16 November 2008

Peter Warren

Name:
Peter Warren
Born:
1885, Dublin
Died:
c.1961, Dublin
Position:
Left-Back
Representative Honours:
Ireland: 2 Caps (1913)

Club Career:
Clubs
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA.Cup
Other
Strandville (Dublin)
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-
-
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Belfast Celtic
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Aug-08
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-
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Sheffield.Wednesday
09/10-11/12
Apr-10
£50
6/0
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Shelbourne
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May-12
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-
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Millwall
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May-13
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(Southern League)
Shelbourne
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c/s-14
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TOTALS
£50
6/0
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-

Biography:
A “strong-kicking” left-back, Peter "Weezer" Warren made his name with Belfast Celtic before transferring to Sheffield Wednesday along with Paddy O’Connell for a combined fee of £50 in 1909.

Warren never really adapted to life in the Football League and played just six times for the Owls before returning to his home-city of Dublin to join Shelbourne. While with the Shels he was capped twice, as stand-in for Alex Craig during the 1912 Home Nations tournament. He later returned to England to play with Millwall.

Ireland Full Cap Details:
1
15-02-1913
England
H
W
2-1
BC
2
15-03-1913
Scotland
H
L
1-2
BC

Summary: 2/0. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 1.

Additional details courtesy of Martin O'Connor.

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