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#Europa League

# europa-league - Thursday 29 September, 2016

Goalscoring hero Ciaran Kilduff savours 'surreal' moment as Dundalk continue to make history

The striker scored the winning goal in tonight’s Europa League encounter.

Ibrahimovic on target as Man United claim dour victory over Zorya Luhansk

The Swedish striker scored the only goal of the game.

Here's the Dundalk goal that gave Irish football its first European group stage win Historic This post contains videos

As it happened: Man United v Zorya Luhansk, Europa League

Manchester United got their Europa League campaign back on track with a 1-0 win.

Benayoun, Ben Haim, Arveladze and Cruyff: Who are Dundalk's opponents Maccabi Tel Aviv? Profile This post contains videos

Benayoun, Ben Haim, Arveladze and Cruyff: Who are Dundalk's opponents Maccabi Tel Aviv?

Dundalk take on the Israeli side later this evening in the Europa League.

# europa-league - Wednesday 28 September, 2016

'We haven’t been cocky or arrogant but we think we can compete at this standard'

Dundalk’s Brian Gartland is hoping the Lilywhites can finish the season strongly.

'Magically, you get a flight over and after two days in England you’re up to international standard'

Dundalk defender Brian Gartland says team-mate Daryl Horgan deserves to be in the Ireland squad as he has ‘proven everything he has to prove’.

# europa-league - Sunday 18 September, 2016

'All I heard was Pogba screaming at United teammates'

The French midfielder made his frustration known during the Red Devils’ defeat to Feyenoord, according to Dirk Kuyt.

# europa-league - Thursday 15 September, 2016

As it happened: Feyenoord v Man United, Europa League

Feyenoord took on Man United, as Jose Mourinho’s side looked to bounce back from their loss to City.

# europa-league - Friday 9 September, 2016

600 points in the Leaving Cert, a master's degree and two goals in this season's Champions League

Dundalk midfielder Robbie Benson spent five years studying at UCD but his move to full-time football could hardly have gone much better.

# europa-league - Friday 26 August, 2016

Dundalk and Man United discover their fate in the Europa League

The draw was made in Monaco this afternoon.

# europa-league - Thursday 25 August, 2016

Deja vu: West Ham dumped out of Europe by Romanian champions

Felipe Teixeira’s goal just before half-time proved the difference at a stunned Olympic Stadium in London.

# europa-league - Wednesday 24 August, 2016

Dundalk to earn more than €6m in Europe and there are plenty of more bonuses on offer

The Lilywhites could also earn a further €360,000 for each win they record in the Europa League group stages.

# europa-league - Friday 5 August, 2016

Caulfield issues passionate rallying cry on solutions to League of Ireland problems

“The solutions are there, I can see them. Now is the time for us to drive on. We need to set our standards.”

'I can't put into words how thankful I am that I play for this club'

Alan Bennett reflects on Cork City’s Europa League exit.

# europa-league - Thursday 4 August, 2016

Cork City's European adventure comes to an end at a sold-out Turner's Cross

KRC Genk progress at the expense of John Caulfield’s side.

As it happened: Cork City v KRC Genk, Europa League third qualifying round second leg

We’re at Turner’s Cross as Cork City aim to overturn a 1-0 deficit from last week’s first leg.

Cork hope to add to Genk's away-day blues and continue League of Ireland success in Europe

Turner’s Cross is a 7,000 sell-out for tonight’s second leg.

Bolger preaches patience ahead of 'one of the biggest games in the club's history'

The Cork City midfielder insists that they can’t afford to implement a plan of all-out attack against Genk tonight.

# europa-league - Friday 29 July, 2016

'I'm sure they will play with great heart, with 7,000 supporters behind them'

KRC Genk boss Peter Maes will bring his side to Cork with a one-goal lead next Thursday evening.

# europa-league - Thursday 28 July, 2016

Cork City's Europa League hopes still alive but 'disappointed' Caulfield rues missed chances

It’s set up for a cracker at the Cross next Thursday.

All to play for in Cork next week as City suffer narrow defeat in Belgium

John Caulfield’s men lost 1-0 to KRC Genk in their Europa League first leg tonight in Belgium.

As it happened: KRC Genk v Cork City, Europa League third qualifying round first leg

We’re in Belgium for the next stage of Cork City’s European adventure.

Genk weakened by defender's Premier League move as Cork City eye another European upset

The Leesiders are in Europa League action in Belgium tonight.

Caulfield's City aim to increase financial windfall with another priceless Europa League win

Cork City are in Belgium to face KRC Genk.

# europa-league - Wednesday 27 July, 2016

Cork City midfielder relishing 'chances that you wouldn't get in England'

The Leesiders arrived in Belgium yesterday ahead of tomorrow night’s Europa League meeting with Genk.

# europa-league - Tuesday 26 July, 2016

'He's playing on half an ankle but that just shows you the type of man he is'

Greg Bolger continues to endear himself to Cork City supporters as he leads their European charge.

# europa-league - Monday 25 July, 2016

Live TV coverage confirmed for both legs of Cork City's Europa League tie against KRC Genk

The Leesiders are in action in Belgium on Thursday night.

# europa-league - Friday 22 July, 2016

Here's the volley that sealed another famous European victory for Cork City Golden Goal This post contains videos

Here's the volley that sealed another famous European victory for Cork City

Kevin O’Connor’s deflected first-half strike gave the Leesiders a 1-0 win over Swedish Cup holders BK Hacken.

Why I'll always be grateful for being introduced to the League of Ireland

“There were days when I hated being there, but there was never a time when I didn’t look forward to going.”

'They may be better and have more money but it's an opportunity to make heroes of yourselves'

Cork City boss hails “phenomenal” win over Swedish Cup champions.

'I don't see why we can't go a step further' - Cork City set for Belgian battle

Kevin O’Connor fired his side into the next stage of the Europa League but they don’t want it to end there.

# europa-league - Thursday 21 July, 2016

Cork City eliminate Swedish Cup holders to progress in the Europa League

A first-half goal from Kevin O’Connor gave the Leesiders a 2-1 aggregate victory against BK Hacken.

As it happened: Cork City v BK Hacken, Europa League second qualifying round second leg

We’re at Turner’s Cross as Cork City aim to make the most of their away-goal advantage from last week’s 1-1 draw.

'We will definitely win the game' - Cork City's Swedish opponents aren't lacking confidence Europa League This post contains videos

'We will definitely win the game' - Cork City's Swedish opponents aren't lacking confidence

With the tie poised at 1-1, City host BK Hacken tonight.

Irish sides in the driving seat for lucrative Europa League progression

There are very important games down for decision tonight in both Cork and Dublin.

# europa-league - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

'You can be a young lad playing in Europe instead of sitting on a bench in England'

Alan Bennett has enjoyed some big European nights at Turner’s Cross but there’s plenty of room for more.

# europa-league - Thursday 14 July, 2016

Cork City aim for another Swedish scalp as Pat's head to Belarus

The two League of Ireland clubs are in second-round action in the Europa League qualifiers tonight.

# europa-league - Thursday 7 July, 2016

Maguire penalty ensures Cork City progress past Linfield in Europa League

Roy Carroll was a hard man to beat at Turner’s Cross tonight.