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Re: Pat Hoban

Postby Sneachta » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:08 am

A brilliant achievement

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Re: Pat Hoban

Postby seand » Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:50 am

Updating Hoban's record.

1. 37 Jimmy Turnbull (1935-36, Cork)
2. 30 Jimmy Gauld (1954-55, Waterford)
3. 29 Brendan Bradley (1975-76, Finn Harps)
Dan McCaffrey (1960-61, Drumcondra)
Paddy Bradshaw (1939-40, St James Gate)
Alec Hair (1930-31, Shelbourne)
7. 27 Austin Noonan (1959-60, Cork Celtic)
Bob Fullam (1922-23, Shamrock Rovers)
Patrick Hoban (2018, Dundalk*) - Premier Division record. Two games to play.

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Re: Pat Hoban

Postby Ezeikial » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:16 pm

Pat Hoban just needs to stop this sort of talk and focus on scoring another 30 or 40 goals for Dundalk next season

Hoban keen to return to England to prove doubters wrong ... ers-wrong/
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Re: Pat Hoban

Postby mike » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:33 pm

As much as it’s rare to go over to England twice like he did, I would say the chance of going three times are almost unheard of.

Would agree fully he needs to completely focus on career at home, and maybe a call up for Ireland. He wouldn’t do any worse than the current lot, that’s for sure.

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