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Tom O'Connor
Father, husband, friend. Múinteoir bunscoile. Stats wannabe.
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Tom O'Connor 5h
Replying to @Roanj
😂😂😂😂
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Tom O'Connor 5h
Replying to @Roanj
Did that player celebrate his birthday last week?! 🎉😀
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Tom O'Connor 6h
For the third time in the past 5 seasons Dundalk have seen an opposition goalkeeper depart injured on a Bank Holiday weekend (March 2019-Derry, May 2015- Bray) Not that it's much consolation to but he was the only one of the six keepers not to concede a goal.
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Tom O'Connor 11h
Everton fans breaking into a chant of 'Ole' as their team string a few passes together. Can't recall an opposition manager's name being chanted so enthusiastically before.
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Tom O'Connor 15h
'Teaghlach' is 'household'. It's pronounced in a manner very similar to the word 'childlock'. Exactly what's needed on kitchen doors in a household full of kids and chocolate on Easter Sunday!
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Tom O'Connor 15h
Replying to @boscoisalive
*word
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Tom O'Connor 17h
'Teaghlach' is the Irish term for 'household'. It's pronounced in a manner very similar to the world 'childlock'. Exactly what's needed on kitchen doors in a household full of kids and chocolate on Easter Sunday!
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Tom O'Connor Apr 20
Great to hear Carlton's back in the squad- real potential and I hope he shines in the First Division. Great attitude and a super prospect!
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Tom O'Connor Apr 20
In the tonight, are playing . It's the first time two ex LOI players who've also played US Colleges soccer face each other at this level. (I think!) The 2 in question? Ex Cork City's and ex Waterford's
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Tom O'Connor Apr 20
Last night: 2 teams managed by Alans saw 2 keepers in 2 different divisions keep their second consecutive clean sheet 22- The age both keepers turn this April (Matthew Connor + Kevin Horgan)
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Yesterday (3 days before his birthday) scored 3 goals, one of which was his 3rd penalty of the season to put him joint 3rd in the goalscorers chart.
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Absolutely!
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Three well taken goals and a controlled performance from Dundalk but, once again, when it's goalless there's a big save from . I've lost track of how many times he's done that, Dundalk have won the game and it's forgotten about.
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Some year for Kellys v Finn Harps! April 2018 scored a hat trick for UCD v Harps Aug 18 He then scored his 1st Dundalk goal v Harps September 18 Colin Kelly debuts for at Finn Park April 2019 scores a hat trick for Dundalk v Harps
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Bizzarely Dan Kelly has now scored in the 47th minute twice this game!
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Tom O'Connor Apr 19
Our intrepid team of reporters for at Oriel Park tonight, complete with expected Dundalk formation.
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Tom O'Connor Apr 17
There are a number of different figures- FIFPro 2016 surveyed 244 LOI players and 32% had vocational/3rd level qualification- Paul Corry wrote of this that 18.89% had only a Junior Cert, Ollie Cahill spoke on LOI Weekly about another survey carried out by the PFAI.
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Tom O'Connor Apr 17
Last night was the third consecutive time in 2019 that Juventus lost a match within 48 hours of scoring a penalty for Dundalk.
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Tom O'Connor Apr 16
Molenaar, Hiden etc! Take care 👍
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Tom O'Connor Apr 16
Did Lilley sign at a similar time to Hopkin?
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