Galway United winger Stephen Kenny has left the club by mutual consent, the club’s official website announced on Monday (9th July).
The club wished Kenny well and thanked him for his contribution since he signed at the beginning of 2018.
Kenny made 15 First Division appearances for the Tribesmen since joining from Limerick FC and scored his only goal in the 3-0 victory over Athlone Town in May.
— Galway United (@GalwayUnitedFC) July 9, 2018
The 25-year-old also had spells with Cork City, Waterford United and Cobh Ramblers and was a teammate of Robbie Williams when Limerick won the First Division in 2016.
He’d set his sights on another title in 2018 and told galwayunited.fc when he signed “it’s similar to when I joined Limerick from Cobh, my ambition is to win the league, just like I did that year with Limerick and try and play in every game.
But with the transfer window open during July, Kenny will be looking for a new club to conclude the year.
Galway United face Cobh Ramblers in the 2018 Airtricity League First Division on Saturday, 14th July. Kick-off at St. Colman’s Park, Macroom is 7.45pm.