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    July Transfers 2010

    Premier Division

    Bohemians
    Manager: Pat Fenlon
    Ins

    Outs

    Paddy Collins (Athlone Town)
    Ryan McEvoy (Athlone Town) Loan
    Denis Moran (Athlone Town)
    David Quirke (Monaghan Utd)


    Bray Wanderers
    Manager: Eddie Gormley
    Ins
    Derek Prendergast (Bangor Celtic)
    Danny O'Connor (Newry City)
    Adam Mitchell (Bangor City)
    Matt Gregg (Dundalk)
    Sean Houston (UCD)
    Gary Dempsey (Darlington)
    Gary Shaw (Newbridge)

    Outs

    Ian McNeil (Monaghan Utd)
    Robbie Doyle (Released)


    Drogheda Utd
    Manager:
    Ins
    Pete McMahon (UCD)
    Darren Meenan (Free)
    Robert Duggan (Shamrock Rovers)
    Yael Hara (Pobla de Mafumet CF)

    Outs

    Gareth O'Connor (St Pat's Ath)
    Robbie Martin (Released)
    Jamie Duffy (Released)
    Damian Brennan (Shelbourne)
    Brian King (Released)
    Joe Kenderick (Released)
    Paul Murphy (Dundalk)


    Dundalk
    Manager: Ian Foster
    Ins
    Steven Lennon (Rangers)
    Simon Madden (Darlington)
    Matt Tipton (Macclesfield Town)
    Paul Murphy (Drogheda Utd)
    Dean Bennett (Kidderminster)
    Daniel Kearns (West Ham United)

    Outs

    JJ Melligan (Cheltenham Town)
    Billy Smith (Released)
    Donal Greene (Newry City)
    Matt Gregg (Bray Wanderers)
    Michael Synnott (Released)
    Neale Fenn (Shamrock Rovers)
    Michael McGowan (Released)
    Tiarnan Mulvenna (Released)


    Galway Utd
    Manager: Sean Connor
    Ins
    Steven Walsh (Galway Hibs)
    David Sheppard (Free)

    Outs

    Cian McBrien (Salthill Devon)
    Anto Flood (Released)
    James Creaney (Released)
    Bobby Ryan (Limerick)
    Thomas Heary (Limerick)


    St Pat's Ath
    Manager: Pete Mahon
    Ins
    Danny North (Grimsby)
    Gareth O'Connor (Drogheda Utd)
    Chris Bennion (Athlone Town)
    Jamie O'Brien (Bradford)

    Outs

    Alex Williams (Stenhousemuir)
    Dan Connor (Hereford)
    Conor Sinnott (Released)
    Andy Haran (Athlone Town)


    Shamrock Rovers
    Manager: Michael O'Neill
    Ins
    Richard Walker (Brechin)
    Pat Jennings (Free)
    Neale Fenn (Dundalk)
    Aidan Downes (Yeovil)

    Outs

    Jason Oladele (Longford Town)
    Don Cowan (Longford Town) Loan
    Ollie Cahill (Sporting Fingal)
    Robert Duggan (Drogheda Utd)
    Craig Walsh (Longford Town) Loan


    Sligo Rovers
    Manager: Paul Cook
    Ins
    Lee McEvilly (Barrow)
    Jim Lauchlan (Dundee)
    John Gibson (Dundee)
    Romauld Boco (Free)

    Outs

    Dean Marshall (Athlone Town)
    Lee McEvilly (Released)
    Mark Doninger (Released)
    Steve Feeney (Released)
    Paul Whelan (Monaghan Utd)


    Sporting Fingal
    Manager: Liam Buckley
    Ins
    Ciaran O'Brien (Colorado Rapids) Loan
    Colin Hawkins (Brighton)
    Ollie Cahill (Shamrock Rovers)

    Outs

    Stephen Paisley (Shelbourne)
    Shane Barrett (Cork City FORAS)


    UCD
    Manager: Martin Russell
    Ins
    Robbie Benson (Athlone Town)
    Tom O'Halloran (Athlone Town)
    Sean Houston (Bray Wanderers)
    Karl Moore (Man City)

    Outs
    Pete McMahon (Drogheda Utd)
    Shane Fitzgerald (Athlone Town)
    Gavin Falconer (Waterford Utd)


    First Division


    Athlone Town
    Manager: Brendan Place
    Ins
    David O'Riordan (Newbridge Town)
    Dean Marshall (Sligo Rovers)
    Declan O'Brien (Valetta)
    Paddy Collins (Bohemians)
    Shane Fitzgerald (UCD)
    Kieran Maloney (Cherry Orchard)
    Thomas O'Hanlon (Crumlin United)
    Christopher Browne (FC Carlow)
    Daniel O'Reilly (Shamrock Rovers)
    Kevin Boland (Longford Town)
    Aaron O'Connor (Athlone Under 17s)
    Robbie Murray (Belvedere FC)
    Jason Hughes (Limerick) Loan
    Ryan McEvoy (Bohemians) Loan
    Denis Moran (Bohemians)
    Andy Haran (St Pats Ath)
    David Breen (Wexford Youths)

