Seamus Donnelly (born 25 May 1971) is an Irish retired professional footballer who played professionally in the United States. An aspiring Irish footballer, Donnelly broke his leg playing for Home Farm F.C. when he was eighteen years old. The injury put him out of playing for nearly a year and a half after which he played at the amateur level. While visiting family in Ireland, Sean Kenny, an assistant college coach in the United States, saw Donnelly playing in an amateur match. Kenny suggested Donnelly attend Franklin Pierce College on a soccer scholorship. He did so and was a 1995 First Team and 1996 Second Team Division II NCAA All American soccer player. In his three seasons at Franklin Pierce, Donnelly scored fifty-three goals and added seventeen assists. He graduated in 1996 with a de

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  • Seamus Donnelly (born 25 May 1971) is an Irish retired professional footballer who played professionally in the United States. An aspiring Irish footballer, Donnelly broke his leg playing for Home Farm F.C. when he was eighteen years old. The injury put him out of playing for nearly a year and a half after which he played at the amateur level. While visiting family in Ireland, Sean Kenny, an assistant college coach in the United States, saw Donnelly playing in an amateur match. Kenny suggested Donnelly attend Franklin Pierce College on a soccer scholorship. He did so and was a 1995 First Team and 1996 Second Team Division II NCAA All American soccer player. In his three seasons at Franklin Pierce, Donnelly scored fifty-three goals and added seventeen assists. He graduated in 1996 with a degree in international business. In 1997, he played for the New Hampshire Phantoms of the USISL D-3 Pro League. In 1998, he moved up to the Hampton Roads Mariners of the USISL A-League where he was named team captain his first season. In 2001, he moved to the Charleston Battery. However, he injured his knee in his third game with the club. The knee continued to trouble him and limited him to forty-three games over three years. On April 15, 2004, he joined the Harrisburg City Islanders where he finished his career. (en)
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  • Seamus Donnelly (born 25 May 1971) is an Irish retired professional footballer who played professionally in the United States. An aspiring Irish footballer, Donnelly broke his leg playing for Home Farm F.C. when he was eighteen years old. The injury put him out of playing for nearly a year and a half after which he played at the amateur level. While visiting family in Ireland, Sean Kenny, an assistant college coach in the United States, saw Donnelly playing in an amateur match. Kenny suggested Donnelly attend Franklin Pierce College on a soccer scholorship. He did so and was a 1995 First Team and 1996 Second Team Division II NCAA All American soccer player. In his three seasons at Franklin Pierce, Donnelly scored fifty-three goals and added seventeen assists. He graduated in 1996 with a de (en)
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