Derek McGrath (born January 21, 1972, Dublin) is a retired Irish footballer.Derek was a midfielder who played for Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians, Waterford United, Kilkenny City and Monaghan United during his career in the League of Ireland.He signed for Rovers in January 1992 from Brighton & Hove Albion where he had made 6 appearances and made his debut at Bray Wanderers on the 19th of January.McGrath had made one appearance for Brighton in the 1990-91 FA Cup at Anfield.He moved to Bohemians in July 1996 and made his debut in a 1996-97 UEFA Cup tie against FC Dinamo Minsk.

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  • Derek McGrath (born January 21, 1972, Dublin) is a retired Irish footballer. Derek was a midfielder who played for Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians, Waterford United, Kilkenny City and Monaghan United during his career in the League of Ireland. He signed for Rovers in January 1992 from Brighton & Hove Albion where he had made 6 appearances and made his debut at Bray Wanderers on the 19th of January. McGrath had made one appearance for Brighton in the 1990-91 FA Cup at Anfield. He scored 7 goals in 27 league appearances as Rovers won the League in 1994. He also made 2 appearances in the 1994-95 UEFA Cup for the Hoops. He moved to Bohemians in July 1996 and made his debut in a 1996-97 UEFA Cup tie against FC Dinamo Minsk. He made 4 appearances for Bohs in Europe all in the UEFA Cup. His father Joe played and managed in the League of Ireland. Derek was managed by his father briefly in 1998 while at Bohs and again at Kilkenny City. (en)
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