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Philip O'Doherty

Acting Airport Manager

City of Derry Airport

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City of Derry Airport

Company Description

At City of Derry Airport, (CoDA) it is our aim to promote effective customer services within a safe environment and to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of all our air carriers. It is our mission to recognise the individual needs of each of our custom...more

Background Information

Employment History

Manager

Brandywell Limited


Chief Environmental Health Officer

The North West Region Cross Border Group


Affiliations

Northern Ireland Energy Agency

Board Member


Londonderry Chamber of Commerce

Council Member


Derry City FC

Chief Environmental Health Officer


Education

Salford University


MD of E&I Engineering


Web References(44 Total References)


Who’s Who? –

www.derrycityfc.net [cached]

Chairman - Philip O'Doherty


www.derrycityfc.net

The forum will include a Question and Answer session with both the manager Kenny Shiels and the chairman Philip O'Doherty.


www.derryjournal.com

DERRY CITY Chairman, Mr Philip O'Doherty doesn't expect the FAI to have any objections to the club's plans to split its final six home fixtures of the 2016 season between Maginn Park and Riverside Stadium.
The FAI have inspected both facilities this week and are preparing to present Derry City with its findings regarding the stadiums' suitability for hosting League of Ireland Premier Division matches. We could probably name both venues or either one but we're waiting on the FAI to give us their official feedback. Derry City Chairman, Philip O'Doherty Derry City Chairman, Mr O'Doherty, currently in North Carolina on business, is patiently awaiting news from Abbotstown and revealed he is open to splitting the fixtures between both stadiums if required. And he doesn't expect any 'show-stoppers' from the FAI, as he considers both venues to be viable options. Maginn Park, however, would need improvements in order to meet the FAI's criteria for hosting Premier Division games and Mr O'Doherty insists Derry City are willing to help fund any refurbishment work needed. "We could probably name both venues or either one but we're waiting on the FAI to give us their official feedback," said Mr O'Doherty.


www.rte.ie

Derry City chairman Philip O'Doherty said the way their players "surrendered" to Drogheda United was the final straw for the board and led to the dismissal of manager Peter Hutton.
O'Doherty told BBC Radio Foyle: "If you look back, we gave Peter a year and-a-half. O'Doherty said the job is proving a hard sell and there is little interest in the post in comparison to other clubs in the league. O'Doherty said: "All we can do is appoint the best candidate from the people that apply.


Derry City FC Online

www.derrycityfc.net [cached]

Under the leadership of Philip O'Doherty as Chairman we have every confidence in Derry City's future as a significant force in Irish football".
The firm has served as a leading sponsor since 2011, and the decision to extend and increase their agreement with the club is a major signal of intent by the firm in the value of the sponsorship of one of Ireland's leading clubs. Club Chairman, Mr Philip O'Doherty stated "I am absolutely delighted at Paul's decision for Diamond Corrugated to extend their generous Main Sponsorship Agreement with Derry City FC.


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