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 At Owen Heary’s press conference yesterday it was also announced that four new players had agreed terms to play for the Bit o’Red in 2015.Heary spoke to sligorovers.com about what he hopes Kevin Devaney, Dinny Corcoran, Steven Beattie and Keith Ward will bring to the club and also about the further additions he would like to make to the squad.“Obviously Kevin Devaney is a local and will have that extra enthusiasm to play...
 Sligo Rovers under-19 team are back in league action today with a game against St. Patrick's Athletic at the Showgrounds.The Bit o'Red had a good 3-1 win over Salthill Devon in the first round of the Enda McGuill Cup last week in the Showgrounds with goals from Gary Anderson, Mark Hannon and Liam Flatley.Rovers were able to bring back players into the squad like Regan Donelon, Gary Armstrong and Ryan McManus who had been involved...
 Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce that terms have been agreed for the signing of four new players for the 2015 season.They are Kevin Devaney, Dinny Corcoran and Steven Beattie who follow new manager Owen Heary from Bohemians and Keith Ward who comes from Dundalk.Kevin Devaney is a Sligo native who began his career with the club as part of the A team and made his one and only first team appearance in the 2011 season as a late sub...
 New Sligo Rovers manager Owen Heary was today presented to the media in his first press conference which took place at Connolly’s Volkswagen.The former Bohemians manager was appointed on Sunday joining the Bit o’Red on a two year contract.Chairman Joe Burns spoke first about the appointment: “I think the season we are going into will be one of the most exciting seasons in the club’s history and that is saying...
 New Sligo Rovers manager Owen Heary will be officially unveiled at a press conference this Friday.It will take place in Connollys Volkswagen in Carraroe at 3:30pm.All fans are welcome to come along and attend the event.See here for directions on how to find it:http://sligo.connollys.ie/page/contact-us/directions-find-us
 Newly appointed Sligo Rovers manager Owen Heary gave his first interview since being made Sligo Rovers manager on Ocean FM's Rovers Review yesterday.He said he was delighted to take the job and spoke about his ambitions for the club and beginning the process of assembling the squad for next season.You can list to the full interview here: 
  Owen Heary has taken over as new manager of Sligo Rovers. He had a long and successful career in the League of Ireland before moving into management a year and a half ago as manager of Bohemians. We take a look back briefly at the playing and managing career of Heary. He was appointed caretaker manager of Bohs in July 2013 when Owen Callaghan was sacked with the club bottom of the table. He turned things around to guide...
 Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce the appointment of Owen Heary as the club’s new manager.Heary, 38, joins the club from after being in charge of Bohemians for the past year and a half.He has signed a two year contract to come to the Showgrounds.The club would like to thank Gavin Dykes and Ciaran Kelly for their hard work, dedication and professionalism while taking interim charge of the team over recent weeks.Chairman Joe Burns...
 Sligo Rovers under-19 team made it through to the second round of the Enda McGuill Cup with a 3-1 victory over Salthill Devon at the Showgrounds.All of the Bit o’Red youngsters goals came in the first half from Gary Anderson, Mark Hannon and Liam Flatley. An early goal for Salthill got them back in the game in the second half but the comeback never materialised.The Galway club made the brighter start having the first effort of the...
 Gavin Dykes reflected on a disappointing result last night to end the season as Rovers were beaten 4-1 by St. Pat’s in the Showgrounds.The visitors went in front in the first half through Conan Byrne and then got a second early in the half with a fluke own goal from Richard Brush. Gary Armstrong got Rovers back in the game immediately but the Bit o'Red couldn’t equalise. Late on the Saints got two further goals to make it a...

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