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Lou macari was one, for Scotland
They are Lauren Blanc, Fabian Barthez, Bobby Charlton, Jackie Charlton, Terry Butcher.
The All-Ireland finals are played in Croke Park in Dublin.
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Jack Charlton and Bobby Charlton are brothers, who played soccer for England.
As far as myself and my husband can tell the following definitely played for Liverpool and for Ireland under Jack Charlton: 1. Steve Staunton 2. Phil Babb 3. Mark Lawrenson 4. Ray Houghton 5. Jason McAteer 6. Ronnie Whelan 7. John Aldridge 8. Jim Beglin 9. Mark Kennedy 10. Michael Robinson 11. Ken de Mange (was a Liverpool player for 4 seasons but never played in a competitive first team game - played for the reserves. Made two substitute appearances under Jack Charlton for Ireland)
No player with the last name beginning with the letter Y has ever played for the Boston Celtics of the NBA.
Eddie Charlton played Snooker and Billiards.
Yes he has. Bobby Charlton played for Celtic as a guest in a Testimonial game.
Strictly speaking, that depends on what you mean by 'Irish', but I'll take it you mean players from the Irish Free State (Republic of Ireland). Only four players from the Republic of Ireland have been on the books of Rangers: Alex Stevenson (who would later go on to manage the Irish national side), Alex Craig, James Lowry McAuley, and Reuben Evans, although the latter never played for the first team. As for players from Northern Ireland, the list is far too long for me to mention!
It was Roy Keane, Dennis Irwin, and John O Shea.
Bobby Charlton played for Manchester united, Then he become the Manchester united manager
The players were Stiles (1966), Charlton(1966), Connelly (1966), Blanc (1998), Barthez (1998), and Kleberson(2002) and Pique (2010)
They were Bobby More West Ham, bobby Charlton, Manchester united and Gordon Banks Stoke.
The Ryder Cup was originally played between the United Staes and a team called 'Great Britain and Ireland' which included British and Irish players, but not other European players. Nowadays the US plays against Europe.
Paul Scholles, David beckham, Gary Neville, Wayne Rooney, Bobby Charlton, Philip neville,Nicky Butt,Michel carrick,Rio Ferdinand,
As he is one of the most famous players to have played in English football, some people might be interested to see where he lives now and where he lived when he was growing up.
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There was no All-Ireland Hurling or Football championship played in 1888, due to what is known as the "American Invasion". In 1888 a lot of Gaelic Football and Hurling players travelled to America and the All-Ireland championships were not held.