Cabinteely F.C. is delighted to announce the signing of five players for the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season.
Daire Doyle joins the club from Shelbourne. Doyle joins Cabinteely in a player-coach role. The experienced midfielder has previously played with Coventry City, Longford Town, Bray Wanderers, Drogheda United and Shelbourne. The former
Cabinteely FC have expressed online that they are looking for applications for the role of first team manager for the 2017 season.
They will be accepting current manager Eddie Gormley's application if he wishes to apply as the statement below says.
Cabinteely finished seventh in the years First Division.
Statement released is below.
So we couldn't help but notice this video of Cabinteely's highlights package of their game with Athlone Town last night.
The Dubliners got beaten 4-0 by Athlone and their highlights reflect the lack of goalmouth action for Cabo.
The video predominantly shows kick offs and substitutions (and instant replays of substitutions).
It has been announced that Muse will play a Cabinteely FC XI while they are in Ireland for their sold out show in the 3 arena.
The game will be on Monday 4th April and will be free admission into Stradbrook.
Current boss Eddie Gormley will be playing for the Cabo XI
We are adding to the videos of top quality goals scored in the League of Ireland last weekend with the video below.
Athlone Town's Marco Chindea is the scorer of this goal in their game against Cabinteely on Friday night.
Unfortunately Athlone ended up losing the game 2-1 but the goal is
Cabinteely F.C are setting standards of how clubs should be run and how to give back to players in other ways than finances.
The club have team up with the Dublin School of Grinds to offer their U19 players free Leaving Cert grinds.
A brilliant imitative and well done to all involved.
There is so much talk these days about the League of Ireland and its brand and identity.
It is in theory the role of the FAI to promote the league of Ireland and its clubs, and it certainly has improved over the last few years but it is still in my
Credit where credit is due and I have a lot of respect for the Cabinteely FC social media marketing team.
Their latest exploit is that if they sign Ronaldinho (Yes, Brazilian Ronaldinho) that they will give everyone a Free bar for life at Stradbrook.
The club obviously have no intentions in signing
Eddie Gormley has departed Cabinteely FC after only two wins in twelve games and currently sitting bottom of the SSE Airtricity League First Division.
Gormley’s last game in charge was a 3-1 defeat away to Drogheda United in the FAI Cup last weekend.
The players were informed at training last night of
Finn Harps make their first trip to Stradbrook on Friday evening as they face league newboys Cabinteely who will be looking to bounce back after a 7-0 defeat at the hands of Wexford Youths last.
While Harps were cementing their place at the top of the First Division table against Shelbourne