Shels

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Shelbourne F.C. - History - Fifties: 1950–1959
... In 1951, Shels made it to the FAI Cup final where they met Cork Athletic who had already wrapped up the league ... A sixth league title was won in 1953, and then in 1955–56 Shels played their only season in Ringsend Stadium ... Shels were tenants at Tolka Park the following season ...
Shelbourne F.C. - History - Decline in The Seventies and Eighties: 1970–1989
... Cork Hibs beat Shels in the replay of the 1973 FAI Cup Final in Flower Lodge-the only time the final was ever played outside Dublin while Shelbourne were eliminted from the UEFA Cup by Hungarians Vasas SC in what ... Two years later Shels were shocked in the Cup final by amateurs Home Farm ... In 1984, Shels lost out to Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup semi-final replay ...
2007 Shelbourne F.C. Season - Season Overview
... Darren McKenna's dramatic late equaliser in that game secured a point for Shels giving the Tolka Park side much optimism for the season ahead ... Shels next two games against the much fancied promotion favourites Finn Harps and Dundalk brought the young Shels side back to earth with two defeats, including conceding a last minute equaliser to Harps ... a frustrating 1-1 draw against 10 man Kilkenny City at Buckley Park, Shels first victory of the season arrived 5 games in against Athlone Town at Tolka Park courtesy ...
Brian Flood
... of September 1989 and scored the goal that wrapped up Shels first league title for thirty years when the title was secured in Dundalk in 1992 ... Flood performed heroically and helped Shels secure a 1-1 draw and returned to his usual outfield role for the replay which Shels won 2-1 ...
Gerry Doyle
... Doyle managed Shels from the end of the 1956/57 season, having taken over from Eddie Gannon, to October 1965 ... He managed Shels again from the start of the 1967/68 season to September 1975 and was succeeded by Tommy Carroll ... Doyle's first spell as Shels manager was a successful one ...