Shelbourne FC would like to express its disgust and disappointment at the actions of those individuals who were involved in the unsavoury incidents which occurred in Tolka Park last Saturday evening.
Peaceful protest is quite acceptable and it should be noted that club personnel did not intervene in the protest while
Shelbourne FC confirm that they have come to an agreement with DCC and will be relocating to a redeveloped Dalymount Park as co tenants with Bohemian FC.
Chairman of the football club Joseph Casey released the following statement.
Shelbourne FC wishes to announce that it has come to an agreement with Dublin
It has been confirmed today that Shelbourne FC will move into a ground share in Dalymount Park with Dublin rivals Bohemian FC.
Dublin City Council confirmed to 98FM that they have agreed a deal with the club to acquire the lease for Tolka Park, which paves the way for them to
Ex Ireland International Stephen Elliott has left Shelbourne Football club.
Elliott only signed on this season but the two parties have agreed to mutually cancel the contract.
Shelbourne released a statement wishing the striker well in the future.
Bray Wanderers were idle this weekend [due to Cork City’s involvement in the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round] so I took myself off to my ‘home from home’ Tolka Park on Friday 05 August to see Shelbourne host UCD in what turned out to be an entertaining game in
It is a source of great regret that I have to make this statement to explain the reasons behind my one year suspension from playing football. In first instance, I would like to point out that I take responsibility for my actions and wish I could turn back the clock.
Shelbourne FC have today released three players from their contracts.
The players are:
Defender Alan Kehoe who joined the club in January 2015.
Bobby O'Reilly, who joined the club in November 2015.
Ajibola Sule, who joined the club just over a month ago.
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Three SSE Airtricity League fixtures have been rescheduled.
Dundalk will now host Longford Town on Tuesday, July 5th at Oriel Park with kick-off at 7.45pm, having been originally scheduled for Friday, July 8th.
Wexford Youths will take on Cork City on Sunday, July 10th at Ferrycarrig Park with kick-off at 5pm, also
Shelbourne FC have announced the appointment of Owen Heary as their new manager today.
The appointment is initially until the end of the season, at which stage discussions will take place regarding it's continuance into 2017.
Heary played for Shelbourne for eight years winning five league titles and an FAI Cup.
Shelbourne FC Press Release
Shelbourne FC would like to announce that it is with deep regret and sadness that we this morning accepted the resignation of Kevin Doherty as 1st team Manager.
As you know Kevin has been with the club for many years as Player, U 19 Manager, 1st team Coach