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Mick Cahill (born in 1938 in Dublin) is a former Irish football player who played as a centre half.

He joined Shamrock Rovers in 1962 from Bohemians [1]. He captained Bohs in 1961/62 during his time at Dalymount Park, five years before his brother Paul would do so. They joined a prestigious list of brothers such as the Hoopers, O'Kanes and Kerrs who captained The Gypsies.

He played twice in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup for Rovers.

Signed for Transport F.C. in 1965 and later played for Drumcondra F.C..

Mick was capped at amateur level for Ireland.

Honours

Sources

  • The Hoops by Paul Doolan and Robert Goggins (ISBN 0-7171-2121-6)
  • Bohemian F.C. Match Programme, January 29 1989

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