Ian Hennessy (born 10 January 1967 in Cork) is a retired Irish soccer player who is currently head coach of the University of Delaware. He came to the United States after being rejected by Arsenal, then returned to Ireland, playing for Cork City in their inaugural season in the League of Ireland during 1984. He also played for the Republic of Ireland youth team.Hennessy holds a PhD in Molecular Biology from Columbia University Medical Center in New York.

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  • Ian Hennessy (born 10 January 1967 in Cork) is a retired Irish soccer player who is currently head coach of the University of Delaware. He came to the United States after being rejected by Arsenal, then returned to Ireland, playing for Cork City in their inaugural season in the League of Ireland during 1984. He also played for the Republic of Ireland youth team. He was an All-American and twice named Big East Most Outstanding Player whilst with Seton Hall, winning three Big East titles. He then went on to play professional soccer with the Boston Bolts, the New York Fever, the New Jersey Stallions, the Connecticut Wolves, the Reading Rage, and as part of the Metrostars squad under manager Carlos Queiroz in Major League Soccer (MLS) first season in 1996. Hennessy holds a PhD in Molecular Biology from Columbia University Medical Center in New York. He has worked as a State and Regional coach for the Olympic Development Program (ODP) and served as an assistant to Bob Reasso at Rutgers University in the Big East and Ed Kelly of Boston College in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). As well as coaching at the University of Delaware, he currently works as a scout for the United States Soccer Federation(USSF). (en)
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