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Grimes returns to Dundalk

Dundalk FC last night announced the capture of local defender Shane Grimes.

The Muirhevnamor man, who captained neighbours Drogheda Utd last season, started his career at Oriel Park under Jim Gannon back in 2005. 291 more words


Match Review Special: FAI Cup Final - St. Patrick's Athletic 2 - 0 Derry City F.C.

Aviva Stadium, 2nd November 2014

In Hans Kellers’s 1975 treatise on individualism, Music, Closed Societies & Football, he devotes the entire final chapter to his observations on the state of (then) contemporary football. 858 more words


Don't blame Roddy; we created him.

On Saturday I attended an Irish Supporters’ Network http://www.heartofthegame.ie conference which highlighted some great work by clubs and their volunteers. The http://www.extratime.ie report on the day is linked at the foot of this post. 466 more words

Football In Ireland

Dundalk's EA Sports Cup quarter-final clash confirmed for Tuesday May 27th

Dundalk’s EA Sports Cup quarter-final clash away to Derry City has been confirmed for Tuesday May 27th.

The match at the Brandywell will kick-off at 7.45pm, with Stephen Kenny set to return to his former club, who recently installed club legend Peter Hutton as manager in place of Roddy Collins. 40 more words


Roddy Collins' mentality is inhibiting Derry City

“I’m here to win the league trophy, it’s the only ambition and only thing I am here for.”

Roddy Collins’ bold words when appointed manager of… 647 more words

Irish Sport

Derry defender McBride absolves Hoban of any blame for injury

Derry City’s Ryan McBride has absolved Dundalk striker Patrick Hoban of any blame for his role in the incident that led to the defender being hospitalised on Monday night. 599 more words


Dundalk striker Hoban insists he never set out to hurt Derry's McBride

Dundalk striker Pat Hoban has taken to Twitter to insist he did not mean to intentionally hurt Derry City defender Ryan McBride in last night’s 3-0 victory at Oriel Park. 198 more words