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Sligo Rovers can confirm the capture of Daryl Kavangh for the rest of the season.Kavanagh departed St Patrick's Athletic yesterday in order to join the Bit o' Red. He won the league title with the Saints last season and scored a key goal against Dundalk on the way to winning the crown.The 27-year-old will not be eligible for tonight's clash with his former club but comes into contention for the fixture with Athlone next week....
New signing Eamon Zayed said "every game will mean a lot to me" after joining the Bit o' Red on loan from Shamrock Rovers on Thursday. The Libyan international makes the switch to The Showgrounds for the rest of the season and said he is raring to go in the remainder of the campaign. He said: "It feels great. I'm absolutely delighted that the move went through. I'm really just looking forward to really taking...
Sligo Rovers meet St Patrick's Athletic in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division on Friday night in Richmond Park. The Bit o' Red saw off Limerick last weekend in the league and are hoping to make ground on the top four in the division with a win in Dublin 8. In team news, Raffaele Cretaro (calf) is absent with injury but the prognosis has improved and he could return this season. Jeff Henderson has had surgery on a foot...
Sligo Rovers can confirm that Sean Maguire's loan deal from West Ham United has been extended.  The striker has made 20 appearances so far for Rovers and will stay with the Bit o' Red for the month of August.  The club can also confirm that Aaron Greene will be leaving The Showgrounds, joining St Patrick's Athletic.    Manager John Coleman said: "Sean is coming into form at the right time for...
The Sligo Rovers Summer Camps in association with The Sligo Champion continue in the month of August and have been  extended to Geevagh, Riverstown and Oxfield.  Camps will also take place in The Showgrounds. The Geevagh Camp takes place on August 11th to 15, the Riverstown Camp on August 18th to 22nd and Oxfield on 25th August to 29th. The Showgrounds Camps take place every Monday to Friday until the 29th of August. ...
Sligo Rovers can confirm the signing of Iarfhlaith Davoren,  Davoren joins for a second spell at the club having previously played 124 matches for the Bit o' Red in winning the league and three FAI Cups. He returns to Rovers following a spell with Cork City.  Kieran Djilali departs The Showgrounds after a year and a half with the club.  We wish Kieran the best in his future career.  Rovers can...
Last year the Sligo Rovers Heritage Group hosted an exhibition in County Sligo Museum. Titled ‘Legends-Champions’, the exhibition was launched by former Rovers Manager Billy Sinclair, who has a keen appreciation of the club’s history and has often called for a permanent display of exhibits. The exhibition attracted over 3,000 visitors, the highlight being the visit of the family of Dixie Dean to see the special section...
Sligo Rovers can confirm that Ruairi Keating and Regan Donelon have signed new contracts, while Ross Gaynor has left the club. Keating signs an extended deal following a successful loan spell with Finn Harps and then breaking into the Rovers squad where he has featured in league and European matches this month. Donelon made his first league start last Sunday against Limerick after being part of the Rovers squad for much of the year and...
The stars of Apres Match will perform at the Model Centre in Sligo in September in what will be a benefit night for Sligo Rovers.  Fellow comedian John Colleary will MC on the night on Sunday 6 September with the night kicking off at 8:30pm. Tickets are priced €20 and available from The Showgrounds.   For further details contact Marcus White: 086 8568562
Sligo Rovers moved to within 11 points of fourth placed Shamrock Rovers in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division on Sunday evening courtesy of a 2-0 win over Limerick at the Showgrounds. The Setanta Cup champions were relatively comfortable throughout but had to wait until the 84th minute to unlock a stubborn Limerick defence as Sean Maguire tapped home from a David Cawley corner. The Bit o Red rubber stamped the win three minutes...

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