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Another Irish International Is Heading For The League Of Ireland

Another Irish International Is Heading For The League Of Ireland
By Conor Neville Updated

Drogheda United are sitting in eighth place in the Premier Division, probably unlikely to go down but heading for a drearily unspectacular mid-table finish at best.

Their supporters received a pick-me-up tonight with the news that former Irish international Keith Treacy, who was part of the Burnley squad that climbed into the Premier League in the 2013-14 season, has signed for the club.

The news was broken on Soccer Republic tonight by Darragh Maloney. At 26, Treacy is presumably not looking to wind down his career in a familiar location.

He earned six Irish caps in 2010 and 2011, featuring in a number of friendlies against the likes of Argentina and Croatia and starring in the 5-0 hammering of Norn Iron in the sadly unloved 2011 Celtic Nations Cup (only Ireland's second trophy in senior international football)...

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