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Profile: Barry Conlon

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 23/03/2009

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Barry Conlon
Barry Conlon
Squad Number:24
Height:6.03
Weight:14.00
Date of birth:01/10/1978
Place of birth:Dublin
Position:Forward
Nationality:Irish
Transfer Fee:Loan
Signed:20/03/2009
Previous Clubs:Bradford
Mansfield
Darlington
Rotherham (l)
Barnsley
Colchester (l)
York
Southend
Plymouth (l)
Man City
Fishy Verdict:Bradford’s number 9 has bagged 11 goals so far this season all but one in the league. The 14 stone striker has travelled somewhat in a sort of Trevor Benjamin omage managing to play for 12 clubs 13 including Grimsby starting in 1996 at QPR Conlon joined Man City playing just one game from the start, his most successful spell at a club would be considered to be Darlington where after 114 starts in the league the striker bagged 39 goals in a period spanning 2001 to 2004.

Barry Conlon 2008-2009 Games
DateOppositionMinutesGoalsCardSub
21/03/2009Gillingham901NoneNo
29/03/2009Aldershot901NoneNo
04/04/2009Shrewsbury901NoneNo
11/04/2009Accrington900NoneNo
13/04/2009Notts Co900NoneNo
18/04/2009Port Vale902NoneNo
25/04/2009Bournemouth760NoneNo
02/05/2009Macclesfield670NoneNo
TotalGames: 868350Y 0R0

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