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Liam Dunne (born 1 September 1971) is a former Irish soccer player.

An experienced, dynamic midfielder, he has played for Bohemians (2 spells), St. Johnstone,[1] Crusaders (2 spells), Dundalk, Portadown and Glenavon F.C. among others during his career.

He signed for Bohemians in 1990 and broke into the first team, making his league debut against Derry City on 2 September of that year. Played for the Republic of Ireland national football team at the 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship [1] and impressed sufficiently enough to be snapped up by St. Johnstone.[1] He did well in his first season in Scotland but didn't fit into the plans of new manager John McClelland the next season so Eamonn Gregg brought him back to Bohs. He only had a short spell on his return to Bohs and after 38 league games with 2 goals, he moved to Belfast to link up with his Crusaders for his first spell at Seaview.



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