Ross Gaynor - Sligo Rovers
||09 Sep 1987|
|Place of Birth:||Ardee|
About Ross Gaynor
Ross began his professional football career with Millwall in England before – following three league and three FA Cup outings – being released from The New Den at the end of the 2007/08 season. He returned home to play for Cobh Ramblers, making his debut as a substitute in a 1-0 home defeat to St Patrick's Athletic on 12 July. However, six goals in 14 outings were not enough to save Stephen Henderson’s side from relegation at the end of the 2008 season.
His impressive performances did earn him a move to Sporting Fingal and he scored three goals in the first half of 2009 before moving back to the top flight in the July transfer window when going on loan to Drogheda. Gaynor was an ever-present between then and the end of the season and his performances helped the Drogs to survive in the Premier Division.
Ross looked set to make that move permanent in January 2010 but instead switched to Dundalk a month later. He made his league debut for the Lilywhites in their opening-day win at Bray Wanderers on 5 March and made 63 league appearances over the next two seasons, scoring eight league goals.
On the 30th December 2011, Ross joined Sligo Rovers and went on to make 27 league appearances in the 2012 season that saw the Bit O' Red win their first league title since 1977.
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