Tommy Murphy (footballer)

Tommy Murphy was an Irish soccer player during the 1960s and 1970s.

Murphy began his career at Limerick and spent five seasons there and was included in their squad for the 1966 FAI Cup Final against Shamrock Rovers. He moved on to Bohemians and was part of the very first Bohemian side to include professional players against Dundalk on March 16 1969. He appeared in 18 league games for Bohs [Bohemian FC match programme, Vol. 42, No. 3] (mainly at right half), before having a short spell with Athlone. He later returned to Limerick.

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