Age: 41 years, 5 months
Place of Birth: Sligo
Height: 5' 9"
Conor began his career at Sligo Rovers in 1997 and he spent three seasons at Sligo before signing for Cork City in the 2000/01 season. He stayed at Turner's Cross for three seasons and scored six league goals in 65 league appearances.
In 2004 Conor signed for Derry City, before returning for a second spell at Sligo Rovers in 2005. He made 58 league appearances in his first two seasons back at the Showgrounds, culminating in promotion from the First Division at the end of 2006.
Shortly after the appointment of new manager, Rob McDonald, in November 2006 Conor was released having refused the offer of a full time contract due to work commitments. But in February 2007 the matter was resolved and he agreed to sign for the "Bit O'Red" as the only part-timer in the squad for the 2007 season.
Conor remained central to Sligo's midfield over the next four seasons. He missed out on the club's FAI Cup final appearance in 2009 but picked up a winners medal in 2010 when Sligo beat Shamrock Rovers on penalties in the final.
In January of 2011 Conor signed for Finn Harps. He made his debut for Harps in a 2-2 draw with Limerick FC on the opening night of the season and made 10 league appearances before being released by the club on 18 June 2011.
In late July 2012 Conor moved north of the border, signing for Irish League side Ballinamallard United.