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Dave Warren (footballer)

Full name  David Warren
Years  Team
Position  Forward
-1999  Mayfield United F.C.
Height  1.87 m
Playing position  Striker
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Cork, Ireland
Name  Dave Warren

Dave Warren (footballer) WN dave warren footballer
Date of birth  (1981-02-28) 28 February 1981 (age 34)

Dave Warren (born February 28, 1981 in Cork) is a striker who played for League of Ireland side Cork City.


Warren's previous clubs include Wrexham FC and Cobh Ramblers. Warren also once scored a double hat trick in a league match for Cobh Ramblers.

Club career

Warren took his first football steps with local club Mayfield United as a stylish central midfielder. He was quickly groomed and was part of the Republic of Ireland Under 16 squad that won the UEFA Under-16 Championships in 1998.

In 2000, he moved to Welsh side Wrexham but after two frustrating seasons during which he made just six League appearances for The Robins. The financial troubles that beset the Football League meant that Warren was released by Wrexham in 2002 and he returned to his hometown club Cork City along with the likes of George O'Callaghan and John O'Flynn.

At Turner's Cross, Warren struggled for form and moved on loan to Cobh . There he impressed under then-manager Dave Hill who made the move to St Colman's Park permanent. After a successful spell at Cobh, Warren moved to League of Ireland Premier Division side Waterford United in 2007.

First Division Record

Warren scored nine goals in four matches during October 2004, including six goals in an 8-1 victory over Monaghan United. A new First Division record, Warren is only the third player to score six goals in one League match in the last 50 years. Jonathan Speak (Derry City) and Brendan Bradley (Finn Harps) are the other two to have managed such an achievement. He won the Player of the Month on the back of this record breaking achievement.

In March 2010, Warren signed for Cork City, but he was released in July after just 7 league appearances.


  • UEFA U-16 Championship: 1998
  • References

    Dave Warren (footballer) Wikipedia

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