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2013 season[edit] In 2013, Drogheda reached three finals and despite failing to add to their silverware, reflected the club's rise under Cooke. They were beaten 7–1 in the Setanta Cup final by Shamrock Rovers and 2–0 in the League Cup final by the same opponent. They also reached their first FAI Cup final since winning the competition in 2005, narrowly losing out on a 3-2 thriller against Sligo Rovers. In the Europa League qualifying rounds that season, the club were drawn against Swedish giants Malmö and only lost by a single goal over two legs after a battling performance. Despite this success, Mick Cooke left the club by mutual consent at the end of the season.


[42] Key players such as Killian Phillips and James Brown secured lucrative moves to the UK. Doherty had a big job on his hands to paper the cracks left in his team, but did well to hang on to a number of key players, as well as recruiting others. Drogheda grabbed their first win of the season on 4 March, beating UCD 4–2 at home. [43] On 18 March, Drogheda beat their Louth rivals Dundalk for the 3rd time in 4 games. [citation needed] On 20 May, 10 man Drogheda came back from a 1–0 deficit to beat Finn Harps at home, with 3 goals in the final 20 minutes. [44] They followed this up with a historic home victory over league champions Shamrock Rovers 3 days later, [45] and a 1–1 draw at Dalymount Park against Bohemians on 27 May. [46] On 9 July, Dean Williams scored one of the fastest goals in League of Ireland history, when his 1st-minute strike gave Drogheda their second derby win of the season at home to Dundalk.


2015–2020: First Division[edit] 2016 and 2017 seasons[edit] In November 2015 Drogheda appointed former UCD manager Pete Mahon as manager of the club. John Gill took over as assistant manager with Mark Kinsella ex Irish international remaining part of the coaching staff. [14] In 2015, Drogheda were relegated after finishing bottom of the league. The following season they finished second in the First Division, achieving promotion through the play-offs, before being relegated again after another 12th-place finish in 2017. In 2018, Tim Clancy was appointed as manager after the departure of Mahon.


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Drogheda United F.C. Drogheda United Football Club is a semi-professional Irish association football club based in Drogheda, County Louth playing in the League of


However, they were relegated for the third time in the 1993–94 season. Drogheda United were very much becoming a yo-yo club, swapping divisions every season between the 1993–94 and 2000–01 seasons when in 2000–01 they finished a disappointing ninth in the ten-team First Division. In 2002–03 they were promoted to the Premier Division under Harry McCue and were there until the 2016 season, as they got relegated in 2015, coming in twelfth place. 2003–2008: Paul Doolin[edit] In 2003, McCue was sacked as manager of Drogheda United.


Drogheda United F. C. - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Drogheda UnitedFull nameDrogheda United Football ClubNickname(s)The Drogs, Claret and Blue Army, Super Drogs, United, DUFCFounded1919; 104 years ago (as Drogheda United)[1]GroundWeavers ParkCapacity3, 500OwnerDrogheda United FC Limited (supporters)ChairpersonJoanna Byrne (interim)ManagerKevin DohertyLeagueLeague of Ireland Premier Division20228th of 10WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Third colours Current season Drogheda United Football Club (Irish: Cumann Peile Dhroichead Átha Aontaithe) is a semi-professional Irish association football club based in Drogheda, County Louth playing in the League of Ireland Premier Division.


When the league expanded to include fourteen teams the club dropped down the table again finishing in the bottom five in each of the next six seasons and also recording their heaviest league defeat 8–1 to Cork Hibernians in the 1970–71 season. They did, however, get to FAI Cup final that season where they were beaten 3–0 by Limerick in a replay after the first match ended 0-0. 1975–2003[edit] In 1975 Drogheda F. amalgamated with Drogheda United to form Drogheda United F. and the 1975–76 season saw an improvement in fortunes on the field as they finished sixth in the league and they also reached the FAI Cup Final for the second time, this time losing 1–0 to Bohemians. For the next three seasons, quite the opposite at what had happened before, they finished in third place. During these seasons Drogheda United also achieved two club records – their biggest league victory (7–1 v Finn Harps) and Cathal Muckian scoring 21 league goals in a season. The club then endured another tough spell in the league finishing in the bottom half for the next five seasons bar the 1982–83 season when they managed to achieve their second highest ever league placing of second-place (they later won the league in 2007) finishing sixteen points behind Athlone Town.


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[47] They secured safety with a 1-0 victory over Bohemians on 7 October, and finished the season in 8th place with 38 points. The Claret & Blue Club[edit] In response to the economic difficulties facing the country, a group of supporters established The Claret & Blue Club in June 2009 with the aim of providing a steady income stream to Drogheda United FC. Supporters who join the Claret & Blue Club donate at least €5 per week to the club, and in return, they receive a membership card entitling them to discounts of up to 10% in a range of local businesses, including restaurants, tile shops, shoe shops and many more.


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