Posted on December 16, 2021 in Millwall

Northern Ireland national team right-back Conor McLaughlin was born in Northern Ireland capital of Belfast and he started his professional football career at Preston North End in the English Championship. Conor McLaughlin began his career as a professional footballer at the start of 2010.

Conor McLaughlin made his debut for Preston North End during a 2-0 loss to Hull City on November 12, 2010. In the following month, Conor McLaughlin signed a new contract extension to take him to 2013 at Preston North End. McLaughlin joined Shrewsbury Town on loan for two months inMarch 2011.


Posted on November 11, 2021 in Millwall

Fleetwood Town manager Simon Grayson is delighted with the return of Northern Ireland international defender Conor McLaughlin to the club. He has been impressed with the contributions of the ex-Sunderland player since his transfer was officially approved by the EFL (English Football League) at the start of last month.

Conor McLaughlin had been training with League One side Fleetwood Town long before his official confirmation as a player at the start of October. Fleetwood Town had to wait for confirmation from Darnell Johnson’s doctor on his Achilles injury to be sure that there’s need for a change in personnel. The report on the Achilles injury revealed that Johnson would be out for several months thus paving the way for club officials to bring back Conor McLaughlin. (more…)



Posted on October 26, 2021 in Millwall

Northern Ireland defender Conor McLaughlin has returned to League One side Fleetwood Town after he penned a short-term contract. Conor McLaughlin was a free agent when he was snapped up by Fleetwood Town. The right-back had become a free agent on the back of his release by Sunderland. He left the Black Cats in the summer at the end of his contractwith the club.

It was announced earlier this week that Conor McLaughlin has put pen to paper on a short-term deal until January 2022. Conor McLaughlin, who has 44 caps for Northern Ireland, makes his return to Fleetwood Town four years after leaving to join London club Millwall. McLaughlin was with the Cod Army for five years having joined them in 2012. He spent two years in London in the colours of Millwall before moving to Sunderland in 2019. (more…)



Posted on September 23, 2021 in Millwall

Conor McLaughlin represented the various Northern Ireland youth teams on several occasions before he made his debut for the senior team. The fullback has a record of one goal in 43 games for the Northern Ireland senior team.

Experienced right-back Conor McLaughlin began his national team career with the Northern Ireland u-16s and he went on to play nine times for the team. McLaughlin also represented the Northern Ireland u-17 team on nine occasions. He graduated to the u-19s where he scored once in 14 games before playing seven times for the u-21 within a period of two years. Conor McLaughlin was in and around the Northern Ireland u-21s between 2010 and 2012. (more…)



Posted on August 20, 2021 in Millwall

Former footballer Connor Mclaughlin has said English Premier League side Arsenal have shown that they have a lot of faith in their youngster Emile Smith-Rowe after their latest decision on the player. Not only have theĀ  Gunners have decided to tie down the youngster to a new long-term contract extension, but they have also decided to hand him the number 10 jersey in a bid to convince him that he is such an important player for them and they have him in their plans for the future. Smith-Rowe was a huge summer transfer target for English Premier League club Aston Villa as the Villans tried to prise him with a move away from the Emirates Stadium but Arsenal have won the race to keep him.

The youngster starred for Arsenal last season as he was one of the shining lights in a team that performed largely below expectations. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has always mentioned that he wants the player to have a long-term future at the north London club and following the new deal that they offered him, they have proven to him that they expect a lot from him in the next few years.



Posted on July 3, 2021 in Millwall

English League One giants Sunderland are reportedly keen on signing Queens Park Rangers (QPR) defender Todd Kane this summer. This is according to the publication from London Football News which stated that Kane is on the way out of QPR in the English Championship and that the Black Cats want to sign him. He could be the replacement for Conor McLaughlin at the Stadium of Light.

Conor McLaughlin was one of several players released by Sunderland at the end of last season. Apart from Northern Ireland right-back Conor McLaughlin, out-of-favourLuke O’Nein is another right-back option at the club and he’s also set to leave this summer. Wolves loanee Dionne Sanderson is a third right-back option to exit the Black Cats this summer with the player scheduled to return to his parent club in the midlands after his loan spell in the Northeast.




Posted on June 27, 2021 in Millwall

English side Sunderland Football Club have already started planning for next season and are already making plans toward this summer. While they have been scouting for players that they will be signing in the summer, they have also been working on likely departures as they have already made a list of players set to be allowed to leave the club. The list contains as many as seven senior team players who will now be departing the club and they are now free to talk to any club of their choice.

The players include Chris Maguire, Conor McLaughlin, Max Power, Callum McFadzean, club captain Grant Leadbitter, Remi Matthews as well as Josh Scowen. The respective contracts of the listed players will run out at the end of this month and according to the club, they will not be signing any contract renewals, meaning that they will all be available as free agents by the end of June, leaving them open to enter into contract negotiations with other clubs.



Posted on May 22, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland right-back Conor McLaughlin made a quick recovery to return to the starting XI for the away win over Plymouth Argyle at the weekend. The Northern Ireland international was in the Sunderland squad that secured a playoff spot in League One with a 3-1 away win at Plymouth.

Ahead of the game, Sunderland boss Lee Johnson told reporters that Conor McLaughlin has made a miraculous recovery two weeks after hernia surgery.




Posted on May 4, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland right-back Conor McLaughlin has played for Northern Ireland at virtually all the levels starting from the u-16 team. He made nine appearances for the Northern Ireland u-16 team before playing the same number of matches for the u-17 side.

Conor McLaughlin scored just one goal for his country during his time in the youth teams and that was at the u-19 level. The former Preston North End, Milwall and Fleetwood Town defender scored one goal in 14 games for the Northern Ireland u-19 team. Conor McLaughlin then failed to find the back of the net in seven games for the u-21 side.



Posted on March 6, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin has spoken about the mood in the dressing room. According to Conor McLaughlin, the feel-good factor has filtered into the Sunderland dressing room after the takeover was completed. Conor McLaughlin and Sunderland are in a big and positive moodliftafter the takeover of the club was finalised. Sunderland fans are in high spirits after the takeover of the club by Kyril Louis-Dreyfus. The 23-year-old billionaire has been making his mark at the League One club following his takeover. Dion Sanderson is on loan at Sunderland from Premier League club Wolves and he has been one of the best players for the Black Cats in recent weeks. As per the Daily Mail, Sunderland want to turn the loan deal of Dion Sanderson into a permanent one and it is dependent on Wolves if they want to sell the player. Dion Sanderson is a graduate of the academy at Wolverhampton Wanderers.


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