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By News FTUK
Peterborough United return to competitive action on Saturday with a home fixture against Nigel Pearson's Hull City at London Road (3pm).
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By NewsFTUK
Darren Ferguson, appointed by Chairman Darragh MacAnthony, reckons Peterborough United’s stunning 7-1 slaughter of Ipswich Town in front of the Sky TV cameras will be remembered for years to come.
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By Entrepreneurs Today
Students at St. Colman’s College, Claremorris, on Monday 29th of August 2011 heralded the beginning of a new era. Darragh MacAnthony, entrepreneur and chairman of Peterborough United soccer club showed his support by sponsoring 10% of the iPads.
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By Entrepreneurs Today
The Chairman of Peterborough United Football Club in England is to sponsor iPads for seven St Colman's, Claremorris, secondary school students this September.

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By Entrepreneurs Today
Multi-millionaire, entrepreneur, property magnate, football club chairman, world-class orator and now an author.
By Entrepreneurs Today
The Big Interview: Peterborough Telegraph fires fans’ questions at Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony:
By Entrepreneurs Today
The Posh chairman took to Twitter again to express his disappointment with the officiating during his side’s 3-2 defeat by Leeds at London Road on Saturday.
By Darragh MacAnthony School Tools
A student at Stetson University in Florida was the lucky recipient of an iPad2 by Darragh MacAnthony. The surprise presentation to the student was organized with the help of the professors and faculty members at the university
By NewsFTUK
No matter as a Posh side hanging on for dear life under severe second-half pressure at Portsmouth stunned the home side with a winning goal with virtually the last kick of the match. Darragh MacAnthony, Chairman of Posh is delighted.
11654024
By News FTUK
Peterborough United return to competitive action on Saturday with a home fixture against Nigel Pearson's Hull City at London Road (3pm).
11648804
By NewsFTUK
Darren Ferguson, appointed by Chairman Darragh MacAnthony, reckons Peterborough United’s stunning 7-1 slaughter of Ipswich Town in front of the Sky TV cameras will be remembered for years to come.
11642950
By Entrepreneurs Today
Students at St. Colman’s College, Claremorris, on Monday 29th of August 2011 heralded the beginning of a new era. Darragh MacAnthony, entrepreneur and chairman of Peterborough United soccer club showed his support by sponsoring 10% of the iPads.
By Scholarship Award
Chairman of Peterborough United football club, Darragh MacAnthony, is offering $3000 towards university fees. This is a great opportunity for students worldwide, especially in these turbulent economic times.
By Entrepreneurs Today
Darragh MacAnthony, the Irish born philanthropist and soccer club owner assists Irish school to make history.
By Entrepreneurs Today
Just what the world of new ideas and innovation needs in recessionary times, Darragh MacAnthony, an investor who knows what he is doing.
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By Entrepreneurs Today
The Chairman of Peterborough United Football Club in England is to sponsor iPads for seven St Colman's, Claremorris, secondary school students this September.
By FTUK
SportsNewsIreland’s Trevor Keane caught up with Peterborough Chairman Darragh MacAnthony and was lucky enough to get him to take some time out for running a Championship club to answer some questions.
By News
Peterborough United Football Club have appointed Darren Ferguson as the club's new manager, penning a four and a half-year contract at London Road.
By News
Darren Ferguson has targeted winning a third promotion with Peterborough United after completing his shock return to London Road.
By News
Darren Ferguson’s sensational return to London Road will be confirmed. Ferguson, who left London Road in acrimonious circumstances in November 2009, agreed a two-and-a-half year contract with chairman Darragh MacAnthony.
By News
Darren Ferguson has been named manager of Peterborough United on a four-and-a-half-year contract, just 14 months after leaving by mutual consent.
By News
Gary Johnson has left Posh by mutual consent. Surprising or not? For those outside of Peterborough it may seem so. However, each of Darragh MacAnthony’s sackings have been justified and this Gary Johnson one also is not without reason.
By News
Hull City manager Nigel Pearson launched a £2m double raid for Peterborough United strikers Aaron Mclean and Craig Mackail-Smith after failing with a bid for Swindon Town's Charlie Austin.
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Director of football Barry Fry has refused to rule out the sale of any more Peterborough United’s star players.
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The search for the next Aaron Mclean has started.
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Chairman Darragh MacAnthony has reassured Peterborough United fans that there is no financial need to sell a star player during the January transfer window.
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Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony brought the Peterborough United squad with him to open a pioneering training centre for disabled adults.
By News
Nomination suggestions: Darragh MacAnthony The Posh chairman’s response to relegation from the Championship was to invest more money in the club in the hope of an immediate return to the big-time.
By News
Peterborough director of football Barry Fry has warned supporters that the sale of one of the club's star attacking trio could be inevitable in the coming months.
By News
It all started with a T.V series. A documentary designed to highlight the turmoil at Peterborough United football club.
By News
The controversy over 'invasive' pat-downs by Transport Security Administration officials at airports deepened today after footage of a small child being searched was placed online.
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Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has given his full backing to boss Gary Johnson.
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The Peterborough United revolution under Darragh MacAnthony and Darren Ferguson has captured the imagination of football fans all over the country.
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Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony is confident he will reach his average London Road attendance target of 7,500 for the forthcoming season in League One.

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