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Dundalk Make Winning Start To Their Europa League Campaign

UEFA Europa League First Qualifying Round First Leg, Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn, Estonia 12/7/2016 Levadia Tallinn vs Dundalk Dundalk's Dylan Connolly with Dmitri Kruglov of Levadia Tallinn

Dundalk made a fantastic start to their 2018 Europa League campaign with a 1-0 victory over Levadia Tallinn on Thursday. The Estonian side, no stranger to League of Ireland sides after their 6-2 aggregate defeat to Cork City in the same round last year, were looking to give a better account of themselves this time around. After a slow start …

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Dundalk’s Stephen Kenny Hits Back At Rival Managers Caulfield And Bradley

Dundalk Stephen Kenny has dismissed the complaints of rival managers John Caulfield and Stephen Bradley in relation to his side’s transfer business this week. The Lilywhites com[leted the signings of Georgie Kelly and Patrick McEleney this week, leading to grumblings in the Cork City and Shamrock Rovers camp about the financial clout that Dundalk are able to wield in comparison to …

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Shamrock Rovers V Dundalk Is Already A Clash That Neither Dare Lose

Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Semi-Final Replay, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 10/10/2017 Shamrock Rovers vs Dundalk Shamrock Rovers Lee Grace with Stephen O'Donnell of Dundalk

An early clash between two title challengers is always a big occasion, but for Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk, it’s already starting to feel like more than that. With both sides dropping points in their respective season-opening clashes last week, what happens in Tallaght on Friday night will have a massive bearing on, certainly the immediate outlook for either if not …

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2018 Season Preview: Can Dundalk Bring The Title Back To Oriel Park?

I​n the latest of our 2018 League of Ireland Premier Division previews, we take a look at last season’s runners-up, Dundalk. After three seasons of league dominance, Stephen Kenny’s Lilywhites finally relinquished control in 2017. A similar fate befell them in the FAI Cup final wherein they lost to Cork City for the second year running, and while they did …

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