    Outs

    Noel McGee (Released)
    Kevin Quinn (Released)
    Brendan Turley (Released)
    Kevin Dunne (Released)
    Stephen Caffrey (Retired)
    Robbie Benson (UCD)
    Tom O'Halloran (UCD)
    Chris Bennion (St Pats)
    Dean Marshall (Cherry Orchard)
    David Bracken (Lissadel)


    Cork City FORAS Co-Op
    Manager: Tommy Dunne
    Ins
    Billy Woods (Midleton FC)
    Neal Horgan (Douglas Hall)
    Eoghan Lougheed (Avondale United)
    Gavin Kavanagh (Crumlin United)
    Karl Caulfield (Casement Celtic)
    John Meade (Blarney United)
    Derek Varian (Everton AFC)
    Kalen Spillane (Cork City FC’s Youths)
    Gareth Cambridge (Waterford Utd)
    Jonas Piechnik (Tjörring IF)
    Shane Barrett (Sporting Fingal)
    George O'Callaghan (Waterford Utd)

    Outs
    David Clancy (Released)
    Uros Hojan (Released)
    Dave Rogers (Limerick)


    Derry City
    Manager: Stephen Kenny
    Ins
    Daniel Lafferty (Celtic)
    Michael McCrudden (Newcastle United)
    Darren McCauley (Celtic)

    Outs

    Vinny Sweeney (Institute)


    Finn Harps
    Manager: James Gallagher
    Ins
    Shane O'Connor (Free)
    Keith Cowan (Free)
    Gavin Cullen (Institute)
    Tony Shields (Institute)
    Chris Breen (Free)

    Outs

    Jonathan Minnock (Swilly Rovers)


    Limerick
    Manager: Pat Scully
    Ins
    Stephen O'Flynn (Northampton)
    Dave Rogers (Cork City FORAS)
    Timmy Kiely (St Michaels)
    John Sullivan (Hamilton)
    David O'Leary (College Corinthians)
    Bobby Ryan (Galway Utd)
    Thomas Heary (Galway Utd)

    Outs

    Robbie Kelleher (Released)
    Ian Storan (Released)
    Conor Molan (Released)
    Brian Collopy (Released)
    Jason Hughes (Athlone Town) Loan


    Longford Town
    Manager: Tony Cousins
    Ins
    Lee Roche (Liffey's Pearse)
    Jason Oladele (Shamrock Rovers)
    Don Cowan (Shamrock Rovers) Loan
    Aidan Roche (Liffey's Pearse)
    Craig Walsh (Shamrock Rovers) Loan

    Outs

    Fiachra McArdle (Western Knights)
    Simon Kelly (Released)
    Derek Tyrrell (Released)
    John Paul McDonagh (Newbridge)


    Mervue Utd
    Manager: Tom French
    Ins

    Outs

    Patrick Hoban (Bristol City)


    Monaghan Utd
    Manager: Mick Cooke
    Ins
    Ian McNeil (Bray Wanderers)
    Paul Whelan (Sligo Rovers)
    David Quirke (Bohemians)

    Outs



    Salthill Devon
    Manager: Emlyn Long
    Ins
    Cian McBrien (Galway Utd)

    Outs


    Shelbourne
    Manager: Alan Matthews
    Ins
    Brian Farrell (Memphis Tigers)
    Stephen Paisley (Sporting Fingal)
    Damien Brennan (Drogheda Utd)
    Mark O'Brien (Free)

    Outs



    Waterford Utd
    Manager: Stephen Henderson
    Ins
    Paul Murphy (Wexford Bohemians)
    Michael Coady (Carrick United)
    Shane Barrett (Blarney United)
    Gavin Falconer (UCD)
    Daryl Kavanagh (Free)
    Paul Walsh (Free)

    Outs

    Gareth Cambridge (Cork City FORAS)
    George O'Callaghan (Cork City FORAS)
    David Grincell (Released)


    Wexford Youths
    Manager: Noel O'Connor
    Ins
    Greg Yelverton (Free)

    Outs
    David Breen (Athlone Town)
    Jimmy Keohane (Bristol City)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Gary Dempsey left Pats at the end of last year and was with Darlington before joining Bray
    Scored a fine free kick against us last night. Why didnt his supposed move to Fingal go through before he signed for Bray?
    Manager: Fergal, have you your boots with ya?
    Fergal: Ya, I have them here.
    Manager: Ah good stuff, well give them to this man so, he forgot his!

