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Ken DeMange
Personal information
Full name Kenneth John Philip Petit DeMange
Date of birth September 3, 1964 (1964-09-03) (age 45)
Place of birth    Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
19xx-19xx
1978-1983
19xx-19xx
St Kevins CBS
Stella Maris
Tolka Rovers
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1982-1983
1983-1987
1986
1987-1988
1988-1992
1990-1991
1992-1993
1993
1993-1994
1994-1995
19xx-19xx
19xx-19xx
Home Farm
Liverpool
Scunthorpe United (loan)
Leeds United
Hull City
Cardiff City (loan)
Limerick
Ards
Bohemians
Dundalk
Crusaders  ?
Home Farm ?

0 (0)
3 (2)
15 (1)
68 (1)
15 (0)
28 (3)
8 (1)
22 (1)
13 (3)   
National team
1984-1987
1989
1987-1988
1990
Republic of Ireland U21
Republic of Ireland U23
Republic of Ireland
Republic of Ireland B
5 (1)
1 (0)
2 (0)
1 (0)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Ken DeMange (born September 3, 1964, Dublin, Republic of Ireland) is a former Irish footballer who played for, among others, Liverpool, Leeds United, Hull City and Dundalk. As an international he also played for the Republic of Ireland.

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Club career

Early years

DeMange was raised in the Ballygall area of Northside Dublin. He first showed his potential as a schoolboy footballer, playing for St Kevins CBS, Stella Maris and Tolka Rovers before moving on to Home Farm where his team-mates included Brian Mooney. Made his League of Ireland debut for Farm at Athlone Town on November 8 1981. While playing for Home Farm, he was awarded the Young Player of the Year title for the 1982-83 season by the Professional Footballers Association of Ireland[1]. He also finished as the teams top goalscorer with seven goals [2].

Liverpool

In August 1983 DeMange, along with Brian Mooney, signed for Liverpool [3] but in four seasons with the club, he never made a competitive first team appearance. He did however help Liverpool Reserves, win two consecutive Central League titles in 1984 and 1985. During the 1984-85 season he was top scorer for the Reserves scoring 12 goals in 32 league appearances.[4][5] In December 1986 he also had a successful loan spell with Scunthorpe United, scoring 2 goals in 3 leagues appearances. He also played for Scunthorpe in 1 FA Cup game and scored 1 further goal. In May 1987, while still playing for Liverpool Reserves, he made his international debut for the Republic of Ireland.[6][7]

Leeds United

In September 1987 DeMange was sold to Leeds United for a fee of £75,000.[8] He subsequently scored on his debut for United, with a diving header, in a 2-0 win against Manchester City at Elland Road on September 26 1987. However this was also the only goal he scored for the club. [9][10] In his brief spell with United, DeMange went onto make 20 first team appearances, 15 of them in the league [11].

Hull City

In March 1988 DeMange was sold to Hull City for a fee of £65,000. He subsequently made 68 league appearances and scored 1 league goal for City. He also made a further 4 appearances for City in the FA Cup and 1 in the League Cup. In October 1988 he also won his second senior international cap while at City. In November 1990 and in March 1991 during loan spells with Cardiff City, he also made a further 15 league appearances [12].

Return to Ireland

After leaving Hull City in June 1992, DeMange returned to Ireland where he played for several clubs in both the League of Ireland (including Limerick FC) and the Irish League. During the 1994-95 season he played for a Dundalk team managed by Dermot Keely and he helped the club win the League of Ireland title. During the campaign he scored 3 league goals, 2 against Monaghan United on November 11 1994 in a 4-0 away win and 1 against Cobh Ramblers on December 12 1994 in a 2-2 away draw. [13][14]

International career

Republic of Ireland

DeMange represented the Republic of Ireland at youth, under-21, under 23, B and senior level. While with Liverpool Reserves, he won 5 under-21 caps and while with Hull City he won an under-23 cap. In 1987 and 1988, under Jack Charlton, DeMange also made 2 substitute appearances for the senior Republic of Ireland team. On May 23 1987 he made his senior debut when he came on for Mick McCarthy during a 1-0 win against Brazil at Lansdowne Road. He won his second cap on October 19 1988 in another home game against Tunisia. DeMange came on for Tony Cascarino and helped the Republic win 4-0. He won his only B cap on March 27 1990 in a 4-1 win against England B at Turner's Cross, coming on as a very late substitute for Alan McLoughlin [2][15][16].

Honours

Home Farm

Liverpool Reserves

Limerick

Dundalk

References

  1. ^ PFAI Young Player of the Year
  2. ^ a b The Complete Who's Who of Irish International Football, 1945-96 (1996):Stephen McGarrigle [1]
  3. ^ Home Farm to Liverpool
  4. ^ Central League 1983-84
  5. ^ Central League 1984-85
  6. ^ Liverpool Irish Dream Team
  7. ^ Liverpool fansite
  8. ^ Liverpool to Leeds United
  9. ^ Scored on Leeds Utd debut
  10. ^ Leeds United One Goal Wonders
  11. ^ Leeds United fansite
  12. ^ Hull City fansite
  13. ^ Dundalk F.C. 1994-95
  14. ^ DeMange playing with Dundalk
  15. ^ Republic of Ireland international
  16. ^ England B at Rsssf

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