Aaron Callaghan - Bohemians
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About Aaron Callaghan
Aaron Callaghan had a distinguished career as a defender both in Ireland and in England. Aaron played over 400 senior games in England, playing for Stoke City, Crewe Alexandra, Oldham Athletic, Preston North End. In Ireland he played for Shelbourne, St Patrick's Athletic, Crusaders, Glenavon, and Dundalk. He made his début in League of Ireland for Shelbourne in 1995 & his numerous honours include winning the FAI Cup with Dundalk, two Irish League titles with Crusaders, League of Ireland Cup winner with Shels, a second Division Championship with Oldham Athletic and a promotion with Crewe Alexandra.
He was player-manager of Crusaders for one year and in 2000 the club qualified for Europe. Aaron had a brief spell as Athlone Town manager in 2004. He was a coach at Longford Town from July 2002 until the end of the 2006 season.
Following a year out from the game, Aaron was appointed Longford Town FC manager in December 2007. Due to financial constraints at the club Aaron resigned as manager on 30 August 2008. Aaron was one of the first coaches in Ireland to obtain the UEFA Pro Licence in 2007. He was an education tutor for the Football Association of Ireland. Aaron has played for the Republic of Ireland U21s and was appointed Rep of Ireland U14 International Coach for two years in 1997.
He was the 1st team coach at UCD before taking over as manager of Bohemians in time for the 2012 season.
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