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    Patrick McEleney rejoins Dundalk

    Dundalk have re-signed Patrick McEleney just six months after he left the club. McEleney has rejoined the Lilywhites on a three-and-a-half year deal after suffering relegation with Oldham Athletic. The 25-year-old played just nine times – scoring once – for Oldham since joining the English club in January, and had become available for transfer following […] More

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    Cork comeback stuns Dundalk in President’s Cup

    There was a flurry of goals in the snow at Oriel Park as Cork City beat Dundalk 4-2 in the President’s Cup. The Leesiders plundered four second half goals to overturn a two goal deficit, ensuring early bragging rights over the Lilywhites ahead of the 2018/19 SSE Airtricity League campaign. There was a minute’s silence […] More

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    McClean named PFAI Overseas Player of the Year

    James McClean has won the PFAI Overseas Player of the Year award. The Derry native beat international teammates Robbie Brady and Shane Duffy to the award, less than a week after being crowned the RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year for 2017. McClean attended the awards ceremony at the Marker Hotel in Dublin to collect his award, […] More

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    Cork win latest battle in ongoing war

    “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” American Football coach Red Sanders first enshrined that line in the sporting lexicon some six decades ago, its staying power having stood the test of time right through those intervening years. Athletes the world over have built careers atop that rock of wisdom, the need to go above […] More

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    Cork City have won the FAI Cup on penalties

    Cork City have sealed the domestic double by beating Dundalk 5-3 on penalties in the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup final. Kieran Sadlier scored the winning penalty at the Aviva after Michael Duffy missed Dundalk’s fourth spot-kick, in what was the third consecutive meeting between the sides in the cup final. Both of the previous […] More

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    Match Report: Rosenborg 2-1 Dundalk

    Dundalk were beaten 2-1 after extra time by Rosenborg to dash their dreams of taking on Celtic in the next round of Champions League qualifiers. The Lilywhites travelled to Trondheim knowing they needed an away goal, and Stephen Kenny’s side made the breakthrough after just 12 minutes in the Norway sunshine. Brian Gartland rose highest […] More

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    Kenny hoping for “one of the great performances in Irish football history”

    Stephen Kenny says the prospect of playing Celtic in the Champions League “is a marvellous incentive” to overcome Rosenborg tonight. Dundalk must score against the Norwegian side in Trondheim tonight if they are to progress to the next round of qualifiers after a 1-1 draw at Oriel Park last week. David McMillan put the Lilywhites […] More

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    Dundalk will play Celtic or Linfield if they beat Rosenborg

    Dundalk will face either Celtic or Linfield in the next round of Champions League qualifiers if they can overcome Rosenborg next week. The Lilywhites drew 1-1 with the 24 time Norwegian champions at Oriel Park on Wednesday, and know they must score in Trondheim if they are to progress to the next round. Dave McMillan […] More

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    Dundalk v Rosenborg preview

    Dundalk made waves in Europe with an historic run in the Europa League last season, and this year’s European adventure gets under way tomorrow. The Lilywhites host Rosenborg in the second round of the Champions League qualifiers at Oriel Park, and the Norwegian side represent tricky opponents for the Irish club. After a stuttering start […] More

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    Dundalk draw Rosenborg in Champions League qualifier

    Dundalk have drawn Rosenborg in the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round. The Lilywhites made it to the Europa League group stages last season after an exciting run in Europe, but will face a tough task against the Norwegian champions. Stephen Kenny’s side are the reigning Irish champions, but are currently second in the SSE Airtricity League […] More

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    Daryl Horgan outlines training differences between Dundalk and Preston

    It’s been a whirlwind twelve months for Daryl Horgan. The Irish winger experienced a remarkable Europa League campaign with Dundalk, received his first international call-up, and earned a move to Championship side Preston. Preston are currently 11th in the Championship table, and just seven points off the promotion places. Horgan has made five appearances for his […] More

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    League of Ireland losing the numbers game

    (This article originally appeared on The Season Ticket). Wayne Rooney’s rapturous weekend is unlikely to have escaped the attention of even the most ardent football agnostics, images of his record-breaking goal shamelessly splashed across our senses in the days since. Saturday’s strike marked 250-not-out for the Manchester United man, Rooney now standing alone as the […] More

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