Adam Wixted on the road to recovery after difficult time with injury

By Adam Wixted (@AdamWixted)

On the 8th of March (ironically on my birthday) while playing away to Limerick in the Markets Field I dislocated my shoulder at the beginning of the second half. From what I can remember it was just a slight nudge I got in my back while I was dribbling with the ball and I was off balance. I tried to soften my landing by putting my hands out and that’s when it popped out of place… it was out of place maybe for about 20 minutes or more… Continue reading “Adam Wixted on the road to recovery after difficult time with injury”

Cobh Ramblers and Dundalk into the Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals 

Bohemians v Cobh Ramblers U-19
Action from Dalymount

Cobh Ramblers will face Dundalk in the Under 19 Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals this week after they beat Bohemians 3-2 after extra-time at Dalymount Park.  Continue reading “Cobh Ramblers and Dundalk into the Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals “

Russell signs for Drogheda United

Sean Russell Drogheda United
Sean Russell

Drogheda United have announced the signing of midfielder Sean Russell from Louisville City. The midfielder is manager Pete Mahon’s first signing of the summer and he joins the Drogs having impressed in yesterday’s friendly defeat to Ipswich. Continue reading “Russell signs for Drogheda United”

It was a whirlwind 24 hours for Drogheda United’s Stephen Meaney 

Stephen Meaney Drogheda United
Stephen Meaney

Drogheda United striker Stephen Meaney made his League of Ireland debut on Friday night, in a 4-1 defeat to Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium, before then lining out, and scoring twice, for the U-19’s on Saturday afternoon.  Continue reading “It was a whirlwind 24 hours for Drogheda United’s Stephen Meaney “

Stephen Paisley Column – Watching Elliott is worth the admission fee alone

Stephen Elliott Drogheda United
Stephen Elliott

Friday night saw a clash between Shamrock Rovers and Drogheda United. A game between two teams from the opposite ends of the table and a player at the opposite end of his career.  Continue reading “Stephen Paisley Column – Watching Elliott is worth the admission fee alone”

“Solid defensively, now we need to work on our attack,” says Drogheda Assistant Gill

Drogheda United Assistant Manager John Gill
John Gill

Drogheda United have now drawn three straight matches 0-0 following their 5-0 drubbing to league leaders Cork City at Turners Cross.  Continue reading ““Solid defensively, now we need to work on our attack,” says Drogheda Assistant Gill”

Open letter from Gareth McCaffrey to Drogheda United fans

Following his departure from the club last week, Gareth McCaffrey has written an open letter to Drogheda United supporters reflecting on a memorable year for the young forward at United Park. Continue reading “Open letter from Gareth McCaffrey to Drogheda United fans”