Alan Reynolds (footballer)
|Full name||Alan Reynolds|
|Date of birth||12 June 1974|
|Place of birth||Waterford, Ireland|
|Waterford (Head Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2 January 2017.
Alan Reynolds (born 12 June 1974) is a former Irish footballer and coach. He is currently the head coach of Waterford FC in the League of Ireland First Division. He is currently working as a Football In Community Development Officer for the Football Association of Ireland.
- 1 Playing Career
- 2 Management/Coaching Career
- 3 Honours
- 4 Footnotes and references
After ten seasons he transferred to Longford Town for one season.
He then signed for Cork City where he again spent only one season.
Reynolds then joined Shamrock Rovers. He made his debut on 11 April 2003 against Drogheda United In his first season in the Hoops he played in four European games, including the famous UEFA Intertoto Cup win in Poland over Odra Wodzisław.
Player/Manager at Waterford
In March 2004 he was appointed player-manager at Waterford United with Paul McGrath as Director of Football. The Blues reached the FAI Cup Final in his first season before disastrously losing the game in the last five minutes.
He resigned in March 2005 before joining Shelbourne making his debut in August and winning the League that season.
In July 2006 he rejoined Waterford United. He left the club exactly one year later in July 2007.
He made his second debut for Rovers on 6 July 2007 at Longford. In total he made a combined total of 40 appearances without scoring in his two spells at Rovers.
St Patrick's Athletic
In 2014 Reynolds Joined Liam Buckley's coaching staff at St Patrick's Athletic. His spell with the club seen them win the FAI Cup in 2014 with a 2-0 win over Derry City and the EA Sports Cup in 2015 with a win over Galway United on penalties.
Cork City (Coach)
On 30 January 2016, Reynolds was appointed Assistant First Team Coach of Cork City. He only spent one season at Turners Cross before leaving for his native Waterford. He did help the rebels win the FAI Cup with a 1-0 win over Dundalk after finishing 2nd to the same team in the Premier Division.
Return to Waterford
Footnotes and references