Gerry Mullan

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Gerry Mullan
Personal information
Place of birth Limavady, Northern Ireland
Playing position Striker (Retired)
Youth career
1973-1974 Newtown Youth
1975-1976 Coolagh Celtic
1976-1978 Limavady United
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1981 Ballymena United ? (?)
1981–1982 Everton 0 (0)
1982–1988 Glentoran 237 (107)
1988–1991 Coleraine ? (?)
1991-1992 Roe Valley
National team
1983 Northern Ireland 4 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Gerry Mullan is a former Glentoran, Ballymena United, Everton and Coleraine footballer. He hails from Limavady. When Ronnie McFall signed Mullan for Glentoran in 1981 from Everton, he became the most expensive Irish League player, at £30,000. The striker scored 110 goals for Glentoran, (his season best was 27) and gained 4 caps for Northern Ireland. His brother, Lawrence Mullan also played for Glentoran. His nephews Stephen and Philip Lowry play for Coleraine F.C. and Linfield F.C. respectively.

Gerry was also an accomplished midfielder in Gaelic Football, representing O'Connor's Glack, St. Aidan's Magilligan and his local team Limavady Wolfhounds.

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Ballymena United[edit]

Glentoran[edit]

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