|Full name||Michael Moody|
|Date of birth||24 February 1960 )|
|Place of birth||Wicklow, Ireland|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|1987–1991||St Patrick's Athletic F.C.||?||(?)|
|1996–1999||St Patrick's Athletic F.C.||31||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
In 1984, he returned to the League of Ireland and joined Home Farm where he spent 2 seasons, alongside future team mates Dave Henderson and Pat Kelch. After a year in the First Division with Drogheda United, he moved to St Patricks Athletic and would have the most successful spell of his career.
Pat's finished as runners up in 1987/88, came in third spot the following season (Mick was voted the club's Player of the Year in both seasons) before clinching the Premier Division league title in 1989/90. Due to financial problems in Inchicore, that Pat's team would soon break up and in 1992, Moody signed for Shamrock Rovers. Despite Noel King being sacked in Mick's first season at Rovers, he would make 52 league appearances (2 goals) in his 2 years at the "Hoops".
Eamonn Gregg took him to Dalymount Park in the summer of 1993 and he would go on to make 68 league appearances, scoring 2 goals at Bohemians during his 3 years at the club. He returned to St Patrick's Athletic following his time at Bohs.
Off the field
- League of Ireland: 1
- St Patricks Athletic - 1989/90