St Patrick's Athletic manager Liam Buckley has announced his resignation as the manager of the Premier Division side.
Buckley has been the most successful manager in the clubs history and the club have thanked him for his efforts over his tenure.
The club released the below statement on the official website:
Waterford FC return to league action tonight with a trip to Richmond Park to face St Patrick’s Athletic.
Last weekend, The Blues booked their place in the last eight of the FAI Cup with a 1-0 win away to Drogheda United. Bastien Hery struck early to secure the win.
The Blues’ last
St Patrick's Athletic have announced the signing of striker Achille Campion until the end of the season.
The French born striker won the League, FAI Cup and President's Cup with Cork in the 2017, scoring two goals in 23 appearances. He joined Linfield on-loan in January of this year and scored
eirSport are set to broadcast St. Patrick's Athletic v Limerick in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
The fixture, which will take place on Friday, July 20th with kick-off at 8pm, will be broadcast live from Richmond Park as both sides look for crucial points.
Limerick are facing a battle to survive
St Patrick’s Athletic have announce the signing of former Dundalk and Chelsea midfielder Conor Clifford.
Clifford left Limerick due to finance issues and Liam Buckley snapped up the midfielder to replace Owen garvan.
St Patrick's Athletic have announced the signing of goalkeeper Brendan Clarke.
SIGNING: #ClarkeysBack & says he’s ready to go & back at Richmond Park to win. We caught up with @BrenClarke1 before he trained with his new teammates 🔴⚪️⚽️ #Saints2018 pic.twitter.com/Oj3JYC2AEz
— St Patrick's Athletic FC (@stpatsfc) July 2, 2018
Former Dundalk, Bohemians & St Patrick's Athletic striker Kurtis Byrne has left Linfield after only 5 months and signed for Welsh champions TNS.
"I’m delighted to get it done and I’m excited for the season to start," Byrne told TNS' official website. "I trained today with the lads for the first
As ever, excitement is starting to build among the respective fan bases within the League of Ireland as yet another summer of transfer sagas and dramas approaches. Even a global event on the scale of the World Cup has not been able to quash the speculation of some high-profile summer
St Patrick's Athletic have announced that midfielder Owen Garvan has left the club by mutual consent.
The club wish him well in the future.
Owen Garvan has left the club by mutual consent. We wish him well in the future. pic.twitter.com/PmXcvZXTPW
— St Patrick's Athletic FC (@stpatsfc) June 5, 2018
Former St Patrick's Athletic midfielder Chris Forrester is potentially set to sign for SPL side Aberdeen.
There is plenty of talk that the Dubliner is having a medical today and the move can be announced once the Scottish transfer window opens.
Aberdeen finished in the Europa League spots last season in the