Waterford FC are delighted to confirm that Bastien Héry and Ismahil Akinade have signed new deals to keep them at the club for the 2019 season.
Bastien Héry joined the club from Limerick at the start of the season, while Ismahil Akinade joined from Bohemians.
Midfielder Héry, who has made 17 league
Kenny Shiels believes his team has to be tougher when they tackle Waterford at the Regional Sports Centre as third meets fourth on Friday night.
The Candy Stripes are coming off the back of a morale-boosting win against Bray on Monday night while the home side have lost to both Limerick
Waterford FC return to league action this Friday when they face Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium.
The Blues narrowly lost 1-0 to Sligo Rovers in the EA SPORTS Cup quarter-final on Tuesday night, but will take confidence after a good display from a young, rotated Alan Reynolds’ side.
League form sees the
After suffering injury time heartache at Oriel Park earlier in the season, Waterford FC will be seeking revenge when they entertain Dundalk at the RSC for the first time since the promotion/relegation playoff back in 2012.
The Blues lost the game at Oriel to a 94thminute own goal conceded by Garry
After the thrill of reaching the EA SPORTS Cup quarter final with victory over Cork City, Waterford FC return to league action on Friday night when they take on Sligo Rovers in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division at the RSC with a 7.45pm kick-off.
The Blues got the better of Gerard
Waterford FC's new signing Bastien Hery scored an absolute worldie at the RSC last night..
Here is the video... what are your thoughts?
Bastien Héry take a bow! The @waterfordFCie midfielder's goal in the 2-0 win over @stpatsfc has to be seen to be believed #RTEsoccerrepublic pic.twitter.com/a5M1UZTtZE— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) February 27,
My son Blaise, who is seven, came with me last March to Tolka Park to see Shelbourne take on Waterford in the SSE First Division. The game ended 2-2 and so was a good one for him to have seen, with 4 goals and a few incidents to talk
After captaining Waterford FC on its return to the Premier Division for the first time in ten years, Waterford native Kenny Browne becomes the latest player to be named as part of the Blues squad for next season.
Browne, who returned home from Cork City at the beginning of last season,
Waterford FC have signed Dundalk defender Paddy Barrett on loan until the end of the season.
Barrett, a Waterford native signs after being with Dundalk since 2015 and winning multiple League titles, cups and being a part of the clubs Europa League run in 2016.
Speaking to the Waterford website, Barrett said,