Stephen O’Donnell has been named the new St Patrick’s Athletic Head Coach on a two year deal. The Galway man interviewed on Wednesday for the role and was granted permission by Dundalk to take up the role as he was the clubs opposition analyst.
Dundalk’s captain Stephen O’Donnell is set to retire from football and take a coaching role within Dundalk’s backroom team. In an article on the Irish Independent’s website it is expected that the final touches to the deal is being sorted with an announcement due next week. It is expected that the Galwegian
League of Ireland veteran and current Dundalk skipper, Stephen O’Donnell is no stranger to the road one must take to recover from serious injury. O’Donnell broke onto the senior football scene all the way back in 2005, signing for Scottish league side Falkirk after ending a three-year association with Premier League
Less than 24 hours after he "heard a crack" in a tackle and suffered yet another horrific injury, Stephen O'Donnell observed an incoming call from an unknown number, answering gingerly. "Hello Stephen. This is Ruby Walsh. I just wanted to ring to sympathise about your knee." The Dundalk captain has his suspicions
Dundalk captain Stephen O'Donnell sat down with Dundalksport.ie and chatted about his sides upcoming Champions League fixture with Rosenborg and what he feels their chances are to progress. Watch yourself below and see the Dundalk skippers determination to build on last years achievements. Dundalk play Rosenborg at Oriel Park tonight with kick
It has been reported today that Dundalk captain Stephen O’Donnell & midfielder Chris Shields may have overcome injuries to be fit for Dundalk’s clash with Maccabi Tel Aviv On Thursday. O’Donnell picked up a hamstring injury against AZ Alkmaar while Shields came off also clutching his hamstring in a friendly with