Swindon Town chairman Lee Power officially takes over Waterford United

Waterford United have announced that Lee Power (owner of Swindon Town) has taken full control of the club. The club released the below statement - ......................................................... Waterford United FC wishes to announce that Lee Power has assumed control of the football club. Former professional footballer Power is the current owner and Chairman of

Aaron Callaghan named as new manager of Carrick Rangers

Former Bohemians & UCD manager Aaron Callaghan has been named as the new manager of the Danske Premiership side Carrick Rangers. Callaghan is also a regular contributor on Leagueofireland.ie writing about many different sporting topics. His most recent position was as assistant manager to Roddy Collins at Waterford United. Aaron Callaghan said on

Roddy Collins and Waterford United part ways

Waterford United have announced today that Roddy Collins has departed as manager of the First Division club with immediate effect. The clubs official Twitter account released the following tweet - 'Waterford United can confirm the departure of Roddy Collins as First team Manager with immediate effect. The club would like to

Aaron Callaghan: The Colleges & Universities Football League should take over the SSE Airtricity League First Division

I was at the launch of the Colleges & Universities Football League 2016/ 2017 season in Abbottstown on Wednesday and was very impressed with the commitment and passion communicated by Fran Gavin from the FAI, Mark Scanlon National Coordinator for Schools, Colleges and Universities in Ireland and from the Irish

Aaron O’Connor: The Interview

Darryl Geraghty When local lad and fan favourite Aaron O’Connor left Waterford United last month, many an eyebrow was raised. What were the suspicious circumstances? Was there a bust up with the manager? Was he just fed up with the state of the situation the club found themselves?   In his own words, the 19

Former Waterford United man signs for Newcastle

Former Waterford United man and current Ireland international Daryl Murphy has left Ipswich to sign for Rafa Benitez's Newcastle United. Murphy who has 23 caps for Ireland played for his hometown club Waterford United between 2002 - 2005 scoring 30 goals in 99 appearances. In 2004 he was named the PFAI Young

Dundalk to face Bohs next Friday instead of Cork City

A number of SSE Airtricity League games have been rescheduled as a result of European ties, international call-ups, and a backlog of domestic fixtures. The Premier Division clash involving Bohemians and Wexford Youths, which was originally scheduled for Friday, September 2, will be moved to Monday, September 19. Bohemians will instead

Roddy Collins gives inspiring speech to his players in meeting for motivation for the rest of the season

Waterford United manager Roddy Collins has outlined what was said in the meeting that was held between himself and the first team players last night held prior to training ahead of the visit of Cobh Ramblers to the RSC on Friday night. Collins managerial abilities are being tested now, after their