Dave Donnelly

Senior Reporter


Dave Donnelly Info

Role: Senior Reporter

Start Date: Jan. 6, 2019, 6:04 p.m.

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Former FAI executive vice-president John Delaney resigns from UEFA Executive Committee

The disgraced former FAI CEO’s term was due to end in 2021, at which point he would be ineligible to apply for re-election, but he has opted to end his association with the committee a year early.

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Former FAI executive vice-president John Delaney resigns from UEFA Executive Committee

The disgraced former FAI CEO’s term was due to end in 2021, at which point he would be ineligible to apply for re-election, but he has opted to end his association with the committee a year early.

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FAI receive double allocation of 2,200 tickets for Euro 2020 qualifier in Slovakia in March

Mick McCarthy’s side face the Slovaks, who finished third in Group E, on March 26th with the winner progressing to the final against either Bosnia & Herzegovina or Northern Ireland away five days later.

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Steve and Vinny Arkins take over management of Leinster Senior League side Trinity Donaghmede

The northside club sit in the relegation zone, tenth in Major Sunday 1, at the midway point in the season, with just four points taken from their nine games to date.

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Shane Long ends nine-month goal drought but Southampton blow two-goal lead at home to Wolves

Manager Ralph Hassenhutl has heaped praise on the resurgent Long in recent weeks, lauding his relentless workrate in spite of his inability to find the back of the net this season.

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FAI Intermediate Cup Report: Home Farm 0 - 1 Malahide United

Captain Darren Craven finished clinically on the counter-attack as Malahide United booked their place in the quarter-finals of the FAI Intermediate Cup with a 1-0 victory at Home Farm.

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West Brom manager Slaven Bilic confirms 'present and future of the club' Dara O'Shea has been offered a new contract

The former St Kevin’s Boys schoolboy has had a breakthrough season at the Hawthorns after impressing on loan with Hereford and Exeter City last year.

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Captain Catherine Cronin and Ireland goalkeeper Eve Badana re-sign with DLR Waves

The pair are the latest to sign up ahead of the 2020 campaign as defender Niamh Prior and midfielder Fiona Donnelly renewed their deals earlier this week.

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Former Dundalk chief executive Mark Devlin appointed interim CEO at Huddersfield Town

Devlin stepped down from his role with the League of Ireland champions in November after just seven months at the helm to return to the UK.

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Zack Elbouzedi says he didn't want to go back to England 'for the sake of it' following move to Lincoln City

The Malahide native had been tracked by champions Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers following a breakthrough year with the Blues but opted instead for a return across the water.

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FAI Junior Cup Round-up: Holders St Michael's knocked out by Greencastle while Athenry edge nine-goal thriller in Manulla

Christy Hegarty’s extra-time goal saw Greencastle advance to the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup at the expense of reigning champions St Michael’s on a dramatic day of cup action.

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Cork's Adam Idah's makes full Premier League debut at Old Trafford as Manchester United rout Norwich

In the absence of injured top scorer Teemu Pukki and Josip Drmic, Idah has been selected by manager Daniel Farke to lead the line at OId Trafford.

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Opinion: The First Division Alliance are wrong on Shamrock Rovers II - but the dictatorial approach must stop

Why they chose a nine-team division as their hill to die on is anybody’s guess. When the next crisis arrives, they may regret choosing their moment to speak unwisely.

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Goalkeeper Lee Murphy scores from a kick out as Sheriff YC book FAI Junior Cup last 16 spot in bizarre circumstances

Last year’s beaten finalists were deadlocked with Skerries Town heading towards the 90th minute when the experienced goalkeeper lined up a kick out.

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Longford Town the first to host Shamrock Rovers II as new promotion play-off structure revealed

The Hoops’ reserve side will line out as the tenth side in the league following the dissolution of Limerick but will be ineligible for promotion nor to compete in the FAI and EA Sports Cups.

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League opener between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers pushed back to Saturday afternoon for security reasons

The game had been scheduled to go ahead at Dalymount Park the same time as the rest of the opening round on the Gypsies’ preferred matchnight of Friday at 7.45pm.

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Derry City sign Ireland under-21 winger Stephen Mallon on loan from Sheffield United

20-year-old Mallon is a regular member of Stephen Kenny’s under-21 squad and featured in the Toulon Tournament in the summer, in which Ireland reached the semi-finals for the first time.

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Waterford re-sign Ireland under-21 striker Michael O'Connor on loan from Linfield until the summer

The 21-year-old scored six goals in 20 appearances for Alan Reynolds’ side after signing on loan from the Irish Premiership champions in July in a deal that saw Bastien Héry move in the other direction.

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Former Saints title-winning captain Conor Kenna joins Leinster Senior League Kilnamanagh

Kenna, who also had spells with Shamrock Rovers and Bray Wanderers during a long career at the top level, joins former Hoops teammate Gary McCabe and ex-Seagull Sean Harding at Kilnamanagh.

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Former Saint Brandon Miele banned for two years for anti-doping violation

The former Shamrock Rovers and Newcastle United man received the sentence, backdated to September 9th, 2019, for an offence relating to the April 19th meeting with Sligo Rovers.

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Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton says Irish defender Jimmy Dunne 'crossed a line' that hastened the end of his loan from Burnley

Barton had his own disciplinary problems during his playing career, infamously stubbing out a cigar in youth player Jamie Tandy’s eye while at Manchester City.

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Had Boots, Did Travel: Irish Abroad - FA Cup special (January 5 2019)

Adam Idah was the star of the FA Cup third round as the Corkman, in just his second senior start, scored a remarkable hat-trick in Norwich City’s 4-2 win over Preston North End.

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PFA confirm they will 'stand alongside' James McClean following 'vile' sectarian abuse

The Stoke City winger complained of abuse directed at him by fans of the Terriers just past the hour mark in Stoke’s 5-2 win on Wednesday afternoon.

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