Former Blues boss Alan Reynolds leaves Dundalk FC just 10 weeks after taking up role
Formers Waterford FC boss Alan Reynolds has parted company with Dundalk FC just ten weeks after joining the county Louth club as assistant manager.
The announcement was made on the Lillywhites club website this morning. Fellow assistant coach John Gill is also leaving the club.
Just last week, Dundalk appointed Filippo Giovagnoli and Giuseppe Rossi as their new management team following the sacking Vinny Perth last month after a disappointing Champions League qualifying campaign.
A statement on the club’s website this morning confirmed the 46-year-olds departure and said: “Reynolds leaves his role as assistant manager. The 46-year-old arrived at Oriel Park in June after spending three-and-a-half successful seasons at Waterford which saw the Blues win promotion in 2017 and secure a fourth-place finish two years later.
“In July, he was appointed assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland U21 team where he will work alongside Jim Crawford and John O’Shea. We would like to thank Alan for his short stint at Oriel Park and wish him well, both with the U21 national squad and in the future,” the statement concluded.