Sam Foley

Sam Foley is an Irish attacking midfielder who currently plays for St. Mirren. Born on 17th October 1986, in Worcestershire, Foley joined nearby Cheltenham Town as a youngster, but following his release by the Robins in August 2008, he joined Kidderminster Harriers and then Newport County in the National League South – which he helped the club gain promotion from in 2010/11. The technically adept left-sided player, who can play across the midfield, would play at Wembley twice in the following two seasons – firstly for County in the 2012 FA Trophy final and then in the League One play-off final victory for Yeovil Town. After more than 100 appearances for the Huish Park side he moved to Port Vale in July 2015 on a free transfer.

 Position:
Winger
  Country:
Republic of Ireland
  Age:
33
 Position:
Winger
  Country:
Republic of Ireland
  Age:
33

Sam Foley is an Irish attacking midfielder who currently plays for St. Mirren. Born on 17th October 1986, in Worcestershire, Foley joined nearby Cheltenham Town as a youngster, but following his release by the Robins in August 2008, he joined Kidderminster Harriers and then Newport County in the National League South – which he helped the club gain promotion from in 2010/11. The technically adept left-sided player, who can play across the midfield, would play at Wembley twice in the following two seasons – firstly for County in the 2012 FA Trophy final and then in the League One play-off final victory for Yeovil Town. After more than 100 appearances for the Huish Park side he moved to Port Vale in July 2015 on a free transfer.