William McDonagh - Longford Town
||14 Mar 1983|
|Place of Birth:||Dublin|
About William McDonagh
William, known to all as 'Willo', started his career at Bohemians in the 2000/01 season but in October 2001, aged just 17, he followed ex-Bohs boss Roddy Collins to Carlisle United. Willo played 78 games for the Cumbrian side before returning to Ireland in February 2005 to sign for Collins once again, this time at Shamrock Rovers.
He made his league debut for the Hoops on 18 March 2005 and appeared 31 times over the season, scoring six times. In January of 2006 Willo moved north to sign for Irish League side Glentoran where he spent the next two and a half seasons.
Willo went out on loan at Armagh City in February 2008, where he made 5 appearances, and was released by Glentoran in the summer of that year. He joined Glenavon in August 2008 where he remained until the end of the 2010/11 season. After three seasons with the Glens Willo returned to the League of Ireland, signing for a fourth time for Roddy Collins.
In August 2011 Willo signed for Roddy Collins at Monaghan United and made his debut for the Mons on 18 August in a 3-1 home win over Waterford United. He made 10 league appearances that year and scored once, in a 3-1 defeat away to Cork City, as the Mons won promotion to the Premier Division.
In June 2012 Willo signed for Tony Cousins at Longford Town.
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