Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Aaron Shanahan, Aidan Price, Alan Mathews, Alan Mulcahy, Austin Brady, Barry Slattery, Brendan Rea, Christopher Doran, Colin Falvey, Damien Brennan, Dave Mulcahy, Dave Savage, David Breen (footballer), David Cassidy (footballer), David Dwyer, David O'Connor (footballer), Derek McGrath (footballer), Gary Deegan, Graham O'Hanlon, Greg Costello, Jason Kabia, John Reynor, Jon Akin, Lee King, Michael Reddy, Michael Walsh (Kilkenny hurler), Ollie Walsh (footballer), Owen Heary, Paul Byrne (footballer born 1972), Paul McAreavey, Paul McGee (footballer born 1968), Philip Gorman, Philip Hughes (footballer born 1981), Ray Kenny, Richie Purdy, Ritchie Bayly, Robbie Brunton, Robbie Gaffney, Rory Ginty, Sean L'Estrange, Shane Guthrie, Synan Braddish, Tadhg Purcell, Timmy Kiely, Tommy Gaynor, Tony Griffiths, Tony O'Dowd, Trevor Vaughan. Excerpt: Tadhg Purcell (born 9 February 1985) is an Irish footballer who departed Northampton Town in June 2012. His main position is as a striker, although he can play on the wing. He spent his youth with Leicester Celtic, before joining Kilkenny City in 2004. He moved onto Shamrock Rovers two years later, and enjoyed a successful three year spell with the club, helping Shamrock to win the First Division title in 2006. He won a move to English club Darlington in January 2010, before joining Northampton Town six months later. He was loaned back to Darlington in September 2011, and later went out on loan to Irish side Cork City. Purcell played most his schoolboy career at Leicester Celtic, where he played alongside future teammate Barry Murphy. He also gained success with his St Benildus team, and was part of the under-18s Dublin Soccer champions team at St Benildus College in 2003, when they beat Malahide 1-0 in the final, which was held at Wayside Celtic's ground. Purcell originally received a soccer scholarship from University College Dublin (UCD AFC), where he played the beginning of his senior career. Following a bust-up with then manager Pete Mahon, Purcell moved to First Division side Kilkenny City, under the management of Pat Scully, for the 2005 season. He scored his first League of Ireland goal on 9 April at Buckley Park. After one season with the "Black Cats", he then moved to Shamrock Rovers for the 2006 season, along with his manager Scully, after Kilkenny City failed to gain promotion from the First Division. He made his Rovers debut in the opening game of the 2006 season. Following a successful first season with the "Hoops", in which Rovers won the First Division title and Purcell became the club's top scorer with 11 goals, he signed a two and a half year contract in July 2007. The club finished fifth in the Premier Division the following season, and he was top-scorer again in 2007 after finding the net 12 times, also becoming the fourth highest scorer in the l
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