Dan Lucey

Interviewer


Dan Lucey Info

Role: Interviewer

Start Date: March 19, 2015, 3:07 p.m.

Email: danny.lucey51@gmail.com

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Dan Lucey is an interviewer for ExtraTime.ie. He has penned articles for both Cork City and Luton Town’s official programmes.

Dan has written numerous interviews and was a regular attendee at League of Ireland fixtures for many a year. He was previously PRO for The Sextant FC (now East Village FC), for who he produced online match reports, previews, team news and photos.

Despite currently living in Australia and the wrong side of 40, Dan plays competitive football twice a week, while still finding time to pursue potential interviewees.


Dan Lucey's Articles

All the author's work on Extratime.ie

Alan Carey: UCD were very strong that time and playing attractive football under Martin Russell

Serving Cork City, Waterford United and Cobh Ramblers with distinction during the noughties and beyond, Alan Carey’s League of Ireland career was based firmly within Munster’s boundaries. In a recent chat with ExtraTime.ie, Alan recalls his playing days.

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Gary Rogers: Cork and Dundalk have dragged each other along and it's up to the others to catch up

One of the League of Ireland’s most experienced goalkeepers, Gary Rogers, has won every domestic honour and even earned a call-up to Martin O’Neill’s Irish squad. However, as he tells ExtraTime.ie, Gary could easily have stayed playing Gaelic football, until ...

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Neal Horgan: From Professional Football to a Career in Law

Fourteen years at the one League of Ireland club, two published books and a career in law, makes Neal Horgan stand out from your average domestic footballer. Neal looks back over his Cork City days and more with ExtraTime.ie.

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Everything starts with the manager - Fahrudin Kudozovic

Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Fahrudin Kuduzovic emigrated to England with his family in 1994 and has since forged a footballing career in his adopted homelands of Ireland, Germany and Luxembourg. ‘Faz’ as he’s known to League of Ireland fans, ...

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Barry Molloy: 'I don't have any regrets over not going to Scotland'

The midfielder turned down an offer to follow Stephen Kenny to Dunfermline in 2006 to chase league glory with Derry.

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Michael O'Neill: 'It was an enormous turnaround in three years at Rovers - maybe it wasn't fully appreciated'

The Northern Ireland manager reflects on a career that's taken him around the world.

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Ryan Guy: 'I learned my trade at St Pats and am forever grateful - it was where I was meant to play'

Speaking exclusively to extratime.ie, Ryan reminisces about his time at Inchicore and subsequent appearances for the New England Revolution and Guam.

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Gavin Peers: 'To lose in the last few minutes was devastating'

It’s rare for any footballer to win every available domestic honour. It’s even more uncommon for a League of Ireland player to achieve this feat with the same club and even scarcer for one in the modern era to stay ...

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Regardless of what you think of the First Division, it's difficult to win - Stephen Rice

In addition to once gracing the League of Ireland as a player and being a former PFAI Chairman, nowadays, Stephen Rice occupies himself as an underage coach for the FAI and Shamrock Rovers. Stephen recently took time out of his ...

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Brian Shelley on becoming disillusioned with financial mismanagement in the League of Ireland

Having won every domestic honour, sampled life cross channel and becoming disheartened with League of Ireland clubs’ financial mismanagement, Brian Shelley turned to the southern hemisphere for coaching positions, whilst still continuing as a player. ExtraTime.ie caught up with Brian, ...

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Dessie Baker: 'I couldn't get any higher than winning the league with my hometown club'

It’s highly unusual for a footballer to win silverware with every club they’ve represented but, from youth level at Manchester United to hometown side Shamrock Rovers, Dessie Baker has achieved this feat.

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Clive Delaney on Derry delight and moving Down Under

Currently residing in Sydney, Clive Delaney recently chatted to extratime.ie about his former clubs and what he’s doing now in Australia.

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Danny O'Connor: 'Going back to the second tier and joining Drogheda - it was the best decision I ever made'

One of three brothers to have graced the League of Ireland, Dubliner Danny O’Connor has played the vast majority of his career outside the nation’s capital. Danny was kind enough to recap on his footballing days in a recent chat ...

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When you come back, you get a rude awakening - Stephen Paisley

Three-time FAI Cup winner and current PFAI Treasurer Stephen Paisley has sampled his fair share of League of Ireland clubs’ precarious monetary positions. With a career now based in the financial sector, Stephen recently spoke to ExtraTime.ie about his playing ...

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Shane Tracy: 'After a few years in the First Division you realise how good a league it is'

After eight seasons with his hometown club Limerick, Shane Tracy can once again look forward to Premier Division football, following the Super Blues' impressive domination of the League of Ireland’s second tier.

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From 5-a-sides to St Colman's Park, Markus Gustavsson speaks to extratime.ie

Swedish striker Markus Gustavsson went from five-a-side kickabout to signing for Cobh Ramblers in only two years after first moving to Cork. Markus’ five goals in 15 league appearances augured well for the Rams’ 2016 First Division promotion push, but ...

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Injuries, Unwanted Records and The Future: Graham Gartland speaks to Extratime

In addition to capturing the Scottish First Division, Graham Gartland also won every Irish domestic trophy as a player, despite only having a little over 200 senior appearances to his name. Imagine what he could have achieved if injuries and ...

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Vinny Perth: It was a risky move in one sense, but it's easy to say now that it was the right one

As Stephen Kenny’s number two, Vinny Perth’s input to Dundalk’s success these last few years cannot be underestimated. However, Vinny has also held managerial positions and sampled domestic cup triumphs as a player and recently discussed his career in football ...

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An Interview - Alan Kirby

Winning five domestic cup finals, a bronze medallist with the Irish U-20s and League of Ireland representation – Alan Kirby achieved this and more throughout his playing career and recently shared some footballing memories with ExtraTime.ie.

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An Interview - Colin Hawkins

Winning four League of Ireland Premier Division titles with a trio of different clubs, Colin Hawkins also had three stints in England, as well as earning a FIFA World Youth Championship bronze medal. The Galwegian recently spoke to Extraime.ie about ...

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An Interview - Owen Heary

As a footballer, Owen Heary collected league and cup winners medals, predominately at Shelbourne, on a frequent basis. Back at Tolka Park as manager, Owen chats with ExtraTime.ie about his playing accomplishments and desire to emulate that success from the ...

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An Interview - Andy Myler

Despite connections to UCD and Shamrock Rovers, Andy Myler also ventured outside the capital to numerous other clubs during a career littered with goals. In a recent interview with ExtraTime.ie, Andy discusses his playing days and more.

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