Waterford FC boss Alan Reynolds may quit club over cutbacks
Waterford FC manager Alan Reynolds has said he accessing his future at the club.
The development comes amid reports that owner Lee Power is considering cutbacks in 2020 following three successful seasons for the Blues success.
It is understood the cutbacks could result in the club reverting to a part-time model, which Reynolds said he is not sure he wants to be part of.
“I’m a local man and want to stay but there’s a lot of talking to be done first,” Reynolds told The Irish Mirror after after Friday’s 4-2 win over UCD.
“Nobody can take away our prootion in 2017 and two Premier finishes of fourth and sixth. But we’ll have to see what the owner’s plans are before I decide.
“I don’t blame Lee for cutting back. One man alone can’t keep a club afloat as we’ve seen with the likes of Limerick. We’ve finished the season strongly, but the players are unemployed now. They’ve no wages coming in and other clubs have been onto them.
“That wouldn’t be the case if we had our house in order. A lot of the players want to stay but they’ve to look after themselves.”