Harry Kenny Resigns As St Pat's Manager

Harry Kenny Resigns As St Pat's Manager

Following their 3-1 defeat to UCD in the FAI Cup, St Patrick's Athletic have announced that first team manager Harry Kenny has left the club by mutual consent.

Pat's find themselves in fifth in the league, the same position they finished in last season. However, the Saints have only scored 24 goals the league this season, despite signing the likes of Mikey Drennan and Gary Shaw in the off-season. Athletic also invested heavily in other parts of the pitch, most notably the return of Chris Forrester from Aberdeen.

In a club statement, St Pat's chairman Garrett Kelleher thanked "Harry for his professionalism over the last year." Kelleher also thanked Kenny for his role as assistant manager under Liam Buckley in 2013, a season which saw Pat's win the league.


Also in the club statement, Kenny thanked "all involved with St Pat's for the support given to him and wishes the club the best of luck in the future."

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Sean Meehan

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