Patrick "Paddy" Ambrose (17 October 1928 – 22 February 2002) was a professional football player and coach from Dublin, Ireland. Signed by Jimmy Dunne from junior side Clontarf, he was associated with Shamrock Rovers from 1948 to 1973, firstly as a player and then as a coach. He made his debut against Transport in Bray on 28 August 1949 in a Dublin City Cup game. He was one of the club's best ever strikers. During his career at Rovers he scored 109 League goals which is a club record . He was the leading scorer at the club in 1953–54, 1954–55, 1955–56 (20 goals) and 1960–61.

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  • Patrick (dit Paddy) Ambrose, né le 17 octobre 1928 à Clontarf un quartier de Dublin en Irlande et mort le 22 février 2002 dans la même ville, est un ancien joueur et entraîneur de football. Repéré par Jimmy Dunne alors qu’il joue en juniors dans le petit club de Clontarf, Ambrose a fait toute sa carrière dans le club des Shamrock Rovers. Il y est entré en 1948 comme joueur pour n’en partir qu’en 1973 après en avoir été l’entraîneur. Il fait ses débuts en équipe première le 28 août 1949 lors d’un match de Dublin City Cup contre le Transport FC, un club de Bray. Au fil des années Paddy Ambrose est devenu le plus prolifique buteur du club. Au total, Ambrose marque 109 buts en championnat pour son club. Il a été le meilleur buteur du club à quatre reprises (1953/54, 1954/55, 1955/56 et 1960/61). Lors de la saison 1954-1955, il marque 20 buts. C’est son record sur une année de championnat. Ambrose a remporté quatre fois le championnat d’Irlande avec les Shamrock Rovers, il a disputé six finales de Coupe d'Irlande et en a remporté 4. Il a participé à six matchs de Coupe d’Europe avec son club. Paddy Ambrose a été sélectionné à cinq reprises en équipe de la République d'Irlande de football et y a marqué un but. (fr)
  • Debutta il 7 novembre 1954 contro la Norvegia (2-1). (it)
  • Patrick "Paddy" Ambrose (17 October 1928 – 22 February 2002) was a professional football player and coach from Dublin, Ireland. Signed by Jimmy Dunne from junior side Clontarf, he was associated with Shamrock Rovers from 1948 to 1973, firstly as a player and then as a coach. He made his debut against Transport in Bray on 28 August 1949 in a Dublin City Cup game. He was one of the club's best ever strikers. During his career at Rovers he scored 109 League goals which is a club record . He was the leading scorer at the club in 1953–54, 1954–55, 1955–56 (20 goals) and 1960–61. When Rovers won the title in 1953–54, their first title for fifteen years, Paddy scored 13 goals. Paddy won a League medal with Shamrock Rovers four times, in 1953–54, 1956–57, 1958–59 and 1963–64. He played in six FAI Cup finals plus one replay and won four winner's medals in the following years, 1955, 1956, 1962 and 1964. Paddy made 6 appearances in European competition for Rovers. The man who became famous for wearing the green and white hooped number nine shirt was capped by Ireland five times, scoring once, also earning two B caps and one amateur international cap for the Republic of Ireland national football team. Paddy shared a testimonial with Gerry Mackey in May 1959. The great service of Paddy Ambrose to Rovers was marked by the presentation of a gold medal by the directors. This was a medal which was presented to any Rovers player who had 15 consecutive years service to the club. At the end of the 2012 League of Ireland season Ambrose is joint thirty third in the all-time League of Ireland goalscoring list with 109 league goals (en)
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  • Debutta il 7 novembre 1954 contro la Norvegia (2-1). (it)
  • Patrick "Paddy" Ambrose (17 October 1928 – 22 February 2002) was a professional football player and coach from Dublin, Ireland. Signed by Jimmy Dunne from junior side Clontarf, he was associated with Shamrock Rovers from 1948 to 1973, firstly as a player and then as a coach. He made his debut against Transport in Bray on 28 August 1949 in a Dublin City Cup game. He was one of the club's best ever strikers. During his career at Rovers he scored 109 League goals which is a club record . He was the leading scorer at the club in 1953–54, 1954–55, 1955–56 (20 goals) and 1960–61. (en)
  • Patrick (dit Paddy) Ambrose, né le 17 octobre 1928 à Clontarf un quartier de Dublin en Irlande et mort le 22 février 2002 dans la même ville, est un ancien joueur et entraîneur de football. Repéré par Jimmy Dunne alors qu’il joue en juniors dans le petit club de Clontarf, Ambrose a fait toute sa carrière dans le club des Shamrock Rovers. Il y est entré en 1948 comme joueur pour n’en partir qu’en 1973 après en avoir été l’entraîneur. Il fait ses débuts en équipe première le 28 août 1949 lors d’un match de Dublin City Cup contre le Transport FC, un club de Bray. (fr)
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