Wexford FC Announce Signing Of Wexford Native Conor Levingstone From Bohemians

There has been a lot of talk over the last month about it ‘coming home’. And although the World Cup may not be going ‘home’, the same cannot be said for this former Bohemians player…

Conor Levingston, who signed for Bohemians in Dublin in 2019, has been announced as Wexford FC’s latest signing.

A native of Gorey, Levingston will be wearing the purple and gold next season with Wexford FC to the delight of their followers.

First reported by the Irish Independent, Wexford FC announced the arrival of the former Bohs player this evening via their social media channels.

Levingston announced his departure from Bohemians just last month, stating that it was a “huge honour to represent this great club for the past four years.”

Levingston is one of multiple new signings joining the club ahead of the upcoming football season.

Later on Wednesday evening, it was also confirmed by the club that Conor’s brother, Darragh Levingstone, has also signed a new contract with the club.

Wexford FC are set to open up their League of Ireland campaign to Waterford FC in a South-East derby game.

Jason Redmond
Jason Redmond

From Gorey, Jason is the owner of Wexford Weekly. He is also a post-primary English and History teacher.

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