Conor Davis story could have so easily been the same as so many promising Irish talents trying to find their way in the English game, struggling for game time, affection and any real sense of belonging in a footballing world dominated by big money signings and cut-throat ruthlessness at underage
Collie O’Neill’s and subsequently UCD AFC’s rise in recent seasons has been a real success story not only for the “Students” but for followers of the First Division. Qualifying for Europe via the UEFA fair play league in 2015, UCD were given little to no chance of even achieving respectability
UCD are delighted to announce the signing of Conor Davis from Reading FC.
Conor joins the club having spent the last four years with Reading FC, and is also a former Irish under age international.
A skilful front man, with excellent hold up play, Conor looks like he will give Collie O'Neill
As we exclusively announced back in May, Dundalk have announced the signing of Georgie Kelly from UCD on a two and a half year deal.
Speaking to dundalkfc.com after the conclusion of the deal, Kelly couldn’t hide his happiness at coming to Oriel Park.
“I am very happy to have signed for
Dundalk FC have appointed Eoin Clarkin as the Club’s new strength and conditioning coach.
Eoin is a strength & conditioning coach and sport scientist from Dublin and has previous experience working with UCD and GAA senior footballers Kilmacud Crokes.
“I have been working in the League of Ireland for the last couple
League One side Oxford United have announced a pre season tour of Ireland where they will play three games.
On Monday 9th July they will play Portmarnock AFC 24 hours later, on Tuesday 10th, Karl Robinson’s squad will travel out of the capital and head for Longford Town of the Airtricity
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
Georgie Kelly is to move to Dundalk when the transfer window opens in July.
The young Donegal native made three league appearances for Derry in the 2015 season before departing the Brandywell for a soccer scholarship at UCD. After a decent first season he came to life for College last term,
Penalties needed to separate Bohemians and UCD with Colin McCabe emerging the hero for the home side in a wonderfully entertaining cup game at a rainy Dalymount Park.
Despite mother nature’s best effort to give the players a day off the game went ahead and those who braved the elements weren’t
Bohemians have completed the signing of Dylan Watts on loan from Leicester City until July.
The attacking midfielder, 20, joined the Foxes in 2016 from UCD and has featured for the Premier League club's U23 side.