Transport FC are back in the LSL as the Crumlin side have been reborn from the ground up.
The club which pulled out of the league and indeed football last summer are back after a year break.
It’s a case of new committee, new managers, new players and even a new set of jerseys.
Transport re enter the league at Premier Sunday and will compete at that level for the 2018/19 season.
However, they have aspirations well beyond the basement division in the Leinster Senior League.
Transport have brought in a number players with Intermediate experience and have set themselves a goal of consecutive promotions.
The club told the JSP,
“The aim is to emulate the great sides of Lissadel, Portlaoise, and most recently Liffey Wanderers who even had some Aviva Stadium success along the way, but ‘The Tranner’ know this won’t come easy and have even been in pre season 2 weeks early since the 19th of June. Making sure no stone is unturned.”
Brian ‘Jocker’ Greenhalgh will take the reigns as manager as the club emerges from the shadows and will be assisted by Ciaran Reid.