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,
Sligo Rovers are thrilled to confirm the signing of Patrick McClean from Waterford FC.
The defender signs a two-year deal at The Showgrounds to strengthen Gerard Lyttle's squad.
The 21-year-old began his career at hometown club Derry City before going on to star for Waterford as they were promoted to
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
Waterford FC is delighted to announce that the club has secured the services of John Kavanagh on loan from Cork City for the 2018 SSE Airtricity Premier Division season due to get underway on Friday, 16th February against Derry City at the RSC.
Kavanagh, who went on loan to Cobh Ramblers
Shamrock Rovers have announced that they will not be renewing the contract of defender Simon Madden.
The wing back made 194 appearances for the hoops over two spells.
Waterford and Cork City are seemingly interested in his signature for the new season.
Former Dundalk, Galway United and Waterford FC defender Paddy Barrett has joined USL side FC Cincinnati.
Barrett left Dundalk at the end of last season and is a free agent.
“Paddy is a tough uncompromising center-back who also has the technical skills to play out from the back,” said Head Coach Alan
Paddy Barrett and Dundalk FC have announced a mutual parting of ways.
Barrett joined Dundalk in 2015 season and played for over two and a half seasons at Dundalk.
The Waterford man won two league titles, the FAI Cup and made history in European competition as Dundalk reached the Europa League group
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,
Greg Bolger has announced his exit from double winners Cork City.
Wexford man Bolger has played at Turners Cross for the past two seasons and has won the League title and two FAI Cups while at the club.
The announcement was made on his Twitter page today.
Cork City have wished him well
The PFAI are announcing the First Division team of the year for 2017 over the next three days.
They have announced the goalkeeper and defenders that have made the team of the year this season.
Niall Corbet (UCD)
Daniel O'Reilly(Longford Town)
Chris McCarthy(Cobh Ramblers)
PFA Ireland 1st Div Team of Year;