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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Oriel Park

Last year
# resilience
Dundalk come from behind to maintain Oriel Park unbeaten run
Bohs had led at the break, through Ciaran Kelly.
# Oriel Park
Dundalk pile more misery on rock-bottom UCD
Goals from Daniel Kelly and Patrick Hoban were enough for Stephen O’Donnell’s side.
All time
# Expansion
Peak6 don't plan to sell Dundalk despite acquiring share in Premier League club Wolves
Sources close to the Chicago-based investment firm insist their commitment to the Lilywhites is strong.
# Report
David McMillan makes history, as Dundalk get European run off to excellent start
The Irish side were playing against Newtown in the Uefa Europa Conference League First Qualifying Round First Leg.
# Upset
Waterford stun troubled Dundalk to climb off bottom of the table
There is growing speculation that the Lilywhites’ owners, Peak6, are actively looking to sell the club.
# Italian Job
'This is not a deal we have' - Dundalk boss Giovagnoli won't accept interference in team selection
The new Lilywhites head coach and his assistant were unveiled at Oriel Park today.
# financial matters
Dundalk record losses of more than €1.2m for 2019
The SSE Airtricity Premier Division club released their accounts today.
# Cross border
'There's been no trouble' - Dundalk boss responds to pro-IRA chants from fans
Vinny Perth says both clubs had ‘outstanding’ respect for each other in the Unite The Union Champions Cup.
'He uses empty Pringles tubes as foam rollers. Smell his breath and it will be sour cream and onion'
After clinching their fifth league title in six years, Chris Shields opens up about his team-mates at Oriel Park.
# High five
Free-scoring Dundalk smash five past Finn Harps to bounce back from Europa League exit
The defending champions put their European exit to Slovan Bratislava behind them with a comprehensive win.
# Preview
Dundalk licking their wounds after Champions League exit but ready for Bratislava challenge
Vinny Perth’s men face Slovan Bratislava in the first leg of their Europa League third qualifying round tie.
# Europa League
Dundalk will face either Ajax or PAOK in Europa League play-off should they beat Bratislava
Vinny Perth’s men travel to Slovakia this week to face Slovan Bratislava in the Europa League qualifiers.
# Lilywhites
'We prepared for this moment. It hurts a little but you take it on the chin'
Dundalk were knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers by Azerbaijani champions Qarabag last night.
# first born
'The best couple of hours of my life' - Fatherhood gives Dundalk winger Duffy a new perspective
The Derry native spoke about the recent birth of his first child after last night’s Champions League qualifier first leg with Qarabag.
# Champions League
'Important to keep the door shut' at Oriel, but Dundalk fancy scoring on the road in Europe again
Man-of-the-match Sean Hoare and Lilywhites manager Vinne Perth spoke after their 0-0 home draw with Riga.
# cup dream
Holders Derry City handed home draw in EA Sports Cup semi-final
Declan Devine’s side will take on Waterford FC at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium on 5 August.
# Between the sticks
Dundalk settle for a point as Sligo's 19-year-old goalkeeper provides man-of-the-match display
Ed McGinty saved a first-half penalty as Liam Buckley’s Bit O’Red enjoyed a share of the spoils.
# new recruit
Dundalk sign former Burnley full-back from Oldham Athletic
Cameron Dummigan is capped for Northern Ireland at U21 level.
# last bite of the cherries
Dundalk's American owners sell 25% share in Premier League side Bournemouth
An American consortium backed by Peak6 completed a takeover of the Lilywhites in January 2018.
# Dan the Man
'I was still playing amateur this time last year': Kelly agrees two-year deal with Dundalk
Daniel Kelly was playing Leinster Senior League football last year and today agreed to join the the double-winners.
# Time to say goodbye
Dundalk thank Stephen Kenny 'for driving amazing success' as manager departs Oriel Park
The Dubliner was appointed Ireland U21 manager and will succeed Mick McCarthy as senior boss in 2020.
# Stephen Kenny
'For me, he certainly has the attributes to work outside of the League of Ireland and at international level as well'
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill praised the success of Stephen Kenny, who many see as a potential future Ireland boss.
# Homelessness
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny uses PFAI awards speech to highlight homelessness
The Lilywhites manager spoke passionately about homelessness in Ireland after being named Premier Division Manager of the Year.
# Take a bow son
Double-winner Michael Duffy named PFAI Player of the Year following stellar season with Dundalk
It was a successful night for Dundalk with Stephen Kenny collecting Manager of the Year and Jamie McGrath named Young Player of the Year.
# Magic of the Cup
Losing FAI Cup final was unthinkable for double-winner Stephen Kenny
The Dundalk manager had lost back-to-back FAI Cup finals before yesterday, but secured another double with a 2-1 win against Cork City on Sunday.
# Lilywhites
'We have had a great season winning the league. It would be a perfect season for us if we could win the double'
Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny looks ahead to this afternoon’s FAI Cup final against Cork City.
# show me your medals
'You can't take any medal for granted. There are players that go their whole career without getting to a cup final'
Now in his seventh season at Oriel Park, John Mountney looks ahead to Dundalk’s FAI Cup final against Cork City later today.
# Hobanator
'He's never played at the Aviva Stadium before, but you can't be sentimental about these things'
Patrick Hoban is facing a race to be fit for Sunday’s FAI Cup final against Cork City after suffering a swollen ankle.
# three more years
'I've really enjoyed my time here' - Former Liverpool defender Cleary agrees new deal with champions Dundalk
Daniel Cleary spent time with Liverpool and Birmingham before moving to Dundalk in 2018.
# Champions
Dundalk secure record league points tally as Hoban scores 29th goal of the season
The Lilywhites were too good for manager-less Sligo at Oriel Park tonight.
# FAI Cup
McEleney's moment of magic ends UCD's FAI Cup adventure at semi-final stage
Dundalk are heading to the Aviva Stadium again, as they set their sights on the double.
# the students
‘I’ve no regrets about my time in England. I'm 23-years-old, doing a degree in UCD and am a league champion’
Gary O’Neill reflects on balancing university with football, his time in England with Wolves and Port Vale and captaining UCD to the First Division title.
# out the gap
'I'm sad to say my time here is up' - Dundalk striker departs after short stint
Nigerian-born Marco Tagbajumi is on the move from Oriel Park.
# Lilywhite
'The boys were saying they saw a picture of me lifting in the gym last year and I was a scrawny lad'
Dundalk’s Jamie McGrath has kicked on this season after getting to grips with the physical demands of being at a top club.
# Lilywhites
Superb Hoban hat-trick downs Limerick and sends Dundalk flying back top of the table
Stephen Kenny’s side returned to the top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division with a comprehensive win over Limerick.
# High five
Table-toppers Dundalk put five past sorry Seagulls to maintain top spot
Stephen Kenny’s side made it five wins in a row to maintain first place in the Premier Division against Bray.
# they all count
'It was a scuffed cross' - Dundalk midfielder admits first league goal in five years was far from pretty
Chris Shields had a bit of luck as he beat Shamrock Rovers goalkeeper Kevin Horgan in last night’s 2-1 win.
# unbeaten
Dundalk remain unbeaten after eight games with easy dispatch of Gypsies
The Lilywhites remain one point behind champions Cork City in the Premier Division standings.
# Drama
Late own goal breaks Waterford hearts as Dundalk move within a point of top spot
Stephen Kenny’s side earned a dramatic late win at Oriel Park to move within one point of first place.
# top two
Hoban proves the hero as Dundalk get one over on title rivals Cork
The Lilywhites striker scored his third goal of the season in a pulsating affair at Oriel Park.