One of the most capped footballers for Ireland Side – Robbie Brady

Robbie Brady, born in Dublin, Ireland, is an Irish professional football player for Ireland national football team and several football clubs as a winger or a left-back. He was discovered by a scout of Manchester United in football football match for St. Kevin’s Boys. Shortly after his birthday of 16 year old, he became a member of the the club’s academy. He appeared in a football match for Man United in January 2008 for the first time. Two months later, the first reserve team appearance came, where the team won the rival with a 3-1 win. In July 2008, the contract of an academy scholar fortified his place in the U18 in the follow seasons.

In July 2011, he was loaned to Championship club Hull City by Manchester United. He accomplished his first-time appearance in August 2011 at KC Stadium. After three weeks, he won his first Tiger goal in 1-0 win against Reading at the KC Stadium. His loan spell was extended until the end of the 2011-12 season.

In Nov. 2012, he was loaned to Hull City by Manchester United once again. After came back to club Hull City from Man United, he won the first goal in September 2012. For his excellent performances with Hull City, Brady signed with Hull City on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee. After the end of his stint of Hull City, he transferred to Norwich City with a three-year contract for reported £7 million.

Graham Barrett

As a gifted professional football player, Graham Barrett started learning football when he was young. Graham Barrett was born in Dublin, Ireland on 6 Oct., 1981. He started his playing career with Arsenal, in which he won the FA Youth Cup. In 1998, he signed his first professional contract with Arsenal. After accomplishing his debut for the Gunners as a substitute, he also featured as a substitute at a match against Sunderland.

In 2003, he bid a farewell to Highbury, and then signed a three-year contract with Coventry City on 30 May. But in this period, he was still haunted by injuries while he made 32 league starts and 23 substitute appearances. In March 2005, Graham Barrett became a member of Sheffield Wednesday on the loan deadline day.

He transferred to Falkirk by a two-year contract with Scottish side. After the end of cooperation with Coventry in August 2006. Unfortunately, Barrett suffered further injuries in October 2006. So, a knee operation has to be conducted in short time. After recovering from his knee injuries, he sign a one-year contract extension in March 2008.

For his eminent experiences, outstanding competence, unremitting efforts, dynamic energy and the like, Barrett has participated in many matches on behalf of the Republic of Ireland. He earned 24 caps to play for the Ireland national football team while scoring five goals for the Irish U21.

Jim Beglin

Jim Beglin, a former professional football player and current commentator, was born in Waterford, Republic of Ireland. Before join in Shamrock Rovers, Beglin started playing football in local with Bolton and Waterford Bohs. During he played at Milltown, he appeared in four appearances in Europe and scoring one goal.

After served for Shamrock Rovers, he was signed by Liverpool manager Bob Paisley for £20,000 in May 1983. Finally, he was brought into the first team after 18 months by Joe Fagan. Prior to being a regular of the team, he was a substitute for Alan Kennedy in the 1985–86 season.

In 1989, he transferred to Leeds United for a large sum of transfer fee. In the football team, he began to cut a striking figure for great contributions made by him, helping the football club entering into Second Division champions.

For his unremitting efforts and outstanding practical skills, he earned 15 caps of Ireland national football team for many important international competitions. All people believed that he will play a more important role at matches whilst all things went horribly wrong for Beglin who suffered a severe injury in the period. For severe leg injuries, it’s difficult for him to continue his playing career. As a pundit on football, he transferred to work as commentator for several media companies. He also worked for Arsenal as a voice-over artist for the club’s formal DVD.

Ciaran Clark

Ciaran Clark, born in Harrow, England, was a professional defender or midfielder of Ireland. When he was 11, he joined the Aston Villa youth academy, where he received professional training and practice. For distinguished competitive advantages and irreplaceability in football team he serviced, he transferred to Clark by an agreement with Clark.

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Known for versatile ability, stamina, unremitting effort, dynamic energy, consistency and vision, he turned to be an extraordinary good central defender of the football club, winning numerous accolades, titles, honors and respects from loyal football fans. In addition, he captained the England U19 for his distinguished leadership. Unfortunately, he missed the opportunity participated in tournament for severe ankle injury incurred in training.

In 2010, he declared his allegiance to Ireland national football team. Under his parents help and his loyal attitudes to Ireland, he became a regular member of Ireland squad. In Nov. 2010, he capped for the Ireland national football team in a match against Wales.

Stephen Ward

Stephen Ward was born in Dublin, Ireland on Aug. 20, 1985. As an excellent professional left-back or winger, he could be put into many positions rather than the single position referred above. In the summer of 2003, Ward turned to be a member of Bohemians of Dublin-based League of Ireland. In 2003, he made the first appearance in a competition against Skerries Town as a substitute. During the period played for Bohemians, he accumulated 26 goals in 93 matches, making great contributions to the football club.

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He started his senior playing career with Bohemians in Ireland prior to transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers of English Championship in 2007. For outstanding performances in six matches, he earned himself a promising future by three goals. After played for Wolverhampton Wanderers of English Championship, he was loaned to League One in 2013, providing great help for the team. In 2011, Stephen Ward was capped for the Ireland national football team in a match against Scotland, and in a match against Macedonia. Since being a regular member of the Ireland national football team in 2011, he has played at UEFA Euro 2012 and UEFA Euro 2016.

John O’Shea

John O’Shea was born in Waterford, Ireland on Apr. 30, 1981. For great potentials in football and superb talents, he started playing football when he was young. After long-term learning and practices, he joined Manchester United at the age of 17. Before being a member of Manchester United first team formally, he was loaned to Bournemouth and Royal Antwerp, participating in about 400 competitions more than 10 years. During this period, he won some significant matches, such as the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Football League Cup, the UEFA Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup.

In 2011, he transferred to Sunderland to fully display his talents, writing another splendid chapter for himself. For got injured in the first appearance in a friendly competition, he missed the rest of pre-season and the beginning of the next season. On Aug. 27, 2011, John O’Shea won his first goal with Sunderland in a match against Tottenham Hotspur. For outstanding performances and virtuous cooperation relationship with the Sunderland, the club decided to sign another one-year-long contract with him.