The defender was one of 26 players who formed the first Treaty United Men’s squad, but had to depart in January due to work commitments.
Templemore native Sean Guerins has re-joined Treaty United, the club have announced. The defender was one of 26 players who formed the first Treaty United Men’s squad, but had to depart in January due to work commitments.
The centre-half made his League of Ireland debut in 2012, playing alongside current manager Tommy Barrett for Athlone Town. At the age of 28, Guerins is in his prime, and following the departure of his former defensive partner Anto O’Donnell, he forms an impressive defensive unit with Andy Spain, Darren Nwankwo, and new signing Jordon Tallon.
In his previous spell at the club, Guerins made 51 appearances, scoring twice as he helped Treaty reach back to back playoff campaigns, and an FAI Cup semi-final.
A composed centre-half, the 28-year-old adds depth to a position that was perhaps lacking a bit, and he will no doubt be utilised in the second half of the season.
The defender brings a calmness on the ball, impressive anticipation, and above all else, he brings some experience to the squad.
Treaty United are in action on Friday night, as they welcome Waterford to the Markets Field, and Guerins will be in the squad.