Jason O'Connor

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Start Date: March 24, 2020, 10:17 p.m.


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Jason is a former schoolboy international footballer, who played professionally with Peterborough United in the UK and in the League of Ireland with Limerick. He has been coached by Billy Hamilton (Northern Ireland World Cup player 1982) and Sam Allardyce (Bolton, Sunderland & Newcastle manager) at Limerick, Chris Turner RIP (Peterborough United manager who took the team to the Championship in the 90s through successive promotions) and Mark Lawrenson (former Liverpool and Ireland player, and former Peterboro manager).

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Treaty United looking to avoid second season syndrome

Wed, Jan 12 2022

As pre-season begins and fans of the Greatest League in the World start to get excited about what lies in store for their clubs, Treaty United supporters may just fear a dose of second season syndrome.

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Opinion: Who'd be a manager?

Sat, Feb 20 2021

Success in supporter’s eyes is winning cups and league championships, and if a team doesn’t deliver consistently it is normally the fault of the manager, the middle man in the chain.

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Opinion: Sustainability has long eluded football in Limerick but it's the key to long-term success in the Treaty City

Sun, Feb 14 2021

History has proven to generations of locals that sustainability is the one thing that has eluded those who have attempted to provide a lasting football environment in the Treaty City.

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Opinion: Tommy Barrett has his work cut out - to gain public support Treaty Utd need to field local players

Sun, Feb 07 2021

A city synonymous with the league of Ireland since 1937, albeit under different names and entities, has provided plenty highs and lows for supporters to enjoy and lament.

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Jason O'Connor: It takes a special type of person to become that special type of player, the striker

Tue, Mar 24 2020

If you see a young player celebrating scoring a goal, encourage it, because you just might have a future Gary Lineker, Niall Quinn or even Robbie Keane in your ranks.

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