| Eoin Patrick Wearen|
West Ham United
| (1992-10-02) 2 October 1992 (age 23)|
Bohemian F.C. (#20 / Defender, Midfielder)
Eoin Wearen Wikipedia
Eoin Patrick Wearen (born 2 October 1992) is an Irish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Bohemians in the League of Ireland Premier Division.
Growing-up in Dublin, Wearen played Gaelic football for Scoil Ui Chonnaill and football for St Kevin's Boys, the boys' club in Dublin which gave starts to Liam Brady, Damien Duff and Stephen Carr amongst others. Given the opportunity to join Dublin's Gaelic Football team in 2008 he chose to join the youth team of West Ham United. Having played youth and reserve team football, in January 2012 he moved on loan to League Two side, Dagenham & Redbridge until 31 January 2012. Wearen made his debut for Dagenham on 7 January in the FA Cup third round game against Millwall which finished 0–0. At the end of January 2012 Wearen returned to West Ham having played four games, in all competitions, for Dagenham. In May 2013 Wearen was released by West Ham without having played a first team game for them.
Wearen signed for League of Ireland side Bohemians in May 2014, making his debut as a half-time substitute against Derry City on 2 May at Dalymount Park. In November 2014, Wearan signed for Sligo Rovers. Following on from Owen Heary's departure from Sligo Rovers, Wearen rejoined Bohemians in July 2015.
Making his debut in the qualifying rounds of the 2008 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship Wearen has represented the Ireland under 17 team and the Ireland under 19 team.As of 29 August 2016
Leinster Senior Cup (1): 2015-2016