Marc Kenny (born 17 September 1973 in Dublin) is a former Irish footballer. Kenny was captain of the Home Farm schoolboys team that got into the Guinness Book of Records for going six seasons without a defeat . A Republic of Ireland national under-17 football team international after three seasons at Liverpool F.C. he came home to play three seasons in the IFA Premiership with Bangor F.C. and Glenavon F.C.. He made his League of Ireland debut for Shamrock Rovers at Finn Harps on the 12th of October 1996. A week later he scored on his full debut against Bohs in a 3-2 victory in Tolka Park.

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  • Marc Kenny (born 17 September 1973 in Dublin) is a former Irish footballer. Kenny was captain of the Home Farm schoolboys team that got into the Guinness Book of Records for going six seasons without a defeat . A Republic of Ireland national under-17 football team international after three seasons at Liverpool F.C. he came home to play three seasons in the IFA Premiership with Bangor F.C. and Glenavon F.C.. He made his League of Ireland debut for Shamrock Rovers at Finn Harps on the 12th of October 1996. A week later he scored on his full debut against Bohs in a 3-2 victory in Tolka Park. He scored a memorable free kick against Glasgow Celtic in July 1998 . Kenny left Rovers before the 2005 League of Ireland season . His last League of Ireland game was at Tolka Park in November 2005 as Rovers were relegated for the first time in their history . A tremendous free kick taker, Marc's connections to Rovers went back much further as older brother Harry Kenny spent 13 seasons at the club. He now works as a Football In Community Development Officer for the Football Association of Ireland and coaches Phoenix F.C. in the Leinster Senior League (soccer). Kenny played in the 1990 UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship qualifiers and the 1992 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship qualifiers. (en)
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  • Marc Kenny (born 17 September 1973 in Dublin) is a former Irish footballer. Kenny was captain of the Home Farm schoolboys team that got into the Guinness Book of Records for going six seasons without a defeat . A Republic of Ireland national under-17 football team international after three seasons at Liverpool F.C. he came home to play three seasons in the IFA Premiership with Bangor F.C. and Glenavon F.C.. He made his League of Ireland debut for Shamrock Rovers at Finn Harps on the 12th of October 1996. A week later he scored on his full debut against Bohs in a 3-2 victory in Tolka Park. (en)
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