Athlone Town boss Alan Mathews revealed some frightening information on an interview with Shannonside's John Lynch yesterday.
Mathews confirmed there was an altercation between an ex Athlone staff member currently on Drogheda Uniteds books with the current Athlone Town chairman about outstanding payments.
The issue happened unfortunately in front of around 25-30
Starting this evening, former FAI referee & Athlone Town fan Joe Cassidy is undertaking a fundraising campaign that will hopefully bring Athlone Town in some much needed funds.
The referee of the 2002 FAI Cup Final is planning on knocking on every door in Athlone and asking for a €1 donation
Today the SSE Airtricity League First Division fixtures were released with some cracking opening day ties to be had.
The season will start on the weekend of the 4th/5th of March with the headline tie certainly being Limerick facing UCD at Markets Field.
The two sides will be expecting to challenge for
Dublin inner city side Sheriff YC have reached the quarter-finals of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup after defeating SSE Airtricty League First Division side Athlone Town FC 4-3 in penalties at Athlone Town Stadium.
With the AUL champions and the League of Ireland team failing to hit the back of
This really is the greatest league in the world, dont you agree?
Last night at a last 16 FAI Cup game between Sheriff FC & Athlone Town there was 'apparently' an Athlone Town player who did not feature in the first half for 30 minutes as he was 'locked in the
Wexford Youths are running a fantastic promotion for their re scheduled game with Athlone Town on the 9th of June 2015 in Ferrycarrig Park.
The original game was abandoned due to the clubs generator failing at Half Time.
A pop up shop will also be in the Bull Ring, Wexford Town on
Eddie Wallace has stepped down as the manager of Athlone Town with immediate effect and has given his reasons as ‘Personal and family related’.
The club released an official statement on Saturday evening about the departure.
Wallace leaves the club in fourth place and nine points behind the leaders Finn Harps in
Athlone Town take to the road this Friday 10th April when they travel to Ballybofey to take on a Finn Harps team sitting top of Division One. The game also takes on a historical importance being the 100th competitive meeting between the sides since they were admitted to the league
Athlone Town released information on their website yesterday regarding their membership packages for the upcoming season.
Hopefully this will get people together in the midlands helping the club in a financial way so that the club is able to stay in the League of Ireland.
Currently Athlone Town are top of the
The committee of Athlone Town FC have decided to hold a public meeting on Thursday 19th March 2015 in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel commencing at 8.30pm for the purpose of establishing the level of public support for the continued involvement of the club at League of Ireland level.
Unfortunately, by the