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Paddy Bradshaw

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Place of birthDublin, Ireland
Playing positionForward

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Paddy Bradshaw (born 1912) is a former Irish footballer who played for St James's Gate and Shelbourne in the League of Ireland. Bradshaw was something of a late bloomer, making his League of Ireland debut at the age of 26, before then going onto enjoy a brief but meteoric career during the seasons approaching the Second World War. A month after making his senior league debut, he made his international debut for Ireland and went onto to make 5 appearances and score 4 goals during the 1938-39 international season. He was also the top goalscorer in the League of Ireland for two consecutive seasons, helping St James's Gate win the league title in 1940.

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