Dundalk winger Daryl Horgan has been named the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers’ Association of Ireland Player of the Month for September, the fourth time that Horgan has won the monthly award.
Four members of Stephen Kenny’s squad, including Horgan, have now won an award this season and the Galway man was thrilled to come out on top in the voting. “It’s great to win another one,” insisted Horgan.
“It’s great to win another one,” insisted Horgan. “Ronan Finn, Robbie
“We have some very tough games left,” explained Horgan.“It’s basically five cup finals. We have Shamrock Rovers up next and we know that won’t be easy because they need a win to guarantee Europe.
“We have a lot of games coming up but as a player, you just want to play in every game. It was difficult at the start balancing Europe with our domestic games, but once you get used to it it’s fine.”
There has been speculation that Horgan's displays will lead to him being called up to the Ireland squad by manager Martin O’Neill after his terrific run of form, but for the moment he is just concentrating on Dundalk.
“There has been a lot of
“There is a lot of quality throughout the league but you never know.”
Horgan won the award ahead of Sean Maguire of Cork City, who was second, and Bray Wanderers’ Ger Pender who finished third.