Current Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn has been released by his club side Aberdeen yesterday.
The Dungannon man had been with the Scottish side since 2012 making nearly 180 appearances over the 5 year period.
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny had previously managed the winger at Derry City in 2008 after signing him
Current Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has now managed a full team of Internationals in the League of Ireland.
The below players have gone onto International success after Kenny had managed them at Dundalk, Derry City & Bohemians.
We have it so that the team formation is an attacking 3-4-3.
Stephen Kenny’s LOI international
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny collected the RTE Sport Manager of the year for 2016 in Dublin last night.
Kenny gave the credit for the award to his players saying, “I accept it on behalf of the Dundalk players,” he said. “The players have been magnificent over the last two-and-a-half years,
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has been rewarded for his fine season with Dundalk by being named the Phillips Lighting Manager of the year.
Kenny beat off competition from Martin O'Neill, Jim Gavin, John Kavanagh, Joe Schmidt to pick up the 2016 award.
The Dubliner guided Dundalk to a third league title in
Dundalk had their Europa League press conference today in preview of their clash with AZ Alkmaar in Tallaght on Thursday.
Here is the press conference in video that was published by the Dundalk FC Facebook page featuring Stephen Kenny & Sean Gannon.
Derry City's Kenny Shiels, Dundalk's Stephen Kenny and Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny have been nominated for the PFAI Manager of the year for 2016.
All three had fantastic seasons with Shiels guaranteeing European football back at the Brandywell, Harry Kenny taking Bray from the brink to a possible top six
A rainy night in Tallaght Stadium on August 2nd 2016 will be one of the most talked about and remembered nights in Dundalk FC's history, especially for the management team of Stephen Kenny and Vinny Perth.
Below we have documented the seconds before the final whistle blew to the moment that
Speaking to dundalkfc.com before tomorrows match was manager Stephen Kenny and he believes the players can step up to the mark on Wednesday night and backs them to put in another big performance on the European stage.
“It’s clearly defined what we have to. There are no grey areas with the
Tonight's talk around Dundalk will all be all about their one all draw in their Champions League fixture with FH, but a talking point that seemed a bit peculiar was the notes manager Stephen Kenny had in the programme tonight.
A few national journalists gave it a mention.
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In a game that was meant to be a standard victory for Stephen Kenny's men, they came up against a well drilled, fit and persistent Wexford Youths side who made the Champions work for their three points as the game finished 3-2 at Oriel Park.
Youths took the lead on twelve