The 2018 season is winding down and already clubs are planning for next year. In some cases they are planning on contesting the 2019 campaign with a new manager – we learnt this week that Owen Hearyand Gerard Lyttle will not be re-appointed for the new season at Shelbourne and
Shelbourne has announced they are not reappointing Owen Heary as the clubs manager for next season.
The board thanked Heary for his contribution which included he play offs this season and two consecutive Leinster Senior Cups.
After a trip to the Midlands to play Athlone Town in the Leinster Senior Cup on Monday last, attention returns to league action on Friday, when Shelbourne will welcome UCD to Tolka Park for their second meeting of the season in the SSE Airtricity League First Division. Kick-off at the
After announcing he was leaving Longford Town after five years at the club Shelbourne have announced the signing of goal machine David O'Sullivan.
Sully scored 82 goals for the midlands club in his spell and will face his old club next season in the First Division with Owen Heary's men.
A source has told LeagueofIreland.ie that former Shamrock Rovers boss Pat Fenlon is in line to become Director of Football at Waterford United.
Fenlon is expected to be appointed once the expected takeover of the club from UK Businessmen is finalised.
Waterford are without a manager since the departure of Roddy Collins
Owen Heary has officially been relieved of his managerial duties by Sligo Rovers.
It was revealed on Newstalk’s ‘Off the Ball’ show last night by Heary’s former colleague Stuart Byrne.
Byrne said; "I suppose, the best way to put it is that Monday two weeks ago he was sacked as manager."
There has been quite the amount of rumours going around social media sites saying that Owen Heary has or will be sacked by Sligo Rovers.
Last weekend's embarrasing defeat to Shamrock Rovers may have been the last straw for the Sligo Rovers board in a season that has shown no promise
Sligo Rovers face Limerick FC this Saturday at the Showground’s in the SSE Airtricity League.
If Limerick were to come away with three points from the game, then there is a possibility that Sligo Rovers could be bottom of the league after eleven games (1/3 of the season)
Is that acceptable for
With last night's 3-0 defeat to St Patricks Athletic, that has left Owen Heary and his Sligo team in 10th place with the two below teams Limerick & Galway each having a game in hand.
Is that good enough for Sligo Rovers?
This is a team that has won numerous trophies including
Sligo Rovers are back at the Showgrounds tomorrow night against Bohemians at 7:45pm for another SSE Airtricity League game.
The Bit o’Red have picked up four points from the last two games which were both away from home with a win in Galway followed by a draw with Longford Town on