Harry Kenny has resigned as St Patrick’s Athletic manager.
Kennys side were dumped out of the FAI Cup by UCD last night 3-0.
Club chairman Garrett Kelleher would like to thank Harry for his professionalism over the last year and in his earlier role as assistant manager.
Harry would like to thank all
Former Dundalk and Bohemians midfielder Georgie Poynton has signed for Harry Kenny’s St Patrick’s Athletic for the new season.
Poynton found it hard to cement a place in Dundalks teams over the years and went out on loan to Bohemians two seasons ago.
He said “it’s a great opportunity and I look
Former Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny has been named the new St Patrick’s Athletic manager for he 2019 season.
More to follow
After Neil McDonald's shock departure from Limerick today to take up a role as assistant manager of Scunthorpe United we have put together a list of four potential candidates that could become the new Limerick manager
In League of Ireland terms Doolin has had a very high level of
After his sides 3-3 draw with Galway United Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny has announced he will be stepping down as the clubs manager at the end of the season.
“It was with mixed emotions that I inform the board of Bray Wanderers FC that I would not be available as
A 5-0 loss at home isn’t pleasant no matter what way you look at it. Bray’s reverse by that score to Waterford FC on Friday may have been only a friendly, but it was still a hiding. A little bit of an embarrassment too, given that they are in the
Derek Foran has signed for Bray Wanderers for the 2017 season the club announced today.
The former Shamrock Rovers, St Patrick’s Athletic & Dundalk player signed a one year deal after leaving United Soccer League side Sacramento Republic FC after spending the last two seasons in the States.
The centre back will
Derry City's Kenny Shiels, Dundalk's Stephen Kenny and Bray Wanderers manager Harry Kenny have been nominated for the PFAI Manager of the year for 2016.
All three had fantastic seasons with Shiels guaranteeing European football back at the Brandywell, Harry Kenny taking Bray from the brink to a possible top six
Bray Wanderers have today announced the appointment of Harry Kenny as their new manager.
Kenny took over from Mick Cooke this season after Cooke left the club through mutual consent.
Bray currently sit in 11th place joint with bottom placed Longford Town on 8 points so Kenny will have a tough job
Harry Kenny is the current caretaker boss at Bray Wanderers after the departure of Mick Cooke and has got off to a brilliant start in beating St Patrick's Athletic at home 1-0 over the weekend. A man with limited managerial experience within the League of Ireland but if the