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Full name  Larry Wyse
Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
Role  Soccer player
Place of birth  Dublin, Ireland
Name  Larry Wyse
Date of birth  13 November 1956
1976–1977  Shamrock Rovers

Playing position  Midfielder (retired)

Larry Wyse (born 13 November 1956 in Dublin) was an Irish soccer player during the 1980s and 1990s.

He represented Shamrock Rovers, Bohemians, Athlone Town and Dundalk amongst others during his career. He made 4 appearances for Bohemians in European competition.

In Rovers' opening game of the 1976-77 League of Ireland Mick Leech and Wyse scored in a 2-1 win over Albert Rovers F.C..

However, when John Giles took over Wyse signed for Athlone Town in October 1977. Wyse had seven successful seasons at the midlands club where he was Player of the Month in September 1983.

He returned home to sign for Bohemians in July 1984

After two seasons at Dalymount Park he signed for Dundalk F.C. in July 1986 He again won the Player of the Month in January 1989.


  • League of Ireland: 3
  • Athlone Town 1980-81, 1982–83
  • Dundalk - 1987–88
  • FAI Cup: 2
  • Dundalk - 1988
  • Galway United - 1991
  • League of Ireland Cup: 5
  • Shamrock Rovers - 1976/77
  • Dundalk - 1989/90
  • Athlone Town 1979-80, 1981–82, 1982–83
  • Leinster Senior Cup (football)
  • Bohemian F.C. - 1985
  • References

    Larry Wyse Wikipedia