Statement from Lee Power on the clubs new partnership
I am delighted to announce that for the 2020 season, we have partnered with 24/7 Cardiac Cover for the South-East and using our primary sponsor space to spread awareness of this most vital cause to not only the people of Waterford but
Lee Power has confirmed that he will continue to finance the club again for the 2020 season along with announcing that Alan Reynolds will continue to manage the club for next season.
Power has called on all businesses and fans to get involved as much as they can to help with
Everyone at Waterford FC are deeply shocked and saddened at the news that we have been expelled from playing in the Europa League this season. We feel we have been totally misled by the FAI and were given assurances throughout this five-month process by them that the licence would be
Former Limerick manager Neil McDonald has been named as Phil Browns assistant manager at Swindon Town.
McDonald controversially left Limerick on the starting day of pre season and took up a role at Scunthorpe.
He has since been sacked from this role and take jp his new role with Swindon who are
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