UCD AFC can tonight confirm that we have parted company with our First Team manager Collie O’Neill with immediate effect.
We would like to thank Collie for his hard work and contribution to the club since joining the club as first team coach in 2011 before taking over as our
Dundalk unsurprisingly had a very successful night at the PFAI Awards on Saturday night.
Michael Duffy won the Player of the year and Jamie McGrath won the young player of the year.
Stephen Kenny collected the manager of the year in the Premier Division while UCD’s Collie O’Neill won the First Division
Conor Davis story could have so easily been the same as so many promising Irish talents trying to find their way in the English game, struggling for game time, affection and any real sense of belonging in a footballing world dominated by big money signings and cut-throat ruthlessness at underage
Collie O’Neill’s and subsequently UCD AFC’s rise in recent seasons has been a real success story not only for the “Students” but for followers of the First Division. Qualifying for Europe via the UEFA fair play league in 2015, UCD were given little to no chance of even achieving respectability
UCD are delighted to announce the signing of Conor Davis from Reading FC.
Conor joins the club having spent the last four years with Reading FC, and is also a former Irish under age international.
A skilful front man, with excellent hold up play, Conor looks like he will give Collie O'Neill
League of Ireland legend and ex Ireland international Jason Byrne has signed with First Division side U.C.D for the 2016 season.
He signs for the Dublin side after leaving Bohemian Football club with 9 goals in 34 appearances in two seasons.
The big question on everyone’s mind is can Byrne beat the