Cork City have confirmed that a mutual agreement has been made today between the club and Neale Fenn with regards him stepping down from his role as manager.
In a statement today the club said..
Speaking today, chairman Declan Carey said “On behalf of the board, I’d like to thank Neale for
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Cork City have announced former player Neale Fenn as the clubs new Head Coach on a multi year agreement.
Fenn left Longford last week after two years with the midlands club.
Speaking to CCFC.ie Fenn said: “It’s fantastic to be back here. I took a walk around Turner’s Cross and the memories
The Football Association of Ireland has confirmed the 19 coaches who will make up the 2019/20 UEFA Pro Licence course.
The 2019/20 FAI UEFA Pro Licence participants are:
John Andrews, Keith Andrews, Jim Brennan, John Cotter, Damien Duff, Neale Fenn, Paul Hegarty, Robbie Keane, Paddy McCarthy, Jim McGuinness, Kevin Maher, Ger O'Brien,
As ever, excitement is starting to build among the respective fan bases within the League of Ireland as yet another summer of transfer sagas and dramas approaches. Even a global event on the scale of the World Cup has not been able to quash the speculation of some high-profile summer
Longoford Town have announced the signing of Darren Meenan and Evan Galvin.
There was plenty of speculation that former Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk man Darren Meenan was set to sign for a club in the Belgian fourth division but Neale Fenn has got the midfielder signed up for the new season.
It has been a hectic few days in the league of Ireland, as the clubs started their European adventure last Thursday. We also had our weekly instalment of league games and sandwiched in between all of that - was the financial crisis at Bray Wanderers.
Cork City and Shamrock Rovers claimed
Longford Town have announced Neale Fenn as the clubs new manager.
Longford take on Fenn who played League of Ireland football with Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers, Waterford, Cork City & Bohemians.
Fenn, (40), takes over from Alan Mathews who left the club last month.
Longford are currently in the First Division in fifth place.