Tony Grant (Irish footballer)

Tony Grant (Irish Footballer)

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Tony Grant (Irish footballer)

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Tony Grant is an Irish professional footballer.

Career

Early years

Starting as a trainee with Leeds United, Grant signed for Preston North End in November 1995. He was loaned out to Glenavon, making a permanent move to the Lurgan club in January 1997; he scored the only goal in their Irish Cup final win over Cliftonville the same year.

League of Ireland

Grant signed for Shamrock Rovers in the summer of 2000 and scored on his debut for the club in August of that year. He was presented with the Player of the Year award at the end of his first season with the club. During his career with the "Hoops", he scored several decisive goals against rivals, Bohemians, including the only goal in Dalymount Park's centenary game and a back heeled winner in another 2001 derby, at Richmond Park. Grant scored the winning goal for Rovers in the 2003 UEFA Intertoto-Cup tie with Odra Wodzisław in Poland. He made a total of 6 appearances in European Competition for Shamrock Rovers.

On 24 February 2004, Bohemians announced the signing of Grant and James Keddy from Shamrock Rovers. The game finished 2–2 but was marked by a pig's head being thrown on to the pitch by Rovers supporters, in a gesture aimed at Grant in particular. The incident...
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