Stephen Geoghegan (born June 30, 1970 in Dublin) is a former Irish football player and current manager of O'Devaney Dunard FC.His first league club was Drogheda United where he won two League of Ireland First Division titles and 1 League of Ireland First Division Shield. After a spell of non league football Ray Treacy brought him back to the league when in 1992 he signed for Shamrock Rovers. The following season he helped the Hoops win the League of Ireland title in 1993–94 where he was top league goalscorer with 23 league goals. These goals earned him both PFAI Player of the Year and the FAI National League Player of the Year

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  • Stephen Geoghegan, né le à Dublin en Irlande, est un joueur de football. Il joue et entraine actuellement les Whitehall Rangers, un club amateur. Son tout premier club professionnel est Drogheda United où il gagne deux titres de champions de deuxième division. Après un prêt dans un club régional, Ray Treacy le récupère en 1992 en le faisant signer aux Shamrock Rovers. Lors de la saison 1993-1994 il aide le club à obtenir le titre de champion d’Irlande et termine la saison avec le trophée du meilleur buteur en ayant marqué 23 buts. Ce résultat personnel lui permet d’être élu meilleur joueur du championnat tant pour l’association des journalistes sportifs irlandais que par ses pairs, les joueurs professionnels. En 64 matchs sous les couleurs vert et blanc des Rovers, il marque 34 buts. Il signe en 1994 dans un autre club dublinois, le Shelbourne FC. Il y reste jusqu’en 2003. Il termine alors meilleur buteur du championnat trois saisons consécutives, 1995-1996, 1996-1997 et 1997-1998. Il est, avec 158 buts, le cinquième meilleur buteur de tous les temps dans le Championnat d'Irlande de football. (fr)
  • Riscosse successo in Irlanda negli anni novanta, decade in cui risultò quattro volte capocannoniere della massima divisione irlandese. In carriera ha siglato 141 reti nella massima lega irlandese; oggi è quinto nella classifica marcatori di tutti i tempi. (it)
  • Stephen Geoghegan (born June 30, 1970 in Dublin) is a former Irish football player and current manager of O'Devaney Dunard FC. His first league club was Drogheda United where he won two League of Ireland First Division titles and 1 League of Ireland First Division Shield. After a spell of non league football Ray Treacy brought him back to the league when in 1992 he signed for Shamrock Rovers. The following season he helped the Hoops win the League of Ireland title in 1993–94 where he was top league goalscorer with 23 league goals. These goals earned him both PFAI Player of the Year and the FAI National League Player of the Year He scored a total of 34 goals in 64 appearances for Rovers before signing for Shelbourne just after the 1994 League success. He stayed with Shels until the end of the 2003 season. During Geoghegan's time with Shels, he finished top scorer in the League in the 1995–96, 1996–97 and 1997–98 seasons. He scored the winning goal in the 1996 FAI Cup Final replay at Dalymount Park against St Patrick's Athletic to deny them the league and cup 'double' and scored the second goal in the following year's final as Shels beat Derry City 2–0 to deny them the 'double'. Geoghegan scored against SK Brann in a 1996-97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup tie. In 1999–2000, Geoghegan's goals helped Shels win the League and FAI Cup double for the first time in the club's history. Further league titles would be won in the 2001–02 and 2003 season with Shels. He also had a spell at Dundalk late in his career. Geoghegan was also twice called up for the Republic of Ireland senior national team squad, but was never capped. He is the brother of fellow footballer Declan Geoghegan. At the end of the 2012 League of Ireland season Geoghegan is seventh in the all-time League of Ireland goalscoring list with 158 league goals (en)
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  • Stephen Geoghegan (born June 30, 1970 in Dublin) is a former Irish football player and current manager of O'Devaney Dunard FC.His first league club was Drogheda United where he won two League of Ireland First Division titles and 1 League of Ireland First Division Shield. After a spell of non league football Ray Treacy brought him back to the league when in 1992 he signed for Shamrock Rovers. The following season he helped the Hoops win the League of Ireland title in 1993–94 where he was top league goalscorer with 23 league goals. These goals earned him both PFAI Player of the Year and the FAI National League Player of the Year (en)
  • Riscosse successo in Irlanda negli anni novanta, decade in cui risultò quattro volte capocannoniere della massima divisione irlandese.In carriera ha siglato 141 reti nella massima lega irlandese; oggi è quinto nella classifica marcatori di tutti i tempi. (it)
  • Stephen Geoghegan, né le à Dublin en Irlande, est un joueur de football. Il joue et entraine actuellement les Whitehall Rangers, un club amateur.Son tout premier club professionnel est Drogheda United où il gagne deux titres de champions de deuxième division. Après un prêt dans un club régional, Ray Treacy le récupère en 1992 en le faisant signer aux Shamrock Rovers. Lors de la saison 1993-1994 il aide le club à obtenir le titre de champion d’Irlande et termine la saison avec le trophée du meilleur buteur en ayant marqué 23 buts. Ce résultat personnel lui permet d’être élu meilleur joueur du championnat tant pour l’association des journalistes sportifs irlandais que par ses pairs, les joueurs professionnels. (fr)
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