Comerford the latest arrival at Turners Cross

Garry Comerford Cork City FC

Cork City are continuing their trend of getting their recruitment done early, as they announced another new signing to compliment the arrival of defender Dan Casey yesterday, with the news that midfielder Garry Comerford joins the club from Waterford.  Continue reading “Comerford the latest arrival at Turners Cross”

Morris takes the reigns at Shelbourne


After a hugely successful spell as a player and Youth Development Officer at Bohemians, where the club won numerous underage titles along with the the development of many young players who went on to feature for Keith Long’s Senior side, Ian Morris has left the club to become the new manager of First Division side Shelbourne FC. Continue reading “Morris takes the reigns at Shelbourne”

Cabinteely coach going places – Isabelle Connolly

Cabinteely coach Isabelle Connolly

By Gerard Mulreaney

These days everyone talks about the development pathway for young footballers in the League of Ireland. With the introduction of the U-19, U-17 and U-15 leagues (along with the impending U-13’s) and also the Women’s U-17 league, the pathway to Senior football, if good enough, is there for both boys and girls.  Continue reading “Cabinteely coach going places – Isabelle Connolly”

“It’s going to be a battle” says Galway WFC manager Trill

By Gerard Mulreaney

Galway WFC U-17 manager Phil Trill is eager for his side to show the country just how good the standard of Women’s football is when his side take on Shelbourne in Sunday’s inaugural league final.  Continue reading ““It’s going to be a battle” says Galway WFC manager Trill”

Shelbourne look to win inaugural Women’s U-17 League

By Gerard Mulreaney

The first ever Women’s National League U-17 final takes place this Sunday afternoon when Galway Women face Shelbourne Ladies in Galway. The game will be played in Drom, the home of Salthill Devon.  Continue reading “Shelbourne look to win inaugural Women’s U-17 League”

O’Sullivan takes the hot-seat in Wexford

Wexford FC have today appointed a successor to Damian Locke, with the announcement that Waterford native Brian O’Sullivan will take up the manager’s position at the club. He will be assisted by the clubs former player David Breen.
O’Sullivan has coached with a number of successful Leinster Senior League clubs, holding positions of Senior Coach and Senior Team Manager at clubs such as Tramore AFC, Malahide United, Leixlip United and Bluebell United.
According to the club Brian has a great technical knowledge of the game and will bring a high level of drive and energy to the role. He has a very strong track record in developing young players.
First-team coach David Breen has played League of Ireland football for 17 years, including captaining Wexford Youths during a distinguished few seasons with the club. Since hanging up his boots David has coached with Wexford Youths and Waterford United League of Ireland teams, as well as Waterford FC Under 19’s.
In the past two seasons Wexford have won just 8 games, four in each season, as they played with a team full of young talent. Getting that talent to be more consistent over the season is a massive challenge, but on the new manager is relishing. He said, “I am delighted to be appointed as the new manager of Wexford FC. Over time I hope I can pay the club back for showing faith in me. I cant wait to get going and meet everyone. I am particularly looking forward to meeting the players.”
“There’s no doubt David Breen and myself can work well together and bring this club forward and become more competitive on the pitch. We are both looking forward to working in the great facilities that the club have in place. Hopefully we can give the loyal fans a good brand of football to watch for the coming season.”
Picture Credit: Wexford FC