Greg Bolger - St. Patrick's Ath
||09 Sep 1988|
|Place of Birth:||Wexford|
About Greg Bolger
(Photo by: Ed Scannell)
Wexford born Greg started his career playing with New Ross Celtic before going on to play with Wexford Youths in the days before they had acquired league status. He also spent a year at Cherry Orchard before joining UCD in 2006.
Greg made his league debut with UCD in March 2007 as a substitute against Cork City and scored his first goal in 2008 against Derry City. He was also part of the Students side that won the First Division title in 2009 but it was in 2010 that Greg really came to prominence when he filled the boots of the influential Ronan Finn who had moved on to Sporting Fingal.
During the 2010 season he made 29 league appearances and scored 7 goals. He was also chosen by Paul Doolin to represent the Irish U23 side that played against England and Estonia during the summer.
In January of 2011 he followed Finn across the city to sign for Sporting Fingal. However, one month later Fingal folded and within 24 hours Bolger had been snapped up by Ian Foster at Dundalk. Greg's Dundalk debut came in a 5-3 Setanta Cup win over Linfield in February and he made 24 league appearances throughout the season.
In January 2012 Greg confirmed a move to St Patrick's Athletic, signing for new boss Liam Buckley.
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