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Jimmy Hartnett

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Name  Jimmy Hartnett
Role  Footballer
Died  December 1988

James Benedict "Jimmy" Hartnett (21 March 1927 in Dublin, - December 1988) was an Irish former professional footballer who played as a left winger. Club career


07/1958 - 06/1959 York City Forward 07/1957 - 06/1958 Hartlepool United Forward 07/1956 - 06/1957 Barry Town FC Forward 07/1948 - 06/1955 Middlesbrough FC Forward 07/1947 - 06/1948 Dundalk FC Forward


He won two caps for the Republic of Ireland national football team, making his debut on 12 June 1949 in a 4-1 friendly defeat to Spain in Dalymount Park [1]. His only other appearance did not come until five years later when he appeared in a 1-0 win over Luxembourg in a World Cup qualifying game on 7 March 1954 at the Municipal Stadium, Luxembourg [2].

During his club career he played for Dundalk, Middlesbrough, Barry Town, Hartlepool United and York City. He has 5 children: Patrick, Christina, James, Nicholas and Sharon. He has 8 grandchildren: Sarah, Laura, Michael, Heather, Megan, Rebecca, Adam and Luke.

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Jimmy Hartnett Wikipedia


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