Dundalk announce the signing of Nigerian striker Marco Tagbajumi

Dundalk FC have confirmed they have signed striker Marco Tagbajumi. The Nigerian signs from Norwegian side Lillestrom. Previous clubs include Stromsgodset in Norway and Cypriot side AEL Limassol. Stephen Kenny should put Tagbajumi straight into his squad for his sides crunch tie with Shamrock Rovers on Friday. ⚪⚫⚪ Welcome Marco | Ciao Marco 🇳🇬

Rebels finally out of post – Maguire Blues

Johnny Ward Sunday’s President’s Cup match was a game of two halves and four seasons. We had snow, sunshine, six goals and so much left for rumination. The competition, introduced in 2014, has developed into an endearing appetiser and Sunday’s game felt much closer to a league match than a pre-season irrelevance.

Galway United sign midfielder Stephen Kenny

Galway United are delighted to announce the signing of Stephen Kenny. The 24-year-old midfielder moves to Eamonn Deacy Park after spending two seasons on Shannonside with Limerick FC, making a total of 55 appearances for the Markets Field outfit, scoring 6 goals. The winger also counts Cork City, Waterford United and Cobh

Goalkeeper Ross Treacy signs for Dundalk

Dundalk have announced the signing of goalkeeper Ross Treacy. Treacy has played with Swansea under 23's for the last two seasons but is looking forward to a new challenge. Speaking to Dundalk's official site, he said; “I am happy to be at Dundalk. The club has done some big things in the last

Dundalk confirm sale of club to Peak6

Dundalk FC has today completed the sale of 100% of the club’s shares to a US based Consortium. The group is led by PEAK6 Sports from Chicago and includes investors with significant experience in football on both the commercial and playing sides. PEAK6 also owns a stake in English Premier League

Is Stephen Kenny a real contender for the Ireland job?

With all the speculation that Martin O’Neill is set to take up the role of manager at Premier League side Stoke City, it leaves many people asking the question, ‘who will be the next Ireland manager?’ Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny’s name is being mentioned continuously as a possible replacement, and the