Conor Flynn

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Football biography

Conor Flynn (born 1966 in Dublin)) was an Irish soccer player during the 1980s and 1990s and is currently manager of Glenmore Dundrum in the Leinster Senior League.

He won the 1983 Leinster Schools Senior Cup with Drimnagh Castle Secondary School alongside Niall Quinn with both players getting on the scoresheet [1]

He represented Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers (4 appearances) amongst others during his career. He made 1 appearance for Bohs in European competition.

Flynn signed for Rovers in July 1986 making his debut in a Leinster Senior Cup (association football) tie and stayed until February 1988 when a swap deal with Eamonn Gregg took him back to Dalymount Park.[2]