Liam Kearney - Career - Derry City

Derry City

Derry City signed Kearney on the first day of the 2009 January transfer window. He started off well to his career at the Brandywell, however he sustained a broken leg during a match in May against Galway United and was out for three months. By the end of July it was still unclear as to when he would return. He also missed Derry's UEFA Europa League adventure, which saw them knock out Skonto Riga and run CSKA Sofia close. He expressed his disappointment at not being able to participate in Europe however he said once he regained fitness he was looking forward to helping the Candystripes challenge for the League of Ireland title.

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Derry City

Derry City can refer to:

  • Derry, Northern Ireland
  • Derry City Council, local authority
  • Derry City F.C., a football (soccer) club from Northern Ireland
  • Derry City (townland), a townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
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