Sean O'Driscoll

Sean O'Driscoll

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Sean O'Driscoll

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Sean Michael O'Driscoll (born 1 July 1957) is an English-Irish football manager and former player. He is currently the manager of Doncaster Rovers. He joined Doncaster in September 2006 following David Penney's departure. He was previously manager at Bournemouth. Known for being a very quiet, private man, he adopted the ironic nickname "Noisy" in his playing days at Fulham. He represented the Republic of Ireland as a player.

Career

As a player, O'Driscoll was a midfielder for Fulham (1979–84) and Bournemouth (1984–95). He also won three caps for the Republic of Ireland. When he retired in 1995, he had played a club-record 423 league games for Bournemouth (the record has since been broken by Steve Fletcher), and subsequently joined the club's coaching staff. In August 2000, he was appointed manager, and despite limited financial resources, achieved good results, including promotion via the Third Division play-offs in the 2002–03 season.

In 2006, after 22 years at Dean Court, he left the club to become manager at .

He made a rather steady start to his career at Belle Vue, including many draws. Notable events early in his career with Doncaster include a 4–0 victory away at , winning the manager of the month award for January 2007, and also overseeing Rovers' 3–2 success over in the Football League Trophy final in 2007. This success meant that O'Driscoll had achieved the rare feat of managing two different teams to victory at the Millennium Stadium.

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