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League of Ireland legend David O’Sullivan retires

 

Striker David O’Sullivan has announced his retirement from football.

The Wicklow man was a key figure for Longford Town over the years and Shelbourne recently.

Speaking to BetweentheStripes.ie, O’Sullivan said; “The rumors are true, I’m taking a step back from the League of Ireland. I’ve had a good run and I’ve enjoyed the last six-years but the time is right to take a step back.”

“It’s a pity I couldn’t have got that 100th League of Ireland goal but it wasn’t to be, I ended up on 99 league & cup goals!”

“I’m not retiring from the game all together, just from the League of Ireland. The truth is I’m not sure what I’m doing just yet but I’ll be taking a break until after Christmas and we will see where I end up then.”

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2 thoughts on “League of Ireland legend David O’Sullivan retires

    1. Very good player would have scored more goals for Shelbourne if he had more
      support last season, but still ended up the first divisions leading marksman.
      Shels will have a job replacing him.

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