Alan Byrne - Drogheda United
||21 Jul 1983|
|Place of Birth:||Dublin|
About Alan Byrne
Alan began his career at Bohemians in 2002 and he then had a successful time at Monaghan United in 2003. At the start of the 2004 season he signed for Eric Hannigan at Kildare County and he went on to make 111 league appearances there over the next four seasons.
In November 2007 Alan left Kildare to sign for Shelbourne where he made 17 league and cup appearances in the 2008 season. He spent just one year at Tolka Park and signed for his second spell at Monaghan United in January 2009.
Alan was voted Player of the Year at Monaghan for 2010 and, following the departure of manager Mick Cooke prior to the start of 2011, he remained at the club to play under new boss Roddy Collins. He made 24 league appearances to help the Mons to promotion at the end of 2011.
Alan played with the team until 18 June 2012 when Monaghan United withdrew from the League due to financial pressures. On 22 June, he signed for Mick Cooke at Drogheda United.
Photo thanks to Monaghan United FC
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