Soccer

New contract for Jayson Molumby

New contract for Jayson Molumby

Brighton and Hove Albion have handed a new three-and-a-half contract to the Cappoquin born midfielder. The new deal will keep him at the club until June 2023. The Republic of Ireland captain joined the club in 2016 and made his first-team debut in a League Cup game against Barnet in 2017. He then played in the next...
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Loanees In Limelight Once Again

Loanees In Limelight Once Again

Loanees In Limelight Once Again

Jordan Norris Reports While Waterford went down 2-0 to Bohemians under Friday night lights – a text of thank you very much was surely headed the way of John O’Shea again, as it was the Reading duo of Andre Burley and Akin Odimayo who shone brightest on a night where it was crazy to be outside the door, let...
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Bohs Blitz Puts Blues To Bed

Bohs Blitz Puts Blues To Bed

Bohs Blitz Puts Blues To Bed

League of Ireland Premier Division Waterford 0 Bohemians 2 Jordan Norris Reports A flurry at the end of the first half saw Bohemians grab the points at a wet and windy RSC. A crowd of over 2,400 came out in droves to support the Blues in their first home clash of the campaign – but the conditions were not so...
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New look Blues rock Saints

New look Blues rock Saints

League of Ireland Premier Division St Patrick’s Athletic 0 Waterford FC 1 Waterford FC began the new season in style on Friday night last when they dug deep to deny St Patrick’s Athletic at Inchicore. The Blues, who beat the Saints twice at Richmond Park last year, fielded eight players making their debut and...
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O’Connor strike sinks Seagulls

O’Connor strike sinks Seagulls

League of Ireland pre-season friendly Waterford FC 1 Bray Wanderers 0 Waterford FC came out on top against Bray Wanderers in Saturday afternoon last in what was their third pre-season outing. Manager Alan Reynolds used a total of 18 players during the 90 minutes including new striker Matty Smith. Three trialists were...
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Loan Move For Lee O’Connor

Loan Move For Lee O’Connor

Jordan Norris Reports Lee O’Connor has moved to Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle on loan for the rest of the 2019/20 season. The former Villa man, who made a deadline day move from Manchester United to Celtic, is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Scottish champions – with manager Neil Lennon...
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