Eoin Doyle


Player Profile

Age: 33 years, 7 months

Place of Birth: Dublin

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Forward

Height: 6' 0"

Club History


Start DateEnd DateTeam
Jul 2020 Present Bolton Wanderers
Jan 2020 Jul 2020 Swindon Town
Aug 2019 Jan 2020 Swindon Town  (Loan)
Aug 2018 Jan 2020 Bradford City
Jan 2018 May 2018 Oldham Athletic  (Loan)
Sep 2017 Jan 2018 Oldham Athletic  (Loan)
Jan 2017 May 2017 Portsmouth  (Loan)
Jul 2016 Aug 2018 Preston North End
Sep 2015 May 2016 Preston North End  (Loan)
Feb 2015 Jul 2016 Cardiff City
Jul 2013 Feb 2015 Chesterfield
Dec 2011 May 2013 Hibernian
Jul 2009 Dec 2011 Sligo Rovers
Jan 2007 Jul 2009 Shamrock Rovers
Aug 2002 Jan 2007 Crumlin United
Jul 2001 Aug 2002 Cherry Orchard


Start DateEnd DateTeam

Eoin played under-age football with Shelbourne, Cherry Orchard and Crumlin United, before signing for Dermot Keely at Shelbourne in 2007. It was a turbulent time for the club, having been relegated to the First Division for financial irregularities and having seen their League title winning side of the previous season decimated.

Eoin's time at Tolka Park was brief and unsuccessful and, without having made a league appearance, he moved to Shamrock Rovers midway through the 2007 season. He made his league debut for the Hoops against Waterford United on 10th August 2007 and went on to make 32 league appearances and score five goals over the following two years.

With appearances restricted under new boss Michael O'Neill, Eoin signed for Sligo Rovers in July 2009. He made a goal-scoring debut for the Bit O' Red in a 2-0 home win over St Patrick's Athletic on 26th July and scored three goals in 15 league appearances over the remainder of the season, also scoring in that years FAI Cup final as Sligo lost 2-1 to Sporting Fingal at Tallaght Stadium.

In 2010 Eoin made a further 35 league appearances, scoring six goals, and won his first FAI Cup winners medal as Sligo defeated Shamrock Rovers in a penalty shootout at the Aviva Stadium. 2011 was Eoin's best season to date as he scored 20 league goals in 34 appearances, and he also picked up a second FAI Cup winners medal as Sligo overcame Shelbourne in the final after yet another penalty shootout.

In December 2011 Eoin signed for Pat Fenlon at Scottish Premier League side Hibernian.

In July 2020 Eoin signed with Bolton Wanderers.

Photo by Michael Melly

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