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Emmet McLoughlin

Name: Emmet McLoughlin* Born: Londonderry or Moville, Co. Donegal Died: London Height: Weight: Position: Forward Representative Honours: Ireland: 3 Amateur Caps; Eire: 1948 London Olympics . Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League Other Moville Celtic - - (Derry & District League) Bohemians 43/44 - Amateur / 6 - St James’s Gate 43/44 - Amateur / 1 - Dundalk 44/45 c/s-44 Amateur 6/ 0 16/6 Shelbourne 45/46 - Amateur 0/ 0 4/0 U.C.D. - - Amateur - - Derry City 48/49 - Amateur / 3 /3 Bohemians 48/49 Feb-49 Amateur / 8 - Derry City 50/51 - Amateur / 2 - Portadown 50/51 Jan-51 Amateur / 4 - TOTALS £-

Olympians

- Most Capped - Top Goalscorers - Youngest Players - Oldest Players - - Premier Players - Cup Finalists - Award Winners - Million Pound Men - - Olympians - Dual Internationals - Captains - Goalkeepers - One Cap Wonders - London 2012 saw a UK football team compete at the Olympics for the first time since 1960, having not even entered since the 1972 event. A British team (in various guises) has won the Olympic tournament three times and competed at the finals on a further six occasions. Similarly, the Irish Free State/Eire has competed at the Olympic finals twice. Prior to 1972 the tournament was for amateur players only, and as such a number of (Northern) Ireland Amateur internationals were selected for the British and Irish squads. The "Great Britain" team has generally been organised by the (English) FA at the request of the British Olympic Committee and, as such, English players have tended to dominate selections. On a number of occasion squads were so
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