As a supporter of Rochdale AFC as well as being a League of Ireland man, I was delighted when Ryan Delaney signed for us back in January. It was a brave move by the Wexford native, who first came to my attention as part of the 2015 Wexford Youth’s promotion-winning
Cork City FC are delighted to announce the signing of Danny Kane.
The 20-year-old joins the club from Huddersfield Town and speaking to CorkCityFC.ie, the defender said: “I am delighted to get it over the line and sign for the best club in Ireland. I am really looking forward to getting
Rochdale have announced the signing of former Cork City & Wexford Youths defender Ryan Delaney on a two and a half year deal from Burton Albion for an undisclosed fee.
Last season Delaney won the Double with Cork City and featured in the PFAI Premier Division team of the year for
Republic of Ireland U21 Head Coach Noel King has named his squad for next month’s UEFA U21 Championships Qualifying Round Group 5 clash with Azerbaijan in Baku.
King has named two players currently playing in the League of Ireland.
Ronan Curtis of Derry City & Ryan Delaney of Cork City has been
Cork City FC are delighted to announce that Ryan Delaney’s loan spell with the club has been extended.
The defender, who has been in excellent form since arriving on loan from Burton Albion, will now stay at City until the end of the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season.
Commenting on the news,
Burton Albion have signed Wexford Youths full back Ryan Delaney on a two year deal.
The defender has made 51 appearances for the Youths and scored 2 goals.
There was an undisclosed fee attached with the deal.
Nigel Clough had this to say on the signing "(Ryan) can play left-back or left centre