# Harry Kenny

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# Stepping Aside
Harry Kenny resigns as St Patrick's Athletic manager following FAI Cup exit
The 57-year-old has left his position as manager following last night’s FAI Cup exit to UCD.
# top of the table
Mayo man Mountney hits the winner as high-flying Dundalk restore eight-point lead
Three days after their Champions League draw with Qarabag, the Lilywhites overcame St Pat’s on Saturday.
# Bowing out
Henrik Larsson's son on target as St Pat's Europa League dream ends
Norrkoping beat the Dublin side 4-1 on aggregate.
# Reaction
‘He’s only a young lad in the team… I wouldn’t be too hard on him’
Harry Kenny was reluctant to single out Jake Walker for blame following the loss to Shamrock Rovers.
# Late Late Show
Walker's 83rd-minute strike breaks Harps hearts as St Pat's snatch victory late on
Harry Kenny’s side secured all three points with a dramatic late winner to break Finn Harps’ hearts in Inchicore.
# Reaction
Harry Kenny defends Pat's controversial last-gasp goal against Cork
John Cotter was not happy with the amount of stoppage time at the end of the game.
# Report
Simon Madden scores with virtually the game's last kick to earn Pat's a dramatic draw with Cork
The Leesiders were ahead before a last-gasp goal.
# skid
Finn Harps suffer record tenth consecutive league defeat at home to St Pat's
Conor Clifford and Mikey Drennan were both on target as the Dublin side ran out 2-0 winners in Ballybofey.
# Reaction
'Violent conduct in the box is a red card so we have no qualms about that'
St Patrick’s Athletic defied the dismissal of Dave Webster to earn a draw against Cork City last night.
# Dublin Derby
Bohs continue to fly high as Buckley strike sees off 10-man St Pat's at sold-out Dalymount
An impressive crowd of over 3,600 saw Bohemians beat rivals St Pat’s on Friday night.
# All Square
Saints drop points for the first time this season as dogged Finn Harps leave Dublin with a point
Both sides earned a point in a tight affair at Richmond Park on Monday.
# Double trouble
Double swoop as St Pat's complete deals for ex-Shamrock Rovers duo Miele and Drennan
Harry Kenny has signed Brandon Miele and Mikey Drennan on two-year deals.
# New Signing
'I think I can really kick on and score a lot of goals': Ex-Shamrock Rovers striker agrees to join city rivals St Pat's
Gary Shaw was the Hoops’ top goalscorer and Player of the Season in 2017.
# Curtain call
Conan the Barbarian: Byrne bags four assists on final appearance as Saints sweep Derry aside
St Pat’s secured fifth place with a comfortable win against Derry City on Friday night.
# new saint
St Pat's appoint former assistant Kenny as Buckley's successor
The 56-year-old will take the reins at Richmond Park ahead of the 2019 League of Ireland season.
# a new chapter
Bray Wanderers appoint manager ahead of new campaign following chaotic 2017
Dave Mackay takes over from Harry Kenny, who left the club at the end of last season.
# LOI Legends
'John Giles came to the house... He wanted to get a group of young lads together, the best in the country'
Ex-Shamrock Rovers player and current Bray boss Harry Kenny chats to The42 about his distinguished career in the League of Ireland.
# Resignation
Harry Kenny stepping down as Bray Wanderers boss after turbulent season
The Seagulls boss will see out the current campaign before leaving his role.
# Cherrie On Top
Cherrie saves stoppage-time penalty to earn Bray a point in six-goal thriller
Galway snatched a late point at the Carlisle Grounds – but it could have been even better.
# Back To Business
'It was a very tough four weeks' - Bray still aiming for European football despite recent woes
The Seagulls have suffered financial uncertainties off the pitch, affecting performances on it over the last month.
# Stalemate
Gypsies winning streak comes to a close as Bray frustrate during lacklustre stalemate
Neither side impressed in Phibsborough as Bray earned their first point in five games.
# coastal erosion
'What is the point?': Bray Wanderers chairman issues ominous statement criticising attendances
Denis O’Connor hints at a bleak future for the seaside club.
# Interview
'You’d see guys that had a great attitude and when you were young it was like ‘look at that lick arse being busy''
Meath man Tim Clancy had to work his way back from non-league football and went on to play in Scotland before winding up at current club Bray Wanderers.
# 12-point plan
'It's theirs to lose' already but Bray boss surprised by size of 'beatable' City's lead
Cork City’s 2-1 win over Bray Wanderers last night at Turner’s Cross sent them 12 points clear at the top.
# speed merchant
'I wasn’t that fast before I broke my leg but when I came back I was like Usain Bolt!'
Bray Wanderers winger Dylan Connolly has been one of the players lighting up the league this season.
# namesake
All the Kennys shortlisted for PFAI Manager of the Year
The men in charge of Dundalk, Derry City and Bray Wanderers are up for the award.