Kevin Delaney (footballer)

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Kevin Delaney was an Irish soccer player during the 1940s.

Delaney joined Bohemians in late 1940 from CYMS and made his first team debut during the 1942/43 season, appearing in the Dublin and Belfast Intercity Cup final at the end of that season. He was right half on the Bohemian team of 1946/47 which defeated Grangegorman F.C. 11-0 in the Leinster Senior Cup final. He made a total of 29 appearances for Bohemian FC, scoring 2 goals.

Kevin Delaney died in 2003.