Trevor Molloy


Player Profile

Place of Birth: Dublin

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Forward

Height: Unknown

Club History


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Monaghan United


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Trevor started his career with Shamrock Rovers in 1996. He moved to Athlone Town shortly afterwards and finished the 1996/97 season as the First Division's top scorer with 18 goals.

The following season he moved to St Patrick's Athletic where he made 93 league appearances and scored 32 league goals over three seasons.

In the summer of 2000 he transferred to Bohemians where he scored 17 league goals in 58 appearances. While at Dalymount Park he won a League and Cup double and in July 2002 he followed manager Roddy Collins to Carlisle United.

His stay at Carlisle was short and he quickly returned, signing for Shelbourne in 2002. His stay at Tolka Park was not a success and in 2003 he signed for Shamrock Rovers. Three years followed in which he scored 23 goals in 106 appearances for the Hoops.

In January 2006 he signed for St Patrick's Athletic and scored seven league goals before moving to Motherwell in Scotland in December 2006. He made only seven league appearances in Scotland and, in December of 2007, he moved to Glenavon in the Irish League.

In February 2012 Trevor re-joined his former boss Roddy Collins as part of the coaching team at Monaghan United but when the club withdrew from the league in July 2012 Trevor signed for LSL side Bluebell United.


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