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Kenny Hits Out At GAA Who Are “Without Dignity” In Liam Miller Saga

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has hit out at the GAA saying “Liam Miller’s family are currently being treated without dignity by the GAA authorities in Cork.” Kenny was speaking in his programme notes ahead of Dundalk’s Europa League second-round game against AEK Larnaca this evening. The Dundalk boss was highly critical of the GAA and outlined how he supported the comments …

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The Forecast: When Is Katie Taylor’s Fight And Details Of All Irish Sport This Weekend

We’re set for another bumper weekend of sport.  All Ireland hurling semi-finals, Katie Taylor’s defence of her IBF/WBA titles, the Irish Life Health Track & Field Championships…there is plenty to get your teeth stuck into this weekend. Here, we provide you with everything you need to know for another bumper weekend of Irish sport, in association with the RNLI. Thursday:  …

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Cup Win Keeps Dundalk Success On Track

Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk side have been the fairy tale story of League of Ireland football over the last three years. They’ve collected every league title available in that time as well as enjoying the most successful and fervently followed European run in recent memory. Unfortunately for the Co Louth side, they have been the victim of their own success. Their outstanding …

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Dundalk Sign Former Chelsea Midfielder Conor Clifford

Republic of Ireland Squad Training 10/10/2012 Conor Clifford and Aiden McGeady Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Dundalk have announced the signing of former Chelsea player Conor Clifford. The 25-year-old has joined the League of Ireland champions following a spell at non-league Boreham Wood. Clifford captained the Blues to FA Youth Cup success in 2010 and has drawn comparisons to Frank Lampard in the past. The Dublin native previously played for Leicester City and Southend while he …

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Daryl Horgan And Andy Boyle Set For Dream FA Cup Debuts

DUNDALK, IRELAND - JULY 22: Daryl Horgan of Dundalk (R) applauds the supporters during the Champions League 2nd round qualifying game at Oriel Park on July 22, 2015 in Dundalk, Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle could be set for debuts against high profile opposition. Preston North End welcome Arsenal to Deepdale in their third round FA Cup tie and Simon Grayson has hinted that the duo could be in contention to feature. Newstalk reported that the Preston boss will run the rule over the former Dundalk duo in the coming weeks. …

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Rising Stars: Six League Of Ireland Youngsters Who Could Be The Next Big Thing

2016 UEFA European Championship Group E, Stade de France, France 13/6/2016 Republic of Ireland vs Sweden Ireland's Shane Long and James McClean Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

With Dundalk currently flying high in the Europa League, the League of Ireland is enjoying a welcome spell in the limelight. Attention is being attracted from sources previously oblivious to the Irish domestic game. The league’s top young talents are constantly being drawn across the water to English outfits but there are now even clubs from further afield interested in …

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Opinion: Reluctantly Irish? It’s Time We Focus Entirely On Developing Our Own Talent

BELGRADE, SERBIA - SEPTEMBER 05: Head coach Martin O'Neill of Ireland reacts during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Serbia and Ireland at stadium Rajko Mitic on September 5, 2016 in Belgrade. (Photo by Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty Images)

Why do we bend over backwards to accommodate the ‘reluctant Irish’? Time after time, every effort is afforded to coax individuals to play for the Republic of Ireland when their heart quite clearly belongs to another land. It’s time we start developing the next Robbie Keane and Damien Duff rather than be preoccupied converting other nation’s also rans. There’s something …

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Dundalk Had Plenty To Be Proud Of Even Before Vital Play-off Got Underway

On a fantastic night for Irish football, Dundalk claimed their greatest victory without a ball even being kicked. Stephen Kenny’s men remain one step away from European football’s most prestigious tournament but the Dubliner has also perhaps created the most formidable outfit the league has ever seen. The journey they are currently on has been massively beneficial for the whole of …

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