Dane Massey leaves Dundalk

Fri, Jan 08 2021

Dane Massey has confirmed that he has left FAI Cup holders Dundalk late on Thursday evening, ending an eight-year long association with the club.

Massey joined the Lilywhites in December 2012 from Bray Wanderers – going on to win five league titles, three FAI Cup’s, three League Cup’s, two President’s Cup’s and one Leinster Senior Cup.

He also was part of the Dundalk side that won the Unite the Union Champions Cup in 2019 against Linfield.

The 32-year-old took part in both of Dundalk’s Europa League group stage adventures in 2016 and 2020.

Confirming his departure, Massey said this evening on social media: “It is with a heavy heart to say that I will not be returning to Dundalk FC this season.

“I have spent the least 8 years there and have had such a great experience.

“I never thought when I signed for Dundalk it would take me on the ride of a lifetime.

“I would like to thank all the players and staff who I have played and worked with over the years, and also to the amazing fans for welcoming me and my family to the club.

“I’ll cherish the memories, Dane.”

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