Keith Dunne

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Irish footballer

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According to Wikipedia, Keith Dunne is an Irish footballer. Dunne is a versatile right sided winger who can play on either wing and he also has experience playing as a striker. Career Keith was born in Dublin and played with junior side, Verona, before moving to the United States to take up a place on a soccer scholarship in 1999. There, he played college football in Atlanta, before returning home to Dublin where he played with another junior club, Ashtown Villa. Keith was quickly snapped up by then St. Patrick's Athletic manager, Eamon Collins in March 2003, and made a number of appearances for the Saints over three seasons in the Premier Division. During his time with Pats, he played in the 2003 FAI Cup Final against Longford Town at Lansdowne Road, a game they lost 2–0. Earlier that season Dunne played a part in beating the same opposition helping Pats to victory in the 2003 League of Ireland Cup Final.

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