Mark Rooney

Mark Rooney


Mark Rooney

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Mark Rooney (born 13 December 1983 in Dublin, Republic of Ireland) is an Irish footballer who is currently unattached. Rooney plays as a striker.

Rooney is the elder brother of Adam Rooney, currently with Championship team Birmingham City.


Rooney began his senior career at Dublin City before joining UCD in 2003 where he broke into the Student's first team. Rooney only stayed at Belfield Park for one season before joining his former manager at UCD, Paul Doolin at Drogheda United in 2004. Mark became a regular member of the Drogs' squad and delivered many impressive performances. Rooney lost form and confidence during the 2005 season for Drogheda only scoring one league goal in 22 appearances. Despite a difficult season for him personally, Mark was part of the Drogheda United squad that won the 2005 FAI Cup after beating Cork City in the final on 4 December 2005 at Lansdowne Road. Mark was released by United during the close season and he joined Dublin City for the 2006 season. Dublin City went out of existence in July 2006 leaving Mark as a free agent. He would soon later join St. Patrick's Athletic for the remainder of the 2006 season. After struggling to become a regular in the Pat's squad for the 2007 season, Rooney departed the Inchicore side in...
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