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Sunday 5 February 2023 Dublin: -3°C

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# Lilywhites
Stephen Kenny eyes Champions League with Dundalk after historic year
The three-in-a-row Premier Division winning manager is aiming to build upon his side’s impressive achievements in 2017
# Lilywhites
Kenny: We gave away criminal goals and will need to improve for next year
The Dundalk boss had mixed emotions after seeing his team crash out of the Europa League.
# courageous
Dundalk bow out of the Europa League after narrow defeat in Israel
The Louth club lost out to Maccabi Tel-Aviv but results elsewhere meant they couldn’t qualify anyway.
# The Comeback Kid
Back from AFL life with Fremantle to give Kildare football a boost for 2017
Sean Hurley is making an inter-county return.
# Awards Season
8 Dundalk players included in Soccer Republic Team of the Year
Sean Maguire is Cork City’s sole representative on the line-up.
# Over The Moon
Shocked Daryl Horgan 'absolutely delighted' to get Ireland call
Now Dundalk’s talisman is determined to get in Martin O’Neill’s 23-man squad for the trip to Austria.
AS IT HAPPENED
Dundalk v Zenit St Petersburg, Europa League
The 2008 winners and Group D leaders visited a sold-out Tallaght Stadium this evening.
# Breaking New Ground
Europa League knockout stages attainable after Dundalk's most impressive victory so far
Stephen Kenny is eager to turn his focus to Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final with Derry City, however.
# Ringing endorsement
'Magically, you get a flight over and after two days in England you’re up to international standard'
Dundalk defender Brian Gartland says team-mate Daryl Horgan deserves to be in the Ireland squad as he has ‘proven everything he has to prove’.
# Lilywhites
Lovely moment as 'Kildare's biggest fan' helps captain to collect All-Ireland trophy
After consoling Pauric Mahony earlier this summer, Jennifer Malone was on the steps of the Hogan Stand today.
# Lilywhites
What does a player like Daryl Horgan have to do to get an Ireland call-up?
Dundalk’s European heroes have shown that they can handle themselves against top-class opponents, writes John O’Sullivan.
# Crunch time
'Some of those Dundalk players wouldn't look out of depth within the Irish squad'
The former Irish skipper thinks the time is right for certain names to make the step-up.
# Academic Ability
600 points in the Leaving Cert, a master's degree and two goals in this season's Champions League
Dundalk midfielder Robbie Benson spent five years studying at UCD but his move to full-time football could hardly have gone much better.
# Lilywhites
Dundalk and Man United discover their fate in the Europa League
The draw was made in Monaco this afternoon.
# Lilywhites
'We have to go for it. There's no point us trying to keep it tight and dying a slow death'
Dundalk defender Andy Boyle insists tonight’s tie with Legia Warsaw is still alive — but the first goal is crucial.
# Know Your Enemy
Everything you need to know about Dundalk's Champions League opponents
Legia Warsaw stand between the Lilywhites and a historic place in the competition’s group-stage.
# incredible scenes
Dundalk make Champions League history on unbelievable night in Tallaght
David McMillan scored twice to send the Lilywhites through to the play-offs after a 3-1 aggregate victory over BATE Borisov.
# Momentum
'At half-time we said 'It's only a matter of time - we're cutting them open''
Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk dug deep and showed plenty of character to progress in their Uefa Champions League qualifier.
# front runners
Assured Dundalk back to winning ways after 'bump' in Cork
Ciaran Kilduff scored and assisted as the Louth men beat St Pat’s.
# Lilywhites
Dundalk FC draw Icelandic side FH Hafnarfjörður in the Champions League
The fixture dates are yet to be confirmed.
# success
McMillan-inspired Dundalk extend lead at the top with narrow win
Injuries to captain Stephen O’Donnell, Patrick McEleney and Ciaran Kilduff meant that Stephen Kenny didn’t have a particularly sizeable pack to shuffle for this one.
# plenty of needle
Red sky, red cards and a litany of bookings as early pace-setters share the spoils in Dundalk
The Lilywhites were held by the Candystripes in an ill-tempered clash at Oriel Park.
# Lilywhites
Four changes to Kildare team that promotion chasing Clare will face on Sunday
The sides clash in a key game in Division 3 of the Allianz football league.
# Division 3
Unbeaten Kildare are top of the table as Longford and Sligo also triumph
There were also wins for Antrim, Wicklow and Louth in Division 4.
# Team news
O'Neill names team for first league game with Kildare as Harte selects four Tyrone debutants
Kildare travel to Westmeath on Sunday while Tyrone are at home to Cavan.
# end of season
'If they win it again next year, I don’t think there'd be any doubt that they're the best ever'
Gavin McLaughin has released a new book about Dundalk’s all-conquering season.
# Lilywhites
The husband and wife hoping to claim All-Ireland glory in Croke Park on Sunday
Kildare square off against Waterford in next Sunday’s intermediate decider.
# Lilywhites
Chelsea's deadline day signing is a former League of Ireland defender
Michael Hector had a short stint at Dundalk back in 2011.
# Premier Pride
14-man Tipperary see off Kildare to set up All-Ireland minor final against Kerry
The final takes place on 20 September.
# Bidding farewell
Jason Ryan has resigned as Kildare's senior football manager
The Lilywhites are beginning the search for a new boss.
# Kingdom Attack
Cooper, Darran and O'Brien all back starring makes Kerry boss a happy man
Kerry’s forward line is looking strong.
# Comment
5 talking points as Kerry cruise to All-Ireland semi-final and Kildare suffer humiliating loss
A great day for the Kingdom, a bad day for the Lilywhites.
# Minor Stars
Great start to Kildare's football weekend with All-Ireland minor win over Cavan
The Lilywhites won tonight’s quarter-final clash with the Breffni County.
# starting XV
One change to Kerry senior team for clash with Kildare on Sunday
The sides clash at Croke Park next Sunday afternoon.
# Comment
6 talking points after a huge win for Kildare and a crushing loss for Cork
It was a major night for both counties football sides.
# Backdoor Upset
Kildare stun Cork to deliver knockout blow in All-Ireland football qualifier
Semple Stadium was the venue tonight.
# back on track
Kildare recover from Dublin mauling for qualifier triumph over Offaly
Victory for the Lilywhites in Tullamore.
# Lilywhites
Kildare edge out Dublin in six-goal Leinster minor thriller
The Lilywhites avenged last year’s provincial final defeat against Dublin.
# Team news
One change apiece for Dublin and Kildare ahead of Leinster semi-final
Eoin Doyle comes in for injured Fergal Conway.
# BIT O' CONFUSION
No Heary, no points for Sligo as Towell gets Dundalk back to winning ways
Owen Heary is officially still the manager of the north-west club, but Joe Ndo took charge this evening.