed a contract extension until 2019.
Towell found chances hard to come by under
Former Dundalk FC man Richie Towell is set for a loan move to a Championship side next season.
Towell's current boss Chris Hughton confirmed this to The Argus today stating "Players like Rohan [Ince] and Richie will go out on loan.
We have been really delighted with Richie but we are
Former Dundalk player and 2015 PFAI Player of the year Richie Towell scored his first goal for Brighton & Hove Albion last night.
Towell scored 29 goals in his last season with Dundalk, and moved to Championship side Brighton in January as a result of that.
The Dubliner was blighted by injuries
Former Dundalk midfielder Richie Towell could be set to head out on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion in January.
Speaking to The Argus yesterday Chris Hughton confirmed that for game time Towell may be sent out on loan.
The Dubliner only featured once in the league for the Seagulls and that
Richie Towell made serious waves in the League of Ireland after arriving to Dundalk in 2013 after a spell in Scotland with Celtic and Hibernian on loan. Towell's 43 goals in 96 league appearances and consistent performances made him a key figure in a Dundalk team that recently has seen
As an avid League of Ireland fan I’m well aware of the leagues problems and believe me there is plenty of problems with this league.
I follow Galway United so I have been through losing my club and unfortunately far too common a faith which plenty of clubs suffer. The main
Ex Dundalk FC midfielder Richie Towell has won the SSE Airtricity League Player of the year award at the FAI Awards tonight in Dublin.
The Dubliner who is currently at Brighton and Hove Albion beat off competition from his former team mates Andy Boyle and Daryl Horgan.
The FAI Awards SSE Airtricity League player of the year for 2016 nominees have been announced.
With Dundalk's double season last year it was inevitable they would have a strong contingent up for the awards.
They have all 3 nominees, although Richie Towell now plays with Brighton & Hove Albion.
Andy Boyle, Daryl
It emerged that before the start of last season, the media collectively predicted that reigning champions Dundalk would finish fourth, that they wouldn't be able to deal with the loss of top scorer Pat Hoban.
This obviously wasn't the case, and the Town romped to a second consecutive league title. But
Richie Towell signed an 18 month deal with high flying championship side Brighton & Hove Albion in January.
The move was a deserved one for Towell who was Dundalk's top scorer in 2015 with 29 goals including the winning goal in the FAI Cup Final in the Aviva Stadium in November.