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    it was confirmed by one of the sligo lads at the league cup final that Jason McCartney of Sligo Rovers has being released from the club...
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    Daniel Kearns signed on for 2011 with Dundalk yesterday.
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    Ross Gaynor signs on for another year with DundalkFC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinho II View Post
    it was confirmed by one of the sligo lads at the league cup final that Jason McCartney of Sligo Rovers has being released from the club...
    Would he make a good town signing?
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    It's fair to say everything is looking rosey up in oriel again it wasn't so long ago that foster looked doomed but with these players signing new deals the club looks like having a steady future
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinho II View Post
    it was confirmed by one of the sligo lads at the league cup final that Jason McCartney of Sligo Rovers has being released from the club...
    He quit the club, wasn't released. Has since signed for a local junior side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outspoken View Post
    It's fair to say everything is looking rosey up in oriel again it wasn't so long ago that foster looked doomed but with these players signing new deals the club looks like having a steady future
    Its all but rosey at Oriel OS,seemingly the club needs to cut back the playing budget for next season which could mean that other clubs could cherry pick our best players.
    There is a fairly good debate on this issue going on atm on our forum with good points being made from both sides.
    Hopefuly we can get another 6/7 of this years squad signed up for 2011,and with a few additions we should be pushing to improve our position in the leauge once again(we have beaten last years points position with 4 games left to play) To achieve this we need to at least double the ammount of members in our trust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullit View Post
    Its all but rosey at Oriel OS,seemingly the club needs to cut back the playing budget for next season which could mean that other clubs could cherry pick our best players.
    This is just pure speculation primarily based on an article in local paper Dundalk Democrat which quotes Ian Foster:

    While Foster has achieved his short-term target of "building a new squad to strongly compete in the Premier Division", he admits that his long term aim of making Dundalk a major force in Irish football could be in jeopardy if the club reduce the playing budget for next season.
    This follows on from the club chairman telling it as it is in last weeks programme:

    Club chairman Padraig McGowan suggested that would be the case in his programme notes for the Galway United game on Friday night, saying that the club's "financial situation remains very challenging."

    He went on to say that that club "face an uphill task to maintain our current playing budget for next season. Things are very tight financially for everyone at the moment but if we as supporters wish to maintain a competitive top flight club, then we all need to do a bit more".
    Any seasoned vetern of battles over team budgets will recognise the normal shadow boxing. Talk of reduced budget at Dundalk is premature.

    What is fairly certain is that the club wouldn't spend money they don't believe is sustainable

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    Foster quotes on DundalkFC.com today:
    the budget hadn’t been finalised; it was finalised last night and I only got word for it this morning. So, we hope now that things will get done a little bit quicker.”
    He knows what the budget is but Joe supporter(the most important link in the chain) is still in the dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullit View Post
    Foster quotes on DundalkFC.com today:
    the budget hadn’t been finalised; it was finalised last night and I only got word for it this morning. So, we hope now that things will get done a little bit quicker.”
    He knows what the budget is but Joe supporter(the most important link in the chain) is still in the dark.
    I am not aware of any club which declares its playing budget publically.

    Maybe this would be interesting and informative generally, but I don't envisage any club publishing reliable figures on their website anytime soon.

    As regards supporters being kept in the dark - if you were reading the thread you mentioned earlier on Oriel Web you may have noticed that the club have plans to make more financial information for supporters

    Work has been on-going for some considerable time on fine-tuning the anticipated financial performance of the club to the financial year-end on 30 November, and more importantly on the overall projected club budget for 2011.

    More detailed information will be made available to supporters in the near future so that all concerned can get a more detailed understanding of the financial position of the club, and how all stakeholders can play a part in building the club.

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    This conversation will continue on OW so, although its a guess which side you will be supporting?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullit View Post
    This conversation will continue on OW so, although its a guess which side you will be supporting?????
    No need to guess

    I'm on the side of transparency and of spending within your means.

    Is there any other sustainable side?

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    Maybe you will be transparent on OW and answer some of the questions that have been asked of you there instead of sidetracking and towing the party line here with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullit View Post
    Its all but rosey at Oriel OS,seemingly the club needs to cut back the playing budget for next season which could mean that other clubs could cherry pick our best players.
    Depends on whether other clubs are in a position to maintain their budgets. Bohs will certainly be reducing their budget, perhaps Rovers and Fingal too. I think the general trend will probably be towards lower wage demands and that might benefit the likes of Dundalk/Pat's/Sligo etc.

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    bulit - I certainly have not sidetracked anything here. I simply challenged your suggestion -

    Quote Originally Posted by bullit View Post
    Its all but rosey at Oriel OS,seemingly the club needs to cut back the playing budget for next season which could mean that other clubs could cherry pick our best players.

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    Regardless of budget, always a good sign to see a club having it set and allowing the manager to sign payers for next season already. Can do nothing but create stability and confidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sligoman View Post
    He quit the club, wasn't released. Has since signed for a local junior side.
    what club is that sligoman?
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