Gary Rogers - Sligo Rovers
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About Gary Rogers
Gary started his League of Ireland career in Shelbourne's youth team but, without making a first team appearance, he left to join Drogheda United in 2002. He picked up his first medal in Senior football when he was part of the Drogs FAI Cup winning squad in 2005, albeit as reserve keeper after Dan Connor replaced him as the clubs first choice keeper that year.
Rogers departed Drogheda United for the ill fated Dublin City in January of 2006 and established himself as the Vikings number 1 before the club crashed out of the League midway through that 2006 season.
After the demise of the Vikings, Rogers stayed in Dublin and finished the season with Bray Wanderers before signing with Galway United on the 16th of February 2007. Aftrer spending both 2007 and 2008 west of the Shannon with Galway United, Rogers moved back to Dublin to mind the nets for St. Patricks' Athletic in 2009.
Rogers was part of St. Patrick's amazing European adventure in 2010, which saw the club reach the Europa League play-off round. After becoming one of the most respected 'keepers in the country during his spell at Richmond Park, Rogers' services were sought out by Paul Cook in January 2012, who wanted Rogers to replace Brendan Clarke at the Showgrounds.
Keeping goal in 29 of Sligo's 30 2012 league games, Gary won his first league title medal in his first year at the Showgrounds.
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