Belfast Celtic F.C. Players: Albert Edward (Ned) Weir, Alec McCartney, Andy Kennedy (Footballer Born 1897), Arthur King (Footballer), Bertie Fulton

9781155806679: Belfast Celtic F.C. Players: Albert Edward (Ned) Weir, Alec McCartney, Andy Kennedy (Footballer Born 1897), Arthur King (Footballer), Bertie Fulton
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Albert Edward (Ned) Weir, Alec McCartney, Andy Kennedy (footballer born 1897), Arthur King (footballer), Bertie Fulton, Bert Manderson, Billy Halligan, Billy McMillan, Billy O'Neill (footballer), Bill Collins (footballer), Charlie Tully, Daniel McKinney, Elisha Scott, Ezekiel Johnston, George Hazlett, Harry Buckle, Henry Hamilton (footballer), Hugh Kelly (goalkeeper), Jackie Brown (footballer), Jackie Coulter, Jackie Vernon (footballer), Jack Diffin, Jimmy Jones (Northern Ireland footballer), Jimmy McAlinden, Johnny Campbell, John Feenan, Keiller McCullough, Kevin McAlinden, Louis Bookman, Malcolm Butler, Mickey Hamill, Mick O'Flanagan, Oscar Traynor, Patrick O'Connell (Irish footballer), Robin Lawler, Ron Greenwood, Sammy Curran, Tommy Breen, Tom Aherne, Tony McPhee (footballer), William Clay (footballer), William Lavery, Willie McStay (footballer born 1890). Excerpt: Patrick Joseph O'Connell (8 March 1887 - 27 February 1959), also known as Paddy O'Connell or Patricio O'Connell, was an Irish footballer and manager. He played as a defender, most notably, for Belfast Celtic, Sheffield Wednesday, Hull City and Manchester United. As an international he captained Ireland and was a member of the team that won the 1914 British Home Championship. However O'Connell is probably best remembered for managing several clubs in La Liga. In 1935 he led Real Betis to their one and only La Liga title and during the Spanish Civil War he took FC Barcelona on a tour of North America. Despite these successes, he died destitute in London in 1959. O'Connell from Mable Street in Dublin played junior football with several Dublin clubs, including Frankfort, later to become founder members of the League of Ireland, and Stranville Rovers, before joining Belfast Celtic. In March 1909, together with left-back Peter Warren, he was transferred from Celtic to Sheffield Wednesday for a combined fee of £50. A terrific performer in the heart of the defence, O'Connell made his English First Division debut for Sheffield Wednesday against Bury on the last day of the 1908-09 season. However in subsequent seasons he was unable to establish himself as a regular in the Wednesday first team due to competition from English McConnell, Jimmy Spoors and Bob McSkimming. As a result he made just 21 senior appearances, 18 in the league and 3 in the FA Cup. However while with Wednesday, O'Connell made two of his six international appearances for Ireland. O'Connell left Sheffield Wednesday for Hull City in March 1912 and subsequently made 58 Second Division appearances for City during the 1912-13 and 1913-14 seasons. While with City he also made a further three appearances for Ireland. O'Connell's impressive performances with Ireland attracted the attention of Manchester United who he signed for in May 1914 for a fee of £1,000. During the 1914-15 season he served as United team capt

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