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Paul Marney

Personal information
Full namePaul Marney
Height1.80 m
Playing positionCentre Midfield
Club information
Current clubUnattached

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Paul Marney (born 28 April 1982) is an English footballer currently unattached.

Marney first came to prominence for all the wrong reasons during the 2001/02 season when his "improper" registration for St. Patrick's Athletic ended in a court case which the Inchicore club eventually won after nine points had been initially deducted by the league .

They were later docked 15 points for further irregularities. Marney made 29 appearances and scored one goal during that league campaign for the Saints, and while Shels eventually took the title due to the aforementioned points deduction, the versatile player admitted that the players still treated the season as a league winning one. He made 16 appearances the following season but after falling out of favour at Richmond Park, Marney was plucked from there before the closure of the final 2003 season transfer window when Trevor Anderson signed him for Dundalk.

Paul scored his first goal for Dundalk against Galway United F.C. in 2004. Marney also had previous spells with West Ham United F.C. and Sutton United F.C..

Marney won a FAI First Division winners medal after the 2008 season with Dundalk but he departed the Lilywhites after that season and has since has moved back to England.

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