John Mountney has signed for St Patrick's Athletic. The midfielder has signed a one year deal with the Inchicore outfit and will be managed by his former team mate Stephen O'Donnell. The Mayo man has been with Dundalk for the last 9 years and featured over 300 times for the Louth side. Speaking
St Pats have sadly had to announce the lay offs of staff members and coaches for the foreseeable future due to Covid 19. The club released the below official statement: It is with considerable regret that the Board of St Patrick's Athletic FC, following extensive deliberation, announces that as of today it
Harry Kenny has resigned as St Patrick’s Athletic manager. Kennys side were dumped out of the FAI Cup by UCD last night 3-0. Club chairman Garrett Kelleher would like to thank Harry for his professionalism over the last year and in his earlier role as assistant manager. Harry would like to thank all
Darryl Geraghty reports from Richmond Park The big Dublin Derby was the place to be as amongst the 2908 in attendance was Ireland skipper Seamus Coleman and Under-21’s boss Stephen Kenny, as the packed out crowd were treated to a gripping and drama filled 1-1encounter. Bohs looked much the sharper from the off as
The Independent Club Licensing Committee of the Football Association of Ireland met on April 24 and awarded UEFA Licences to four SSE Airtricity League clubs for the 2019-20 UEFA Club competition season. Dundalk FC, Cork City FC, Shamrock Rovers FC and St Patrick’s Athletic FC have all been awarded Licences.