Michael O'Brien (Irish sportsman)

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Michael O'Brien was an Irish sportsman who played in the League of Ireland during the 1920s and also played Gaelic football and cricket. He was known by the nickname Ginger.[1]

O'Brien had a short spell at centre forward for Bohemians, making his debut for the club on December 26, 1925 against Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park. Bohs won 2-0, a result which denied Rovers the league title. He also represented Shelbourne amongst others.

He played Gaelic football for O'Tooles GAA and played for Dublin at right-half-forward.

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