15 September 2007

Paddy Moore

Name: Patrick Moore
Born: 1909, Ballybough (Dublin)
Died: 1941
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Weight:

Position: Centre-Forward

Representative Honours: Ireland: 1 Full Cap (1932); Irish Free State: 9 Full Caps / 7 Goals (1931-1936); League of Ireland: 1 Cap / 2 Goals (1932).
Club Honours: (with Shamrock Rovers) League of Ireland Champion 1931/32; FAI Cup Winner 1930/31, 1932/33, 1935/36; League of Ireland Shield Winner 1931/32; Leinster Senior Cup Winner 1929/30, 1932/33.

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
Other
Cloncliffe Celtic
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-
-
-
-
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Bendigo
(Dublin)
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-
-
-
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Richmond Rovers
-
-
-
-
-
-
Shamrock Rovers
28/29
-
-
-
-
-
Cardiff City
29/30
c/s-29
-
0/ 0
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-
Shamrock Rovers
30/31-31/32
c/s-30
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/13
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Aberdeen
32/33-34/35
-32
£1,000
66/45
/ 2
-
Shamrock Rovers
35/36-37/38
-35
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-
/ 4
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Shelbourne
37/38
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-
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Brideville
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Shamrock Rovers
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-
-
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TOTALS
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£-
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Biography:
To follow.

Wikipedia
SoccerScene.ie

Moore's grave with new headstone unveiled in 2015 (Glasnevin Museum)
Ireland Cap Details:

17-10-1932 England A L 0-1 BC

Summary: 1/0. Won 0, Drew 0, Lost 1.


Irish Free State Cap Details:
26-04-1931 Spain...... A D 1-1 FR. 1 goal
08-05-1932 Netherlands A W 2-0 FR. 1 goal
25-02-1934 Belgium.... H D 4-4 WCQ 4 goals
08-04-1934 Netherlands A L 2-5 WCQ 1 goal
16-12-1934 Hungary.... H L 2-4 FR
08-05-1935 Germany.... A L 1-3 FR
08-12-1935 Netherlands H L 3-5 FR
17-10-1936 Germany.... H W 5-2 FR
06-12-1936 Hungary.... H L 2-3 FR

Summary: 9/7. Won 2, Drew 2, Lost 5.

Notes: Cardiff signed two different players called Paddy Moore in the summer of 1929, one a centre-half from Mullingar Celtic who went on to play once before moving to Merthyr Town (5/0), Tranmere Rovers (4/0) and then Brideville. The other player was the centre-forward detailed above who never played for the first team.

With thanks to Martin O'Connor.

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