Doyle started his professional career with Coventry City under Gordon Strachan where he played in the youth team, which included playing in the FA Youth Cup Final and was also in the reserve team under Trevor Peake, but struggled for first team opportunities. In the early part of the 2000/01 season, Doyle went on trial with Kidderminster Harriers where he made an immediate impression on manager Jan Molby.
Straight after the trial Molby tried to sign him from Coventry City but Gordon Strachan would not agree to it, however Jan finally got his man in January 2001.
In a two year stint, Doyle appeared for Harriers 27 times and managed to find the back of the net once. Doyle found himself and fans favourite Ian Foster released by the club at the end of the 2002/03 season.
This prompted a move to Nuneaton Borough where he spent one season before moving on to Moor Green F.C where he spent 18 months scoring 11 goals in 53 starts. He then moved to Redditch United F.C where he spent another 18 months before arriving at Bromsgrove Rovers.
However Daire left Bromsgrove Rovers at the beginning of 2007 and was subsequently signed by Longford Town F.C.. During his 2 year stint at Longford Doyle played 56 games scoring 2 goals. During his first season he was part of the side that battled bravely against a six point penalty deduction but ultimately Longford were relegated to the First Division on the last day of the season. This season also saw a great Cup run which saw Longford reach the FAI Ford Cup Final playing against Cork City, the game ending 1-0 to Cork. Doyle remained at the club upon its return to the First Division and he also captained the side during this period.
Doyle moved on to Premier Division side Bray Wanderers in January 2009 to link up with Seagulls boss Eddie Gormley.