Barry McNamee

McNamee fires City to second

St Patrick’s Athletic 0 Derry City 1 Barry McNamee fired home just after the hour mark to return Derry to second spot in the Airtricity Premier Division and see City round out the first series of games with 23 points. City’s preparations were hampered when Dean Jarvis was injured in the warm up, Patrick McClean […]

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Shiels: “We didn’t turn up”

Speaking to the media in the aftermath of tonight’s game, the City boss accepted that his side didn’t deserve much from the game. “It was disappointing, we didn’t to to play anywhere near the way we have been.   The support was disappointed and I was too” “We have to revisit tonight’s performance it, repair […]

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Sluggish City stun by Sligo

Derry City 0 Sligo Rovers 2 Image Credit:  Kevin Morrison Sligo extracted a speedy revenge for their two nil defeat in the Brandywell ten days ago, turning the tables on the Candystripes to take all three points.  The well deserved victory consigned City to their first home defeat of the season and left Kenny Shiels […]

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Can City repeat the trick?

Derry City v Sligo Rovers, 7.45pm, Brandywell City defeated Sligo Rovers in the EA Sports Cup but it is league points on offer tomorrow night when Dave Robertson brings his side to the Brandywell.  The visitors will be looking to build on their 3-0 victory last week against Longford Town, whereas City are long to […]

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Bohs next up at the Brandywell

Derry City will be aiming to maintain their good form when they entertain Bohemians tonight (KO 7.45pm). Kenny Shiels’ side are currently unbeaten in their last eight games, nevertheless the Derry boss is expecting a tough encounter this evening. City have only had two victories from their last seven games against the Dubliners and they lost all […]

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Three and easy for City

Derry City 3 Shamrock Rovers 0 A blistering start from Derry saw Ronan Curtis grab an early breakthrough and the home side never looked back, pushing on to inflict their heaviest defeat on Shamrock Rovers since 2002.  Curtis struck after two minutes, latching onto a loose ball to slot it past Barry Murphy and bring […]

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