Alan Keane

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Crossmaglen’s Francie Bellew celebrating  the club’s victory in the Ulster club football  final of 2008. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

My parents are hoarders. Not on an industrial scale, not in a way that would interest TV producers, but they like to hold onto things. My brother en(...)

A terrace complete with homage to manager Stephen Kenny at Oriel Park.  Photograph: Eric Luke

There are many stories about how bad the bad old days got at Dundalk FC. Some are probably apocryphal, but all are plausible. What is certainly true(...)

 Dundalk’s Alan Keane: “I didn’t think for a minute a few months back when I was playing GAA that I’d end up involved in a title decider with Dundalk last week.” Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Alan Keane’s hopes of starting for Dundalk when they meet Zenit may have been dealt a fatal blow by Sean Gannon’s involvement in the final training se(...)

Daryl Horgan’s double gave Dundalk three points in their top of the table clash with Cork City. Photograph: Inpho/Ryan Byrne

Dundalk 2 Cork City 1 Their stadium’s shortcomings mean Dundalk have enjoyed almost all of their best nights this season away somewhere, whether Du(...)

Derry City’s  Ronan Curtis celebrates scoring his side’s  second goal in the FAI Cup semi-final at Oriel Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dundalk 2 Derry City 2 Two-nil up at the break, it looked like Dundalk had done enough to book their place in a second successive FAI Cup but goals f(...)

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny  and player Andy Boyle. Photograph: Leszek Szymanski/EPA

With new signings to bed in and a league match to win, Stephen Kenny insisted that he had not paid much attention to who Dundalk might land in today’s(...)

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has a number of injury concerns as his side travel to play Wexford Youths. Photograph: Inpho.

With eight points separating Longford Town and Wexford Youths at the foot of the table, it might be too late for Alan Mathews to make a major differen(...)

Here’s your team-by-team guide to this season’s national Premier League. Photograph: Inpho

Bohemians Last year: 5th. Title odds: 50/1. The early season form of Keith Long’s side was one of the great surprises of last year and though they r(...)

Dundlak remain at the top of the league with their eight-point margin intact. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Sligo Rovers at Oriel Park, Dundalk maintained their eight-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table. At(...)

Jamie McGrath scores St Patrick’s Athletic’s second goal during the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division match against Sligo Rovers at the  Showgrounds. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

Sligo Rovers 0 St Patrick’s Athletic 3 St Patrick’s Athletic served a timely reminder to Dundalk and Cork City that they were still in the title race (...)

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