John Feenan - Shelbourne


After leaving Sunderland, Feenan returned to Ireland and played for Shelbourne. On April 28, 1940, while at Shelbourne he played for a League of Ireland XI, that also included Paddy Bradshaw, Jimmy Dunne and Johnny Carey, which lost 3-2 to a Scottish League XI at Dalymount Park . Between 1942 and 1946 Feenan also served as Shels manager.

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