The board of Athlone Town AFC would like to welcome back Roddy Collins as the club's first team manager. Roddy will be in charge for the remainder of the 2017 First Division season. Roddy, who needs no introduction to anyone in Irish football, takes the reigns in succession to Ricardo Monsanto.
Athlone Town are expected to announce Roddy Collins as their new manager for a second time tomorrow. Rumours had been circulating that the midlands club were interested in bringing their former boss back ever since Ricardo Monsanto parted ways with the club. The Dubliner lead the club to promotion from the First
Below is the official statement released by Bohemian FC today in response to comments made today by Roddy Collins in relation to incidents that occurred whilst he was manager of the club. ....... Bohemian FC has launched an internal investigation following allegations made in a newspaper report today. The newspaper alleges that a
There has been many rumours flying around social media today that former Waterford United manager Roddy Collins has been interviewed for the vacant Portadown managers job in the Danske Premiership. Nothing has been clarified but if the Dubliner does take over, it would be a huge ask to keep them away
“This is slavery, not to speak one's thought.” ― Euripides, The Phoenician Women This weekend was a rare one off over the course of the season for Cork City fans; the Rebel Army’s Easter Saturday game against Shamrock Rovers postponed due to the recent U21 defeats, and with no underage games scheduled there was
Waterford United Football Club released a statement confirming the decision of the Football Association of Ireland to suspend first team manager Roddy Collins for a period of six games and fine him €1500 for comments he made in his column in the Irish Star. Whilst the board of Waterford United are extremely disappointed with