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  • Wednesday November 22nd, 2006 @ 10:22

Where Are They Now?

We take a look back at the team who played in the 2003 Carlsberg FAI Cup Final at Lansdowne Road.

From the 14 players that featured in the match that day, only four remain at the Club, while only one may play in this year's final, Saints captain, Colm Foley.

Keith Fahey is cup-tied for the game, while Darragh Maguire has an anxious wait to find out if his red-card from the Longford match will result in a suspension.

The legendary Paul Osam has since hung up his boots and now takes charge of the Under 21 team.

St Patrick's Athletic vs Longford Town
2003 FAI Cup Final

Eamonn Collins (Assitant Manager at Shelbourne)
Martin Russell (Coach at UCD)

Chris Adamson (Sheffield Wednesday)
Barry Prenderville (Cherry Orchard)
Darragh Maguire (St Pat's)
Colm Foley (St Pat's)
Clive Delaney (Derry City)
Keith Dunne (Dundalk)
Keith Fahey (Drogheda United, St Pat's)
Davy Byrne (Longford Town)
Paul Osam (U'21 Manager)
Gary McPhee (Nuneaton Borough)
Tony Bird (Haverfordwest County)

Subs:
Keith Foy (Sligo Rovers)
Paul Donnelly (Kilkenny City)
David Freeman (Longford Town)

For the match report click here

Next Fixture

Waterford / April 19th @ 7:45pm
Competition: League
Venue: Richmond Park
 
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Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' are the current FAI Cup holders and play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.

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