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Mick O'Brien (footballer born 1893)

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Full nameMichael Terence O'Brien
Place of birthKilcock, County Kildare, Ireland
Place of deathUxbridge, Middlesex, England
Playing positionCentre Half / Midfielder / Forward

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Michael Terence O'Brien (born August 10, 1893 - died September 21, 1940), commonly referred to as Mick O'Brien, was an Irish footballer and coach whose career took him to at least seventeen different clubs. A well built six footer, O'Brien was highly regarded as a centre-half. O'Brien was a dual international and played for both Ireland teams - the IFA XI and the FAI XI. In April 1927 O'Brien made his debut for the FAI XI, four days after he made his last appearance for the IFA XI. During the 1930s O'Brien managed both Queens Park Rangers and Ipswich Town.

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