Kenny Cunningham

Kenny Cunningham

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Kenny Cunningham

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Kenneth Edward "Kenny" Cunningham (born 28 June 1971 in Dublin) is an Irish former footballer who played as a defender. He played international football for the Republic of Ireland until his retirement in 2005. He spent his entire professional club career, from 1989 to 2007, in England, making more than 500 appearances in the Football League and Premier League playing for Millwall, Wimbledon, Birmingham City and Sunderland.

After retirement as a player, he worked as a pundit for RTÉ Sport and on the coaching staff at English non-League club Nuneaton Town.

Early life and career

Cunningham was born in Dublin. He attended O'Connell's Boys primary school and St. Vincent's C.B.S. secondary school in the Glasnevin district. At school, he played more Gaelic football than soccer: he played for O'Connell's at Croke Park alongside future Gaelic star Dessie Farrell in a schools' final, and played for Na Fianna and Dublin Minors.Faller, Gráinne (13 May 2008). (reprint). Irish Times (FAI Schools). Retrieved 17 July 2010.Doyle, Garry (21 April 2005). (reprint). Daily Mirror (The Free Library). Retrieved 17 July 2010. At association football, he played for the Home Farm club from under-9s to under-17s, before moving on to amateur club Tolka Rovers.Quinn, Philip (5 September 2002). . Irish Independent. Retrieved 17 July 2010.


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