Dominic Foley


Player Profile

Place of Birth: Cork

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Forward

Height: 6' 2"

Club History


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Feb 2012 Oct 2012 Limerick


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Dominic is a Republic of Ireland international who started his career at Dublin club St James' Gate before signing for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1995. He made 21 league appearances during his four years with Wolves and also had loan spells at Watford, Notts County and Greek side Ethnikos Piraeus. In 1999 Dominic signed for Watford where he made 33 league appearances and again spent time away from the club on loan, having short stints at QPR, Swindon, Southend and Oxford United.

In the summer of 2003 Dominic went to Portugal where he signed for FC Braga and he made 12 appearances in his only season there, returning to Ireland in July of 2004 to play for Bohemians. He made 30 appearances for the Gypsies before moving to Belgium in August 2005 to sign for KAA Gent who had played against for Bohs in the Intertoto Cup. He signed a two year deal at Gent but stayed for four, scoring 29 goals in 103 league appearances.

In 2009 Dominic moved to another Belgian club, Cercle Brugge where he scored nineteen goals in 70 league appearances during a three year stint. In February 2012 Dominic came back home to sign for Pat Scully at Limerick FC. He made his debut for the Blues against Finn Harps on 2 March 2012 and made 14 First Division appearances, scoring twice, against SD Galway and Wexford Youths.


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