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First Team News
// 23 Dec 2009

Alan Cawley, who starred for St Patricks Athletic in central midfield in their excellent European run last season, has signed with Dundalk FC for next season. Holder of a premier league medal with Shelbourne in 2004, the 27 year-old has matured into an excellent creative midfield player. A former under age Ireland international, Alan also…

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First Team News
// 9 Dec 2009

Chris Bennion has described his departure from Dundalk as ‘an end of a chapter’ in his football career, as the Scottish goalkeeper ended his six-year association with the club just last Saturday by signing for Athlone Town, in the process becoming the Midlanders’ new captain. The 29-year-old had been at Oriel Park since January 2004…

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First Team News
// 5 Dec 2009

From his accent, it’s clear where he was born and bred. But, who exactly is Ian Foster and what has he become? We have decided to take a closer look at Oriel Park’s newest arrival.

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First Team News
// 20 Oct 2009

Michael Daly’s 74th-minute strike salvaged an important point for Dundalk as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with bottom-of-the-table Bray Wanderers at a rain-swept Carlisle Grounds on Tuesday night.

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First Team News
// 16 Oct 2009

Despite having three men sent off in a crazy 17-minute spell, Dundalk held on for a memorable point as, resembling the Alamo, they somehow kept Sligo Rovers at bay to secure a valuable 2-2 draw at Oriel Park on Friday night.

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First Team News
// 9 Oct 2009

Dundalk’s search for a first Premier Division win over a Dublin side in eight years continues after they were held scoreless by Saint Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park on Friday night.

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First Team News
// 2 Oct 2009

A late goal from James Chambers salvaged a precious point for relegation-threatened Drogheda United as they came from behind to draw 2-2 with ten-man Dundalk at United Park on Friday night.

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First Team News
// 25 Sep 2009

Dundalk cemented fifth place in the League of Ireland Premier Division as they easily brushed aside Galway United on a 3-0 scoreline at Oriel Park on Friday night.

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