Backroom staff update

Sligo Rovers regret yesterday's post-game exchange between a member of our backroom team and some supporters.

The exchange occurred when passions ran high in the aftermath of the full-time whistle of a disappointing day. We believe our staff care deeply about the club but on this occasion it was not construed in a fitting manner.

As a result, goalkeeping coach Rodney Dalzell offered his resignation this morning which the club accepted by mutual agreement. This is an admirable course of action taken by Rodney, and one we respect.

The level of support we receive as a club is extraordinary and we place huge value on it.

We are focused on improving results on the pitch and now continue preparations ahead of Friday's game in Dublin.

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