Posted on July 4, 2017 in Conor Mclaughlin
The Fleetwood Town management was desperate for their experienced duo of Ball and McLaughlin to stay and had thrown extension offers to both of them, but, both have told the club that they are not interested to continue in League One anymore and are exploring opportunities to ply their trade somewhere else and thus are not going to accept the offers.
As per Rosler, the kind of form both the players have been in for Fleetwood in the past three seasons, they have earned the right to play at a higher level and showcase their potential against better oppositions. So, there’s no question of him feeling let down by their decisions to leave. (more…)
Posted on April 28, 2017 in Conor Mclaughlin
The 25 year old Northern Irish right-back of Fleetwood Town, Conor McLaughlin has been included in the English Football League One team of the season after helping his club in snatching the 3rd spot of the English League by making a string of successive impressive performances.
Northern Ireland is currently pitted in the 2nd spot of Group C of the qualifications group stages with 7 points secured from the 4 initial matches that have been played so far. Germany is at the top with 12 points and Azerbaijan also has 7 points.
The next qualification match of Northern Ireland is expected to be played on March 26 of the ongoing year as they face off with Norway at the Windsor Park. (more…)
Posted on August 19, 2016 in Conor Mclaughlin
ConorMclaughlin might be leaving Fleetwood Town in the summer.
Stephen Pressley admitted that there is interest from Leeds United and that the club might be prepared to sell the player if they received the right amount of money. The manager said that ConorMclaughlin only have one year left on his contract, and that means that the player can leave on a free transfer next season. It is better for them that they sell now and recoup some money rather than wait and see the player leave for nothing.
Stephen Pressley said that the club would do everything they can to safeguard their interest, and that means that they will wait for the best situation before selling the player. (more…)
Posted on December 19, 2014 in Conor Mclaughlin
The traditional format of the UEFA European Championship is to have a 16 team format but in the upcoming edition of the European it will be contested between 24 teams and the right-back of Fleetwood Town, ConorMclaughlin is a huge supporter of this recent change as the Northern Ireland defender believes that this can allow other squads on having a chance of making it further then what they usually do.
ConorMclaughlin is a consistent performer not only for his club Fleetwood Town but also for Northern Ireland as the defender has performed in all of the 2016 Euro qualifying matches that his country has played so far and Mclaughlin displayed his support towards the change that allows more teams on competing which gives the smaller nations a bigger chance of reaching the finals.
“You listen to all the home nations and they’re all saying the same thing. I don’t know if it’s the change in qualification with three teams, it’s given a lot of smaller nations a lot of confidence that they can get to a major competition’’ ConorMclaughlin said.
Northern Ireland is positioned in the 2nd spot of group F after having collected a total of 9 points from the 4 matches that the nation has played and ConorMcluaghlin has played in every single one of those games as the young right-back has turned into a consistent and key performer for his nation.
ConorMclaughlin is also a vital player for his club, Fleetwood Town with the English club going through their first season in the English League One after being promoted from League Two.
Fleetwood Town is experiencing a fine season in their debut in the 3rd tier English League and fans already are projecting and hoping that the club can secure another promotion spot to the English Championship League but ConorMclaughlin stated that accomplishing this task in their debut season is simply unrealistic.
“I think we need to be realistic and know that it’s our first season in League One which is a huge step from where the club was.We know how good the squad is but we just need to keep doing what we’re doing and keep trying to pick up points.”ConorMclaughlin added on.