Foster fearing end in sight as Dundalk boss
DUNDALK boss Ian Foster fears that he will be ditched by the Oriel Park club at the end of the season.
Dundalk’s sole chance of silverware disappeared in last night’s FAI Cup quarter-final defeat by Bohemians, and while the side have six league games to play, Foster believes that he will not be around when the side kick off next season.
“We have a few games left but no one from the club has approached me about a new contract so that says it all to me,” said former Galway United manager Foster.
“I stand by what I have done at this club. I’m pleased with the progression we have made in the two years I have been here.
“I would love to continue working with Dundalk FC but
I am being honest when I say I don’t see that happening.
“I had a two-year contract,
I have six games left but no one has spoken to me about a new contract. We have progressed the club, on a hugely reduced budget and cleared off a huge chunk of the debts, but that seems to have gone amiss.”