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Video: The People, Passion & Perseverance Behind Dundalk Football Club

Dundalk Football Club have released a series of videos detailing the passion and perseverance behind the Irish football cornerstone that is the Lilywhites.  In a brilliantly produced series, in association with the club’s main Sponsor, Fyffes, we learn about how some of the fans of the club came to be supporters and just how much Dundalk, as a club and as an …

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Cork City Will Seek Revenge At Home To Dundalk

The last fixture between these two settled the destination of the league. It’s too early for that possibility just yet, pride and points are on the line at Turners Cross tonight.    A big crowd is expected at Turners Cross on Friday for this highly anticipated top of the table clash. The matches between these teams decided the destination of the …

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3 Reasons Why Dundalk Have Continued Their Dominance

Dundalk are one of the few sides in the Premier Division that look unstoppable once they begin to build up a head of steam, something which was illustrated last season and has continued to great effect this year, once again. The word ruthless and Dundalk have now become so intertwined that giving the Louthmen even a slim chance of opening up …

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LOI Preview: Premier Division Opening Weekend

A number of intriguing fixtures will light up the opening round of the 2015 Airtricity League Premier Division. Stephen Loftus previews all of the weekend’s games. Friday March 6th Dundalk vs Longford Town (kick-off 7:45 pm) The reigning champions open their season at home to Longford after winning the title on the last day of the season last year by defeating …

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Chris Shields Column: Dundalk Confident Heading Into 2015

Following on from his first column reflecting on last season’s title win, Dundalk FC’s Chris Shields looks ahead to the 2015 season and what we can expect from Ireland’s top tier. Following the success of 2014, I genuinely cannot wait for the new season to begin. Although we have lost some players at Dundalk, we’ve certainly added to the squad. …

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Chris Shields Column: 2014 Was An Unforgettable Year

2015 is going to be a big year at Pundit Arena HQ and we’re delighted to announce that Dundalk FC’s Chris Shields, 2014 league and cup winner, has joined the PA Team. In his first column, Chris reflects on what was a historic title win for all at Oriel Park. Last year was an incredible success. Finishing second the year …

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Dundalk’s Higgins Moves To Coleraine

Ruaidhri Higgins has left Dundalk by mutual consent and will now link-up with Northern Irish side Coleraine as they enter the second half of their season. The 30-year-old has signed a two and half year deal for the Danske Bank Premiership club. Higgins agreed to a new deal with the Lilywhites back in November but has subsequently decided to join-up with …

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Lilywhites Supporters’ Club Set For Launch

A new Dundalk supporters club is set for it’s launch night on the 5th of February.  The Lilywhites are a club which have come from close to financial ruin in 2012 to being League of Ireland champions in the space of two years. An article published on the club’s official website at the time (2012) showed just how severe the problems were. …

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Is €55 For A League Of Ireland Jersey Too Much?

With the League of Ireland always trying to grow its brand and awareness on a national level, one would think the more team jerseys sold the better. Having looked through many club shops and websites, this writer has found that the average price for an adult home/away jersey is €55. The €55 example is of the St. Pat’s and Dundalk …

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Dundalk To Face Everton In Pre-Season Friendly

Dundalk FC will take on Everton as part of their pre-season preparations in the New Year, manager Stephen Kenny has revealed. The fixture with the Merseyside club was secured as part of the deal that took Ben McLaughlin to Goodison Park back in August 2012, with a fixture set to be finalised for either late January or early February in …

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John Mountney signs up for Dundalk for the 2015 season

Dundalk FC have announced that midfielder John Mountney has signed a deal to remain with the club for the 2015 season. The Mayo native spent the last three seasons at Oriel Park having joined from Mervue United at the start of 2012. Only 22, the midfielder played a key role in the success of 2014 where he picked up a …

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Dundalk’s Richie Towell Close To Blackpool Move

Dundalk’s midfield talisman of 2014 looks set to move to Blackpool in the near future, according to reports.  Louth and Meath radio station LMFM Tweeted this earlier today: Sport-reports this lunchtime that Richie Towell is close to joining English C’ship side Blackpool — LMFM RADIO (@LMFMRADIO) December 2, 2014 Pundit Arena reported two weeks ago of how Towell was set …

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Local Lad Shane Grimes Returns To Oriel Park

Dundalk FC have confirmed the signing of local player Shane Grimes. Grimes started his career at Oriel Park back in 2005 under Jim Gannon and remained at the club until the 2008 season where chances were limited, however he was part of the side which gained promotion against Kidare under John Gill. A move to Monaghan United followed in 2009 …

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Ruaidhri Higgins Pens New Dundalk Deal

Dundalk have announced the re-signing of Ruaidhri Higgins who commits his immediate future to the Premier Division champions.  Higgins was vital cog in midfield for the Lilywhites last term, making 40 appearances in total for the Oriel Park side. Higgins, 30 becomes another key player to have re-signed for the Lilywhites; following in the footsteps of major players from this Dundalk side …

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Dundalk Sign Paddy Barrett From Galway

Paddy Barrett has been announced as the latest addition to Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk side ahead of next season. Barrett joins from Galway, having moved there from Waterford United halfway through last season. The 21-year-old defender helped Tommy Dunne’s side to promotion into the Premier Division and will be another young player for Stephen Kenny to call upon. @DundalkFC can confirm …

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Mark Rossiter Confirms Dundalk Departure

Dundalk right-back Mark Rossiter has confirmed his departure from Dundalk FC. The 31-year-old joined the Lilywhites from St Patrick’s Athletic two seasons ago and was a popular figure at the club during his spell there but unfortunately injury finished his first team status. He featured 28 times under Stephen Kenny in his debut season in 2013 at the club but …

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