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Conor Bradley

Name: Born: 9 July or 7 September 2003, Tyrone Height: 5.11 ft / 1.80 m Weight: Position: Full-Back / Midfielder Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Under-17, Schools Under-16. Club Honours: (with Liverpool) FA Youth Cup Runner-Up 2020/21 . Club Career: Dungannon Liverpool Sep-18 Youth   Biography: Conor Bradley captained the Northern Ireland Schoolboys team that won the 2018 Victory Shield. Shortly thereafter he signed for Liverpool and has rose through the Under-18, Under-19 to the Under-23 team before earning a senior Northern Ireland call-up at the end of the 2020/21 season. LivepoolFC Northern Ireland Full Cap Details: 30-05-2021 Malta N FR L 0-3 sub  

Sam McClelland

Name:  Born: 4 January 2002, Limavady Height:  Weight:  Positions: Centre-Back Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Full, Under-19, Under-17. Club Career: Chelsea Jul-19 Youth Biography: Sam McClelland was called into the senior Northern Ireland panel after an impressive season with Chelsea U23s in the 2020/21 season. Chelsea Academy Northern Ireland Full Cap Details: 03-06-2021 Ukraine A L 0-1 FR sub

FRANK THOMPSON - Part One

By Gavan Bergin [Also published on NewsFour.ie . Links to more of Gavan's work can be found at the bottom of this article] Frank Thompson was born in Ballynahinch, County Down on October 2nd 1885 and grew up to be brilliant at football. By the time he was nineteen he was playing at the top level of the game in Ireland. He made his Irish League debut for the famous old Belfast club Cliftonville in 1905. He played in their last three matches of the 1904/05 season and from then on he was a regular in the Cliftonville team. In the 1905/06 season he was in fine form, playing 35 games and scoring seven goals for Cliftonville, who won the Irish League for the first time in their long history. Frank continued to play extremely well for Cliftonville and he powered them into a highly successful era. Between 1906 and 1909 they won four more trophies, including two Irish Cups, and Frank's dynamic and exciting attacking play earned him a reputation as one of the best forwards in the country

660: 30 May 2021

vs Bulgaria - 660 - vs Ukraine International Challenge Match Sunday, 30th May 2021. KO: 17:00 BST / 18:00 local NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 3-0 MALTA (MLT)  (H/T 1-0) Venue:  W├Ârthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt (AUT) Attendance: (behind closed doors due to Covid-19) Referee:  Sebastian Gishamer (AUT) Assistant Referees: Roland Riedel   (AUT), Andreas Witschnigg (AUT) Fourth Official: Rene Eisner (AUT) Goals: NIR: Jones (2) , Magennis (pen)   (22) , Whyte (53) , McCann (55) NORTHERN IRELAND (green - white - green) Manager: Ian Baraclough (ENG) Captain: Stuart Dallas 3-5-2 Peacock-Farrell; Brown, Cathcart, McNair; Dallas [Bradley 86 ], Thompson _ [McCalmont 85 ], Whyte [Ferguson 74 ], McGinn [Saville 62 ]; Jones [Boyce 73 ], Magennis [Charles 62 ] Unused subs: Hazard (gk), Hughes (gk); Smyth, McClelland, Galbraith MALTA (white - red - white) Manager: Devis Mangia (ITA) H. Bonello; A. Agius, F. Apap [J. Borg 70], B. Kristensen [R. Muscat 82], R. Camenzuli, T. Teuma  _  [D. Vella  61 ], J. Mbong [

661: 3 June 2021

vs Malta - 661 - vs Lithuania International Challenge Match UKRAINE (UKR) 1-0 NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) (H/T 1-0) Venue:  Dnipro-Arena, Dnipro Attendance: 15,000 Referee: Szymon Marciniak Assistant Referees: Goals: UKR: Zubkov   ( 10) NORTHERN IRELAND: (white - white - white) Manager: Ian Baraclough (ENG) Captain: Stuart Dallas 3-5-2 Peacock-Farrell; Ballard, Cathcart, Brown [McClelland 89 ], Dallas [Charles 89 ], McNair _ , McCann [Whyte 81 ], Saville, Ferguson [Smyth 68 ]; McGinn [Thompson 45 ], Magennis [Lafferty 61 ] Unused subs: Hughes (gk);   Bradley, McCalmont, Galbraith, Boyce Ukraine's manager had been among the best players in the world. He won 111 caps scoring 48 goals , including one against Northern Ireland in 1997. UKRAINE: (blue - blue - blue) Manager: Andriy Shevchenko 4-1-4-1 Post-Match: BBC Pre-Match: Announcement Squad: ( IrishFA ) Goalkeepers:  Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Burnley), Conor Hazard (Celtic), Liam Hughes (Liverpool). Defenders:  Craig Cathcart (Watford),

Northern Ireland Players' Domestic Seasons

Click on the seasons to find details of players, appearances, trophies and transfers... 1880/1 1881/2 1882/3 1883/4 1884/5 1885/6 1886/7 1887/8 1888/9 1889/0 1890/1 1891/2 1892/3 1893/4 1894/5 1895/6 1896/7 1897/8 1898/9 1899/0 1900/1 1901/2 1902/3 1903/4 1904/5 1905/6 1906/7 1907/8 1908/9 1909/0 1910/1 1911/2 1912/3 1913/4 1914/5 1915/6 1916/7 1917/8 1918/9 1919/0 1920/1 1921/2 1922/3 1923/4 1924/5 1925/6 1926/7

Transfers Summer 2021

2020/21 - 2021/22 Transfers (summer 2020 - winter - summer 2021) - Cups, Ups & Downs Transfers Ollie Bassett  - Nuneaton Borough to Pacific (CAN)  PFC Andrew Waterworth   - Linfield to Glenavon  BBC Darren Robinson  - Dungannon Swifts to Derby County  BelTel Harry Robinson - Motherwell to Clyde CFC Shayne Lavery - Linfield to Blackpool BBC Ryan McGivern - Linfield to Newry City NewsLetter Conor Mitchell - Larne to Warrenpoint Town WTFC James Knowles - Ballymena United to Dungannon Swifts BBC Brad Lyons  (Blackburn Rovers to Kilmarnock)  BRFC   BBC Kofi Balmer (Ballymena United to Larne) BelfastLive Jim Ervin (Ballymena United to Carrick Rangers) NewsLetter Ross Glendinning (Ballymena United to Glentoran) GFC Kyle Lafferty  (Kilmarnock to Anorthosis Famagusta)  BBC   BBC Released Corry Evans  (Blackburn Rovers)  Lancashire Telegraph Shane Ferguson   (Millwall)  FLW Caolan Lavery   (Walsall)  Express & Star Ben Reeves   (Plymouth Argyle)  Plymouth Live Lee Camp   (Swindon
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