The board of Athlone Town AFC would like to welcome back Roddy Collins as the club's first team manager. Roddy will be in charge for the remainder of the 2017 First Division season. Roddy, who needs no introduction to anyone in Irish football, takes the reigns in succession to Ricardo Monsanto.
Athlone Town are expected to announce Roddy Collins as their new manager for a second time tomorrow. Rumours had been circulating that the midlands club were interested in bringing their former boss back ever since Ricardo Monsanto parted ways with the club. The Dubliner lead the club to promotion from the First
Athlone Town have officially released open letter on their official Facebook page from the board and management regarding the match fixing allegations. Below is the full statement. Open Letter from the Board and Management Committee of Athlone Town AFC re Match Fixing Allegations. To all our supporters, friends within the football family,
The board and the management committee of Athlone Town AFC are absolutely shocked by the contents of documentation forwarded to us by the FAI and UEFA concerning out recent First Division game against Longford Town. The club absolutely abhors match fixing and would never knowingly get involved in such unacceptable
The board of Athlone Town AFC can today confirm that Ricardo Monsanto has stepped down as the club's first team manager. The decision was arrived at following discussions between the club's board and Roberto, where recent on-field performances and results were discussed. Following those talks it was mutually agreed by both
Athlone Town AFC would like to announce changes to the first team coaching set-up. The club is delighted to confirm that respected Portuguese coach Ricardo Monsanto has been appointed as First Team Manager. Ricardo is the holder of a UEFA A License, awarded to him by the Portuguese Football Association. Colin Fortune has